So it has been a week Sox fans. So much hope seemed to just come crashing to the ground, Spring training has just started and the Sox have played two games. Let's dive into a quick recap of the week's news. Yoan Moncada reported to spring training and was placed at third base. It … Continue reading The Week in White Sox (2/17-2/24)
This is the issue with the messaging that comes out of the front office, no one knows who is in charge, and if it is Kenny, Jerry Reinsdorf needs to stop putting Hahn out there and the other way around.
Well, the day has finally come. After months of waiting and trying to retain some sense of sanity, Manny has made his decision. That decision was not the Chicago White Sox, sadly. How could this be though? The Sox were the reported favorites for months. They signed/traded for his family and friends. They were the … Continue reading Why Missing On Machado Hurts So Bad
According to Jeff Passan from ESPN Manny Machado has agreed to terms with the San Diego Padres, details are still at this point unknown on the term and dollars. We will be covering this and its impact on the White Sox as well as continuing our Advanced Stat week. Keep it here folks and as … Continue reading Machado made his decision
Let's take a look at a potential free agent the White Sox could be eying. Another very familiar player for White Sox fans and good clubhouse presence for this team. Mike Moustakas, much like kelvin Herrera who was signed by the Sox earlier this week, made his debut for the Royals in 2011 and was … Continue reading A Closer Look at a Moose
Rich Hahn is throwing a party, and all of Manny Machado's friends are invited. Today they inked outfielder Jon Jay to a deal, he made his debut in 2010 for the Cardinals. He has played for the Cardinals, Padres, Cubs, and split last season between the Royals and Diamondbacks. Jon is a guy who gets … Continue reading Why Jon Jay You Ask
It is a slow week here at Sox Sided Headquarters since our dear friends Manny and Bryce have decided to wait until the New Year to make their decisions. Rick Hahn and White Sox Nation have done everything they could to encourage those future Hall of Famers to set up camp at 35th and Shields. … Continue reading The All Illinois Team