Episodes

June 16, 2021

Finding The Best White Sox Options

With positive news surrounding Eloy Jimenez and the official end to Nick Madrigal's season, the White Sox must make the right choices when it comes to personnel. We break down their best everyday option at 2B. Plus one player on …

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June 12, 2021

What The White Sox Must Do Next

Nick Madrigal is down, and likely out for the remainder of the season. Now is the time to tighten up lineup decisions and optimize the personnel sent to the plate. With three high-end position players injured, some internal moves can …

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June 9, 2021

Substances, Silvy & White Sox Stuff

Marc "Silvy" Silverman takes a break from hosting afternoon drive on the White Sox flagship station ESPN 1000 to address our concerns about White Sox coverage compared to Cubs coverage in Chicago. Meanwhile we ask how concerned White Sox fans …

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June 5, 2021

The Importance Of Yaz To The White Sox

Yasmani Grandal's standard stats may look bad, but a deep dive shows his incredible value thus far. Oh, and he's starting to heat up. James Fox of South Side Sox & Future Sox explains his true value to the White …

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June 2, 2021

White Sox Versus The World

Your Chicago White Sox sit in first place. Even with several major long-term injuries and a polarizing manager, this season brings hope to Sox fans everywhere. Yet their flagship radio station's talkers are telling people they aren't even close to …

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May 29, 2021

Where The White Sox Stand

Memorial Day Weekend is a traditional time to look at baseball's standings and your favorite team's statistics. A team can make a real assessment of assets and needs. We take a look at where the White Sox stand right now …

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May 26, 2021

Choose Your Own White Sox Adventure

Andrew Vaughn is currently your best active outfielder. Tony La Russa continues to be hit-or-miss with bullpen decisions. Old schoolers are yelling about new schoolers. Fights are breaking out in the stands. Fans are back to having fun at the …

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May 22, 2021

White Sox Fans Waiting For Adam Engel

The last month has been pretty positive overall from a wins & losses perspective, but how long can it last with so many injured outfielders? Adam Engel has become a player that most White Sox fans cannot wait to see …

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May 19, 2021

Tony La Russa: White Sox Lightning Rod

He is either a crazy old man stuck inside of a mystical world of "unwritten rules" that - to him - are more important than his own players, or a sly old fox keeping the focus on himself while his …

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May 15, 2021

May Results Shaping White Sox Season

The White Sox picked a perfect time to get hot, and the teams they are beating this month will have a hard time keeping pace with them. Is the AL Central already a two-team race? Tony La Russa has pushed …

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May 12, 2021

White Sox Rivals In The Crosshairs

If you are a White Sox fan, you hate the Twins and Royals. How does a mid-May stretch of games with the potential to ruin a hot start for Kansas City sound? What about a chance to really hurt Minnesota …

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May 8, 2021

What The White Sox Need To Do Right Now

After the past few weeks, do you have confidence in Tony La Russa creating more wins for the White Sox than losses this season? Much like great players regress to replacement level, it sure looks like a manager can do …

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May 5, 2021

All Eyes On The White Sox Manager

Following a devastating injury to Luis Robert, all eyes are now squarely upon White Sox manager Tony La Russa. Tasked with leading a team with issues he never expected when he took the job, La Russa has to now get …

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May 1, 2021

White Sox Emerging As May Begins

The White Sox turns the page on the calendar and find themselves in a good spot as May begins. We break down the numbers showing this team is just starting to emerge as a force. Ed also tries desperately to …

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April 28, 2021

Merkin On Kopech, Burger & White Sox News

Scott Merkin of MLB.com talks about his recent conversation with White Sox prospect Jake Burger, why Tony La Russa likes starting the 10th inning with a runner on second base, and how the team plans to use Michael Kopech moving …

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April 24, 2021

Painting A White Sox Star

Luis Robert continues to heat up, and the way he is hitting looks less streaky and more like the start of something great. Meanwhile he is the inspiration for a work of art gifted to us by artist Tom Borowski, …

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April 21, 2021

White Sox Productivity Is In The Numbers

Take a deep dive into some statistics that identify the biggest issue facing the White Sox early in 2021. While some of the offensive problems were inevitable based on the numbers, the solutions are also plain to see. You'll be …

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April 17, 2021

How Umps Impact White Sox Games

The creator of an innovative Umpire Scorecard system, Ethan Singer, joins the show to talk about just how much an ump can impact a game. Find out how you can get the umpire scores for every White Sox game. Chris …

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April 14, 2021

The White Sox & Andrew Vaughn Paradox

The season is young, and the White Sox are talented. James Fox (Future Sox, South Side Sox) tells us that there may be some internal turmoil over the use of White Sox prospect Andrew Vaughn within the organization. We connect …

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April 11, 2021

Party With The People At Cork & Kerry

Sox In The Basement was LIVE at Cork & Kerry At The Park on Sunday April 10th! Listen As Matt Zawaski from Pinwheels & Ivy joins us in front of a full house to talk about Opening Weekend, the team …

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April 7, 2021

The White Sox Are Developing "Super-Hitters"

Take a break from early season panic to marvel at the White Sox "Super-Hitters" that could be the byproduct of a pandemic. Devin DeYoung from White Sox Player Development joins us from Arizona to explain why a year of focusing …

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April 3, 2021

White Sox Excitement & Oddities

With a lot of expectations and a fanbase that can get worried very easily, Tony La Russa's biggest job may be to keep his young team from getting too high, too low, or too weird. Meanwhile Steve Stone is in …

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March 31, 2021

The 2021 White Sox Are Ready To Go

Years of rebuilding. A pandemic-shortened season. It all starts to pay off NOW. The White Sox kick off the 2021 season with hope and promise. We preview the entire MLB, plus we preview the opening series with the "All Angels …

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March 27, 2021

White Sox Must Overcome Gut-Punch Jimenez Injury

The day many White Sox fans dreaded finally happened after Eloy Jimenez injured himself for 5-6 months in the field. What options do the White Sox have now? Jordan Lazowski (Sox on 35th, Diamond Digest) joins us to answer that …

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