White Sox Player of the Week
Mitch Ransdell's essay and sketch.
The Cuban crusher is on track for two dozen doubles, despite his stunted season.
Filling in for an injured Tim Anderson might be intimidating for some. But for human Swiss Army knife Leury García, it’s just another night under the lights.
YoYo waits in the wings before his long-anticipated debut in our weekly honors.
Can the tough-talking high school basketball star from Tuscaloosa become the face of Major League Baseball? Some say he already is.
After a dreamy comeback, the Big Baby jumps in the team bus and buckles in. Destination? October
Walk-off magic aside, B Good is a welcome ingredient in the White Sox melting pot
In Tony La Russa’s chess game, Eagle Eye Vaughn can match any piece on the board
The South Side pitcher wraps up a pair of starts into a Giolito burrito (coming soon to a grocery store near you!)
Burger doubles and cheeses for the cameras in his sizzling South Side debut (OK, no more puns, I promise)
Despite falling short in the All-Star polls, the Pale Hose catcher knows his worth
The Yazmanian Devil waves away White Sox woes amid midseason doldrums
Lós torments the Tigers and tattoos Texas in a pair of no-hit bids
Victorious in his first eight starts against the Detroit Tigers, the White Sox righty is ready to take on the whole jungle
After skidding under three games of Yankee rubber, Pito’s power revved up the White Sox bench for a dominant homestand
In a month of sturdy play, Nicky Two Strikes lives up to his moniker — and more
A graphic pummeling and quick comeback capped our MVPito’s powerhouse week
"How many basepaths must a man walk down, before you call him a man?" — Bob Dylan (Cease)
While Lance Lynn was out of the rotation, Kopey took flight with two solid starts last week
After returning from the injured list, TA7 is back and cooking (spaghetti)
In his dominant no-hitter, Los showed Chicago his fire
Amid April showers of major league applause, the Yerminator shows a slugger’s spirit
Facing tough competition from our weekly winners (Vaughn, Engel, Rodón), White Sox ace "Bigfoot" Giolito stomped through Scottsdale this past spring
After a sturdy spring showing, Los has staked his claim as a White Sox starter