Brooks Boyer Speaks!
Brooks Boyer is the Sox vice-president and chief marketing officer. He gets much of the credit for finally connecting in a big way the Sox marketing effort with the passionate (if not obstinate) legions of winning-obsessed fans that take their Sox baseball seriously. Now he speaks directly to WSI's totally biased Sox Fans about a range of topics important to us in this EXCLUSIVE interview. As if by fate, WSI's Mark Liptak gets insights into Brooks' state of mind about the state of the Sox radio booth just BEFORE the announcement of Steve Stone's move into the booth earlier this spring. Enquiring Sox Fans want to read all about it!
Where Credit is Due: '08 Sox
Mediocrity is served up in over-sized portions to Chicago sports fans, but one team's fan base perseveres like none other in what is too generously called America's Second City. Sox Fans go forward in 2008, stronger for the experience of where they've been and confident about the future, too... like any other champion. A call to arms from WSI's George Bova!
Sox Radio Redux
Was somebody listening when WSI's Hal Vickery complained about the quality of the first Sox radiocast of the 2008 season? We do more than our share of complaining at WSI but always for a good cause -- and what Sox Fan can argue that the upgrade of adding Steve Stone to the radio booth is a significant one? WSI's Hal Vickery is pleased with the change!
Steve Stone Speaks!
He was there for the Dick Allen era. He was a rotation stalwart for the wild South Side Hitmen of 1977. He won a Cy Young award pitching for Baltimore, and now Steve Stone returns to Chicago's South Side to talk Sox baseball with WSI's totally biased Sox Fans! An EXCLUSIVE interview by Pascal Marco in Arizona!
Thriller in Glendale?
In Tucson the Sox are back in town getting ready for opening day, but outside Phoenix the City of Glendale is getting ready to welcome the newest Chicago transplants! Glendale is thrilled to host the Sox and WSI's Pascal Marco has a local's perspective for freezing Sox Fans to warm themselves dreaming about!
Mid-Season Form: Sox radio style!
The first Sox games are back on the radio waves, but that doesn't mean anything has changed for the better since last summer. It's mid-season form reports WSI's Hal Vickery -- and that's not a good thing for Sox Fans!