Tag Archives: elsewhere

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 […]

Filed Under: Opinion | Also Filed Under: , , | Comments closed

AR Talks BA

Jeff at Royally Speaking asked for some sage wisdom on his favorite team’s newest treasure from the South Side scrapyard. As much as I hate to ruin a surprise, this one would only ruin itself. Surprise! [Royally Speaking]

Filed Under: News | Also Filed Under: , , | Comments closed

Yesterday’s Bust Prospect Is Today’s Bust Prospect

Chris Getz and Josh Fields: an assessment, and a glimmer of hope for the good people of Kansas City. [Royally Speaking]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , | Comments closed

Show Us The Way, O Wise One

The offseason’s prized free agent has officially put himself back on the market. Brian Cashman and Theo Epstein could not be reached for comment. [Mouthpiece Spots]

Filed Under: News | Also Filed Under: , , | Comments closed

Average, Out, Over

In the end, we are all one person looking at 30 sides of the same terrible offense through two disparate eyes that see entirely different worlds. All told, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments closed

Less Than Losing And Way Beyond Empty

There is but one reason for the Sox to try any more, and it is also the same reason they shouldn’t bother. History awaits. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , , , | Comments closed

Spayed and Neutered in Motor City

With the Good Guys mere inches away from death’s door, the only thing that will save us is gleeful mocking of the baseball team from (and the actual city of) Detroit. Seriously. That People Mover’s not gonna laugh at itself, you know. [A.V. Chicago]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , | Comments closed

He Could Be Heroes

Just for one season cut mercifully short. Ladies and gentlemen, Milton Bradley has solved all of our problems. [A.V. Chicago]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , | Comments closed

The Inner Game of White Sox Baseball

Let’s be thankful for the mistake Carlos Quentin didn’t make, as the consequences would have surely been disastrous. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , | Comments closed

Hope Is But Fuel For The Nightmare Inferno

You know what’s going to be cool about next year? April, man. And maybe even May, too. [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , | Comments closed

The Sport of Jesters

The White Sox could be champions, if only we were talking about a different game. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , | Comments closed

More Advancement

Ssssssshhh! You, complaining about the low batting average – quiet down over there! Carlos Quentin is thinking! Again! [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , | Comments closed

Philosophical Dilemmas, White Sox Baseball Be Thy Name

What makes a rookie great? And what’s a year worth, anyway? [Mouthpiece Sports] But more importantly: what did Kenny Williams know, and when did he know it? [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Also Filed Under: , , , | Comments closed

Eleven Years Gone

When you’re all out of love, the best you can do is hate; all told, that’s not such a bad way to run out the clock. [The Beachwood Reporter]

Filed Under: Features | Also Filed Under: , , , , , | Comments closed

Thome/Contreras x 2

Here they go again, on their own. . . [A.V. Chicago] . . . goin’ down the only road Ken Griffey, Jr.’s ever known. [Mouthpiece Sports]

Filed Under: News | Also Filed Under: , , , | Comments closed

Into the Missed Third Pitch

The only thing worse than a sweep is the very team being swept. A gentle calm befalls the earth, and all is suddenly well. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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



  • Archives


  • "If there is any justice in the world, to be a Sox fan frees a man from any other form of penance."
    - Bill Veeck