The White Sox ace finally gets hit, while Matt Harvey continues to get hit and Jackie Bradley continues to get hits.
Jose Abreau is off to a bad start that has the White Sox worried, but should they be?
The White Sox ace is having a sensational season, but even with his success he has made adjustments.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, except for when they change.
Looking at the precedents (or lack of precedents) for releasing a player like John Danks at a time like right now.
The Braves are bad, Sonny Gray was bad, the White Sox are good, and Steven Souza does quite the thing.
Kenta Maeda makes baseball history, the White Sox make baseball history, and Yasiel Puig just makes the Rockies sad.
In a dominating start this weekend, Chris Sale didn’t just have great stuff; he had incredible range.
Sale’s Cy Young campaign has started a touch slow.
The U.S. Cellular Field video system expenditure looks like a totally legal, yet gross misappropriation of state funds.
Opening Day is about lasting memories, but also completely forgettable non-memories.
Jerry Reinsdorf wants the White Sox to move on from the LaRoche saga without assigning blame to anyone, but there’s plenty to go around.
Former top prospect Jacob Turner’s role in Chicago is TBD.
The MLBPA has said it might file a grievance on behalf of Adam LaRoche. A labor lawyer weighs in.
The Adam LaRoche debacle is about clubhouse hierarchies, performance decline, an awkward social situation, and many millions of dollars.
Ruben Tejada is released, Johnny Cueto is rattled, and Adam LaRoche is retired.