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
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.
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.
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.
In a top-to-bottom strong effort, it was the reserve corps that provided the knockout punch in today’s win.
Blake Rutherford’s hitting and Nick Madrigal’s fielding make two things clear: They’ve added a ton of muscle, and they’re impressing the heck out of everyone early.
Let’s take a look at how Chicago’s lethal 2020 lineups should play out.
It’s the BSBP debut, with hot stove talk, pet cameos, and thigh talk!
One of the most fun Dives of all … the delightful phenom of the South Side!
Rick Hahn’s aggressive signing of Yasmani Grandal, along with other smaller moves and an exciting rumor mill, indicate the rebuild is done and the winning begins now.
Here’s our look at the very best White Sox games of the 2019 season, from STICK TALK to Giolito’s mound mastery, and a whole bunch of fun in-between.
This kicks off a mini-burst of bests and blursts this week at South Side Hit Pen. Today, Lenny G gets things going with his highly-entertaining look at his most and least favorite games of 2019.
Turtle nips, stylin and profilin, and Alex Colom-D+ turning back to Alex Colomé marked a welcome win for the Good Guys.
Even if the team isn’t good, some guys did well! — White Sox baseball 2019.
Giolito pitches tomorrow. He is good. Tim Anderson is hitting .333. That is also good. I’m switching to typewriters. Good nigh….Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z….
The White Sox’s late-inning blasts are not enough against Cleveland in a suspenseful, drama-fileld ending
The Sox attempt to win games consecutively, a feat that hasn’t been seen since mid-August
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.
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.
Photo Credit: Clinton Cole/ South Side Hit Pen The Minnesota Twins swept the Texas Rangers in a four game series…
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
The tables turned as the Los Angeles Angels — instead of James McCann — put up four late-inning runs to secure the victory