When the 2009 Sox lose is there anything much to wonder other than how it will effect manager Ozzie Guillen? WSI's George Bova is one more Sox Fan bummed about a lousy season, but will Kenny Williams do about it?
September 20... Chronic Offensive Slumber Continues
Freddy Garcia went eight strong and only surrendered two runs. He deserved a much better fate than he received, as his offense squandered two scoring opportunities.
Bill Mercer speaks!
It was a revolving door of talent inside the White Sox broadcast booth through the years the franchise struggled for financial survival on the South Side. Bill Mercer remembers those years sharing the booth with legend Harry Caray and the crazy times surrounding the team, the players, and Old Comiskey Park! It's another EXCLUSIVE interview by Mark Liptak for the totally biased Sox Fans of White Sox Interactive!
September 13... Buehrle Sharp, but One Mistake- and His Offense- Cost Him
Mark Buehrle had a great outing, only giving up three runs (two earned) on five hits in seven innings, but the offense went back to sleep after the first, squandering a handful of scoring opportunities throughout the rest of the game.
September 7... A for Effort, F for Timing
Mark Buehrle wins for first time since perfect game and Sox show life by taking 3 of 4 from Boston, but with only 23 games left in season, it's too little, too late.
September 6... Danks Deals, but Offensive Slumber Returns
Despite John Danks taking the mound and giving the Sox another gutsy performance against the tough Boston Red Sox, it wasn't enough; the offense resumed the slumber we've seen so often.