Who’s Still In The Running For AL, NL MVP and Cy Young?

With that, time is running out for this year’s MVP and Cy Young Candidates to make cases for themselves. All four races look to be highly contested and full of tough decisions for voters. Let’s dive in and look at these races in each league.

Putting Chris Sale’s Breakout Season Into Perspective

Currently standing at 13-3 with a 2.59 ERA, Chris Sale has catapulted himself into the conversation of the league’s best.

White Sox Fans Should Be Optimistic as August Beckons

After answering the question marks on the ball club about a third baseman and depth in the bullpen and starting rotation, the Sox are in a pretty good place roster-wise and primed for the pennant race.

Chicago White Sox Have Bounced Back, But Can They Hang On Down The Stretch?

The Chicago White Sox entered today just 1.5 games ahead of the Detroit Tigers for the division lead, but there are plenty of reasons for optimism as they boast a roster with as much if not more talent than their 2005 squad, which won the World Series.

What Chicago White Sox GM Kenny Williams Should Do Before the Trade Deadline

When dissecting the Chicago White Sox current 25-man roster, the holes are few and far between. But there clearly are still a couple of question marks. So let’s take a deeper look at each of those areas of concern and discuss how we can expect Kenny Williams to address them.

Chicago White Sox ‘Historically Bad’ Farm System a Major Reason Sox Are In First Place

During the offseason, the White Sox farm system was labeled as “historically bad.” But is the Sox system really be that bad? While many may have said yes back in the winter, now some opinions have changed

My 2012 MLB All-Star Rosters and Lineups (What The Teams Should Look Like)

With the MLB All-Star Rosters being unveiled this weekend, I thought it was time to reveal what I have done yearly for about the past five seasons: my All Star teams. These rosters are, in my opinion, what the MLB All-Star teams should look like.

Call to the Bullpen MLB Podcast: Is Kevin Youkilis the Second City Solution?

In the first major trade of the 2012 MLB season, the Chicago White Sox traded Zach Stewart and Brent Lillibridge to the Boston Red Sox for the services of Kevin Youkilis. Seizing the opportunity, Corey and I decided to have the boss man, Jerod Morris, on to talk about how this deal will affect Chicago and to go into greater detail of what exactly the BoSox are getting in return.

Chicago White Sox Have a Big, Unexpected Problem: Pitching

Now that the offense has come back down to Earth, it’s clear that outside of a few people, the White Sox pitching is not good enough to keep the team in the first place long-term.

White Sox Off Day: 14 out of 16…Now What?

Last night, I talked with UGod from South Side Sox about the hot streak and how much it has reset his expectations for what the White Sox are capable of the rest of the way.

White Sox Off Day: Saluting the Streaking Sox with Larry from South Side Sox

The Chicago White Sox are the hottest team in baseball. They have won eight games in a row, 12 out of 13, and sit alone atop the AL Central. We discussion with Larry from South Side Sox the Big club’s hot streak and what’s going on at the other levels of the organization.

AL Cy Young Award Tracker: The Top Candidates with Two Months in the Books

Two of the MLB regular season’s six months are already in the books, so it’s not too early to start to take a look at what pitchers are in contention to be named the 2012 Cy Young Award winner.

White Sox Off Day Episode #6: Chris Sale-ing Away with Jim Margalus of South Side Sox

Not much has changed in terms of the record and standings since we last talked, but a lot has in the pitching rotation. We broke it all down with Jim Margalus from South Side Sox tonight.

John Danks’ Struggles Overshadow Solid Start By Chicago White Sox Rotation

As all of you know, hitting can win you games, but pitching wins you championships. So after the first 21 games of the 2012 campaign, I think it’s a good time to take a step back and have an in-depth look into the White Sox rotation.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Chris Sale, Jordan Zimmerman, B.J. Upton, Billy Butler, and more

Jerod outlines his fantasy baseball daily picks for Wednesday, April 25th, including Chris Sale, Jordan Zimmerman, B.J. Upton, Billy Butler, and more.