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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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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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The 2010 White Sox Spring Training Preview Preview

Coming soon to a sports page near you.

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In January, Everyone Is Just So Awesome

It even says so in the newspaper.

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More Like The End Of Sports Encapsulation

This newfangled language recognition/auto-journalism technology thingy isn’t killing off anything we need worry ourselves with. Mostly.

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True Faith

Maybe Ozzie Guillen’s forgotten the name and the address of everyone he’s ever known, but that’s nothing compared to thinking Jose Contreras and Bartolo Colon were ready for battle. [Mouthpiece Sports] And hey, you know how I know Jake Peavy is awesome? Because he beat the Royals, that’s how. I even read that in the […]

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Swishy & Javy: Still Not The Answer

Nicky the Swish and Javy T. Squeeze could save this team. HAHA no, just kidding. They couldn’t. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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More Advancement

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

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Gene Woj in Shank City

The Sox are going to lose this weekend. Even if they win, they lose. Unless they win. Which they will. Team of Destiny! [Mouthpiece Sports] Then again, no one loses until Derek Jeter loses. Because he’s so AWESOME!!! Almost as awesome as Gordon Beckham. No, actually, WAY AWESOMER , says the #1 fan of the […]

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Keys, Schmeys: What The Sox Really Need To Do Is A Whole Lot Of Everything

Taking issue with what everyone says about everything, everwhere in all of Soxland.

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It’s the Question That Drives Us

It’s the question that brought you here. You know the question, just as I did. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Dismantlement Plan

Sale! Sale! Everyone MUST GO! Seriously. All of them. Now.

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It’s Not the Spotlight

“Sox-Rangers” just doesn’t have that contentious, national-level ring to it.

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Previewing Tomorrow’s News

With Opening Day postponed due to hilariously inclement weather, let us offer up suggestions for the back page headline of tomorrow’s Sun-Times: Snow Way! Snow-Hitter Say It Ain’t Snow! Snow-pening Day Home Snow-pener That’s a White Sox Win-ter Good God, What A Terrible City We Live In Where It Snows During Baseball Season Stay tuned!

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Joe Posnanski Gets It Right, As Usual

The new last word on the state of sportswriting from one of the best: I have never believed anything except that sportswriters must stay separate, that we must keep a healthy distance, that we must report on sports using the same tools and techniques and strategies that every journalist is taught at a very young […]

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Spring Kings Sing Things, Bring Strings

Why not to pay too much attention to the first three weeks of Spring Training.

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