Dayan Viciedo

Oakland Athletics #0 - Left Field

  • Born: 03/10/89
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 240
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

The Cubs of the 2010s whose careers ended in Chicago

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Some of these are big names... others, not so much.

BTBS Exclusive: the “Baseball Cop” tells his story

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Former MLB Investigator Eddie Dominguez talked to Sheryl Ring about Major League Baseball, "Baseball Cop," and baseball’s seedy underbelly.

Avisaíl García, Matt Davidson non-tendered

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Leury García, White Sox compromise on one-year, $1.55 million deal

Your 2018 Soxiness™ guide to the rest of the postseason

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Groundbreaking metrics predict this year’s World Series winner!

Gamethread: White Sox at A’s

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Sox hope to get back into the win column before they sweep Houston and Seattle...

Skeptical, with a hint of optimism

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On paper, the White Sox rebuild appears on the right path. But based on the history of the franchise, it’s hard to believe it will actually work out.

Great moments in the heretofore innocuous base-stealing career of Jose Abreu

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As Jose “Ruedas” Abreu prepares to base-steal his way deeper into the hearts of Chicago White Sox fans in 2018—raising a mischievous Belushi eyebrow to the notion of a 30-30 season, even—let’s take...

Meet the Players: larry

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If South Side Sox mainstay larry doesn’t have the site’s longest tenure—joining up in 2005—it has been the most entertaining one. When not Twitterpating (@SouthSidelarry) or patrolling the SSS...

BCB interview: Kerry Wood

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The former Cubs star talks about his career, his work with the Cubs and his Winter Warmup fundraiser.

Ex-White Sox making an impact on the postseason

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Jose Quintana was terrific, Chris Sale was a hero for four innings, Todd Frazier was the rally starter, and Tommy Kahnle was filthy. A bittersweet reminder of what could have been for the White Sox.

No cash to support Cash - A Tampa Bay Rays preview

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A look ahead at our second opponent on the current road trip

Fun with White Sox Catch Probability

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Looking back at the 2016 and 2015 White Sox outfield defense using Statcast's Catch Probability and looking forward to 2017.