Late-inning offense, fifth consecutive victory for the White Sox overshadowed by Carlos Rodon's early exit.
The offense failed to take advantage of a rookie starter, but Dallas Keuchel and the bullpen earned the White Sox a victory on Friday night.
It's been a tough first week for the White Sox, but believe it or not, it hasn't been all bad. Here are some positives for the sake of the glass being half full.
The starting rotation stumbled again, and the White Sox are now 1-4 after dropping a pair of games to Cleveland. But don't worry, Rick Renteria isn't panicking.
It was a rough weekend for the White Sox, but we're on to Cleveland tonight. Let's take a look at what did, and didn't work, and a peek at the series ahead this morning.
The White Sox delivered the fireworks that we missed on Friday night and landed an equalizing blow on the Twins, but things aren't quite perfect just yet.
While it wasn't the absolute reason the White Sox lost, Leury Garcia at second base in place of Nick Madrigal reminded us again where the White Sox priorities lie.
Yoán Moncada looked sharp in his return to the White Sox lineup on Monday night and feels like he's on track to start on Opening Day.
The White Sox hung a crooked number early and Dallas Keuchel cruised as the Sox topped the Cubs again on Monday night.
Rest easy White Sox fans, Yoán Moncada has been cleared to return to action.