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Chicago's All-Time Duos: Paulie and Buehrle

Konerko served as team captain from 2006 until his retirement in 2014, and Buehrle consistently threw gems while being the life of the clubhouse at any given time.

White Sox Offseason Grades: Outfield, Designated Hitter

Luis Robert’s extension headlined a busy offseason for the White Sox when it comes to the outfield/designated hitter positions, but will it translate in 2020?

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OPINION: The White Sox Rebuild Should Excite Cubs Fans

The White Sox are a team wholly invested in turning their rebuild into a window of contention starting in 2020. Cubs fans should appreciate the ride.

First Things First: Potential White Sox Leadoff Hitters

Assessing the leadoff hitter options for the 2020 White Sox.

White Sox Still Interested in Castellanos; Looking to Extend Prospect Luis Robert

The White Sox have been staying busy this holiday season, and locking up their future outfield seems to be the next step.

Predicting the 2020 #ThatsSoWhiteSox Headlines

A 162-game baseball season is sure to bring many exciting times, soul-crushing defeats, and flat-out laughable news blurbs.

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Where Perception and Reality Meet

It’s been well documented that the White Sox have a lot of room to add payroll heading into 2020.  After failing to secure Zack Wheeler, this team is going to need to be creative in bolstering their starting rotation.  While they remain connected to free agents: Hyun-Jin Ryu, “Diamond” Dallas Keuchel, and Madison Bumgarner, one

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Down but Not Out: a Post-Wheeler White Sox Offseason Outlook

Sure, the Zack Wheeler miss was a big blow to the White Sox’s overall plan this winter, but there are enough ways to get creative. Rick Hahn and co. can still pick themselves up off of the mat and continue to build a team that can be competitive in 2020.

Having a Beer With Chicago's Best

If you could have a beer with any former or current member of each Chicago sports team, who would you choose?

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.