Sunday, December 5, 2021

LaRussa praises White Sox for not breaking unwritten rules in series loss to Astros

Because Tony LaRussa is an old-school stickler for the unwritten rules of baseball, the White Sox manager sang his team’s praises for their poor performance in the ALDS, in which the Astros routed them 10-1 and eliminated in four games.

Carlos Rodón dedicates no-hitter to the memory of Eloy Jiménez

Moments after completing his no-hitter of Cleveland, White Sox hurler Carlos Rodón dedicated his gem to the memory of teammate Eloy Jiménez.

LaRussa drunk-dials Tim Anderson

Less than a day after Tony LaRussa's February 2020 DUI arrest broke, the new White Sox skipper attempted to break the ice with Tim Anderson by placing a long-awaited phone call to the team's star shortstop. There was only one problem.

Report: LaRussa was White Sox 2nd choice to Jim Fregosi who died in 2014

White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf was waxing nostalgic this week as he pondered who his team's next manager should be.

100,000 people already claiming to have been at Giolito’s no-hitter

White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito threw a no-hitter against the Pirates last night and an estimated 100,000 people are already claiming to have seen it live -- despite no fans being in attendance due to Covid-19 limitations.

MLB cancels all 6 Abreu HRs due to use of ‘banned substance’

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Monday morning that he was wiping out the six home runs Jose Abreu hit this weekend at Wrigley Field due to the White Sox slugger's use of a banned substance.

Nick Swisher responds to Ozzie Guillen’s criticism

Earlier this week, Ozzie Guillen went public with his hatred of Nick Swisher during Swisher's one season with the White Sox. Today, Swisher responded.