Should the White Sox Sign Matt Wieters?

Photo Credit: Mets360 Former Baltimore Orioles’ catcher Matt Wieters is still job-hunting as of today. The switch-hitting catcher has made great contributions to the Orioles over the last few years, and like many other power hitters, expects more money this offseason. In his 8 seasons with the Baltimore organization, he posted a .739 OPS, a .256 batting average, and 117 home runs. While he has … Continue reading Should the White Sox Sign Matt Wieters?

Top Prospects in the White Sox Farm System

Photo Credit: Southside Showdown As we inch closer to Spring Training, the Chicago White Sox are in the midst of a full-scale rebuild. While casual fans do not spend much time following the minor league affiliates of their favorite team, the success of this year’s White Sox will be measured on the progress made in the farm system. With that being said, here is a … Continue reading Top Prospects in the White Sox Farm System

Quintana Trade May Have To Wait Until July

Photo Credit: Write Sox The Chicago White Sox made huge changes this winter with the trading of All-Star pitcher Chris Sale and center fielder Adam Eaton. These changes made it apparent that the long-awaited rebuild is coming and many are expecting the White Sox to trade pitcher Jose Quintana as well. Talks between the White Sox and other organizations in baseball are ongoing. Reports have … Continue reading Quintana Trade May Have To Wait Until July

Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

Photo Credit: Planned Property Management As the Chicago Cubs get even closer to their first World Series crown in 108 years, it made me feel the need to shed light on what makes a rivalry a rivalry, and weather or not the Chicago White Sox against the Cubs makes the cut. Here are some of the factors that go into that decision.   1) Location The teams … Continue reading Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

Former White Sox Player Soars in Postseason with Giants

Photo Credit: Daily Republic Conor Gillaspie is a familiar face to fans of the Chicago White Sox. He played 3rd base with the club from 2013 to 2015. Once he left, it was not thought much of by fans or analysts alike, but now with the San Francisco Giants, he is turning lots of heads this October. In two seasons with the White Sox, Gillaspie … Continue reading Former White Sox Player Soars in Postseason with Giants

Saying Goodbye to the 2016 Chicago White Sox 

Photo Credit: USA Today As we enter tonight, one thing is of certain for the Chicago White Sox: they are a complete afterthought in the world of Chicago sports. The Cubs have an opportunity to clinch a trip to the NLCS tonight, the Bulls landed Dwyane Wade, the Blackhawks are a dynasty, and the Bears are starting to do something about their starting quarterback. For … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to the 2016 Chicago White Sox 

White Sox Win vs Tillman, Take Game 2 of the Series Against the Orioles

Photo Credit: wusa9.com The Chicago White Sox lost game 1 of 3 against the Baltimore Orioles by a score of 7-5 on Friday. After a blown review and close calls throughout, the White Sox had momentum heading into game 2 last night, and their bats were alive. As I sat in the upper deck of US Cellular Field for the game tonight, a few things stood out. … Continue reading White Sox Win vs Tillman, Take Game 2 of the Series Against the Orioles