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FIELD OF DREAMS COME TRUE — Sox Walk Off Into Cornfields, Win Field of Dreams Game 9-8

The game began with the teams entering from the cornfields in right field. It ended with a Tim Anderson walk-off home run disappearing into that same field of corn to give the White Sox a riveting 9-8 win in the Field of Dreams Classic that will not soon be forgotten. Early on, Lance Lynn was […]

CROSSTOWN CRUSH JOB — Sox Sweep Cubs at Wrigley

One of the biggest flaws this White Sox team has dealt with this season is their play away from 35th and Shields, as they entered this weekend’s Crosstown Classic series a few miles north at Clark and Addison a very underwhelming 25-26. But after a three-game sweep on Chicago’s North Side, it can be argued […]

RAYS BANNED — White Sox Take Two of Three, Have Best Record in MLB

The Tampa Bay Rays came into Chicago with the best record in MLB by half a game over their hosts, the White Sox. After Wednesday afternoon’s walk-off win, they surrendered that title (for now, anyways) to the South Siders. Monday night, the Rays got to starter Lance Lynn, who had probably his worst outing of […]


On Friday afternoon during the opener of a doubleheader against the Kansas City Royals, Jose Abreu lay on the first base line in pain after a vicious collision with Royals third baseman Hunter Dozier. The crowd in the stands, and White Sox fans everywhere held their breath for the reigning AL MVP, having already witnessed […]

SWEEP HOME CHICAGO — White Sox Sweep Slumping Twins

Heading into the 2021 season, the White Sox figured that their stiffest competition for AL Central supremacy was the Minnesota Twins, a franchise that has historically been a thorn in the sides of the Sox, and who won the division last year. The Twins, however, limped into Chicago for their first meeting with the newly-minted […]

ROYALS FLUSHED — White Sox complete three-game sweep in Kansas City

After splitting a pair of games in Cincinnati in which they allowed a grand total of *checks notes* one run, the White Sox flew to Kansas City to begin an important early-season two week stretch against the then-division leading Royals and Twins. They got off to a strong start with a three-game road sweep of […]

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