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South Side Sox Podcast s22e32 — Building off of a San Francisco sweep

South Side Sox Podcast s22e32 — Building off of a San Francisco sweep

Chrystal O’Keefe and Jacki Krestel join Brett Ballantini to discuss a great weekend for the White Sox, and how it could affect their season trajectory Tireless San Francisco sweep weekend SSS writers Chrystal O’Keefe and Jacki Krestel hopped on for our special Independence Day podcast — which turned out to be anything but. More on that in a bit. The trio chatted on the many highlights from the weekend, concerns going forward, and a little bit about what it means to be a reader of this site. Let’s proceed: Post-sweep, what if anything looks different about this team? Is...
Chicago White Sox begin a ‘critical stretch’ vs. AL Central opponents tonight. Here’s what to look for in each series.

Chicago White Sox begin a ‘critical stretch’ vs. AL Central opponents tonight. Here’s what to look for in each series.

The Chicago White Sox begin a stretch of 15 games in 14 days vs. American League Central teams when the Minnesota Twins visit Guaranteed Rate Field on Monday.
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Today in White Sox History: July 4

Today in White Sox History: July 4

After a nondescript playing career, Lena Blackburne didn’t distinguish himself much as White Sox manager, either. But after he was fired from the White Sox, his fortunes soared. | Chicago Sun-Times/Chicago Daily News collection/Chicago History Museum/ New coaches, new managers — even new scoreboards! 1928 With the White Sox floundering at 32-42, but more importantly after squabbling with owner Charles Comiskey over his salary, Ray Schalk resigned as White Sox manager. Lena Blackburne took over and managed at a .500 clip for the rest of the season, spurring the team...
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White Sox Minor League Update: July 3

White Sox Minor League Update: July 3

Eloy Jiménez did not let the look of these uniforms prevent him from his second homer of his rehab stint. | Laura Wolff/Charlotte Knights Eloy Jiménez hits a homer in the Knights win, does anything else mean as much as that? It was John Parke Day, and his start covered a normal number of innings, though it was just five it was much better than normal. He only allowed three runs, including a two-run homer. The big news though, was another homer: Eloy Jiménez’s! JUMP FOR JOY, ELOY! @The_bigbaby74 goes YARD! pic.twitter.com/oFn57aTjCv— Charlotte Knights...
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Chicken Soup for the South Sider’s Soul: White Sox 13, Giants 4

Chicken Soup for the South Sider’s Soul: White Sox 13, Giants 4

Fun is winning. Winning is fun. | Thearon W. Henderson/ Wake up, babe — Lucas Giolito is back! The Chicago White Sox took care of business in a big way today, capping off a six-game west coast swing by sweeping the San Francisco Giants in a 13-4 victory in the finale. This game was medicine. It was balm. It was chicken soup for the South Sider’s soul. Sure, it was Lucas Giolito versus whoever the Giants could find in their bullpen, but we’ve seen it happen too often that the White Sox find new and innovative ways to lose games that they should have won without...