A couple of crazy trades, a bit of streaking, a setback for the Ozzeroo, and brilliance from Buehrle.
Some incredible Opening Day moments — mostly victories — is today’s theme.
It’s Opening Day, 2005! And our diarist was there to witness the start of something great. She just doesn’t know it yet.
Bo Knows about eventual division championships.
The White Sox got started with a win — and we mean that literally.
The White Sox lost a good one, and won a big one.
Juan Uribe went 3-for-4 with an RBI double in the victory.
Nomar Mazara helped the White Sox snatch a victory from the jaws of defeat.
Frank Thomas was the first White Sox player to homer in a regular-season March game.
Three great transactions — and one that Slammed the Sox.
Joe Crede’s double gave the White Sox a lead that did not relinquish.
Some frank talk on the changes to baseball in 2020, and some celebratory recollections of the 2005 White Sox.
On the 15th anniversary of the triumphant 2005 season, we debut a season diary from one of our favorite voices.
A big trade, and three big hits dominate these two days.
Two runs were enough for the White Sox, as the wind was blowing in all afternoon at Jacobs Field.
A four-run seventh inning put the White Sox ahead for good.
It was a Thursday night massacre in the Armour Square Park League.
Just one run was good enough for another Opening Day win for the South Side’s favorite southpaw.
Today’s simulated Strat setback is summarized by the most sprightly of our season recappers.
Want to learn about the reckless abandon it takes to wade into masses of White Sox fans, or listen to BRUUUUUCE? We’ve got the Q&A for you.
Solid pitching from Brett Ballantini, a co-MVP day from Joe Resis and a rally-starting homer from Julie Brady paced the win.
While he’s going to have to start making a move up the prospect charts quickly, with a projectable body, plus power, and a focus on the intangibles, Dedelow still presents a case for optimism.
Out goes a future GM; in comes a spectacular one-hit wonder.
Live from Florida, it’s a deep dive into Owen Schoenfeld’s baseball bracketology, including sleepers for 2020 and some upset specials — most centering around the truncated season ahead.
The first day of spring marks the dawn of the White Sox — as well as a horrific injury to an all-time great.
With March Madness canceled and Major League Baseball on an indefinite hiatus, it’s time to try to fill the void by analyzing the 2020 season through a new lens
Go figure, there was a tiny media ripple on this day 41 years ago.
The Score producer and popular podcast personality weighs in on the 2020 White Sox, fan memories, and his beloved Illini.
Two stellar (and relatively late) additions to the club were smashing successes.
Want to play free baseball online? Unless you dig the longball, good luck.
While an older prospect, this Swiss army knife player has a bit of Danny Mendick in him.
The Baseball Palace of the World began construction 110 years ago today.
Looking for a starter with ridiculously high upside? Take a look at this 17-year-old.
The White Sox are protecting this promising righty, and for good reason.
Bill Veeck came back to the White Sox, saving the team from a move to Seattle.
How to sum up a baseball career? Wth a blank back.
Despite a big interruption to the regular schedule, SSHP will be providing plenty of content during the break.
Has a change in arm swing played a key role in Zack Burdi’s resurgence? He lets us know — and more — in an SSHP exclusive.
Want to know when to receive a free Buster Posey neck pillow? Circular beach towel … in Cleveland? Something called a … sleeveless hoodie? Tune in, and learn.
Returning from Tommy John surgery, Michael Kopech has a chance to be a real weapon for the Chicago White Sox during the 2020 season.
Let’s put it this way: Michael Kopech was on fire, and that was the most important development of the day.
The southpaw is another hunch that’s playing out wonderfully so far for the White Sox.
This “Wild Thing” had a tame — but killer — pro debut.
Bilous appears to have a promising future as a short man out the bullpen.
A ninth-inning rally tied it, behind — who else? — Yermín Mercedes.
His time to mash in the Majors has finally come.
This slick southpaw mastered every challenge thrown at him in 2019.
Mendoza cooled in the second half, but his bat is for real.
Two wins on Sunday for the White Sox, including a Camelback tilt filled with pitching highlights.
In our first weekly collection of White Sox dates, Michael Jordan and Sports Illustrated dominate.
Bill Veeck officially became the White Sox owner for the first time 61 years ago.
A valiant comeback falls short, making Saturday an (hopefully) forgettable game.
