After their recent climb back to a .500 winning percentage, many fans of the South Side franchise are believing again.
The Tribe is slumping, the Twins are surging, and the Tigers are on top
If he gets there, he won’t be the only 3,000-hit man without a 200-hit season.
Surprise! They’re playing the games on the field again, not on paper and prognostications.
Has this year’s dismal start doomed the White Sox’s hopes?
Scoring is down this season, and I’m looking at you, Derek Jeter.
On March 24, 1951, Tommy Hilfiger was born. What does that have to do with baseball? Surely he could have designed better uniforms than these.
What are some things to look out for with the 2011 South Side Sox?
A look at the life and career of the recently-departed MLB skipper.
On January 29, 1960 Steve Sax was born. Sax’s career took him from Rookie of the Year to Simpsons guest star to “Steve Sax Syndrome.” Richard looks back on these moments and more.
TUCK! toons rings in 2011. Happy New Year everyone!
New Toon Mondays with TUCK! brand toons
On November 30, 1998 Randy Johnson signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks. This would prove to be one of the great contracts of all-time for a pitcher. Richard looks at this and other deals.
While Chicago and Detroit have suspect farm systems, this rivalry runs deep.
Twice-weekly TUCK! brand toons
The journeyman infielder has been unfairly consigned to a career in the minors. Someone needs to let him contribute … if it’s not already too late.
From Rookie of the Year to one of the majors’ least productive everyday players: a mechanical breakdown of Gordon Beckham’s struggles.
New Toon Thursdays with TUCK!
On March 25, 1951, Eddie Collins died. Richard looks back at the career of this all-time great player.
Let’s kick off THT’s annual preseason survey with a look at the South Side squad.