Some people only want to see Tim for his shortcomings. But you know what? At the end of the day, he’s a batting champion and they’re not.
Anderson wins the MLB and AL batting title, and Abreu secures the AL RBI lead
Bittersweet: The end of a season is never easy, but time to recharge, revise, and regroup is a necessity. (@WhiteSox)…
Tim Anderson, José Abreu, and Daniel Palka, all with a multi-hit night, contribute to a thrilling finish
Simply put: heartbreaking. The White Sox twice rallied for leads in extras, but managed to lose.
Is Lucas Giolito the unluckiest pitcher in the league? Will he ever reach 15 wins?
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….
September notoriously has been Reynaldo’s month of utter dominance in his young career, so don’t be surprised if you started getting no-no notifications from your At-Bat app after the sixth tonight!
If a bat flips and you’re not around, did it make a sound?
Maybe tomorrow we’ll see the Kevan Smith Revenge-Revenge-Revenge game, where he gets revenge for the revenge he revenged in the first place.
South Siders hoping to bounce back from bullpen blunders
Tim Anderson goes deep for a two-run home run for the second time in three games
You will be amazed that I managed to write this long and engaging a game story, with a new puppy licking my hands and keyboard every five seconds or so.
The White Sox’s late-inning blasts are not enough against Cleveland in a suspenseful, drama-fileld ending
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.
No question which starting pitcher dominated today: Cool Hand Luke.
The White Sox once led this game, 3-0 … “when dinosaurs roamed Earth.”
So, this was a bad, bad, bad, very bad game, on almost all counts.