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I’m a 34-year-old White Sox fan from the southwest suburbs. I also write for FutureSox and coordinate most of their MLB Draft and international coverage. I teach sixth grade English in a special education setting, and I coach high school football as well as track and field at the junior high. I don’t believe in the Cubs and White Sox rivalry and push against that thought process. I’m far more concerned with the exploits of the other teams harbored in the American League Central. The Cleveland Indians ruined my childhood and I enjoy when bad things happen to them.

La Russa Needs to Step Up — or Step Out

But remember, this is what Jerry Reinsdorf wanted

South Side Sox on the Farm Podcast 1 — Happy Opening Day!

Two of our top minors aces, James Fox and Darren Black, hop on with Brett Ballantini for a debut of a new SSS program!

An Insider’s Glimpse at the 2021 White Sox Roster

In the wake of Eloy Jiménez’s injury, Zack Collins and Andrew Vaughn figure to see an uptick in playing time

South Side Sox Slackcast 1 — A Text Podcast Sounds Exactly Like Something We’d Do

Brett Ballantini and James Fox spend a second or two on Slack debating the roster and the merits of Nik Turley

Stellar Bullpen the Biggest Strength for 2021 White Sox

On paper, nobody’s better — and the Crochet/Kopech duo could make it unbeatable

It’s World Series or Bust for the 2021 White Sox

Rick Hahn’s bold first day in Glendale paves a path for perceived South Side domination

More Starting Pitching Imperative for White Sox

The bridge to Dylan Cease and Michael Kopech is currently as flimsy as can be

South Side Sox Podcast 18: Liam Hendriks Signs With the Sox

Brett Ballantini hosts James Fox to discuss the recent signing — and where the White Sox go from here

Liam Hendriks, Come on Down!

The fireballer soon may shift from the Southern Hemisphere to the South Side, to join the White Sox

South Side Sox Podcast 14: Filling out the White Sox roster

Brett Ballantini and James Fox team up to address some of the smaller-headline items, as the offseason presses on