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Relievers the White Sox Need to Bounce Back in 2020

If the White Sox get bounce-back campaigns from these bullpen pieces, a group that goes into the season as a question mark could quickly turn into a strength.

White Sox Announce Multiple Signings and Invites to Spring Training

With less than a month until Spring Training, the White Sox added some depth and invited a handful of players to Glendale.

Ozzie Guillen Deserves Another Managerial Opportunity

With three managerial openings, should one of the teams take a chance on the former White Sox skipper?

White Sox: Listener Mailbag 🔊

Patrick Flowers is flying solo on this week’s episode and taking your questions in this edition of the White Sox Unfiltered listener mailbag!

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.

Three Moves the White Sox Could Make to Wrap Up a Great Offseason

Exaining a few things the White Sox could do in the next 32 days to improve an already much-improved team.

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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.

The Second City Show: White Sox Extend Outfielder Luis Robert

Listen to the Luis Robert contract extension episode of The Second City Show

The Second City Show – 12/31/19: Bears Firings, DePaul Falls to Seton Hall, and the Bulls Suck

As we prepare to kiss 2019 goodbye, Patrick Flowers and David Wildman are on the mic to discuss the latest from the Chicago sports landscape this afternoon. Mitchell Trubisky is your starter in 2020 (for now). Ryan Pace makes a bevy of coaching changes after the season-ending press conference. Twins sign Rich Hill and Homer

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