White Sox Scorecard: Good Riddance to 2022

In the last week, the White Sox saw their playoffs finally evaporate.  After a great start to September where it looked like they had a great chance to catch Cleveland, it all disappeared with their disastrous series against Cleveland, followed by Seattle, Toronto, and Tampa Bay clinching wild card spots in the last few days. It was the end to a difficult, roller coaster season … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Good Riddance to 2022

White Sox Scorecard: Not a Fun Week at the Office

Last week, we led off the Scorecard with this line, “Three weeks to go in the regular season and this could be the White Sox’ make or break week.” Well, the Sox didn’t make it. It sure looks like they broke it. Later in last week’s column we said, “Losing the [Cleveland] series would push the White Sox to 5.5 games back, which would be … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Not a Fun Week at the Office

White Sox Scorecard: Cleveland Rocks and That Sucks

Three weeks to go in the regular season and this could be the White Sox’ make or break week. The White Sox are in striking distance of taking over the AL Central, but they will need to perform this week. Cleveland did not lay down last week and they probably won’t this week either. Here is what the action looked like last week: For the … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Cleveland Rocks and That Sucks

White Sox Scorecard: Hey Cleveland, Objects in the Mirror are Closer Than They Appear

Four weeks to go in the regular season and the White Sox couldn’t be playing much better. And their competitors are faltering. In the last week, September 5 to September 11 the White Sox remain hot. Here is what the action looked like last week: The White Sox took advantage of a lighter schedule and overtook the Twins for second place in the Division. Currently, … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Hey Cleveland, Objects in the Mirror are Closer Than They Appear

Would it be More Advantageous for the Yankees to Secure the Second Seed?

Now that September baseball is upon us, and the playoff race is coming to a head, the Yankees are in a good position to be playing in October. As of September 9th, they trail the AL best Houston Astros by five games. Catching up is entirely possible, but should that even be the Yankees goal? Sure, the AL team with the best record guarantees them … Continue reading Would it be More Advantageous for the Yankees to Secure the Second Seed?

White Sox Scorecard: Going in the Wrong Direction

In the last White Sox Scorecard, we talked about the White Sox’ road to the Playoffs. Given the close AL Central and AL Wild Card races, the White Sox have every chance to arrive at the playoffs if they can execute over the next six weeks. Let’s see how things are going so far. This Scorecard reviews the Sox play from August 19th to August … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Going in the Wrong Direction

White Sox Scorecard: Going for the Division Lead

The White Sox can’t be thrilled with the season, but the fact remains that with two weeks left in August and six weeks left in the season, the Sox are well within reach of a Wild Card or a Division championship. As it stands on August 18, the White Sox are two games behind Cleveland for the Divisional lead, one game behind Minnesota for second … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Going for the Division Lead

White Sox Scorecard: I Heard This Cease Guy Ain’t Half Bad

Dylan Cease came over to the White Sox from the Cubs in exchange for Jose Quintana. The Cubs also gave the White Sox Eloy Jimenez. Since going to the Cubs, Quintana’s ERA has bounced between 3.50 and 6.75. Quintana is having his best year since then, in 2022, with an ERA of 3.37 and he is already on his 3rd team of the year (St. … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: I Heard This Cease Guy Ain’t Half Bad

White Sox Scorecard: Breaking News, the White Sox Have No News

Over on the North Side of Chicago, the collective Cubs fan base held their breath waiting to find out the fate of Willson Contreras. There was suspension, high thrills, emotional goodbyes, and standing ovations. On the Southside of Chicago, the collective White Sox fans hoped, prayed, cheered, and crossed their fingers that….anything would happen. Just anything. Jokes were sprayed across social media – “Did the … Continue reading White Sox Scorecard: Breaking News, the White Sox Have No News