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White Sox, Continuing Rebuilding Effort, Trade Peter Bourjos

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

It’s no secret that the Chicago White Sox are more focused on the future than the present, and so it’s no surprise that the battle for their center field job—one of spring’s major storylines—has ended with veteran Peter Bourjos moving on to a team that hopes to contend. The Tampa Bay Times’ Marc Topkin had the scoop,… Read more...

White Sox Prospect Yoan Moncada Eats Up To 85 Twinkies A Week

5 days agoSports : Deadspin

Twenty-one-year-old second baseman Yoan Moncada of the Chicago White Sox—the key player in a major trade the Pale Hose made last year that sent ace pitcher Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox—is widely regarded as the best prospect in baseball. At 6'2", 205 lbs., he’s a switch-hitter with a linebacker’s build, lightning… Read more...

White Sox Manager Rick Renteria Makes Queso Fundido

6 days agoSports : Deadspin

The Chicago White Sox will be relying on new manager Rick Renteria to develop their promising young players this year. Whether he can do anything like he did during his 2014 stint as manager of the Chicago Cubs, when he helped turn first baseman Anthony Rizzo and starting pitcher Jake Arrieta into stars, remains to be… Read more...

White Sox Option Adam Engel To Triple-A

last weekSports : Deadspin

The Chicago White Sox, who have spent much of the spring evaluating center fielders, are that much closer to making what will certainly be a tough choice today, as 25-year-old Adam Engel, a candidate for the job, has been optioned to the team’s AAA affiliate in Charlotte. The team announced the transaction on Twitter: Read more...

White Sox Sign Tim Anderson To Long-Term Deal

last weekSports : Deadspin

The Chicago White Sox have signed promising 23-year-old shortstop Tim Anderson to a six-year contract extension. Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune has the details: Read more...

Matt Shoemaker struggles in Angels' 11-2 exhibition loss to White Sox

The Angels lost, 11-2, to the Chicago White Sox on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The White Sox have outscored the Angels 21-4 this spring. The Angels have won 12 of their 22 Cactus League games. AT THE PLATE: The Angels scored their first run in the eighth inning, when minor league infielder...

Matt Davidson May Be Part Of The White Sox's Designated Hitter Rotation

last weekSports : Deadspin

One open question for the Chicago White Sox this spring has been just what they’ll do about their situation at designated hitter, given that they don’t have a single player ideally suited to seize the role full-time. With Opening Day approaching, it appears they’ll be going with a committee, reports Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald Read more...

Hawk Harrelson To Remain Face Of White Sox Even After Retirement

last weekSports : Deadspin

For years, broadcaster Hawk Harrelson has been the face of the Chicago White Sox. Players have come and players have gone, the Sox have been up and they’ve been down, but even more than a Mark Buehrle cutter or a Frank Thomas home run, Harrelson’s unique passion and commitment have defined the South Siders to the rest… Read more...

Hawk Harrelson will reportedly cut back his broadcast schedule further in 2018

Hawk Harrelson was signed by the Kansas City Royals in 1959, and since then he has a constant presence in baseball, as a player, a manager and a broadcaster. Now 75, Harrelson still calls games for the Chicago White Sox, but he is clearly nearing the end. Show More Summary

Cody Asche Is Coming On Strong For The White Sox

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

While top prospect Yoan Moncada will get a lot of deserved attention for smacking his first longball of the spring today, there was other dong-related news out of the Chicago White Sox’s 7-3 win over the Kansas City Royals. Cody Asche crushed a big home run—his third this spring—as a designated hitter. CSN’s Dan Hayes… Read more...

Ethics board warns Chicago aldermen against White Sox offer

Members of the Chicago City Council are again being warned not to accept special offers for a seat at a popular sporting event. The city Ethics Board told aldermen they … Click to Continue »

Chicago White Sox 2017 preview: Great offseason leads to hope for the future

The White Sox have embraced the rebuilding process, which means an uncertain road forward

Angels finally drop a Cactus League game, 10-2 to White Sox

The Angels lost to the Chicago White Sox, 10-2, on Saturday at Camelback Ranch. The Angels are now 7-1 this spring; their Cactus League unbeaten streak has finally been snapped at 18 games dating to last spring. AT THE PLATE: The Angels produced little against starter Lucas Giolito and the rest...

White Sox release Brett Lawrie, clearing the path for prospect Yoan Moncada

Moncada, one of the top prospects in baseball, should end the season as Chicago's second baseman

White Sox First Baseman: I Ate My Fake Haitian Passport While Being Smuggled From Cuba To USA

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Chicago Tribune reports: When Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu finally boarded a plane to the U.S after being smuggled from Cuba to Haiti, he said he had one mission: Destroy the fake Haitian passport he was traveling on before his flight landed in Miami. Show More Summary

White Sox Slugger Jose Abreu Testifies That He Ate Fake Haitian Passport on Flight to Miami

Chicago White Sox slugger Jose Abreu took the stand in a federal courtroom on Wednesday. He agreed to testify in the trial of two men charged with illegally smuggling Cuban baseball players into the United States in exchange for limited immunity. Abreu’s most amazing revelation? That would have to be the story he told about […]

The Great 'Disco Sucks' Riot Of 1979

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"This wouldn't have happened if they had country and western night." -- Richard Wortham, White Sox pitcher Hadley Meares tells the story of how Disco Demolition Night at Chicago's Comiskey Park got a little bit out of hand.

White Sox Player Ate His Passport on a Plane

Some people snack on the peanuts offered on airline flights; Jose Abreu scarfs down beer and pieces of his passport. That's what the first baseman for the Chicago White Sox testified Wednesday in Miami at a trial for a baseball agent and a trainer accused of smuggling Cuban baseball players,...

White Sox star testifies that he ate part of his fake passport while flying to the U.S.

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu testified Wednesday in Miami federal court that he ate part of his fake passport to cover up the fact that he was traveling illegally to the United States in a Cuban smuggling operation. Abreu returns to the stand Thursday in the trial of Florida sports agent Bartolo Hernandez […]

José Abreu Said He Ate His Fake Passport On His Flight To The U.S.  

4 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Chicago White Sox slugger José Abreu testified today that he ordered a Heineken, then slowly ate his fake Haitian passport on board his flight to illegally enter the United States back in 2013. The testimony came in a federal courtroom in Miami during the ongoing trial of two men—agent Bartolo Hernandez and trainer… Read more...

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