Detroit Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis swiped his 32nd bag of the season in Saturday's game against the Chicago White Sox, thus reaching 300 stolen bases for his career. Stuck on 31 and 299 for nearly two weeks, the speedy outfielderShow More Summary
The Oakland A's acquired slugger Adam Dunn from the Chicago White Sox.
Jose Quintana allowed two runs over seven innings to earn his first win in more than a month, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 6-2 after trading Adam Dunn on Sunday afternoon.
The Chicago White Sox played a doubleheader Saturday against the Detroit Tigers, and one fan thoroughly enjoyed himself. During the top of the seventh inning at U.S. Cellular Field, the youngster decided to show off his dance moves. The White Sox won the first game 6-3 but lost the later one 8-4 to move to 61-75 on the year. [MLB.com] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Adam Dunn is saying goodbye to the Chicago White Sox and hello to the Oakland Athletics. The veteran hitter was traded to the A’s this morning in exchange for minor league pitcher Nolan Sanburn. The Athletics made the announcement on their official Twitter account. #Athletics acquire Adam Dunn and cash considerations from the Chicago White Sox […]
According to a news release posted on Facebook, the Chicago White Sox have traded Adam Dunn for Oakland A's pitcher Nolan Sanburn, a minor leaguer, and cash considerations. [ more › ]
Needing a bat to bolster a starting lineup that's struggled since the departure of Yoenis Cespedes, the Oakland Athletics and Chicago White Sox agreed on a trade that will send designated hitter Adam Dunn to the Bay Area. The Athletics...Show More Summary
CHICAGO (AP) — The Oakland Athletics have acquired slugger Adam Dunn from the Chicago White Sox, hoping to boost their lineup for the final stretch.
The Chicago White Sox traded outfielder Alejandro De Aza to the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday for prospects. Could veteran first baseman/designated hitter Adam Dunn be next?
After giving up three runs in the top of the first, Chicago's ace struck out the side four separate times on his way to 13 strikeouts against the Tigers. Without Chris Sale, it's hard to imagine where the White Sox would be this season. They almost definitely would have lost Saturday's game against the Tigers. Show More Summary
Chris Sale overcame a shaky start to strike out a season-high 13, beating Max Scherzer in a matchup of All-Star aces and leading the Chicago White Sox past the Detroit Tigers 6-3 in the first game of a day-night doubleheader Saturda...
Before Friday night's game, Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura raved about Jose Abreu's improvement at first base.
Justin Verlander turned in one of his most effective outings this year and once again beat the White Sox, leading the Detroit Tigers past Chicago 7-1 Friday night.
Chicago White Sox broadcaster Hawk Harrelson, one of the most polarizing and recognizable voices in the game today, may be scaling back his road broadcast schedule in 2015, following in the footsteps of Vin Scully and Bob Uecker (among others), who have famously cut back in recent years. According to a report by the Chicago […]
Carlos Carrasco pitched into the seventh inning and Michael Bourn had two triples among his three hits, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night.
On Wednesday night, one Chicago White Sox fan realized that he could use his cup for more than just drinking. A foul ball came the fan's way in the fourth inning, but he was unable to barehand the ball and watched it bounce back onto the field. Show More Summary
After more than a week of losing, the Chicago White Sox needed their star to find the win column again.
Chris Sale went from first-round draft pick in 2010 to big league reliever in a span of two months, beginning what has turned out to be a brilliant five-year career with the Chicago White Sox. This year, the stage has been set for fellow left-hander Carlos Rodon, the No. Show More Summary
Zach Walters hit a two-run home run in the 10th inning, lifting the Cleveland Indians to an 8-6 victory over the sliding Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night.
Chris Sale was in complete control at Yankee Stadium, all set to end Chicago's losing streak. And then the ball glanced off Dayan Viciedo's glove.