1. Chicago White Sox: A User's Guide to Holding off the Detroit Tigers

    For the first time since 2008, the city of Chicago gets to experience meaningful baseball in the month of September. And boy, it feels pretty good if you ask any White Sox fan...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about almost 2 years ago 879 reads 4 comments

  2. Chicago White Sox: Where Will Jake Peavy Pitch in 2013?

    To put it quite simply, Jake Peavy has had an interesting time with the Chicago White Sox . While he isn't Jamie Navarro, he's certainly no Jose Contreras. Nevertheless, the 2007 NL Cy Young Winner has had his ups and downs on the South Side...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about almost 2 years ago 1,072 reads 3 comments

  3. Chicago White Sox: 2012 September Call-Up's

    While the 2012 Chicago White Sox can be characterized as the come back kids of baseball, the team's success is also due in large part to some of GM Kenny Williams' roster moves over the past few months...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about almost 2 years ago 1,153 reads 0 comments

  4. Manager Robin Ventura's Impact on the 2012 Chicago White Sox

    When Robin Ventura was brought on to manage the Chicago White Sox in the offseason, many, including myself, thought that the 2012 campaign would be filled with headache after headache...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about almost 2 years ago 408 reads 1 comments

  5. Gordon Beckham: Why He Will Eventually Succeed

    Optimism is contagious. When a team like the Chicago White Sox is winning, it's hard for the feeling not to tingle. Breaking a lengthy streak of pessimistic columns, this column will hopefully leave sweeter remnants than my usual rants...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 1,025 reads 0 comments

  6. Chicago White Sox: A Fan's Take on Robin Ventura's Rookie Managerial Season

    As the 2012 season has passed its quarter mark, White Sox fans seem to learn a little bit more each day about their new skipper Robin Ventura. Entering May 21 with a 21-21 record, Ventura has experienced his ups and downs...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 210 reads 0 comments

  7. Jake Peavy Reminds Us That It's 2012, Not 2007

    Imagine this scenario. Your college professor assigns you a prompt for your final term paper. After slaving on the essay for countless hours, you feel accomplished and confident that you delivered a quality product...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 1,241 reads 20 comments

  8. Paul Konerko: The Fine Wine of First Basemen

    Paul Konerko is really good at playing baseball. This statement might not necessarily be profound or earth shattering, but when did I ever say I was Socrates? When it comes to Paulie, the man can plain stroke...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 1,536 reads 1 comments

  9. Chicago White Sox: Will the Real Alex Rios Please Stand Up?

    Seriously, will the real Alex Rios please stand up? No, this isn't a Slim Shady remix featuring underachieving, overpaid MLB players. Don't worry, Eminem. I'm not trying to steal your thunder...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 1,155 reads 12 comments

  10. Jake Peavy: Is the Chicago White Sox Pitcher's Success Here to Stay?

    If Jake Peavy was an insect, he would be a caterpillar-turned-butterfly-turned-caterpillar-turned butterfly. In the spirit of Earth Day, I just had to make a nature joke. But back to baseball...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 521 reads 1 comments

  11. NBA: A Champion's Praise to the Fantasy Basketball Gods

    The basketball gods have spoken. Needless to say, I'm singing their praises. There was jumping. There was singing. I've never worried about Ty Lawson recording three blocks in a quarter more in my life...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 634 reads 0 comments

  12. Paul Konerko: Will the Chicago White Sox Legend Play into His 40s?

    Riddle: What do Santa Claus and Paul Konerko have in common? Answer: They continue to thrive despite their increasing age. (Then again, does Old St...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 577 reads 3 comments

  13. Chicago White Sox: By the Numbers and by the Eye

    The Chicago White Sox currently boast the respectable mark of three wins and two losses. Yeah, I realize it's only five games. I'm not going to jump to any irrational conclusions At least, not yet...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about 2 years ago 652 reads 2 comments

  14. Chicago White Sox: Ozzie Will Always Be Ozzie

    Ozzie Guillen likes opening his mouth. For years, Chicago White Sox fans were entertained by the onslaught of his bizarre antics. Believe me, bizarre is an understatement...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 573 reads 4 comments

  15. Chicago White Sox Fans: MLB Opening Day 2012 Is Upon Us

    An exciting offseason for the Chicago White Sox was highlighted by the hiring of Robin Ventura for the managerial vacancy and the departure of a number of icons, including Mark Buehrle , Ozzie Guillen and Carlos Quentin...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 782 reads 0 comments

  16. John Danks vs Gavin Floyd: Which White Sox Hurler Holds More Value

    When it comes to starting pitching, everybody wants a porterhouse from Gibson's Steakhouse. Unfortunately for White Sox fans, we are stuck with a lesser cut of meat...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 576 reads 0 comments

  17. Chicago White Sox: Who's Going to Texas Come Opening Day?

    The White Sox currently entertain 51 guys in big league camp after last week's roster cuts. If I'm not mistaken, that number is bound to be sliced in half come Opening Day...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 1,867 reads 0 comments

  18. Chicago White Sox Spring Training: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    For any of you who have read my articles, I'm what you may call an optimist. While this may an exaggeration or an outright lie is up for debate, this piece will have happy elements...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 1,073 reads 10 comments

  19. 2012 MLB Predictions: AL Central Gold Glove Candidates

    The AL Central hasn't necessarily been the stomping grounds of baseball's best defenders over the years. Sure, Torii Hunter would go from one Midwest city to the next, robbing base hits and potential round trippers...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  20. Chicago White Sox: The Clash to Close and Battle for the Pen

    I've got some big news, White Sox fans. In light of the openings in the White Sox bullpen, I have decided to forgo my career in sports journalism to challenge the likes of Hector ...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 644 reads 4 comments

  21. Chicago White Sox: Is Chris Sale Ready to Break out in 2012?

    Chris Sale was drafted 13th overall in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft. Three months later in August, he was mowing down guys in the big leagues...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 589 reads 0 comments

  22. The Top 5 Bizarre Things to Happen at U.S Cellular Field

    Spring training is finally upon us, baseball fans. Whether or not the month of March marks the beginning of the end is a complete different question. Nonetheless, optimism is a prerequisite for spring time...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 958 reads 2 comments

  23. Chicago White Sox: What You Didn't Know About Shoeless Joe Jackson

    Shoeless Joe Jackson will forever be remembered for his "involvement" in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal where eight members of the team were banned from the game of baseball...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 1,421 reads 4 comments

  24. Chicago White Sox: Why Gavin Floyd Should Stay Put for the Time Being

    A 29-year-old pitcher with a lifetime record of 58-55 and 4.50 ERA is considered a commodity by most of the baseball world...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 511 reads 0 comments

  25. Fantasy Basketball Advice from a Self-Proclaimed NBA Expert

    Yeah, I'm that guy who spent $43 on Eric Gordon. But I'm also that guy who spent a combined $55 on Lamarcus Aldridge, Andrew Bynum and Tyson Chandler. Call me a genius. Call me lucky...

    Steven Kerstein Written by Steven Kerstein about over 2 years ago 607 reads 0 comments