1. Chicago White Sox Community Roundtable: Week Nine

    1. Let's start easy: Who has been the biggest reason for the White Sox's enormous offensive turnaround? Do you think Ozzie's rant had anything to do with it? Patrick Nolan: No. Very no...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 395 reads 2 comments

  2. That Crow Tastes Really Good: Sox Sweep Twins, Finish Homestand with 61 Runs

    Hey, remember when White Sox fans were worried sick about the offense? Remember when the Sox lost three out of four to Tampa Bay and were less likely to score than a geeky high schooler ...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 577 reads 13 comments

  3. White Sox 11, Twins 2: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good The offenseThe White Sox’s aggressive approach worked wonders once again as the Sox plated seven runs off Twins’ starter Livan Hernandez, knocking ...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 457 reads 5 comments

  4. White Sox 10, Twins 6: The Good, Bad, And Indifferent

    Box Score Good Joe Crede Before I go into the offense, let me just give special attention to Crede, who had a heck of a day at the plate...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 408 reads 4 comments

  5. White Sox 9, Royals 5: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good The offense Ah, that's more like it. The Sox plated eight runs today, one less than they had in the entire four-game series in Tampa Bay...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 560 reads 4 comments

  6. Chicago White Sox Community Roundtable: Week 8

    1. It was put to me by another Sox fan, the other day, that the offense is a "ticking time bomb." They've scored one or fewer runs in 12 games this year and have been the reason the ...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 439 reads 2 comments

  7. Dear America: Give Hockey a Chance

    I currently am 19 years old. For the first 18 years of my life, professional hockey was an afterthought. Blame Bill Wirtz all you want, but when I watched my hometown Blackhawks, I just wasn't interested...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 496 reads 29 comments

  8. Chicago White Sox: Offense Continues to Keep South Siders Down

    Twelve. With their 2-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays May 31, the Chicago White Sox have scored one or fewer runs a staggering 12 times this year. Half of those have been shutouts. This team cannot use the "well, we faced good pitching" excuse...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 816 reads 0 comments

  9. Rays 2, White Sox 1: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Alexei Ramirez Ozzie Guillen mentioned yesterday that the thing he was most concerned about was Ramirez's defense at second base, as he was a shortstop his entire career in Cuba...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 311 reads 4 comments

  10. White Sox 5, Rays 1: the Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good John Danks Danks sparkled in his six innings of work, allowing just one run on six hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts. He threw a lot of pitches—102—but 73 of them were strikes...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 622 reads 3 comments

  11. The Fallacy of MLB All-Star Game Voting

    This week, MLB.com released the current All-Star vote leaders for the American League and National League. The National League seems to be right on in terms of vote leaders...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 4,237 reads 56 comments

  12. White Sox 6, Indians 5: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Octavio Dotel After a leadoff walk to Grady Sizemore, Dotel retired Jamey Carroll, Ben Francisco, and Victor Martinez in order to shut down the Indians in the seventh and keep the Sox ahead by a run...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 329 reads 6 comments

  13. Why Paul Konerko Needs to Go on the Disabled List

    It's no secret that Paul Konerko is playing hurt—and pitchers have taken note. Konerko has been playing with a bone bruise on his right hand for most of the 2008 season, and it has seriously affected his play...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 710 reads 3 comments

  14. White Sox 6, Indians 3: the Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Orlando Cabrera With four hits in tonight's ballgame, Cabrera continued to see his batting average rise after bottoming out below .220 a few weeks ago...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 543 reads 1 comments

  15. Angels-White Sox Series: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    5/23: Angels 3, White Sox 1 5/24: Angels 2, White Sox 0 5/25: White Sox 3, Angels 2 Good Starting Pitching Gavin Floyd, John Danks, and Jose Contreras all turned in solid ...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about 6 years ago 568 reads 2 comments

  16. White Sox 3, Indians 1: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Mark Buehrle Although he didn't have his best command, Buehrle pitched well in his seven innings of work, allowing just one run on two hits, four walks, and two strikeouts...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 339 reads 5 comments

  17. White Sox 7, Indians 2: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Jermaine Dye It was apparent through Dye's first two at-bats that Indians' starter Paul Byrd did not want to pitch to him, hitting him in the first and walking him in the fourth...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 339 reads 1 comments

  18. Chicago White Sox Community Roundtable: Week Seven

    1. With the sweep of San Francisco, the White Sox finished this ten-game road trip with a 7-3 record. Is that about what you expected or was it better? Aaron Rusnak: I wouldn't say it's what I expected, but it's what I hoped for...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 547 reads 0 comments

  19. White Sox 3, Giants 1: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Mark Buehrle I suppose it isn't all that difficult to look good against the Giants, but Buehrle's outing today was nonetheless pretty solid. Buehrle allowed just one run over 6...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 478 reads 6 comments

  20. White Sox 2, Giants 0: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Alexei Ramirez With Juan Uribe nursing a tight hamstring, Ramirez got the start at second today and broke a 0-0 tie in the top of the seventh with a two-run home run, the first of his major league career...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 413 reads 0 comments

  21. Chicago White Sox Community Roundtable: Week Six

    1. The last week was somewhat of a rollercoaster, starting with the loss to Toronto, Gavin's near no-no, the shellacking by Minnesota, three wins in a row, and then the loss Sunday to the Mariners...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 753 reads 5 comments

  22. Mariners 6, White Sox 3: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Nick MassetMasset replaced a struggling Gavin Floyd in the fourth inning and threw 2.1 excellent innings of work, not allowing a run or hit with two walks and two strikeouts.Really, Masset has done everything asked of him this year...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 504 reads 2 comments

  23. White Sox 4, Mariners 2: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Jose ContrerasContreras turned in yet another solid outing, going seven strong innings and allowing just one run while alllowing six hits, two walks, and striking out four...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 449 reads 4 comments

  24. White Sox 6, Twins 2: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Good Jermaine Dye Dye led the fifth inning off with a long solo home run to left, his third consecutive game with a round-tripper...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 425 reads 4 comments

  25. Twins 13, White Sox 1: The Good, Bad, and Indifferent

    Box Score Congratulations to Carlos Gomez on hitting for the cycle! Good Mike DowneyThis whole "blowup doll" scandal is quite possibly one of the most ridiculous things I have ever read...

    JJ S Written by JJ S about over 6 years ago 547 reads 1 comments