1. Mark Buehrle Leads a Banner Day for the Chicago White Sox

    Things couldn't have gone much better for the White Sox this afternoon. Not only did their win push them into a tie for first place with the Tigers, but Mark Buehrle made some history...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 54 reads 1 comments

  2. In My Opinion, White Sox Are Unlikely to Make a Major Acquisition

    With the trade deadline approaching, speculation about potential blockbuster deals is on the rise. The Sox seem to be in a position to be a buyer. They're only two games out of first place in the AL Central despite inconsistent play for much of the year..

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 101 reads 1 comments

  3. Tips To Save Money on Your Trip to US Cellular Field

    I thoroughly enjoy trips to "The Cell" and have been to plenty of Sox games in my life. However, it can get extremely pricey. Ticket prices keep going up, parking isn't cheap, and the food options can be expensive...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 3,637 reads 0 comments

  4. White Sox Top-10 Bust Prospects of the Last 20 Years

    Every avid baseball fan has been a little too excited about a baseball prospect at some point in time. We embrace their solid performance at the lower levels or some flashes in spring training because it gives us hope for the future...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 450 reads 3 comments

  5. Jermaine Dye Should Be in Tonight's All-Star Game

    I'm normally not one to complain about All-Star game selections. It's a game that doesn't really matter in the long run unless you are one of the two teams in the World Series...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 102 reads 1 comments

  6. Baseball at the Metrodome Coming to an End, Chicago White Sox Fans Rejoice

    Sox fans dread the annual trips to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. Bad things seem to happen to the Palehose on a regular basis in that building. Well-hit fly balls that would be well out of the park in Chicago fail to reach the seats...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 157 reads 1 comments

  7. Does Ozzie Guillen Know That Aaron Poreda Is in the Majors?

    Aaron Poreda is a talented young pitcher. The big lefty was ranked among the top 100 prospects by numerous publications entering the year and can hit the high 90s on the radar gun...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 254 reads 1 comments

  8. Roy Halladay to the White Sox?

    Peter Gammons was on ESPN 1000 with Waddle and Silvy today, and the possibility of Roy Halladay to the Sox was a major topic. Blue Jay's GM J.P...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 969 reads 0 comments

  9. Chicago White Sox Future: Taking a Guess at Kenny's Three-Year Board, Part Two

    In the first part of this article, I covered what the Sox are likely to do with their position players over the next few years. In Part Two, it's the pitching's turn...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 162 reads 2 comments

  10. White Sox Future: Taking a Guess at Kenny's Three-Year Board, Part One

    Those of you that follow the Sox closely may have heard the reference to the "three-year board" before. General Manager Kenny Williams has mentioned in the past that he has a board ...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 264 reads 3 comments

  11. A Too Early College Basketball Top-10 Analysis

    Yes, I realize that it's still only June and that the NBA draft just wrapped up. I don't care, I love college basketball and can't wait for the season to get started again...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 924 reads 8 comments

  12. The Chicago White Sox's Pitching Gives Reason To Be Cautiously Optimistic

    There are plenty of things to be worried about with the White Sox. The defense has been brutal of late and the offense is horribly inconsistent. However, the pitching has been a bright spot and has played a major role in keeping the team competitive...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 145 reads 0 comments

  13. 2010 NBA Draft Preview: An Early Look

    The 2009 NBA draft pool may have been short on potential impact players, but at this early stage things are looking better for 2010...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 97 reads 0 comments

  14. 2009 NBA Draft: Grading The First Round Picks

    Now that the 2009 NBA draft is in the books, it's time to figure out which teams helped themselves and which teams will likely be back in the lottery next year...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 2,565 reads 17 comments

  15. Five Questions the Bulls Need To Answer This Off-Season

    Though the Bulls' season ended in an exciting series against the Celtics, things weren't always that good. Their defense was poor, their rebounding was at times abysmal, and their offense was streaky...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about over 5 years ago 408 reads 2 comments

  16. 2009 Spring Training: Chicago White Sox Projected Lineup

    Over the last several seasons, the White Sox have had an abundance of power. Their lowest finish in total homers since 2001 was sixth, and they've lead the league in home runs three times in the last five years...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about almost 6 years ago 1,777 reads 5 comments

  17. 2009 Chicago White Sox Spring Training Overview

    Going into the 2008 season, the common belief was that my beloved White Sox would finish in fourth place in the AL Central. The general consensus was that the aging offense was in decline and that the rotation had too many question marks...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about almost 6 years ago 248 reads 2 comments

  18. Strategies for Building a Successful Fantasy Baseball Team

    Anyone that has played fantasy sports before knows that the first, and usually most important, step in building a successful team is emerging from the draft with a solid and balanced team...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about almost 6 years ago 3,226 reads 10 comments

  19. 2009 NBA Draft Preview: Blake Griffin Leads the Way

    The 2008 draft was full of promising players, many of which are already producing at a high level. Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook are trying to change the common belief that rookie point guards struggle to produce...

    Joe Slowik Written by Joe Slowik about almost 6 years ago 1,098 reads 8 comments