Tag Archives: Chicago White Sox

Death at 161st and River

The 2010 Chicago White Sox season ended on a Sunday in May in New York City. I know, because I was there.

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The Real & Unreal Of South Side Baseball

Separating fact from fiction, and fiction from meta-fiction.

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And Now, A Few Insanely Specific Predictions

If you’re going to believe in sports, you might as well believe in something ridiculous.

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2010 Chicago White Sox Season Preview: The Year Of When

With just over a week left until Opening Day, we might as well get this out of the way.

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Another Week, Another Reason To Laugh At Us

When bust prospects attack.

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2010 Chicago Baseball Preview: Beyond Thunderdome

You root for the Cubs? The Cubs? What’s the matter with you? In case you’ve been living in a cave, or have perhaps been sequestered for the past several decades, I’d like to remind you there’s a vastly superior team just across town, far more able to compete for the long haul and already instilling […]

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At Least Someone’s Thinking Positively

The defense part? That’s the worst part. And the scary part, too.

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The 35th Street Post Office [March 10, 2010]

Your busy editor thinks the Twins’ loss is everyone else’s loss, and that Gordon Beckham is the logical heir to the Robinson Cano fortune.

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On The Simple Thrill Of Hearing The Cubs Suffer At The Hands Of The White Sox, Even If It’s Only An Exhibition Game Played By The B-Team

Contempt, nonsense and vague threats over the airwaves mean the season is here, even if it hasn’t actually started.

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The 35th Street Guide To 2010 White Sox Fantasy Baseball

They’re only sleepers if you didn’t see them coming.

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Storylines!

Ozzie meets the internet and hope runs face-first into the future. They’re like bloodlines, but without the bloody part.

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Things You Can Buy In Detroit For $8 Million

That’s a lot of Coney Dogs.

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My Favorite Baseball Card

As the greatest hitter in franchise history calls it a day, the author finds the future was always written on a slab of laminated plastic.

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Who Needs Orlando Hudson?

Not the Sox, that’s who.

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A Sox Fan’s Guide To The CTA Service Cuts

The most annoying part of your baseball experience, now made even more so.

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The 2010 White Sox Spring Training Preview Preview

Coming soon to a sports page near you.

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