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Nicky Delmonico finally feels healthy

The Chicago White Sox never expected Nicky Delmonico to come back the way he has in 2020 and there’s a reason for his newfound success. Nicky Delmonico returned to the Chicago White Sox on a minor league deal this past offseason and he made the most of his opportunities in spring training this year. In […] Chicago White Sox: Nicky Delmonico finally feels healthy - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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López shines as White Sox take rubber game

Securing a spot: López smiles as he walked off the mound after whiffing Whit Merrifield with his 110th pitch of the game. | Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images

Madrigal’s first career homer helps secure a 2-1 win for the South Siders

CHICAGO — Reynaldo López answered any questions about his readiness for the starting rotation with a resounding performance in Sunday’s 2-1 win over Kansas City.

The star-crossed Chicago starter spun a stellar seven shutout innings, striking out...

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Transaction retrospection: Eloy Jimenez-Jose Quintana trade

Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of Eloy Jiménez’s MLB debut. With that in mind, it’s an interesting time to look back at the blockbuster crosstown deal that brought the 23-year-old slugger to the South Side. Jiménez wasn’t the headlining name of that July 2017 swap. That was José Quintana, with good reason. The southpaw had emerged as one of the game’s most consistent, reliable starters. True, he always played second fiddle to Chris Sale, but he was perhaps the game’s...

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Luis Robert’s MLB debut is still highly anticipated

The Chicago White Sox and its fans are still incredibly excited to see Luis Robert make his MLB debut even though they have to wait a little longer. The Chicago White Sox are one of the teams that have to be the most upset with what is going on in the world with the global […] Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert’s MLB debut is still highly anticipated - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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How they are impacted by MLB-MLBPA deal

The Chicago White Sox and the rest of the MLB are impacted by the MLB-MLBPA deal that addresses the potentials of the pause. It is obviously no fun that the Chicago White Sox along with the rest of Major League Baseball are on pause due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We all want this thing to […] Chicago White Sox: How they are impacted by MLB-MLBPA deal - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Year of the Hamster

Mazara’s sacrifice fly saves the day!

Just enough: His 10th-inning fly ball wasn’t much, but it scored Adam Engel for the game-winner. | Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images

A lost 4-0 lead is redeemed with Anderson’s homer, 10th-inning rally

CHICAGO — Things got awfully blue in the seventh inning, as the Kansas City Royals melted a 4-0 lead and seemingly sent the Sox to a second straight loss.

But a two-run bomb from Tim Anderson in the eighth erased the deficit, and a rally from the bench mob in the 10th won the game in...

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Jonathan Stiever set to move up in prospect rankings

Many of the Chicago White Sox’s top prospects will be ascending to the majors over the next year and one player looks pretty likely to fill their shoes and keep the organization’s farm system in pristine condition. The Chicago White Sox boast one of the best systems in all of baseball currently with the help […] Chicago White Sox: Jonathan Stiever set to move up in prospect rankings - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Further details on the shape of a 2020 season

Power brokers: Reinsdorf, Manfred, and the rest of MLB ownership and brass have agreed to a basic 2020 framework — if there is to be a 2020 season. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

Regular season baseball could last to Halloween

Yesterday, several prominent baseball writers brought us the initial framework of how a 2020 season would play out, particularly with regard to service time and the amateur draft:

$170 million advanced to players over April and May, while baseball is...

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Three superstar RF to add in 2021

The Chicago White Sox could be looking to upgrade the right field position in 2021 and there are some superstars that might be available. The Chicago White Sox are a team that is almost ready to compete. The MLB season would have officially been underway if a global pandemic didn’t cancel Spring Training and delay […] Chicago White Sox: Three superstar RF to add in 2021 - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Owners, players agree service time, draft rules

Moving forward: Both owners and players have agreed to a basic structure for 2020. | Photo by Alejandra Villa Loarca/Newsday via Getty Images

Overall, everything’s still amorphous, but a few details have been hammered out. Hurrah!

A series of tweets from Jeff Passan of ESPN and Ken Rosenthal of the athletic breaks some significant news about how the 2020 MLB season will play out.

First, owners have agreed to advance $170 million to players over April and May, while baseball is idle. If...

