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Chicago White Sox: 2005 ALCS will never be recreated The Chicago White Sox had one of the best performances from four pitchers when they defeated the then Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 2005 American League Championship Series in five games. The White Sox lost game one by a final score of 3-2 but then what happened next was simply amazing and a feat that will never happen again.

Gamethread: Astros at Yankees The White Sox win the pennant! Flashback: The White Sox win the pennant! The White Sox win the pennant! With a pause in the 2019 action, let's take a look back at a glorious day, exactly 14 years ago.

State of the White Sox: Relief pitching With the postseason in swing and a little bit still before the hot stove starts cooking, let's take a position-by-position look at where the White Sox stand, what they're looking to accomplish this winter and what we expect to see in 2020 and beyond. We're moving on to relief pitching.

Chicago White Sox: Who should stay and go in free agency? The Chicago White Sox have free agents this offseason as does every team in baseball and they will need to determine whether they would like to retain each of them this offseason. Most likely keep. The first baseman is coming off one of the best seasons of his career this past season as he led the American League with 123 RBI.

Chicago White Sox: Breaking down Dylan Cease's rookie campaign I would expect him to get that pitch breaking below the strike zone next season and the results will show. Despite the velocity, opponents were able to slug 0.637 off his fastball and 9 of his 15 home runs allowed came from this pitch. So what does Cease need to do to have an improved sophomore campaign?

Arobio and out It was a terrific 2019 regular season that got Arobio both aggressive call-ups and, ultimately it seems, this fall call to the AFL. But it has been a true struggle for the righthander in Glendale. Yet again, the reliever coughed up runs, as it seems he's done in every appearance this fall.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Distant Replay: The Pierzynski dropped third strike game In a new series on the podcast, the whole crew gets together to re-watch and re-live one of our all-time favorite White Sox games. We begin with Game 2 of the 2005 ALCS when A.J. Pierzynski famously reached base on the dropped third strike in the 9th inning, opening the door for a pivotal White Sox victory over the Angels.

Flashback: The White Sox win the pennant! The White Sox win the pennant! With a pause in the 2019 action, let’s take a look back at a glorious day, exactly 14 years ago.

State of the White Sox: Starting pitching With the postseason in swing and a little bit still before the hot stove starts cooking, let's take a position-by-position look at where the White Sox stand, what they're looking to accomplish this winter and what we expect to see in 2020 and beyond. We're moving on to starting pitching.

Luis Robert, Nick Madrigal highlight White Sox minor league all-star team Assuming the White Sox successfully fill three to four needs on their roster, and with the additions of Luis Robert, Nick Madrigal and Michael Kopech, I think you should expect the White Sox to compete for a playoff spot next season.

9 Chicago area historic cemeteries to explore See the city’s oldest burial grounds and the resting places of famous figures.

Grave Story: Luke Appling Here lies Luke Appling, who was one of the best shortstops in the game for 20 years. He was a 7-time All-Star, a 2-time batting champion and a member of the Hall of Fame. Appling played his entire career with the Chicago White Sox, from 1930-50. Lucius Appling was born in High Point, N.C., on April 2, 1907.

Desert Dogs win, with little help from the Sox Unfortunately, Adolfo and Sheets were outright awful, with six of Glendale's nine whiffs on the day.

Sox Drawer: Getting to the bottom of 'the money will be spent' More than 100 strong reached out on Twitter asking questions ranging from hot stove predictions to best tailgating beer to the continuing saga known as "When Will the Money Be Spent?" Let's get to it! How should I enter next year as a fan? Are we going for it, or last year of rebuild?

Gamethreads: Astros at Yankees /Cardinals at Nationals With a win today, the Nationals could see a long layoff before the World Series.

Chicago White Sox 2019 MLB Draft Results, Report Card, Prospects To Know Highlighting the best tools, best debuts, late-round steals and more from the 2019 Chicago White Sox draft.

Theo Epstein's Legacy in Chicago Will be Dictated by the Success of His Decisions this Offseason Even with all the prior success Theo Epstein has had running the Cubs, this offseason’s decisions and how effective they are will permanently shape how he is remembered in Chicago.

Chicago Heights Helps Zarlengo's Open New Manufacturing Plant Bloom township, where the rehabbed property is relocated, is authorized to participate in the county's incentive program. New job creation. Zarlengo's investment has sparked a mini-jobs boom, creating more than 30 construction jobs for the project.

State of the White Sox: Designated hitter With the postseason in swing and some time still before the hot stove starts cooking, let's take a position-by-position look at where the White Sox stand, what they're looking to accomplish this winter and what we expect to see in 2020 and beyond. We're moving on to designated hitter.

Chicago White Sox Starting Pitcher is a Finalist for Comeback Player of the Year Just like the tweet above this says, "No surprise here!" White Sox starting pitcher Lucas Giolito has been named a finalist for the American League Comeback Player of the Year Award. This past offseason, Lucas went back to the basics and started working with his high school pitching coach, Ethan Katz.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Myths about the 1919 Black Sox 100 years later Chuck Garfien and Chris Kamka speak with Black Sox historian Jacob Pomrenke about the biggest myths surrounding the infamous 1919 Black Sox who fixed the World Series. Gambling wasn't limited to the White Sox back then. Even Ty Cobb and Tris Speaker threw a game?.

Will an arbitration raise price Yolmer Sanchez off the White Sox 2020 roster? Yolmer Sanchez could win a Gold Glove in the coming weeks. He could also be looking for a new job. That's the tough situation the White Sox face with the guy who served as their starting second baseman during the 2019 season. He did a very, very nice job of playing second base, too.

How important is retaining Jose Abreu for Chicago White Sox? Jose Abreu should be a priority for the Chicago White Sox this offseason, but they need to be careful about the type of contract they offer him and should be prepared to move on from him if there are more cost-efficient options available. Welcome!

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