Category Archives: News

He Ain’t Sweaty, He’s My Pitcher

Freddy Garcia returns tonight. What does it mean? What doesn’t it mean? In summation: “Yes.” Anybody seen Timo Perez lately? [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , | Comments closed

Twin Cities Self-Destruction Is Only Natural

If the Twins choke on baseball and fall from a high place, well, that would just be swell.

Filed Under: News | Read More: | Comments closed

State of the Division Roundtable

Ray from Royals on Radio etc. posted a far-reaching survey on the true current condition of each team in the Central, with your editor acting as the ambassador from the South Side. Always good to get a peek inside the enemy’s collective head. [Royals on Radio etc.]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , | Comments closed

Hate For Hatred’s Sake

Don’t hate the All-Star Game because it’s a farce; hate the All-Star Game because it’s fun! [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , | Comments closed

35

Hindsight always leads the league in OPS with back-to-back MVP awards.

Filed Under: News | Read More: | Comments closed

A Mile In Their Shoes

In which your editor tries to see things from the enemy’s perspective. Results may prove spiteful. And hilarious. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , , | Comments closed

Trading Jose Contreras Is Not As Simple (Or As Smart) As It Sounds

If it was that easy, don’t you think they would have just done it by now?

Filed Under: News | Read More: | Comments closed

Six Back Might As Well Be Six Underground

Either the National League West is a joke or the Sox are the inevitable World Champions.

Filed Under: News | Read More: , | Comments closed

A Thousand Splendid Runs

Yes Paul Konerko is awesome, just not that awesome. But still pretty awesome. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , | Comments closed

The 2005 White Sox Reunion Tour Continues

The Big Chief Returneth, and the people of earth rejoiced.

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , , , , , | Comments closed

The Most Crucial Series Ever

Ozzie Guillen calls it “very important.” Brian Anderson calls it a big one, but only under certain conditions. Jermaine Dye is all like, hey, man, we come here to win all the time. But what, really, might this week’s cricket match with the Tigers have in store? Let us consider the many woeful possibilities: Five-game […]

Filed Under: News | Read More: | Comments closed

Elsewhere

Today is the first day of the rest of your season. [The Beachwood Reporter] There are only two ways the series with Detroit can end: misery or total world domination. [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , | Comments closed

Gordon Beckham Is Obviously A Lousy Baseball Player

And other nonsensical conclusions we can draw.

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , , , | Comments closed

Wave of the Future!

If you’re out late dominating the Royals, be sure to pack your suitcase.

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , | Comments closed

44

. . . and with that, the Jake Peavy era comes to a gentle close.

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , | Comments closed

Uh-Huh

The only thing we have to fear are the White Sox themselves. [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Read More: , , , , | Comments closed
  • The 35th Street Review. A blog about Chicago White Sox baseball. [More]



  • Archives


  • "It is to our advantage, but we have to watch for teams who are out of it. Guys playing for nothing but a job are dangerous. They're playing at a higher level."
    - Frank Thomas on pennant races