James Fegan sees the pitching prospect of Christmas Future, Zack Moser seeks subtext in BASEketball, and David Temple supplies a one-act play.
The White Sox may not have picked the best year to gut their pitching staff.
The latest in SSS theater, or the latest evidence that ballplayers are people with feelings and anxieties?
On reports of disagreements.
In a season of adjustments, Chris Sale has been only occasionally dominant. Wednesday was one of those occasions, but it still didn’t look exactly right.
St. Louis avoids breaking the bank, but picks up a useful left-hander signed through 2017.
If there’s one thing you’ll remember 50 years from now about the 2016 season, it’ll probably be this.
The White Sox have slipped from the top of the playoff race, but they’ve improved their 25-man roster.
It’s only two starts, but James Shields looks awful.
Lots of roster moves on the South Side, but will it actually help?
Justin Morneau returns to the AL Central and Ike Davis returns to New York.
Chicago takes James Shields off San Diego’s hands for a pair of prospects.
Until Abreu hits like his past (if not every indicator) suggests he should, the White Sox won’t know what they really are.
Colin Walsh picked the wrong time to draw walks, Edwin Jackson’s out-making ability vanished, and Alex Guerrero bit off more than he could chew.
Even division rivals hope the Royals’ run doesn’t end on a grim injury.