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Inner city Folklore and the Coronavirus About a year ago Chicago White Sox SS Tim Anderson gave an interview to Sports Illustrated in which he discusses the difficulties of playing baseball growing up. How he quit baseball because he didn't see himself fitting in as a young African-American in a predominantly white game which continues to frown on individuality.
White Sox 2005 Rewind: Paul Konerko's lengthy season-opening slump - The White Sox sure should have won this game by a lot more than they did. They started the third inning with back-to-back walks and a classic Tropicana Field catwalk single off the bat of Tadahito Iguchi. Bases loaded, nobody out.
White Sox' Eloy Jimenez: "I just want to play baseball' White Sox left fielder Eloy Jimenez is ready to play baseball. It's what Jimenez does, it's what he always has done since he can remember and it's what he has already made a good living doing at age 23. He wants to earn his paycheck. "We're supposed to be playing baseball right now," Jimenez said from Arizona on a conference call Tuesday.
Column: 9 reasons baseball’s plan to play games in Arizona won’t work — and 1 reason it could Major League Baseball is considering playing the delayed 2020 season in empty stadiums in Arizona. Here's why that won't work out.
White Sox two-hit M's in 6-1 win On the next offering after a Sheffield wild pitch, García broke for home and Nick Madrigal laid down a perfect suicide squeeze bunt past the mound, beating out a hit.
White Sox Sim in 60: Giolito falters vs. Mariners Giolito was not at his best vs. Seattle. The White Sox ace failed to make it out of the 4th inning, giving up a touchdown.
Light it up, for Ed BreakingT just got a license to produce designs in conjunction with the MLB Players Alumni Association, and as one of its first products has come up with a beautiful tribute to our Ed Farmer for us at South Side Sox:. Order it here, and take a look at the initial Classic Collection as well.
White Sox Video Call Backgrounds Show your White Sox pride on your next video call with friends or coworkers. Download one of these images to let everyone…
Chicago White Sox: Need an abbreviated Spring Training The Chicago White Sox need to have some sort of Spring Training before games get going if they ever do come back in 2020. The Chicago White Sox are a team…
Who picked the best team in our 21st century White Sox fantasy draft? Four of us - Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Adam Hoge and myself - took to the White Sox Talk Podcast with one goal in mind: draft the best team from a pool of every player who has played for the White Sox since the year 2000.
White Sox Talk Podcast: The 21st century White Sox fantasy draft On the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Adam Hoge and Vinnie Duber sit down with one goal in mind: draft the best team from a pool of every player who has played for the White Sox since the year 2000.
Chicago White Sox: Nick Madrigal might not debut in 2020 When the Chicago White Sox thought the regular season would be starting on March 26, it appeared likely Nick Madrigal would start the season at Triple-A Charlotte and, eventually, take the second base reigns at some point in 2020. However, things have changed drastically since then and now the league is looking at a shortened season.
Chicago White Sox: Joe Crede's tenure was something special He was a major part of the best year in the history of the franchise. He played a big role in bringing a World Series title back to Chicago. Joe Crede played in the MLB for ten years and the first nine of them were spent with the Chicago White Sox. He played his final season for the Minnesota Twins.
Chicago White Sox: Latest report of season starting in May The Chicago White Sox would absolutely welcome the idea of the season finally starting the season as early as May. They need baseball back ASAP. The Chicag…
Lightfoot recruits professional athletes for PSA: Stay home Chicago Star athletes wearing every Chicago jersey have joined the same team. Their game plan: convince Chicagoans to stay home.
White Sox 2005 Rewind: Winning ugly Later in the frame, Nomar Mazara hit a towering shot to center field only to be robbed by Seattle's Dom T-Williams at the wall to end the inning and ultimately the Sox scoring. The White Sox did threaten in the ninth with two outs. Edwin Encarnacion forced a walk followed by a Yasmani Grandal single, which extended his hit streak to seven games.
Is it worth having White Sox fans in the stands? On the White Sox Talk podcast, Ryan Mcguffey sat down with Chuck Garfien to discuss whether it's worth it or not to have fans in the stands for the po.
'We Are Not Playing': Chicago's teams join mayor to help stop spread of coronavirus With the help of all eight Chicago professional sports teams, Mayor Lori Lightfoot Monday announced a new campaign, "We Are Not Playing," to stymie the spread of COVID-19.
The White Sox most recent trade with every MLB team Baseball teams make an awful lot of trades, and the White Sox are no exception. The biggest deals of the last few years are easy to remember: the Chris Sale trade with the Red Sox, the Adam Eaton trade with the Nationals, the Jose Quintana trade with the Cubs.
SoxTV Viewing Guide: What to Watch While you're looking for ways to stay entertained while at home, now is the time to dive deep into the White Sox YouTube channel. Here are a few recommendations:. While we anxiously await the start of the 2020 season, relive the best moments from 2019 to pass the time.
Chicago White Sox: Team preview and prediction for 2020 season At the top of the list of "Most Improved Teams This Offseason," we have to look at the Chicago White Sox as one of those teams after the Winter they had, and 2020 looks all the more promising for the South Side because of it. Is this going to be the year the White Sox breakthrough into the playoffs, or are they still too young and inexperienced?
MLB The Show sim: White Sox return home, lose to 1-9 Seattle Mariners NBC Sports Chicago is simulating the 2020 White Sox season via MLB The Show during the postponement of play. The White Sox, stocked with young talent and veteran offseason acquisitions, were expected to take a big step forward in their rebuild this season.
Marco Gonzales mutes Sox, 2-0 CHICAGO - After rousing offensive efforts in all three games at Fenway Park this weekend, the White Sox fell asleep against Marco Gonzales and Seattle in a 2-0 loss. Perhaps it was the absence of injured AL Player of the Week Edwin Encarnación, but the 3-7 Mariners marched into Sox Park like they owned the joint.
White Sox Sim: South Siders lose to 1-9 Seattle Mariners After a sweep of the Red Sox at Fenway Park, the White Sox bats go cold in return to Chicago.
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