Closing Out 2019

Congratulations to Tim Anderson on winning the American League Batting Title.

Jose Abreu has also won the American League RBI title with 123 Runs Batted In

At the end of the 2019 season the Sox finished with 72 Wins and 89 loses. 28.5 games out of 1st. The Tigers finished the season in the basement 53.5 games out of first.

This time last year the Sox finished the 2018 season with 62 wins and 100 loses and were 29 games out of first. The Royals had the worst record finishing 33 games out.


Who ever said this was a losing season needs to check their stats.

Thanks everyone for your support this season with my limited coverage.

Planning to be back in 2020

Injury Update September 14, 2019

Everyone listed is out for the rest of the season.

Manny Banuelos is listed indefinitely with a foot contusion.

Ryan Burr, Carlos Rodon and Michael Kopech all continuing recovery from Tommy John surgery.

Jay Jon was scheduled for hip surgery on September 5 but there has been no update.


**This year the Sox are locked in 3rd place with a win/loss record of 64 wins and 84 loses and are 25 games out of first.

**This time last year our record was 57 wins with 89 loses and were 25 games out of 1st. sitting in 4th place.

August 21, 2019 News and Injury Updates

Former Sox Pitcher David Robertson is out for the rest of the season with needing Tommy John surgery. David is currently with Philadelphia.

Ryan Burr, Michael Kopech, Carlos Rodon all continuing their recovery from Tommy John surgery

Manny Banuelos sent to Class A Advanced for a rehab assignment

Carson Fulmer placed on 10 day injury list, still dealing with hamstring tightness as of August 17

Yoan Moncada was sent to triple A for his rehab assignment on August 16.

** As of August 20, we are

56 wins with 68 loses and 19.5 gams out. I think I can safely say we are locked in at 3rd with the Royals 31 games out.

This time a year ago the Sox were: 47 wins with 77 loses and 25 games out.

The Sox are currently in Minnesota for a series with the Twins.


**Spring Training opens February 22, 2020

Hall of Fame

On Behalf of A Season with the Chicago White Sox and the Weavers Sports Desk/Fox Den Sports we would like to congratulate Harold Baines on his induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Frank Thomas and Ron Kittle were both in attendance along with many White Sox Fans


BTW — Harold was elected on the first round of voting.

Baby Rodon

Congrats to Carlos and Ashley Rodon as they welcomed Willow O’orea Rodon in the the world at 11:00 Chicago time.

Willow weighted in at 8 pounds 4 oz

Sox News for July 8th

At the the Sox game today against the Scrubbies, the Sox presented All Star Jerseys to Jose Abreu, James McCann and Lucas Giolito.

As of July 7th/July 8th in the standings we are 42 wins/44 loses and are 12.5 games behind the Minnesota Twins.

On this date a year ago we were 30 wins/59 loses and were 20 games behind Cleveland.

**Injury List**

Tim Anderson — listed to return in late July.

Manny Banuelos — Left shoulder inflammation. No return date

Ryan Burr, Michael Kopech and Carlos Rodon– Recovering from Tommy John Surgery. 2020 return

Welington Castillo — Left Oblique Strain.

Nate Jones — recovering from forearm surgery. 2020 return.



Vale Tyler Skaggs

Here at a Season with the White Sox and the Weavers Sports Desk/Fox Den Sports,  We would like to offer our condolences to the Los angeles Angels and the family of Tyler Skaggs on the news of his passing.

Tonights Angels game has been postponed.

Sox News June 4/5

Congrats to Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito being names the pitcher of the week.

All Star voting is open until June 21

As of today we are sitting 3rd in the league on 29 wins/31 losses at 11.5 games back.

Last year on this date we were 18 wins/38 loses at 16.5 games back.

Injury List : Pitchers Ryan Burr and Ian Hamilton both listed on the 10 day list, with no return date listed at the writing of this blog.

Jon Jay is with the Double A team as of June 3 for his rehab assignment.

Nate Jones, Michael Kopech and Carlos Rodon all listed for the 2020 season.

Our Condolences to

The Chicago Cubs and the Buckner family at the passing of Bill. He was 69

Bill played for the Chicago Cubs, L.A Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, California Angels and the Kansas City Royal during his career.



A Little Bit of History

During the game with Houston yesterday the White Sox did something that not a lot of teams have done, in the same game.

A Triple Play and a Grand Slam.

May 18, 2016 and July 8 2016 was the last time the Sox turned a triple play, let alone 2 in the same year.

Charlie Tilsons 1st Grand Slam of his career came in the top of the 6th inning.

The Sox are only the 4th team in the last 40 years to do this.

The Sox are currently 22 wins with 26 losses, 10.5 games out. A year ago we were 15 win with 31 losses, 13 games out.