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Sharing Sox Podcast 89 — It’s over! It’s over!

On to the ghoulish, October Hahnted house

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The Hollow Men

Are the White Sox a professional franchise, or something lesser?

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The end of Projecting the AL Central race

Cleveland, as predicted, wins the division. But boy, did they make it look easy

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Cue the corpulent chorine

The weighty warbler waves winning away

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Young, dumb, and broke(n)

The White Sox took my youth, my mental energy, and my money — all in one season

Projecting the AL Central race: September 20

Unless the White Sox sweep Cleveland this week, the race may be over

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What am I feeling, exactly?

When die-hard meets die, hard

Projecting the AL Central race: September 16

This week, basically, the predictions were spot-on and Cleveland remains in the driver’s seat

Projecting the AL Central race: September 12

The Guardians just keep sprinting, now back to three games better than predicted for the second half

What would Tony La Russa’s return mean for the White Sox?

Tony bad. Cairo good?

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Picking apart the limited-pickoffs rule

Reporting on the new 2023 restrictions has completely buried the lede; stolen base numbers are going to explode

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Sharing Sox Podcast 85 — The ogre is in the rearview mirror

HOFBP threatens to return, fans threaten to abandon

Projecting the AL Central race: September 8

The White Sox gain a game back vs. projections, but given their lousy second-half start, they need to step it up to take the division

Projecting the AL Central race: September 5

Cleveland falls back to the pack, in a division no one wants to win

Projecting the AL Central race: September 2

Think the series win for the White Sox starts to set things right? Not exactly

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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

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Lassitude; or, Why the Sox aren’t Serena

On good sports, bad sports, and the torpor of failure

Projecting the AL Central race: August 30

The White Sox fall to an embarrassing 2 1⁄2 games worse that predicted pace

Projecting the AL Central race: August 26

Cleveland continues to put distance between itself and its two pursuers

Is it finally time to give up on the 2022 White Sox?

Call for a dumpster, because this team is garbage

Projecting the AL Central race: August 23

Cleveland is still in command, but the White Sox have snuck past Minnesota in the forecast

White Sox Room Temperature Seat

All the key figures deserve to be fired, but who comes first?

It’s time to talk (again) about Tony

In La Russa We Trust — said no one

Projecting the AL Central race: August 19

Cleveland’s split vs. the Tigers drops them a step back to the pack, but not enough to steer it off-course toward a division win

Projecting the AL Central race: August 15

Cleveland continues to play better than anticipated, creating more and more distance from chasers Minnesota and Chicago

Projecting the AL Central race: August 12

The predictions get further off the rail, all in favor of Cleveland

Projecting the AL Central race: August 9

The predicted splits for all three clubs came to pass, erasing four more games off of the board

Projecting the AL Central race: August 4

The Guardians remain the only team playing better than anticipated, and that doesn’t bode well for Minny and Chicago

Projecting the AL Central race: August 1

Cleveland keeps moving ahead of its forecast, which could create distance in the race by October

Projecting the AL Central race

The least-formidable contender helps itself early

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Hell is .500

The misery of being bored

Justified hope, or dead cat bounce?

Is taking three from the Twins a good sign, or just one of those things?