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With 32 wins in the first half of the season, the White Sox must realistically win 53 of their last 81 games to be a wild-card contender.
Everyone shares in the struggles of the White Sox, GM Rick Hahn says.
The Grateful Dead will perform three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend.
Dawson is auctioning off his 1987 MVP award, which is valued at $100,000.
Maddon was shocked a game-ending call was upheld Wednesday night in a loss to the Dodgers.
The fact that Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer are in hot pursuit of starting pitching is no secret.
Chicago has won four straight and is tied for the fifth-best record in baseball.
“I believe in all the intangibles other people don’t believe in,” Maddon says.
While he was still in high school, Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant had Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw on his fantasy baseball team.
Internal improvement is the best way to build, but Epstein must weigh how quickly that will come.
The monkey has finally been knocked off of the back of the White Sox.
Shortstop Alexei Ramirez, the longest-tenured position player on the White Sox, has done a complete 180 in terms of his overall play this season.
The White Sox long losing streak almost came to an end with a major league record-tying performance from ace Chris Sale on Friday night
Although the White Sox haven’t officially put their players on the trade market, the buzzards have begun to fly around the team’s veteran players.
The offensive woes continue for the hapless White Sox.
Getting younger skill-position defenders will be a must in any trades the Sox make in the next six weeks.
The first demarcation point of 60 days to evaluate the team has come and gone for the GM.
Change is bound to come for the White Sox with their recent struggles.
Schwarber will be at the big league level for a six-game cameo.
Despite the 25-year-old Castro being named to three All-Star teams, some outsiders are unsatisfied with his play.