Podcast by South Side Hit Pen
Sharing Sox 7 2020-10-07
Sharing Sox father-and-son team Leigh and Will Allan take a look back at the White Sox 2020 season, and, uh, er, postseason, and do a little crystal-ball gazing as well.
As usual, they pretend to know what they're talking about. But at least one wishes Don Cooper a happy retirement and hopes it comes very, very soon.
Sharing Sox WC G3 Pregame 2020-10-01
It's the first playoff game in White Sox history where it's win-or-go-home for both teams, hard though that is to even comprehend...first in their 120 years. They did have a do-or-die in 2008 with the Blackout Game against the Twins for the division title, but that was an extension of the regular season, not a playoff.
Sharing Sox Pre G2 WC:Janice Scurio And Eric Loughlin 2020-09-30
Sharing Sox father and son team Leigh and Will Allan are joined by SSHP pitching guru Janice Scurio and more or less hitting expert Eric Loughlin to take a look back at yesterday's Sox win, and look forward to what all hope is another one.
Sharing Sox 4 2020-09-29 with Janice Scurio
Sharing Sox father and son team Leigh and Will Allan once again pretend they know what they're talking about, as the White Sox head into the playoffs for the first time in 12 years. This time, though, they're joined by someone who actually does know what she's talking about, South Side Hit Pen woman of wit and wisdom Janice Scurio.
Sharing Sox 3 2020-09-23
Episode 2 of Sharing Sox didn't share episode one's power to create a week of wins, so this time South Side Hit Pen duty geezer Leigh Allan and his son, Will, are bringing in a guest to also pretend what he knows what he's talking about and help propel the White Sox to the division title. Eric Loughlin is a Sox fan, baseball aficionado, and former teammate of Will's on the mighty Steppenwolf Theatre softball team - back when there was softball, or, for that matter, theatre.
Sharing Sox E2 — 2020-09-16
This edition is not too proud to accept kudos for creating the perfect week of White Sox baseball, and goes into the next two games with the Twins, the upcoming series with the Reds and Cleveland, the MVP quandary (disagreement there), and the strange machinations that will be needed to line up the White Sox rotation for the playoffs.