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Analysis

The White Sox are poised for a run

After a shocking sweep of the Yankees on Sunday, the South Siders are well-positioned to get hot

Lefties key to breaking the White Sox lineup imbalance

The South Siders’ struggles against righthanders dates back to 2020

White Sox playoff chances have rebounded, but championship hopes feel sunk

The ship is slowly righting itself, but the work is far from done.

Hendriks, Foster lead resurgent bullpen

And guess what? It’s a key to the team’s current hot streak

Can small ball fix the dead ball?

Let’s find a lineup that takes the sting out of this new dead-ball era.

Cracking the Top 100

In a farm struggling to re-establish value internally, some players are making some noise in the rankings.

Tuesday Morning Thoughts: How likely is another Crosstown Trade?

Last July, the White Sox and Cubs pulled off one of the most shocking trades of the deadline. Although the South Siders would love to forget last summer’s mistake, could they connect again for another deal in 2022?

Tim Anderson keeps adding to his game at the plate

As the offense flounders, Chicago’s All-Star shortstop has never hit better.

Sleeping in the bed Rick and Jerry made

This is the team that Rick Hahn and Jerry Reinsdorf wanted. Now, they need to find a way to recreate the depth signings that saved the 2021 season.

Are you enjoying the ride?

While we haven’t reached the Five Stages of Grief quite yet, it is possible the White Sox don’t right themselves.

Reasons for Optimism: An elite staff is right around the corner

You’re not gonna believe this, but things are about to get better.

Enough with the lineup games

It’s time for Tony La Russa to stop trying to game the margins and put his best players on the field.

Way too early AL Central analysis

It’s only the second week of the season, but hey.

Tuesday Morning Thoughts: The White Sox are miles ahead of their division

Throughout the offseason, AL Central foes continually added, while the South Side additions were few and far between. Two weeks into the season, it looks as if Chicago remains far ahead.

Reasons for Optimism: April arms spring forward

After a heroic early 2021, somehow the White Sox pitching staff again is stepping into a leading role during the team’s hot start.

White Sox season set-up: big hopes and small fears

A somewhat sober presentation of potential highs and lows for 2022.

No-Fly Zone, with Aaron Bummer

Getting the southpaw setup expert back to 2019 results, with a simple tweak.

Magic 8-ball: A look into Luis Robert’s future

With two shortened seasons behind him, Luis Robert’s breakout may now be underway.

Can Dallas Keuchel have a bounce-back season?

He’ll have to, to help a possible World Series run.

Three Reasons for Optimism

Reese McGuire’s reality, Andrew Vaughn’s possibility, and Luis Robert’s new normal.

For a change, depth was a crucial part of a White Sox win

Does the home opener give us any ideas about the South Siders’ outlook on the season?

In a limited role, McGuire can provide a big impact

The White Sox finally have found a reliable backup catcher.

Threading the needle with Andrew Vaughn

Preparing for the future without sacrificing the urgency to win now.

MLB 2022 Season Preview

What should we expect around baseball this year?

SSS Staff Predictions 2022: How far will the White Sox go?

Everyone is on board with a division win ... and for some, a World Series is in the cards

Johnny Cueto’s race to the majors

The right-handed pitcher has signed a minor league contract with Chicago, with an earmarked spot in the White Sox rotation ASAP.

White Sox vs. Cubs: RIVALRY ROW (the British kind)

The definitive head-to-head guide for your South Siders and the team from the Lakeview East Shopping Plaza

Farewell Kimbrel, we hardly knew ye

GM Rick Hahn has pulled off an impressive trade, sending Craig Kimbrel to L.A. in exchange for outfielder AJ Pollock.

White Sox: Still in the catbird seat

Even twisting projections to benefit Chicago the least, it’s hard to see how anyone in the AL Central overcomes the South Siders in ’22.

Jerry Reinsdorf: The man who called baseball a public trust

And didn’t believe a word of it.

Let’s solve this thing all in one swoop

Give the owners what they really want.

White Sox Offseason Needs: Outfielders

Among many solid options for 2022, one player stands above the rest.