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Trivia time with the boys of summer

Take our quiz to see how closely you were paying attention to baseball from June 21 to Sept. 21.

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White Sox beat Tigers as excitement for postseason builds

After a season of waiting for the inevitable, it’s finally October, and the playoffs are close. And if things go the way the Sox want, the postseason will be the ultimate payoff after years of rebuilding.

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Tim Anderson explains why he pushed umpire Tim Timmons

During the on-field scrum with the Tigers, Anderson said Timmons was pushing him. Anderson pushed back, not knowing he was pushing an umpire because Timmons was so close to him. And when Anderson realized who it was, it was too late.

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Scam that cost White Sox $1M took place ‘behind the booth,’ defense attorney tells jury

The trial of Bruce Lee is playing out just as the Sox are about to enter the playoffs. The feds say Lee made $868,369 by selling 34,876 fraudulently obtained tickets during the 2016 through 2019 seasons.

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Prolific ticket broker accused of scamming White Sox to tune of $1M to stand trial

The case is heading to a jury just as the Sox enter the playoffs. It is expected to feature testimony from William Snell, the team’s director of business analytics, as well as two former Sox employees who already have pleaded guilty.

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White Sox Hall of Famer Frank Thomas leads group buying Field of Dreams site

Thomas will be chief executive officer, and former White Sox general manager Dan Evans will be chief operating officer.

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Carlos Rodon pitches five scoreless innings in last start of regular season

The White Sox complete a two-game sweep of the Reds.

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White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson suspended for making contact with ump

Anderson will appeal the suspension.

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Luis Robert swinging his way into 2022 MVP conversation

Since returning from his hip injury, Robert is batting .365/.400/.635 with 11 homers in 39 games.

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White Sox belt four homers — two by Luis Robert — in 7-1 victory over Reds

Reynaldo Lopez pitched six innings of one-run ball as the Sox claimed their 90th win of the season.

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White Sox bench-clearer ‘showed everybody how unified we are,’ Jose Abreu says

The White Sox are a tight-knit bunch heading into the postseason.

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White Sox playoff tickets go on sale Wednesday

The Astros are the likely opponent for the AL Division Series.

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Baseball by the Numbers: Lance Lynn leads White Sox pitchers in win probability added

Lynn’s 2.86 WPA is followed by Carlos Rodon’s 2.17, Lucas Giolito’s 1.63 and Liam Hendriks’ 1.53.

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White Sox fans will be back in black for ‘Change the Game October’

It will be shades of the 2008 ‘‘blackout’’ tiebreaker game for the White Sox.

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Benches clear in White Sox’ win over Tigers

Jose Abreu and the Sox were fuming after the slugger was hit by a pitch for the 21st time. Tony La Russa called the victory "one of the best moments of the year."

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Lucas Giolito returns to top of White Sox’ rotation

Giolito threw six scoreless innings in the Sox’ 5-2 victory Sunday against the Indians.

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Dylan Cease to start White Sox’ regular-season finale

Back spasms sideline outfielder Brian Goodwin; right-hander Matt Foster recalled from Triple-A Charlotte.

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Flat White Sox blanked by Indians

The White Sox say they’re trying to maintain an edge heading into the postseason, but they weren’t that convincing in a loss to the Indians on Saturday.

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White Sox’ postseason pitching picture full of question marks

With Carlos Rodon’s status in doubt and Dylan Cease nursing a bruise on his pitching arm, Michael Kopech could provide a needed lift in a variety of roles.

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Before MLB postseason begins, try some Chicago trivia

While we await with glee the excitement of October, it’s a very good time to answer some Chicago baseball questions.

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Dylan Cease exits White Sox’ 1-0 victory with bruised triceps

Cease threw 5 1⁄3 innings of scoreless ball with nine strikeouts against the Indians.

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Jose Abreu has surpassed Jerry Reinsdorf’s expectations

"I had no idea I was getting somebody who was such a leader and such a wonderful person," Jerry Reinsdorf said of Jose Abreu.

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Jerry Reinsdorf was always all in with White Sox’ rebuild, which is bearing fruit

A division title "means a lot," Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said, "but now there’s a bigger prize and we hope we can bring that home to [our fans]."

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As usual, Tim Anderson leads way in White Sox clincher

Anderson homers twice, sparking White Sox to 7-2 victory.

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Go not-so-crazy, folks! White Sox play it cool after clinching division title in Cleveland

The 2021 Sox were obviously too good, too talented, too stacked not to get to this point. They know they haven’t done a dang thing yet.

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White Sox clinch AL Central title

Tim Anderson homered twice, and Luis Robert and Eloy Jimenez also homered early in the 7-2 victory over the Indians in Game 1 of Thursday’s doubleheader.

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Lately, this White Sox joyride is all wet

With only 11 games to go before the start of the playoffs, it’s hard to find much inspiration in the way the Sox have been playing.

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White Sox waiting for Craig Kimbrel to return to form

Assistant pitching coach Curt Hasler has no doubt the struggling All-Star reliever will figure it out: "We’ve centered on a couple of simple things in his delivery."

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White Sox-Tigers rainout delays possible playoff clinch

Game will be made up Monday in Detroit.

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White Sox are going to the playoffs; does that mean Tony La Russa is doing a good job?

And considering how much better the Tigers have gotten, should A.J. Hinch have been the guy?

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White Sox’ clincher will have to wait

The Sox got 12 hits but dropped their second consecutive game to the Tigers.

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White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon aims to make start next Wednesday vs. Reds

"He’s got another shot next [Wednesday]," manager Tony La Russa said. "Hopefully it will be a better result, so we can be more optimistic."