Five runs off of 13 hits aren’t enough for the Good Guys in game two of this three-game weekend set
The South Siders look to even the series in the South
Solid pitching leads affiliates to 4-1 day … but the loss hurt, as Charlotte falls into a wild-card tie.
A late-inning rally ultimately proves fruitless in the face of poor defense and a plucky Braves lineup
Iván Nova looks to wrap up a stellar August in the opener of this three game set
The Braves started their rebuild two years before the White Sox, but seem to have advanced much farther, faster.
Jonathan Stiever keeps on looking like a top prospect, with another great start.
The big names highlight the stretch run, as Nick Madrigal and Jonathan Stiever had fantastic weeks … again.
In the seventh and final game of this homestand hosting both former Washington Senators clubs, Dylan Cease got a introduction to Ozzie Guillén’s nemesis “Los Pirañas,” who jumped out to a 4-0 first inning lead, and the Senators Ver. 1.0 swept the Southside Nine by a score of 10-5.
Dylan Cease pitches in yet another day game for the White Sox, coming off of the best game of his young career.
Some of the more well-known White Sox prospects are heading down to play in Arizona in the revamped AFL.
Another heartbreaker for Charlotte, as their wild card lead is trimmed down to one.
The White Sox lost their second straight game to the AL Central leaders. Let’s take a look at some numbers from tonight’s loss.
Lack of timely hitting and failure to keep Twins hitters in the park doomed the White Sox in an 8-2 loss.
Looking for consistency: Starter Ross Detwiler got a quality start in his last appearance. He looks to shut down the…
It was an inspiring year for the AZL White Sox, in spite of a mediocre record.
Wrong-way Knights, heartbreaking Dash, and staying-alive Voyagers highlight the Tuesday action.
Another great Giolito outing is frozen solid by some chilly Chisox bats.
Hey, Ricky … good job with tonight’s lineup!
It wasn’t the most exhilarating game on the South Side, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun with some numbers. Tonight, predictably, it’s SIX.
The DSL Sox greatly improved from their abysmal 2018 performance, thanks to huge seasons from players like Benyamin Bailey, Ronaldo Guzman, and Yolbert Sánchez.
Both the Knights and Dash lost crucial, stretch-run games.
Now is not the time to punt on Eloy Jiménez’s defense. As the former No. 3 overall prospect, Jiménez is vital to what the White Sox are trying to do in the next few years, and improving his defense could go a long way.
A ridiculous finale in Arizona, as well as a doubleheader sweep in Montana, paces today’s action.
ReyLo’s run at a no-no and two key RBIs from Abreu keyed a White Sox series win.
Mal Tiempo collects RBIs No. 99 and 100
Reynaldo López tries to steal the series from Texas in a Sunday matinee.
A split for Charlotte, but the undercard features a ton of terrible offensive games on the farm
The Texas Rangers launch two two-run home runs to seal a season-tying series victory over the Good Guys, 4-0
The Big Baby returns to the Players’ Weekend lineup as the South Siders look to take the season series from the Rangers
The upper levels all came through with wins, while the rookie classes suffered a few heartbreakers.
It’s Dylan Cease facing the Texas Station Wagons tonight.
It’s somewhat of a surprise that this bulky catcher’s promising offensive profile hasn’t landed him on the South Side already.
Solid start: Matthew Thompson had another short, strong outing in Arizona tonight. (Sean Williams/South Side Hit Pen) Charlotte Knights 4,…
Hakuna Moncada! Ross Detwiler pitches a career game, and YoYo records two extra-base hits in a worry-free White Sox win
If you ever wondered what it would be like if a White Sox win was reimagined in a sitcom, this is the recap for you!
Photo Credit: Clinton Cole/ South Side Hit Pen The Minnesota Twins swept the Texas Rangers in a four game series…
Despaigne wants back on the South Side, Steele Walker keeps clubbing, and Avery Weems cruises through another Pioneer League win.
The Charlotte Bats wreck havoc in Triple-A and some brilliant pitching performances from Week 20 in MILB.
No question which starting pitcher dominated today: Cool Hand Luke.
Lucas Giolito shuts out the Minnesota Twins in a remarkable series-taking, complete game victory
Whether the White Sox can steal a surprise series victory vs. the Twins is largely up to Lucas.
Mostly victorious showings by the affiliates, and Luis Robert continues to torture Durham’s giant bull.
The White Sox once led this game, 3-0 … “when dinosaurs roamed Earth.”
Lopey looking for a bounce back performance against the Twinkies…
The Pale Hose, once again, were tossed into the memory hole.
The Knights win a homer-happy slugfest, taking a one-game lead in the IL wild card race.
Jose Abreu crushes one almost to the third deck in a White Sox winner in Minnesota.
The Sox are back in Minnesota as Ivan Nova looks to keep his hot streak going.
In the five games played today, White Sox affiliates outscored their opponents by a combined 27-5 margin. Is that good?
A peek ahead at the challenges facing the White Sox, as they choose their 40 key players for 2020
So, this was a bad, bad, bad, very bad game, on almost all counts.
Eloy notches his first career triple and tallies home run No. 22 in an ill-fated loss to the Angels
We’ve got Dylan Cease. They don’t have Mike Trout. Sunday’s all right for evening a series!
Tanner Banks pitches a gem, Yoán Moncada rehabs like a champ and Elijah Tatís gets his groove back
The tables turned as the Los Angeles Angels — instead of James McCann — put up four late-inning runs to secure the victory
Two struggling pitchers face off tonight in Anaheim
McCann strikes again: James McCann hit yet another late grand slam to secure a White Sox victory. (FanGraphs) James McCann…
Bill Walton in the booth influenced a grooved slider to James McCann in the sixth, turning the game into a runaway win.
Trio of doubles powers Dash to victory; everyone else loses bye
Lucas Giolito seeks his fourth consecutive quality start The White Sox (54-66) have another late night matchup against the Angels…
Why did players strike in 1994? Did anyone benefit from the strike? Were replacement players really going to start the 1995 season? Where was baseball going? How did it get there?
In first place, and second-best in the AL at the time games stopped, we’ll never know what could have been for the 1994 White Sox.
John Parke was nearly perfect, while the Knights flashed some big power
A two-homer night from José Abreu and a ninth-inning rally kept things interesting, but the Sox still manage to take a big ‘ol L
These angles are rather obtuse, and that’s just plane geometry
Leonard Gore, aka Lenny G, is a mild-mannered state gubmint worker by trade, proud father/husband, and occasionally insane White Sox…
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