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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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Peavy In, Peavy Out

The best thing to do with Jake Peavy is a resounding “yes.” Just ask someone. Anyone, really. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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So This Is The Way The Rotation Ends

Jose Contreras. Anybody remember that guy? He used to work here. Model employee, some might say. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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His Win Is Their Impending Losses

Jose Contreras dominates again. What an awful, awful turns of events.

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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]

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Meet Charlie Robertson

Only two men in Chicago White Sox history have thrown perfect games. Charlie Robertson is the other.

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Number Five: Alive?

Remember those eight consecutive starts where Clayton Richard was not very good? That’s all over now, right? Right? Maybe, but let’s consider the context of last night’s gem: Richard threw a great game, no question about it. Prior to that, Richard’s last quality start came May 29th. Not in June. Not in July. May. Even […]

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Bobby J = A O K

Bobby Jenks is not suddenly a bad pitcher. Right? RIGHT? [Mouthpiece Sports]

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The 2005 White Sox Reunion Tour Continues

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

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Wave of the Future!

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

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Not Even Confidence Can Save Them

The Sox’ pitching coach can work a lot of miracles, but perhaps some All-Star relievers were simply not meant to be salvaged.

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“Meaning” Is Such A Strong Term

Only three games? ONLY three games? Might as well have been the 490 before them.

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White Sox Pitching Laughs at Hope, Accusations, Offers

If attitude is everything, this season is going to be awesome.

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The Time They Won a Game

How losing Mark Buehrle could end up the best thing that happens to the 2009 Chicago White Sox.

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King Salomon

There’s a little town just beneath the floodline that needs somebody with the right style.

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And Then There Were Four and a Half

A first-place softball team, a black hole at the back end of the rotation and questions about Jose Contreras. The 2004 AL Central race is going to be an interesting one.

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