The White Sox make history on July 31, as Kenny Williams pulls off the biggest trade of his nine-year tenure as Sox GM, while on the field the White Sox run the Yankees out of business. Let the good times roll!
July 27... Business as Usual at the ****hole
Inept homer or nothing offense? Check. Terrible defense? Check. Twins get key hit late in game to take lead? Check. Sox robbed in 9th by good defense? Check. Sox lose? Checkmate.
July 26... Jenks Collapses Again, Sox Lose in 10
The Sox came back and took the lead in the fifth, only to have Jenks blow his second save this week, eventually costing the Sox this much-needed victory.
July 24... Sox Drop Double-Dip to Detroit
Emotionally spent from Thursday’s Perfect Game by Mark Buehrle, the Sox lose both ends of a double header to Detroit and fall 2.0 games out of first place in the AL Central.
July 10... Sox Get Blackburn-ed
The White Sox couldn’t quite battle back from John Danks’ first inning meltdown. It was just too many walks and too much Nick Blackburn at the Hump Dome tonight, as the Twins prevailed 6-4.
July 7...Konerko Says: "Back up the Choo-Choo Train!"
Shin-So Choo did what he could early to get the Tribe's train going, but Paul Konerko backed that train up, having himself a memorable night in the process, on a tepid evening on the right side of Chicago.