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West Coast Post Mortem
What to do to fix the trouble every time the Sox travel to the west coast? No firm answers, but WSI's Dave Schmitt has plenty of opinions!
Hope springs eternal!
How much wear and tear on the bullpen will the poor outings by the Sox starting rotation have on the '02 Sox? WSI's Dan Helpingstine offers a historical perspective, courtesy former Sox GM Roland Hemond!
Maybe another pitcher?
Though the Sox rebounded nicely from the debacle in Oakland, it's becoming more obvious another pitcher is needed for the rotation. The shuttle to Charlotte has started! This and more from WSI's Dave Schmitt.
Konerko vs. Cameron
The Sox traded one for the other back in 1998. Now critics suggest it was a lousy move. WSI's Andrew Ritchie runs the numbers and doesn't like the results. The debate rages on!
Parque & Rauch
Two Sox pitchers are demoted to AAA Charlotte. WSI's Hal Vickery knows we'll see one of them back at Comiskey, but will we see the other one ever again?
Speaking of Oakland
Guess who is back in town. Hint: they wear white shoes even after Labor Day. WSI's Dave Schmitt shares his totally biased views!
I'm a Believer!
Oakland dampened the spirits of all Sox Fans, but WSI's Hal Vickery is a believer! Now about that lingering issue of home attendance...
Shades of 2000
The 2002 season seems more and more to parallel the glorious 2000 Sox campaign. However, WSI's Dan Helpingstine also sees parallels to 1994, too. Not good!
Beating the Tribe's drum!
Six of seven wins over Cleveland is good enough for most Sox Fans, and WSI's Dave Schmitt is no exception. Plus Kenny's moves and sticking up for Comiskey, too. One more Sox Fan's opinion!
MOR(e) ON Sox Attendance!
The Sox complete their first successful series at home, and the Chicago media wastes no time covering the REAL story, their compulsive infatuation with empty seats at Comiskey. WSI's Dan Helpingstine offers the most insightful column on the subject Sox Fans will find anywhere.
A Better Ballpark for Sox Fans!
A third phase of renovations at Comiskey is carried out, while the Cubune plays hardball with the neighborhood, wrapping their ballpark in ugly plastic. WSI's Hal Vickery wonders how Sox Fans will respond in the final segment of this series.
A Ballmall for Chicago?
The Sox succeed in building a modern new ballpark to compete in the modern era, but troubles become obvious almost immediately. In part two of his three-part series, WSI's Hal Vickery recounts the failed expectations of New Comiskey.
Chicago's Ballparks
Jerry Reinsdorf bought the Sox, and the Tribune Company bought the Cubs within months of each other in 1981. In the first of this three-part series, WSI's Hal Vickery contrasts the early years for each ownership group, the fate of two franchises tied to their respective ballparks.
Dealing with Denial
The Sox organization has made significant strides to overcome fan discontent that was building through the 1990's. Now WSI's Dan Helpingstine suggests perhaps the team ought to take the next step and come out of denial about the roots to lingering fan resentments.
REAL Baseball Returns!
A two-week road odyssey ends with the return of REAL baseball to the Windy City! WSI's George Bova recounts all the reasons tFor Sox Fans to dream big dreams, and minimize stomach distress.
Big Hurt Errors!
Frank impresses with his strength, and disappoints with his fielding. Is anybody surprised? Coaches who don't get the job done, and a manager canned for the same. WSI's Dave Schmitt shares his Sox Fan's perspective!
Sobering Facts for Sox Fans
While nearly six months of baseball remain to be played, the facts surrounding the importance of these games in April--and the payroll of winning playoff teams next October--is sobering bit of news for Sox Fans to deal with. WSI's Mark Liptak orders a round of stiff drinks for all of us!
Clues to our Sox season
A week into the season, stomach acid is already tearing at many Sox Fan's stomach. WSI's Hal Vickery remains calm, but suggests clues to our 2002 season are already apparent! Fear or fear not?
Panic on the South Side
A trio of scary games in Seattle has Sox Fans fretting unusually early in 2002, the battle over body armor intensifies, and Commissioner Selig accuses someone else of lying. Yeah Bud, but did they perjure themselves in front of Congress? WSI's Dave Schmitt provides the totally biased slant!
Sizing up the 2002 Sox
The beginning of a new season represents hope for every team. WSI's Hal Vickery takes a closer look at the 2002 squad that will bring us the elusive South Side baseball championship. Or will it?

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