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South Side Sox 32 mins ago
Eloy Jiménez’s Odd Slump

Eloy Jiménez’s Odd Slump

Looking for that next gear for the White Sox offense? When Eloy Jiménez hits his stride, watch out. | Jonathan Daniel/ Looking for the White Sox offense to get back in gear? If the young slugger gets back up to speed and shakes off some bad luck, watch out. Ah, the peaks and valleys of baseball. The Chicago White Sox are quite familiar with the treacherous nature of this process. Despite holding a more than comfortable lead in the American League Central throughout most of the season, they’ve seen their fair share of individual ups and downs. As is usually the...
South Side Sox 6 hours ago
Sneak Preview of Coming Attractions: 2022 Guaranteed Rate Field Offerings

Sneak Preview of Coming Attractions: 2022 Guaranteed Rate Field Offerings

Get ready for sold-out crowds, thanks to these these genius marketing strategies. | Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via New statues? Safe zones? Tasty treats? We’ve got ’em all, six months before the new ballpark experiences go live. There are remarkable White Sox legends in our past, but the yet-unsung heroes of our distant past and present also deserve some recognition. With this exclusive preview of next year’s offerings, investigative reporter and voiceover artist Di Billick breaks the news on the ways the White Sox are working broaden the options for fans at the park...
South Side Sox 6 hours ago
Today in White Sox History: September 17

Today in White Sox History: September 17

It was a somewhat muted celebration during a somewhat muted season, but the White Sox clinched the playoffs one year ago today. | Jonathan Daniel/ Two playoff clinches, 37 years apart. 1971 The White Sox defeated the California Angels, 9-4, at Comiskey Park. An unusual event marked this game. All nine players in the White Sox lineup that night got one RBI — including pitcher Bart Johnson, who started, gave up eight hits, and struck out 12 in going the distance. 1983 Before a packed house at Comiskey Park, Harold Baines hit a sacrifice fly to drive in Julio Cruz with...
Column: The Chicago White Sox are handling Carlos Rodón with kid gloves — and for good reason with the playoffs looming

Column: The Chicago White Sox are handling Carlos Rodón with kid gloves — and for good reason with the playoffs looming

Carlos Rodón has started three games for the Chicago White Sox since returning from the injured list in late August and will get only two more before the postseason. How much rest does he need to be ready for the playoffs?
South Side Sox 14 hours ago
White Sox Minor League Update: September 16, 2021

White Sox Minor League Update: September 16, 2021

Blake Rutherford collected his 27th double and 50th and 51st RBI, but the Knights still lost by two Sox farm teams split a rainy night as Rutherford drives in two, Norge Vera extends his early-career success Box score link The Knights jumped out to a 6-0 lead after two and were supplied with one of Kade McClure’s best starts of the year, but blew this one late to the Durham Bulls, who clinched the Triple-A East championship with the win (the crown awarded based on winning percentage this year, which is why it...
South Side Sox 18 hours ago
Angels derail White Sox, 9-3

Angels derail White Sox, 9-3

Tough day on the mound: Reynaldo López hit a speed bump, as he struggled against the Angels. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ And it wasn’t nearly that close When a team goes behind 9-0 and only gets back a smidge closer because the other manager is kind enough to use a reliever who has no business in the major leagues anymore, you’d think it would be hard to find highlights... But, no! There were White Sox highlights! Lots of them. Well, okay, not many, but there was this: First @MLB career strikeout for Romy González! pic.twitter.com/wIggdQ1cy8— Chicago White Sox...
3 errors and 2 ejections lead to 1 ‘funky’ Chicago White Sox loss, a 9-3 defeat to the Los Angeles Angels: ‘They’re men, not machines’

3 errors and 2 ejections lead to 1 ‘funky’ Chicago White Sox loss, a 9-3 defeat to the Los Angeles Angels: ‘They’re men, not machines’

Reynaldo López allowed seven runs (six earned) on seven hits in four innings for the Chicago White Sox in a 9-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday at Guaranteed Rate Field. The Sox have lost three of their last four series.
South Side Sox 19 hours ago
Six Pack of Stats: Angels 9, White Sox 3

Six Pack of Stats: Angels 9, White Sox 3

Falling apart early: The Angels jumped out to a big lead and never looked back. | FanGraphs Play stupid games with the lineup, win stupid prizes in the box score Yeah, that sucked. Like the dek says—you can only expect so much when you look at the bottom half of the lineups the Sox are throwing out there. So before we get to that, I’m just gonna leave up this little heart-warmer from yesterday. The Kimbrel Kid meets Craig Kimbrel. It doesn't get much better than this! pic.twitter.com/obDdA56D7x— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) September 16, 2021 The...
Do you know a White Sox super fan? We want to hear about it.

