In what has been the cruelest of baseball winters for Chicago, Minnie Minoso, the most popular White Sox player ever, died Sunday.
Minnie Minoso, a former Chicago White Sox outfielder and pioneer, died Sunday morning. He was 89. " His son said the family believes Minoso died from a heart condition he had suffered, but were awaiting autopsy results. He had a pacemaker," per Ed Sherman of the Chicago Tribune. Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale suffered a fracture to his right foot while unloading his truck at home and will besidelined for at least three weeks, the team announced on Saturday. The White Sox are still hoping Sale will be their...Show More Summary
After being released by the Chicago White Sox during the offseason, outfielder Dayan Viciedo has reportedly found a home with the Toronto Blue Jays. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports broke the news and indicated it's a minor league deal for...Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has consistently been one of Major League Baseball's best hurlers since 2012, but the unorthodox lefty is once again dealing with injury concerns. The White Sox announced the 25-year-old star suffered...Show More Summary
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Chicago White Sox left-hander Chris Sale is expected to miss three weeks of spring training with an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot, the team announced Saturday.
Chicago White Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale has a fracture in his right foot and may miss opening day.
Chicago needs a healthy Sale to make a run in the American League Central this season. Chicago White Sox left-hander Chris Sale suffered an avulsion fracture in his right foot and is expected to miss three weeks, the club announced Saturday. Show More Summary
For the first time in a while, the Chicago White Sox opened spring training this season with very few positions undecided, as general manager Rick Hahn did a fine job addressing the club's needs this offseason. Frankly, with the exception of the battle for the starting job at second base, there isn ’t much in the way of intrigue. Show More Summary
When talking about breakout candidates for the Chicago White Sox, names like Carlos Rodon, Francellis Montas, Carlos Sanchez and Micah Johnson are the names most often mentioned. After all, each of them is in the conversation for anShow More Summary
On February 19, the Chicago White Sox will officially begin preparations for the 2015 campaign with the start of spring training. It marks the beginning of what the fanbase hopes will be a season that ends with an American League Central title. Unlike seasons past, however, there is legitimate optimism surrounding the White Sox. Show More Summary
The Chicago White Sox lost one of their 2015 bench options even before spring training starts.
The Chicago White Sox will have 10 spring training games televised in March, with another eight games to be streamed online at whitesox.com, the club announced Monday.
With seven new high-profile additions, the Chicago White Sox will lift the lid on the 2015 season with a 25-man roster that is dramatically different than the one that opened last year’s campaign. Because of the stark differences between the two rosters, expectations on the South Side are quite lofty. Show More Summary
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In a move that's not surprising based on how the Chicago White Sox have built their roster this offseason, outfielder Dayan Viciedo has reportedly been released by the team. According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the White Sox made...Show More Summary
The future of baseball is looking unusually bright in Chicago. Both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox are among the group of MLB franchises that are on the verge of cementing their status as perennial contenders. What follows...Show More Summary
For the Chicago White Sox, the 2015 regular season can’t start soon enough. The excitement surrounding the club is the byproduct of general manager Rick Hahn’s aggressive offseason. Honestly, after acquiring Jeff Samardzija, Dan Jennings,...Show More Summary
There is no doubt Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn earned his pay this offseason. In all, he added seven impact additions to the 25-man roster, catapulting his club into next season’s postseason conversation. But how willShow More Summary
The newly acquired starter reached an agreement with the White Sox, avoiding arbitration in the process. Jeff Samardzija and the Chicago White Sox have come to an agreement on a one-year, $9.8 million deal to avoid a salary arbitration...Show More Summary