If Weaver can make better contact, speed will become an even bigger factor in his game.
Glass impressed with his pro cameo in 2019.
Welcome home, White Sox!
James Fox hops on to talk with Brett Ballantini about his latest scoop, breaking the Yoán Moncada contract extension, and lots of other spring training stuff.
The South Side’s most complete player is locked up for at least five more seasons.
Three superstar additions — two of them future Hall-of-Famers — with very different backgrounds joined the White Sox.
The White Sox used a varied attack to leave the Brewers all wet.
Doing a ballpark tour this summer? An obsessive collector of team giveaways? Simply like mocking the inanity of MLB promo departments? Here’s the guide you’ve been dying for.
The voice of NBC Sports baseball hops on with us to talk early Cactus League trends, including the darling of camp, Yermín Mercedes.
Some ups (Nicky Delmonico! Adam Engel!), some downs (Adalberto Mejía, Carson Fulmer) today — in other words, a typical spring game.
Some concentrated Yolmer Sánchez talk, as well as a bit of Sanders fan bio and our takes on how the Cactus League has progressed to date.
What else do you need to hear? We saw a solid four inning start from seafoam-green glove haver Dallas Keuchel, who gave up one run on six hits, striking out one and walking one. However, the White Sox fell to the San Diego Padres at Camelback Ranch on Monday afternoon, 3-1.
A wild, eight-run fourth inning was “all” the White So needed to secure a victory in this wild one.
Another weekend of on-site coverage from Sean Williams leads to more Cactus League talk on the podcast!
The offense surged, but the bullpen splatted, in this Cactus League heartbreaker.
Delgado, still very young, should get his first taste of full-season ball in 2020.
Comas’ aggressive move up the ladder stalled last year in Great Falls.
Two consummate red-ass managers descended on Chicago in 1968.
The Sox starters were flat, but once again Ricky’s comeback corps — the resilient bench — delivered a victory. Oh, and Yermín is crushing it this spring.
We’re talking spring training, how to be a White Sox fan, crosstown fans, and how wearing pants can generate run production for the offense.
Think the Astros cheating scandal is all in the past, or that their pitchers didn’t benefit from the chicanery? Think again.
Hot start: Adam Engel hit a three-run homer in today’s loss, boosting his way-too-early spring OPS to 1.140. (Sean Williams/South…
Offspeed mastery may be all that separates Battenfield from Triple-A — or the majors.
Maldonado’s varied skills have found him moving through the system with his bat yet untracked.
It is early, but the White Sox dropped the game they should have, and came back to win the starters-packed game they needed to.
Are you eager to partake in some base-ball rooting this summer? Not sure where to start? Simply Sox-curious? Our orientation packet is here to guide you through the first steps of your impending sickness.
Tatís had a short pro debut but should still see the States in 2020.
The White Sox rally in the ninth to tie, powered by Yermín Mercedes and Matt Skole.
The Bronx Bombers lifted Eddie Lopat off of the White Sox 72 years ago.
No White Sox farmhand jumped more levels in 2019 than Arobio.
The Triple-A beach ball kicked Kubat’s hiney just as it did everyone else. He’s still on track to steal a spot start on the South Side in 2020.
While much of the roster is pretty well set, the final bullpen spot is up for grabs — and a surprising name holds the inside track to claim it.
A podcast from Actual Baseball Games, as we check in down south to talk about the victorious Cactus League opener for the White Sox.
In a top-to-bottom strong effort, it was the reserve corps that provided the knockout punch in today’s win.
Encountering some of his first pro setbacks in 2019, look for Henzman to right himself and see Charlotte soon.
It was a step back for Rivera in 2019, but there’s still a chance he regains true prospect status.
The White Sox have locked up their best reliever, well into the 2020s.
While a little old for his level, Conway’s exquisite numbers don’t lie.
A final study of the ALC contenders focuses on the strength of the managers and state of the farm systems.
Tyler Osik’s bat got him fast-tracking in his first pro season. Now, as a catcher, he could move even faster through the system.
Just days after signing with the White Sox, Veloz was on his way to being the best relief pitcher in the DSL.
Pitching advantage, Cleveland — but Minnesota and Chicago are pretty dead even.
Destino needs to put his power and plus-defense to work with a climb to Birmingham by season’s end.
Though still young, Curbelo’s demotion in 2019 should be a wake-up call.