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Divination from the Comiskey Brick: Nearly-midseason predictions

As we approach the All-Star Break, we reflect on our own mortality with the help of a nihilistic hunk of garbage that I paid $5 for

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Let’s put a lid on downer talk for a moment

And tip our hats to capping off the state of baseball

Music for the White Sox summer

A fan-made playlist for the 2023 season

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An Open Letter to Oneil Cruz

Major League Baseball’s 2023 rules have changed, and here’s what you need to know

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SSS Staff MLB Predictions 2023: NL West, power division

Shohei will reign again — and the Dodgers or Padres will take it all

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SSS staff White Sox predictions 2023: split decisions

Twenty-two staffers take a stab at how the South Siders will string us along this season

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White Sox release updated 2023 promotional schedule

Hey everyone, you still shouldn’t look at the tire-fire roster, here’s our FREE STUFF!

Stroll, my &%*(#$

MLB big thinkers better skedaddle

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White Sox Photo Day!

Our annual look at players posing buried in fielding gloves, adjusting batting gloves, and tossing baseballs in the air

Your 2023 White Sox schedule breakdown!

Like it or not — it’s baseball season now

The Official Unofficial 2023 White Sox Cope Guide

Here’s our handbook to surviving the summer

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South Side Sox Top 20: The Best Stories of 2022

Promotions, breaking news, season-long pain ... and Tony, Tony, Tony!

New Year? New White Sox

Here are some New Year’s Resolutions, as Auld Lang Syne plays softly in the distance

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South Side Soxivus 2023: Gifts

This Christmas morning, some of our staffers share what they hope they could give the White Sox for 2023

Grandma Got Run Over by a Reinsdorf

A very White Sox song of the season

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Green Eggs and Hahn

As the Winter Meetings approach, a Seussian twist

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White Sox release 2023 promotional schedule

Hey everyone, don’t mind the tire-fire roster, here’s FREE STUFF!

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SSS Staff Predictions 2022, revisited: Well, that didn’t go as planned

Everyone was on board with a division win, which means we were all WAY off

SoxivusFest 2022: Feats of Strength

We’ve aired our Grievances, including the White Sox canceling SoxFest. So we’re creating our own SoxFest fun

Halfway to April Fools’ Day: White Sox win, 3-1, remain two games behind Cleveland in division race

If the South Siders had won or led the season series with the Guardians, Royals and Twins by just the slimmest of margins, this is the game story you’d be reading now

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The Stale Princes of 35th & Shields

In a South Side Sox exclusive, we preview the upcoming documentary that tells the story of the ill-fated NBC Sports Chicago tweet

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I, for instance, always cry at Sox games

Dispatches from a ballpark of broken dreams

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Of course Jerry won’t sell

But if he donates, there’s a win-win-win, and keep-on-winning solution

White Sox Pride

Adrian Serrano’s latest and best design — the All Sox — takes the team’s inclusivity efforts to another level

F*ck It, Let’s Keep Competing!

If there’s anyone who can rally this ragtag 2022 White Sox team to the postseason, it’s cowboy Johnny Cueto — and designer Adrian Serrano

The best 98 cents ever spent

A fictionalized remembrance of the most-hyped rock n’ roll riot in major league history

South Side Eleanor Rigby

Sing for your next recital, ideally with an accompanying ensemble of kazoos and armpit farts

The Walk Heard ’Round the World

The night Leury Legend truly became legendary

Fire Rick!

Completing the matching set with Fire Tony, Rick Hahn gets the cannon treatment in our latest store offering

The Importance of Being Hall-of-Famer Baseball Person

A play in one act

Fire Tony!

La Russa gets the cannon treatment, in our latest store offering

It’s Gio Day, baby!

Ali White and Adrian Serrano combine forces to create a keeper T-shirt honoring Lucas Giolito