I'm one of those rare birds that cheers for BOTH Chicago baseball teams and can't understand why any Chicago area person would hate one team over the other. There are major markets across the country that have zero baseball teams. Chicago is extremely lucky enough to have two and that fact should be celebrated.
What drives me nuts is the vocal minority of White Sox fans that walk around with chips on their shoulders, always complaining when "their" team is "disrespected" in their twisted minds. "How dare you mention the Cubs and not the Sox?" "How dare you list the Cubs first?" "How dare you start out your sportscast with a Cubs story?" Get a freakin' grip guys! Life's too short to be so damn petty and short-sighted.
The Sox team sucks and has sucked for years. The ball park is almost always half empty. Until the ownership and management get their acts together on the south side, the Sox will always be in second place to the Cubs in Chicago. When the Sox won the World Series not that many years ago, the Sox stories would lead off the sportscasts and were talked about on radio way more than the then-pathetic Cubs. That is just the way it works. Everybody loves a winner.
Getting back on track and to address JR's whining, YES, both WSCR-AM and WMVP-AM will have regular White Sox segments this season. The Sox will not be ignored. For both stations, the bigger focus will be on the bigger team, which is the Cubs. The fact is, when White Sox talk starts, PPMs can show the radios being turned off. Until that situation changes (see above), there will be more Cubs talk and Cubs guests on Chicago sports radio.
If you Sox fans want that situation to change, then don't complain to the radio stations or on radio message boards. Complain to White Sox management and demand they put a far better product on the field to generate more excitement, and hopefully, some post-season play come October.