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White Sox option RHP Kopech to Triple-A Charlotte

The Chicago White Sox optioned right-hander Michael Kopech to Triple-A Charlotte

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Rivalry Recap: White Sox vs. Royals

We are all missing White Sox baseball on the corner of 35th & Shields. Since today’s #CWSOpeningDay vs. Kansas City Royals is postponed, take a look back a few of the most memorable moments from previous meetings. Lucas Giolito takes no-hitter into 7th inning in 2019 debut (3/31/19): Tim Anderson Bat Flip (4/17/19): Matt Davidson becomes 4th player to have three-homer Opening Day (3/29/18): Must C: Davidson's three-HR day | 03/29/2018 Yoán Moncada’s first White Sox hit triples home...

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Rough sim start: White Sox cough away opener, 4-3

Final highlight: Eloy had hits in his first four at-bats in the OOTP opener at Sox Park. | Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Yoán Moncada throwing error is the difference

Well, it was a rough one, as the White Sox dropped their home opener in front of a frosty-cold crowd at Sox Park. Chicago wasted a valiant effort from Lucas Giolito (six innings, four hits, two walks, one earned, six Ks) and four hits from Eloy Jiménez in a fall-from-ahead loss to the Royals, 4-3.

Giolito had a rough...

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White Sox option Michael Kopech to Triple-A Charlotte

The White Sox have optioned right-hander Michael Kopech to Triple-A Charlotte, the team announced. Whenever the season gets underway, he’ll open on the minor-league side of things. That has long seemed like a formality. Kopech, 23, one of baseball’s premier pitching prospects, underwent Tommy John surgery late in 2018, shortly after making his big-league debut. He returned to game activity during Cactus League play before MLB’s shutdown but worked just one inning. It was an impressive...

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Watch: White Sox organist will bring you cheer on what was supposed to be Opening Day

Today is Thursday, March 26th, and before the COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down, it was supposed to be Opening Day for MLB. Most baseball fans are likely having a really hard time with this reality. I know I am. To bring some cheer into your life, we present to you Nancy Faust, the organist for the Chicago White Sox, who sent the following video to her son last week when he was struggling with life sans sports. Pure joy. Her bright light shines for all to see, and the music...

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Chicago White Sox optioning Michael Kopech has minimal impact

The Chicago White Sox decided to option Michael Kopech to Triple-A on Thursday, but it isn’t that meaningful in the grand scheme of things. The Chicago White Sox optioned Michael Kopech to Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday afternoon as Vinnie Duber of NBC Sports Chicago reported. Kopech, 23, made his return to game action this spring […] Chicago White Sox optioning Michael Kopech has minimal impact - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs,...

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White Sox and Bulls Support Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund

The Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls announced a commitment of $200,000 to support the Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund. In partnership with the City of Chicago and United Way of Metro Chicago, the Chicago Community Trust launched the Relief Fund to unite local giving and provide support among the region’s nonprofit organizations serving the most vulnerable communities. Service agencies and nonprofits are experiencing a surge in demand for services from communities significantly...

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Losing March/April is less than ideal this year

The Chicago White Sox are not starting the season on time along with the rest of baseball and that really hurts from a schedule standpoint. The Chicago White Sox were one of the most optimistic teams heading into the 2020 MLB season. They are a team that had one of the best offseasons in the […] Chicago White Sox: Losing March/April is less than ideal this year - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Chicago White Sox Opening Day: Still reason to smile

The Chicago White Sox would have had their Opening Day today at Guaranteed Rate Field but even though it isn’t happening there are reasons to smile. The Chicago White Sox would have been playing baseball today if a global pandemic didn’t cause Major League Baseball to shut down. They hope that this pause is temporary […] Chicago White Sox Opening Day: Still reason to smile - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Jose Abreu is their active WAR leader

The Chicago White Sox are a vibrant young team looking to take the next step this season. Jose Abreu remains a key piece to the core as they move forward. Major League Baseball put out a piece on each of its team’s active WAR leaders. To no one’s surprise, Jose Abreu is the active leader […] Chicago White Sox: Jose Abreu is their active WAR leader - Southside Showdown - Southside Showdown - A Chicago White Sox Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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