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Name: South Side Sox
Description: A White Sox blog, formerly Cheat's ChiSox Blog
URL: http://southsidesox.com
RSS Feeds: Chicago White Sox - http://southsidesox.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): White Sox
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-04-29 07:48:20
  
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Following up: New reporters, no new reports on Jose Quintana
Plus: The timeline of Tim Anderson’s contract extension Jose Quintana has kept a low profile after Colombia broke his heart the way his White Sox teammates routinely do. He’l...

Gamethread: White Sox vs. Athletics
Miguel Gonzalez is on the mound TV: whitesox.com Lineup: To...

Tim Anderson did what he could with contract extension
Shortstop could actually come out ahead in arbitration years, at a cost of delaying free agency two years It’s been a couple years since we’ve seen the front side of an early extension, and it seems even longer than that. In the two years since

Moncada, Giolito, Fulmer, Kopech, and Lopez among today’s spring cuts
The White Sox make another round of expected moves. The White Sox continued their weekly moves by optioning top prospects Yoan Moncada, Lucas Giolito, Carson Fulmer, and Reynaldo Lopez to Charlotte. Michael Kopech was also reassigned to minor league camp. While many people...

Fun with White Sox Catch Probability
Ken Harrelson's first rule of baseball A couple weekends ago, MLBAM released version 1.0 of Catch Probability, an advanced metric for outfield defense derived from Statcast data. You can read more about it 

Tim Anderson contract breakdown
The Chicago White Sox have made it official announcing the six-year contract with shortstop, Tim Anderson. Here is the breakdown of Anderson's salary: *2017: $850,000 *2018: $1,000,000 *2019: $1,400,000 *2020: $4,000,000 ...

The future of the White Sox lies beyond early extensions
Great contracts alone couldn’t hoist the club above .500 in the first rebuild Catching up with old friends over the last few days brought A Christmas Carol into spring training. In chronological order, we have: The extension that worked out: Chris Sale,

 

 
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