1. Ryan Braun Wins NL MVP: So What Team You're on Decides Your Value?

    Arguing who is better between Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp and Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun is like arguing apples and oranges. Both players had amazing seasons...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about over 2 years ago 1,808 reads 8 comments

  2. Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler Swearing at the Bears Sideline Sunday Night (Video)

    It was one of those moments you say to yourself, "Did anyone else just hear that?" and call every single one of your friends and pray they can rewind their televisions...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 5,485 reads 16 comments

  3. Chicago White Sox: GM Kenny Williams Wants To Fire Himself?

    It can't be a good sign for an organization when the guy making the deals feels he should be demoted. That's apparently how it is for the Chicago White Sox ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 617 reads 8 comments

  4. Chicago White Sox: Would They Dare Call on Ryne Sandberg To Manage?

    Would the south side of Chicago do for Ryne Sandberg what the north side did not? Like an enemy with a sudden helping hand timed perfectly with when the persons' best friend stabs ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 1,121 reads 15 comments

  5. Ozzie Guillen's Days with the Chicago White Sox Numbered: What Does That Fix?

    So often the blame of an underachieving team settles on the shoulders of a manager, when in reality, there's nothing the manager could do but keep writing the same lineup and sending out the same five pitchers...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  6. Manny Being Manny Isn't Funny Anymore: Ramirez Arrested in Domestic Altercation

    The phrase "Manny being Manny" has been old to baseball fans outside what fools refer to as "the nation" in Boston and the numerous Los Angeles baseball "fans," who couldn't tell ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 844 reads 16 comments

  7. Chicago White Sox vs Detroit Tigers: It All Comes Down to This

    It's the all-too-familiar position for the Chicago White Sox in recent seasons. Thanks to being incredibly mediocre during the season, balancing a terrible start with a hot middle, ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 427 reads 9 comments

  8. A-Rod to Sign-Stealing: Talkin' Baseball with White Sox Prospect Cameron Bayne

    Cameron Bayne was drafted in the 13th round of the 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft by the Chicago White Sox . In 2010, Bayne sported a 3.60 ERA and a 1...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 761 reads 0 comments

  9. Chicago White Sox Caught Up in Blue Jays Sign-Stealing Controversy

    According to the Chicago Sun-Times , Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista has said a reliever from the Chicago White Sox bullpen threatened to hit him with a pitch last season after accusing the Blue Jays of stealing signs...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 831 reads 12 comments

  10. Chicago White Sox: The Phil Humber Experience Is Coming to an End

    There has not been a bigger surprise for the Chicago White Sox than Phil Humber. Okay, let's say there's been no bigger, positive surprise on the south side...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 351 reads 9 comments

  11. Chicago White Sox: Remind Me Again Why Dayan Viciedo Isn't Playing?

    It's like a broken record on repeat. It's as if every one knows the answer, except the Chicago White Sox front office. Even the injury gods have played into the hands of bringing up Dayan Viciedo...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 3 years ago 635 reads 8 comments

  12. Jim Thome's Quest for 600: Coverage Sums Up Everything Wrong With Sports Media

    Jim Thome isn't getting a documentary on HBO. He isn't getting a segment on ESPN every single hour. Every single one of his at-bats has not been shown on MLB TV or ESPN leading up to his milestone...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 1,505 reads 49 comments

  13. MLB Trades: Should the Chicago White Sox Bring Aramis Ramirez to the South Side?

    He's 33 years old, and the most movement you see out of him is when he's staring at home runs Wrigley Field's wind and baskets provide him. He has a strut that occasionally turns a double into a single...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 1,011 reads 31 comments

  14. Chicago White Sox: At What Point Is It Time to Give Up on Brent Morel?

    It's a horrendous black hole. A mere spec on the radar of any opposing pitcher when looking at the scouting report of the Chicago White Sox offense. A spot slowly becoming meaningless to the White Sox...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 1,287 reads 15 comments

  15. Adam Dunn: Frank Thomas Had Nearly the Same Struggles When Moving to DH

    Judging by the booing at U.S. Cellular field and the buzz every time Adam Dunn has two strikes on him, as if they are watching a car accident about to happen, Chicago White Sox fans seem to be well aware of Dunn's struggles...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 796 reads 0 comments

  16. Chicago White Sox: Could Paul Konerko Win MVP and Phil Humber Win Cy Young?

    Who in their right minds would have guessed that headline would make sense come June 22? What is even more frustrating for the Chicago White Sox is the fact the team is struggling even though the headline rings true...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 880 reads 17 comments

  17. Chicago White Sox: Something Has to Change at Third Base

    It would seem as though the Brent Morel experiment at third base for the Chicago White Sox can be dubbed a failure. Perhaps people listened far too much into White Sox announcer Ken "Hawk" Harrelson's exaggerations regarding Morel's defense...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 1,169 reads 13 comments

  18. Chicago White Sox: The Uselessness That Is Juan Pierre

    The baseball nerdling section of the Chicago White Sox faithful, who value numbers more than "grinderness," knew this day would come when the White Sox traded for Juan Pierre...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 660 reads 3 comments

  19. Chicago White Sox: Adam Dunn on Pace to Make Strikeout History

    Look up s trikeou t and a pic ture of Adam Dunn pops up... seriously, i t does . Dunn has s truck ou t 80 times in 54 games for the Chicago Whi te Sox this season...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 887 reads 2 comments

  20. Chicago White Sox Six-Man Rotation: Which Starter Should Be Sent to the Bullpen?

    It's a mixture of a bad bullpen and a few struggling starters for the Chicago White Sox six-man rotation that this question must be brought up. Unfortunately, there's no real positive answer to the question...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 479 reads 0 comments

  21. Chicago Bulls: Derrick Rose Is Not To Blame for a Series Loss to the Miami Heat

    Blame Derrick Rose ? Are you nuts? That's blasphemy in Chicago. Rose is struggling, but that is only because the entire Chicago Bulls team can't hit a jump shot...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 3,376 reads 167 comments

  22. Chicago White Sox Quarter-Season Crisis: Just How Bad Is Adam Dunn?

    He'll come around. He's hit at least 38 home runs in the last seven seasons and U.S. Cellular is a launch pad. At least his on-base percentage is kind of decent...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 896 reads 0 comments

  23. A Message to Albert Pujols and All Big-Named Free Agents: Beware Who You Hug

    Apparently, St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols can no longer hug someone without it being sprayed all over the sports stratosphere as some kind of news...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 436 reads 3 comments

  24. Francisco Liriano No-Hitter Says More About the Chicago White Sox Than Liriano

    Well, this was all that was missing from the bucket list of a dying offense. After being shut out three times on the season, scoring 28 runs in their previous 11 games, using Dan ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 3 years ago 707 reads 5 comments

  25. The Hits Just Keep on Not Comin': Who's to Blame for the White Sox Slow Start?

    "All In" is the Chicago White Sox motto for the 2011 season. Sitting dead last in the weak American League Central at 10-15 and having lost 11 of the team's last 14 games, perhaps the team should change that to "All In Too Deep...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about over 3 years ago 445 reads 6 comments