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Sox have small window to right past wrongs

Watching Scott Podsednik and Juan Pierre contribute RBI singles in the White Sox's 4-3 victory over Kansas City on Tuesday reminded me that it had bee [...]
Catching up with Britt Burns

Catching up with Britt Burns

TROY, N.Y. -- When the White Sox fell to 16-24 with a 6-5 loss to the Los Angeles Angels, many people pointed out -- most with tongue planted firmly i [...]

Are the White Sox in their own league?

The White Sox were one extremely well-timed Alex Rios home run away from extending their winning streak to 12 games, as well as making the entire Sout [...]

Saturday's minor league roundup

While I was working all day, the White Sox won their 11th in a row.  So feel free to bask in that glory. Also, make sure to check out below the jump f [...]
Zambrano's second Sox meltdown inferior to first

Zambrano's second Sox meltdown inferior to first

In the process of extending their winning streak to 10 games for the first time since 1976, the White Sox may have played a part in ending Carlos Zamb [...]
Suddenly, White Sox are sweeping giants

Suddenly, White Sox are sweeping giants

When the Sox rattled off six straight wins against the dregs of the National League, it was prudent to approach it with cautious enthusiasm. They didn [...]

First impressions: Brent Morel

Before Wednesday night, the only time I saw Brent Morel play a full game was in the Arizona Fall League championship game.  That day, he didn't get on [...]

To the mobile scouting truck!

Weather permitting, I'm planning to drive to Syracuse tonight to catch the Charlotte Knights in action.  I'm planning to use most of my video attentio [...]

White Sox reach .500 … now what?

The Chicago White Sox entered June with big aspirations and a big homestand, only to lose two of three series, including yet another one to the lowly [...]
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