Latest MLB Rumors have it that six teams are pursuing Chris Sale! The Chicago White Sox are already planning to offload Sale this offseason itself. He has now garnered interested from some of the top teams in the league. MLB Rumors talk...Show More Summary
In a winter during which aces are in short supply, the hot-stove trade market seems to revolve around Chris Sale. And he's not even the best thing on the market. Let's make a case for the Chicago White Sox's other left-handed stud: Jose Quintana. Show More Summary
New York Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes and Chicago White Sox star Jose Abreu are among the Major League Baseball figures on a U.S. witness list for an upcoming Cuban ballplayer … Click to Continue »
Chris Sale's 2016 season was turbulent at times, and the Chicago White Sox are reportedly receiving trade interest in the five-time All-Star from a number of clubs. According to Jon Heyman of Today's Knuckleball, the Atlanta Braves are...Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu opted out of the final three years of his six-year, $68 million deal with the team Monday, according to CSN Chicago's Dan Hayes. The 29-year-old still belongs to the White Sox but will undergo arbitration each offseason until 2019. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The Chicago White Sox are reportedly listening to trade inquiries for third baseman Todd Frazier as part of what could be a busy offseason for the organization. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported Wednesday that Frazier is among a high-profile...Show More Summary
The Chicago White Sox could have retained Matt Albers by picking up his $3 million club option for next season, but they reportedly decided to cut ties with the veteran reliever Thursday after he stumbled through the 2016 season. Chris Cotillo of SB Nation first relayed news of Albers' buyout, which will pay out $250,000, according to Spotrac. Show More Summary
The First Fan was burning some serious midnight oil Wednesday night and, even though President Obama’s beloved Chicago White Sox weren’t in the World Series, he was pretty pumped about the Chicago Cubs’ victory over the Cleveland Indians. Shortly after 2 a.m. EDT Thursday, he tweeted that the win that ended the longest championship drought in […]
Chance the Rapper might be the most famous fan of the Chicago White Sox in 2016, but the 23-year-old rapper is all-in for the Chicago Cubs' chances at winning the World Series. He's been tweeting in support of the North Siders since the MLB postseason began. Because of that, I think he'd approve...
One of the less-mentioned aspects of the Chicago Cubs making the World Series is the fact that they haven’t done so in 71 years, and haven’t won a World Series in 108 years. Unless you’re a hardcore Cubs fan, you probably haven’t heard about these statistical anomalies. Read more...
ESPN forgot about Chicago’s successful baseball team.
It appears that much of the sports media world has decided to ignore the Chicago White Sox’ 2005 championship and 1959 AL pennant while discussing the Cubs’ appearance in the World Series. Tweets from ESPN’s @SportsCenter account and...Show More Summary
Bill Murray paid a visit to the world’s most famous Chicago White Sox fan at the White House on Friday, but that didn’t stop him from donning his Chicago Cubs paraphernalia at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. “He was wearing a Cubs jacket — which for a White Sox fan is a little troubling,” President Obama said, […]
Disgraced Chicago White Sox player's "Black Betsy" bat is one of only two known to have survived his career
The Chicago Cubs have been pretty lovable this year to just about every sports fan. Every sports fan except Frank Kaminsky that is. Frank is a lifelong Chicago White Sox fan and he is taking any chance he can to poke fun at the Cubs,...Show More Summary
Robin Ventura said Sunday he will not return as manager of the Chicago White Sox. General Manager Rick Hahn is scheduled to make an announcement Monday. The Chicago Sun-Times reported Saturday that bench coach and former Chicago Cubs manager Rick Renteria probably will take over. Ventura had...
Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura told reporters he is stepping down from his position after a 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins on the final day of the regular season. Ventura, 49, took over as the team's manager in 2012, leading the White Sox to an 85-77 record in his debut season. Show More Summary
The very first pitch of the final game of the year for the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins? Read more...
Byron Buxton and Jorge Polanco each hit a two-run home run to send James Shields to a major league high-tying 19th loss, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 6-0 on Saturday night.
Chicago White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon tied an AL record by striking out the first seven Minnesota Twins batters Friday night.