Do you know a White Sox super fan? We want to hear about it.

Chicago Tribune would like to introduce our readers to Sox fans who have stuck with the team in the lean years and are celebrating the 2021 season in a special way.
South Side Sox Sep 16, 2021
Sharing Sox Podcast 53 — Ides of September Edition

Sharing Sox Podcast 53 — Ides of September Edition

White Sox couldn’t have an easier schedule if they drew it up themselves As the White Sox head into the final 18 games of the regular season, SSS duty geezer Leigh Allan and his son and west coast correspondent, Will, gaze into ye olde crystal ball and see an immediate future mostly full of teams that wouldn’t even be in the major leagues if relegation existed. That, of course, bodes well for the effort to gain home-field advantage in round one of the playoffs, especially since the Astros still have to face Oakland six times and Tampa Bay three. The conversation then...
South Side Sox Sep 16, 2021
Today in White Sox History: September 16

Today in White Sox History: September 16

And wouldn’t you just know it — it was a walk-off, too! Jim Thome collects a milestone homer. 2007 White Sox slugger Jim Thome joined an exclusive club when he hammered his 500th career home run in the ninth inning of a White Sox 9-7 win over the Angels at U.S. Cellular Field. Thome was playing in his 2,000th career game when he connected off Dustin Moseley for the win. The Sox trailed, 7-1, at one point before coming back. It was the first time that the 500th home run for a player was a walk-off winner. Jim would hit 134 home runs in a White Sox uniform.
Dallas Keuchel pitches his 1st quality start in 6 weeks for the Chicago White Sox, but they lose 3-2 to the Los Angeles Angels on a late home run

Dallas Keuchel pitches his 1st quality start in 6 weeks for the Chicago White Sox, but they lose 3-2 to the Los Angeles Angels on a late home run

Chicago White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel had his first quality start since Aug. 5, going six innings while receiving a no-decision in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. "Overall, (Wednesday) was one of the better-feeling starts I’ve had,” Keuchel said.
South Side Sox Sep 16, 2021
Angels Dust White Sox, 3-2

Angels Dust White Sox, 3-2

Yoán Moncada of the Chicago White Sox celebrates in the dugout after hitting a home run in the fourth inning against the Angels at Guaranteed Rate Field on Sept. 15, 2021. | Jamie Sabau/ Dallas Keuchel was better. Or was he? Of course. Suggest a game will be a pitchers’ duel and you end up with a 12-9 slugfest So, naturally, if you suggest a slugfest because of weak starting pitching, you get a pitchers’ duel. Or sort of one, anyway. Both starting pitchers were much better than expected, especially given the very low expectations. Angels rookie Janson Junk, making...
South Side Sox Sep 16, 2021
Six Pack of Stats: Angels 3, White Sox 2

Six Pack of Stats: Angels 3, White Sox 2

The White Sox must cash in on games like this if they want home-field advantage in the playoffs. | FanGraphs The magic number remains at seven It was a close game, but the White Sox struggled against the wave, and ultimately, the Angels. However, it wasn’t all that bad of a day for the league, or young fans everywhere. MLB celebrated the legacy of Roberto Clemente with special patches, and nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award donned the No. 21 for the day. Another special moment happened today with future White Sox pitcher Chase Boykin. The 10-year-old got to...
South Side Sox Sep 15, 2021
White Sox Minor League Update: September 15, 2021

White Sox Minor League Update: September 15, 2021

Diamond in the rough: The Knights only scored one run, but it came on a 475-foot homer by Micker Adolfo. | Laura Wolff (@laurawolffphoto)/Charlotte Knights At least Micker Adolfo hit one to South Carolina Offense was hard to come by in this matchup, so despite a strong effort from the pitching staff, the Knights fell short. The Bulls broke through in the top of the first inning against Knights starter Kyle Kubat. Josh Lowe drove in the first run of the game with a single, and an RBI ground out by catcher Rene Pinto made it...

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