White Sox Player of the Week
Mitch Ransdell's essay and sketch.
El Jucho blasted the dastardly Astros into orbit over the weekend. There may still be a Cy Young Award in his future
The White Sox offense began to perk up this week, with the Grilltop Kid leading the charge
The shuffled slugger does his best to make a positive overall impact on his struggling club
In an up-and-down season for the White Sox, Jake Burger has provided some surprising steadiness
The White Sox rookie dominated in his dazzling debut last week, despite a continuing drought of run support
The Texas Stallion shines and struggles in psychological start
The aspiring ace continues his master class in hurling straight fire, just when the White Sox need him the most.
The White Sox ace took on a rogues gallery of Angels, despite being dragged under by a foundering offense.
In the throes of a dismal losing streak, a pitcher’s overdue debut becomes the antidote for hard times.
Timmy’s back, and he’s brought a bag full of good vibes to the White Sox clubhouse.
There’s a mustachioed menace on the mound. His name? You already know his name.
We’re back, with a weekly sketch and essay from our double-threat artist/writer!
With an artist’s touch, Los sculpted a career-defining year and created one of the most impressive comeback tales in recent memory.
As a subtle victory over Detroit brings an important milestone, ol’ Bigfoot reminds us that 2019 was no fluke.
TA7’s sizzling bat did most of the talking last week, as he lifted two homers in the White Sox clincher over Cleveland
In a dominant display against the Angels, Sheets shows that he’s the right fit for the White Sox’ metaphorical mattress.
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
A bastion of confidence, the burly hurler lets out a bellow and dominates when duty calls
After skidding under three games of Yankee rubber, Pito’s power revved up the White Sox bench for a dominant homestand