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Jay Cutler on White Sox Wears No. 44: Jake Peavy Also Victim of Unfair Criticism

By Cregen McMinn Whether you're a Bears fan or just a fan of football, you're aware by now of the Jay Cutler saga from the NFC Championship Game. How injured was he? Should he have played through it? Could he have played through it? Those questions all fall within the... Continue reading "Jay Cutler on White Sox Wears No. 44: Jake Peavy Also Victim of Unfair Criticism" »

Bobby Jenks Isn't Completely Wrong in Criticizing The White Sox

By Cregen McMinn The event I'll remember Bobby Jenks for came during the 2005 World Series. Ozzie Guillen came out to the mound and made the motion for his closer. Ozzie didn't just tap his right arm, he used both of his arms to signal that he wanted the "big... Continue reading "Bobby Jenks Isn't Completely Wrong in Criticizing The White Sox" »

Paying Paul: How Much Is Too Much For Konerko

By Cregen McMinn Signing Adam Dunn was step one for the White Sox this off-season. However that signing doesn't look nearly as good if the Sox don't find a way to bring Paul Konerko back to the South Side. The question is: how much is Paul Konerko worth? At what... Continue reading "Paying Paul: How Much Is Too Much For Konerko" »

Chicago White Sox: Signing Dunn and Pierzynski Puts Youth Movement on Hold

By Cregen McMinn When Kenny Williams and the White Sox locked up Adam Dunn for four years and $56 million as well as AJ Pierzynski for two years and $8 million, they admitted two things without actually having to say it. 1. Last years rotational DH was a mistake. 2.... Continue reading "Chicago White Sox: Signing Dunn and Pierzynski Puts Youth Movement on Hold" »

Is Mark Buehrle The Weakest Link in White Sox Rotation?

By Cregen McMinn When it comes to likability, Mark Buehrle is at the top of the list. From his sliding on the tarp during rain delays to the way errors never seem to bother him, Mark Buehrle is an easy guy to root for. However, as we start to examine... Continue reading "Is Mark Buehrle The Weakest Link in White Sox Rotation?" »

Why Isn't Paul Konerko More Loved By White Sox Fans?

By Cregen McMinn 358 home runs and 1,127 RBIs over 12 seasons in a White Sox uniform ought to be enough for any player to be beloved by the entire White Sox Nation. However, for reasons I can't pin down, Paul Konerko is not revered universally by White Sox fans... Continue reading "Why Isn't Paul Konerko More Loved By White Sox Fans?" »

Statistically The Five Worst Chicago White Sox Players This Year

By Cregen McMinn There are so many more useful stats today than there were years ago. From OBP to BABIP, we as fans can break down who on our team has really been useful and who is just taking up a roster spot. One stat in particular is useful when... Continue reading "Statistically The Five Worst Chicago White Sox Players This Year" »

White Sox Don't Plan on Rebuilding: Are They Wrong?

By Cregen McMinn Before last night's poor performance against the Red Sox, Kenny Williams assured fans that the White Sox would not be "rebuilding" next season. "In our minds, it's still with the mindset of trying to win. Once you start using the R word, you create a different kind... Continue reading "White Sox Don't Plan on Rebuilding: Are They Wrong?" »

Should The White Sox Keep Chris Sale in The Bullpen Next Season?

By Cregen McMinn When the White Sox drafted Chris Sale with the 13th pick in the first round they knew they could use him in the bullpen immediately. The reason the Sox were so sure of this was the fact that he already had two major league caliber pitches and... Continue reading "Should The White Sox Keep Chris Sale in The Bullpen Next Season?" »

Breaking News: White Sox Matt Thornton Out With Injured Arm

By Cregen McMinn The Chicago White Sox setup man and part time closer Matt Thornton has been shut down with a forearm injury. "I'm not concerned with my overall health,'' Thornton said. "I'm concerned about missing some time is what I'm concerned about." According to Thornton he's been able to... Continue reading "Breaking News: White Sox Matt Thornton Out With Injured Arm" »

MLB Trade Rumors: Edwin Jackson "on the Verge" of Heading to White Sox

By Cregen McMinn Late last night word got out that the White Sox and Diamondbacks are close to agreeing on a deal that would send Daniel Hudson along with a minor league pitcher to the Diamondbacks for Edwin Jackson. On the surface this seems like a logical deal for each... Continue reading "MLB Trade Rumors: Edwin Jackson "on the Verge" of Heading to White Sox" »

MLB Trade Deadline: Four Moves That Would Improve the White Sox

By Cregen McMinn As the trade deadline approaches, we as fans are left to surf the net looking for the latest news (true or not) about what our team is looking to do. For White Sox fans it's been one of the most exciting parts of the season. Not only... Continue reading "MLB Trade Deadline: Four Moves That Would Improve the White Sox" »

MLB Trade Rumors: The Time Is Right For White Sox To Add Berkman

By Cregen McMinn Picture Mark Kotsay wearing a blue and white Royals uniform. Got that image? It's easy to imagine, right? That's because Kotsay is that caliber of player. He's not the caliber of player that should be "contributing" on a playoff caliber team such as the White Sox. The... Continue reading "MLB Trade Rumors: The Time Is Right For White Sox To Add Berkman" »

2010 MLB All-Star Game: 10 All-Stars Among All-Stars

My baseball loving cousin was born in 1997. Now, for the first time in his Cubs loving life, he can say he saw the National League win the All-Star game. The win didn't come easy for the NL. It took the things that so many apply to National League baseball.... Continue reading "2010 MLB All-Star Game: 10 All-Stars Among All-Stars" »

2010 Home Run Derby: 5 Ways to Make The Derby Interesting

By Cregen McMinn For me the home run derby has always been viewed the same way I view horse racing - I can see why people enjoy it, but it's just not for me. Sure as a baseball fan I don't mind seeing sluggers blast home runs to eager fans.... Continue reading "2010 Home Run Derby: 5 Ways to Make The Derby Interesting" »
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