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"If you love someone, set them free. If they come home, set them on fire." - GC

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Right Rail Rumpus Corner

Does "corner" disrupt your alliterate sensibilities?  It does mine a little.  But this is my corner, and if you ain't rolling, you can step off it, son! Very long time coming and a lot of threads,...


SSS Outing Y2K11: pre-planning

Allo, friends!  We are rapidly approaching the season, and therefore rapidly approaching the annual emergence from our basements for our dutiful dip in debauchery.This fanpost is just to get a...


Right Rail Rumpus Roast Room (OT)

I'm sure most of us have cleared our schedules for Ozzie's Celebrity Roast this upcoming Friday, because there is a guy in need of a firm and extravagant ego-stroking.   Tune in later this...


Right Rail Rumpus Room (OT)

And a good day to you, SSS!   It's been a while since I contributed anything of meaning to this site, and I'm sure as hell not about to start.  Which is why I've volunteered to be Governess of the...

AJ Returning To South Side; 2011 Sox Pieces Falling Into Place


According to Ken Rosenthal of, the White Sox have agreed a two-year contract with catcher A.J. Pierzynski. Quite a turn of events. Pierzynski was rumored to be close to a deal with the Blue Jays just hours ago, but he's heading back to Chicago on a deal worth around $8 million. Perhaps that earlier report sprung White Sox GM Kenny Williams into action. The 33-year-old Pierzynski batted .270/.300/.388 over 474 at-bats in 2010 and is likely to serve a similar role in 2011.

Testing. Testing...


Huh, seems to be working.   Apparently I have not been overthrown and replaced by Kenwo (quite yet).  Though I'm still uncertain what is going on around here.  It's amazing really.  For the first...

Where Have All The Baseball Artists Gone


It’s unclear why the art-baseball connection is less well-known today than the literary one. What is clear is that sometime around the 1980s, baseball and art were no longer on such friendly terms. It may have been the fault of the era’s Culture Wars, when, for a good fifteen or twenty years, art and artists were a political commodity that liberals and conservatives batted around as though with a fungo bat. Also in the 1980s, baseball stepped up its efforts to control use of its trademarked images. A special wing of the league, Major League Baseball Properties Inc., regularly sued game-makers, toymakers, trading card companies, restaurants, clothing and apparel manufacturers, and anyone caught using images of current and former baseball teams and players without "express written permission." Because of these social factors, along with the era’s transition from analog photography to digital (and the accompanying loss of archival photos), the twenty years at the end of the last century were dark ones for baseball—at least in terms of artistic representations of the sport.

Giants Officially Close The 2010 Season


Let's rosterbate for the next four months!

A Pitching Match Til The 8th, Boom Go The Ex-Sox


Don't let the final score fool yas. Game Deux of the Rangers - Giants World Series was the pitching duel that last night was supposed to be.   With deux outs in the bottom of the 8th inning and a...

NLCS Game Six: This Gamethread Is Going To Make You Feel Unclean


Giants @ Phillies Saturday, October 23rd, 2010  ~ 7:30 PM ET ~ Citizens Bank Park Jonathan Sanchez v Roy Oswalt Giants lead series 3-2. Rangers need a wrastlin' buddy. No rain in the immediate...

ALCS Game 6: Stick A Horn In 'Em


 Yankees @ Rangers Friday, October 22nd, 2010 8:00 PM ETRangers Ballpark in Arlington Phil Hughes v Colby Lewis Rangers lead series 3-2

NLCS Game 5: The Freak Meets The Doc - Round 2!


Philadelphia Phillies @ San Francisco Giants Thursday, October 21st, 2010 4:30 PM PDTAT&T Park Halladay vs Lincecum Giants look to take the series tonight behind their ace; Phillies hope to stay...

ALCS Game 1: Yankees @ Rangers


Sabathia vs Wilson

White Sox Win Season Finale On An Emotional Note


Ozzie collected his 600th managerial win as the Sox barely held on to the lead in the 9th inning against the Indians.


This Gamethread Says "Play It, Nancy"

  The Finale   Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox Sunday, October 3rd, 2010, 1:05 PM CDTU.S. Cellular Field Justin Germano vs Edwin Jackson   Another season in the books.  Another offseason...

Guillen Finishing Contract On The South Side


It's official-like.  Ozzie is not going anywhere fast, and commits to righting the ship. "In my point, my side, we will move in the right direction. I promise you that. Today is Sept. 27. You can...

A Gentleman and a Sponsor


Thought this was too good to remain at the bottom of a Sunday gamethread. h/t Gentleman Jim

Sunday Morning Coffee Thread


We got ourselves a little streak going on the South Side.  Don't be shy.  Taste the meaningless victory.

Hammer, Nail, Meet Coffin


Sox fall 8 back in another 9-3 loss to the Twins.

This Gamethread's Heart Will Go On!


rally rally rally rally rally rally rally rally FTTITA rally rally rally rally

Sox Defense Disastrous, Bats Silent As Sox Lose Third Straight To Detroit


Sloppy baseball doth not a playoff team make.

Sahx Sweep Sawx, Streak to Six


Sox fight back after 2 outs in 9th to complete sweep at Fenway, take winning streak to 6.

Sox Bats Ain't Slicin' It, Set Up For The Split Tomorrow


Sox bats fall just short again, Orioles take 4-game series lead 2-1.


A Hippie, A Short Kid & An Alien Go To Oakland

Real bloggers, live in action, leaving their basements unattended for the weekend and traveling across 2,500 miles of the Pacific Ocean to get sunburned while the Sox get raped by the A's with...

Bats Bail Out Buehrle While Bullpen Bastes The Jenksgiving Turkey


Sox bats battle, bullpen holds Mariners in 6-5 Sox winner.

Danks Picks Up Mariners Right Where He Left 'Em


Danks deals, defeats Seattle's King Felix. And the Sox are happy to be home.


This Gamethread Is Happy To Be Home

Felix v Danks Let the good times roll...

Pre-Gamethread Just For The Heckuvit Overflow Thread


  Have you tipped one back for Buehrls yet today? WHY THE HECK NOT!! I was greeted in San Francisco by a small earthquake (3.5) while I was on the BART.... You know what I think about that?  Two...

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