The 2002 Sox finish precisely at .500, swept in Minnesota to end the season. WSI's Mark Liptak recounts one of the most frustrating seasons in franchise history. But hey, we're still better than the Cubs!
Sept. 21... Statement Game!
The Sox definitely got the attention of the Twins with this effort, a 14-4 thrashing to a team that already has major question marks entering the post-season. T.S say Sox Fans! Sox win 14-4 and go over .500!
Mike Andrews Speaks!
As sad as it may seem, out of control fans approaching ballplayers on the field is not something new. Sox secondbasemen of the red pinstripes era, Mike Andrews discusses the Don Buford incident he witnessed at Old Comiskey, and many fonder memories of his playing days on the South Side. It's another EXCLUSIVE interview from WSI by Mark Liptak!
Play the Kids!
A crop of kids make their mark for the Sox at the big league level, but October baseball remains unattainable for Sox Fans. Can WSI's Dave Schmitt find a silver lining? No more labor strike talk, of course!
Sox losing to A-ball?
The fall in Sox attendance nearly matches the rise in minor league attendance around Chicago. There are now four A-ball teams that call Chicago's suburbs home. Has the failure of Reinsdorf's Sox on the playing field and in the marketing department opened the door to these small-time promoters?
Sox by the Numbers!
Who wore #6 for our Sox? Who wore Billy Pierce's #19 before it was retired in 1987? All this and plenty more from WSI's Mark Liptak. That's right, Sox Fans! Another EXCLUSIVE from White Sox Interactive!
Sox at the Crossroads
The 2000 championship season drifts further into the past and the Sox approach 2003 needing to choose what direction to follow next. WSI's Dan Helpingstine wonders what the future holds for Sox Fans, and when this team will finally get over the hump, in the standings and the box office.