Tag: chicago white sox

José Abreu Accepts Qualifying Offer

This is probably the best-case scenario for the White Sox because they now have a chance to see if Abreu continues to hit well in 2020 while only being locked in for one season.

Astros in Hot Water…Again

The Houston Astros allegedly used cameras in centerfield to steal opponents’ signs in 2017.

One Ticket to Heartbreak City: White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf “Ready to Win”

This franchise has been irrelevant for the last decade. They haven’t made the playoffs in 11 years. Since winning the World Series in 2005, the White Sox have won a grand total of one playoff game. I’d say everyone on the South Side is pretty damn ready to win.

Scott Coolbaugh Hired as White Sox Assistant Hitting Coach

After moving on from the former guard to begin the offseason, the White Sox have hired their new assistant hitting coach.

If (When) the Bears Miss the Playoffs, All Five Chicago Teams Will Miss the Playoffs for the First Time Since 2004

There hasn’t been a calendar year where all five Chicago teams missed the playoffs since 2004. It’s been a nice 15-year run, but that streak is surely coming to an end as Chicago sports fans are swimming in misery.

Yolmer Sanchez Brings Home the Hardware

Sanchez joins Nellie Fox as the only other White Sox second baseman to win a Gold Glove.

Hawk Harrelson Named Frick Award Finalist

The voice of the White Sox, Ken “Hawk” Harrelson, was nominated for the Ford C. Frick Award, an honor bestowed upon a broadcaster for “major contributions to baseball.”