If there were any doubt the Chicago White Sox intend to put a winning product on the field in 2015, they erased it by signing Adam LaRoche. LaRoche, one of the top bats on the market, agreed to a two-year, $25 million deal with Chicago on Friday, per Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Show More Summary
The Chicago White Sox have filled their void at first base/designated hitter. USA Today's Bob Nightengale reported that the team signed free agent Adam LaRoche to a two-year deal worth $25 million: Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal confirmed...Show More Summary
The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms with first baseman Adam LaRoche on a two-year, $25 million contract, per Bob Nightengale of USA Today and Scott Merkin of MLB.com. LaRoche, who turned 35 in November, hit.259/.362/.455, a 124...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama will visit the Chicago area on Tuesday to discuss his just-announced steps on immigration, a White House official said Friday.
Cabrera is coming off the best full season of his career. The Chicago White Sox are "considering a pursuit of" free-agent outfielder Melky Cabrera, according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman. Cabrera rejected a $15.3 million qualifying offer...Show More Summary
The company responsible for some of Chicago's most recognizable marquees listed $10 million in assets against $50 million in liabilities. [ more › ]
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating racial threats against Latino students that began on Halloween night and recently escalated to warnings about “the beginning of our rape season.” University of Chicago junior Vincente Perez told WMAQ that the threatening...
The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care reported recently that blacks with diabetes in Chicago had 1.7 times the rate of limb amputations than whites with diabetes (3.4 per 1,000 vs. 2.0 per 1,000). Losing a leg from diabetes isn't a given, nor are racial differences in this health outcome. Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong has been tapped as featured entertainer at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner next spring. “Her political humor is sly and edgy, and it comes with a Chicago accent,” said WGCA President Christi Parsons in a statement. Strong will have an edge when it comes to targeting journalists at the event. Show More Summary
Veteran left-handed pitcher Zach Duke has bounced around the majors over the last several seasons, but he has reportedly signed a multi -year deal with the Chicago White Sox, according to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports: MLB Roster Moves later...Show More Summary
The Chicago Shakespeare Theater is another cultural treasure in the city. On Monday, November 10th, it received the 2014 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.Show More Summary
The Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) unanimously voted Chicago White Sox first basemen Jose Abreu the American League Rookie of the Year. The Cuban smashed 36 home runs, accumulated 107 RBIs, and hit.317 in his inaugural campaign. Show More Summary
What's great news for Jose Abreu, the Chicago White Sox first baseman who deservedly won the American League Rookie of the Year on Monday evening, is even better news for his fellow countrymen. The 27-year-old Cuban-born Abreu collected...Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu and New York Mets right-hander Jacob deGrom were named the American League and National League Rookies of the Year, it was announced Monday.
Chicago White Sox slugging first baseman Jose Abreu and New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom won Rookie of the Year honors in their respective leagues in voting results announced on Monday.
Two outstanding seasons for Jose Abreu and Jacob deGrom led to each winning the American League and National League Rookie of the Year awards, respectively. Despite down seasons for both the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets, both players had standout seasons. Show More Summary
Coming off one of the most impressive debut seasons by a hitter in years, Chicago White Sox slugger Jose Abreu has been named the 2014 American League Rookie of the Year. The Fox Sports MLB account had the news: ESPN's SportsCenter account...Show More Summary
Chicago White Sox slugger Jose Abreu was named the unanimous winner of the 2014 American League Rookie of the Year award Monday by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu was a unanimous winner of the AL Rookie of the Year award, culminating a season in which the Cuban defector became one of baseball's top stars.
The Cuban slugger showed he could hit for average and power on his way to winning the AL Rookie of the Year award. The Baseball Writers' Association of America officially announced Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu as the winner of the 2014 AL Rookie of the Year award. Abreu won the award unanimously, receiving every first-place vote. Show More Summary