Chicago White Sox Morning BP: The All-Star break has arrived


Jul 12, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Chicago White Sox shortstop Leury Garcia (28), second baseman Gordon Beckham (15), first baseman Jose Abreu (79) and third baseman Conor Gillaspie (12) celebrate after defeating the Cleveland Indians 6-2 at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

The best moment as a White Sox fan, at least for me, was the May 23 walk-off win by the White Sox off a home run by Adam Dunn. Of all the walk-off wins this season, that has to be my favorite.

That win gave all White Sox fans some hope, and though it hasn’t turned out to be the best of seasons, we’ve all seen improvement from this team (except for the bullpen), and after the ’13 season, we just need to see the improvement continue, then be ready for the ’15 season.

Also, the best part about the team this season is Jose Abreu and what he’s showing he’s capable of on the baseball field. He has to be the signing of the offseason for any team. If he doesn’t win the AL Rookie of the Year (I mean, he does play every day), then it will be a shame.

The worst moments this season are Avisail Garcia‘s injury and the closer situation with injuries to Nate Jones and Matt Lindstrom.

I honestly believe if these three players were on the field, the season would be going a little differently, and the White Sox wouldn’t be six games under the .500 mark.

What are your best and worst moments thud far this season? Let us know.

In other White Sox news:

• As we wrote about on Southside Showdown, Chien-Ming Wang could be coming to the White Sox organization, according to reports.

• The Chicago Sun-Times wrote about Abreu and getting a breather.

• Here is what the Chicago Tribune wrote about after Sunday’s loss to the Cleveland Indians.

Seth Lasko who covers the Charlotte Knights, the Triple-A affiliate of the White Sox, wrote this for the Charlotte Observer.

• CSN Chicago has an article on Micah Johnson, the No. 2 prospect for the White Sox.