11:29 AM EDT, Wed October 05, 2022
South Side Sox 11 hours ago
White Sox 8, Twins 3: Andrus’ blast puts game away

White Sox 8, Twins 3: Andrus’ blast puts game away

Going deep: Elvis Andrus hit a three-run homer to cap off the South Siders’ second four-run inning of the game. | Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports Lucas Giolito finishes his season with an excellent start The White Sox (81-80) used a pair of four-run innings to defeat the Twins (77-84) for the second time in as many days. The game got off to an ominous start, when Luis Arráez hit a routine chopper to first, but José Abreu made an uncharacteristic fielding error. As a result, Arráez made it to first despite dealing with a hamstring injury that caused him to limp all...
South Side Sox 11 hours ago
Six Pack of Stats: White Sox 8, Twins 3

Six Pack of Stats: White Sox 8, Twins 3

@FanGraphs Where has this team been all season? On Wednesday, the White Sox and Twins played their second-to-last game before heading off to their desired vacation spots. With an afternoon game tomorrow, I imagine bags are packed so they can head straight to the airport. This is my final Six Pack of Stats for the season, so I’m grateful for all of you that stuck with me, even if you just wanted to vote in a poll. This season has been nothing short of abysmal, but hopefully reading our silly little articles helped you find a little joy this season. That’s enough...
As José Abreu nears free agency, is his time with the Chicago White Sox running out? ‘I don’t like goodbyes,’ the veteran 1B says.

As José Abreu nears free agency, is his time with the Chicago White Sox running out? ‘I don’t like goodbyes,’ the veteran 1B says.

José Abreu thanked Chicago White Sox fans as he approaches free agency: "These were a special nine years and I hope that there can be more."
Column: 4 thoughts on Tony La Russa’s exit from the Chicago White Sox — including why the media will miss him even if he won’t miss the media

Column: 4 thoughts on Tony La Russa’s exit from the Chicago White Sox — including why the media will miss him even if he won’t miss the media

Tony La Russa’s stubborn refusal to admit when he was wrong was part of the reason the Chicago White Sox manager was so much fun to cover.
Column: Chicago White Sox front office needs some self-reflection — and new referrals — before hiring their next manager

Column: Chicago White Sox front office needs some self-reflection — and new referrals — before hiring their next manager

After manager Tony La Russa's departure, the Chicago White Sox brass should look within before launching their search for a new manager.