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Who says you can’t fire the team?

It’s time to give it a try

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Dylan Cease doesn’t have his slider

A glimpse of what’s underneath the 27-year-old’s sudden downturn

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What is next after the front office dismissals?

After the departures of Rick Hahn and Kenny Williams, the organization must avoid its past mistakes

Sure, we think they’re failures

But from their perspectives, they’re doing just great

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Chicago White Sox 2023 Draft Review: Collegiate Draftees: Picks 8-11, 13

A funky reliever, bat discipline slappers, a three-pitch starter and gold nugget at 13 get our analytical treatment in this edition

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2023 White Sox Draft Review: Collegiate Draftees: Picks 1-4, 6

Drilling down into the numbers that saw Jacob González, Grant Taylor, Seth Keener, Calvin Harris and Lucas Gordon drafted by the White Sox

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WAR, WAR, what is it good for?

What team but the White Sox could be so Seinfeldian?

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No, the White Sox should not trade for Jonathan India

With the trade deadline looming, Cincinnati’s second baseman is one trade candidate to avoid

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Five MLB-ready prospects the White Sox should target at the trade deadline

These prospects could step in and start contributing on Day One

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Is Andrew Vaughn OK?

OK's all he’s been to this point — and that’s the problem

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The overwhelming underperformance of Aaron Bummer, explained

Traditional statistics suggest the southpaw is having a bad year, but advanced stats tell a different story

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Time to apply the Rule of Threes

Mix up the pitching staff and starting rotation? The White Sox are in the perfect position to do it

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The small adjustment behind Luis Robert Jr.’s monster season

Going from a wide-open stance to a relatively closed one — plus a little relaxation — is paying dividends

White Sox, take a hike! Please!

It won’t reflect on your manhood. Honest

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The rise of Luis Robert Jr.

In a miserable season, one person has carried the Chicago White Sox on his back

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The trade the White Sox desperately need to make

It’s the only one that would really matter

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Where do the White Sox go from here?

The upcoming trade deadline leads to a number of questions for a team in limbo

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Coming up short (stop, that is)

Comparing White Sox shortstop defense through the years

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Stardom? Not here

The White Sox lack stars. Let’s uncover the last time they had a consistent superstar

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Then vs. now: State of the team

A comparison of the South Siders’ situation following another series loss to the Dodgers in June

Aren’t baseball trades supposed to have a point?

You know, a big picture-y thing

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Don’t just whine! Realign!

Time for the Central Divisions to be blown up

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South Side Sox Summary: Week 10

The undefeated Pale Hose; well, in June anyway

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South Side Sox Summary: Week 9

Liam’s coming back, and nothing else really matters

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The South Side Sox Summary: Week 8

Taking care of business

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How the rebuild stalled: A play in 10 acts

The crucial moments that set the White Sox rebuild up for failure

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The South Side Sox Summary: Week 7

Maybe, just maybe, Tony La Russa wasn’t the only problem

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The South Side Sox Summary: Week 6

The offense finally awakens from the dead

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Early peeks at the 2023 White Sox: The good, the bad, and the ugly

A stats breakdown of the season so far

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The Gavin Sheets issue

The struggling power hitter highlights long-term organizational weaknesses

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A Rick Hahn Assessment, Part Two: Free Agency

Unlike his modestly-positive work with trades, the free market is what has destroyed the White Sox over the past decade

Efficiency insufficiency hinders proficiency

Doesn’t do much for winning, either