2013 Spring Training
It took a while but Robin Ventura named Chris Sale his opening day starter after an 11-5 win over the Athletics, Saturday.
John Danks doesn’t have the velocity he wants. He’s still not able to reach back and ask for the heat he’s used to. Worse, he’s not sure when his strength will return.
With just 18 days left in spring training, White Sox reliever Jesse Crain promises he’s close to returning to action.
After spending five days at spring training in Arizona, Adam Hoge presents his final verdict for the White Sox in 2013.
A year ago, Brent Morel was sitting in the Camelback Ranch clubhouse knowing he would be the White Sox’s Opening Day third baseman. Monday, he was sitting in the clubhouse just hoping he’ll make the team.
Sale and his team had prepped what he wanted—what he though he was worth—and fought for it. What’s more, he went to his GM to clear the air.
On the same day he made 10 cuts to the major-league roster, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn took some time with 670TheScore.com to evaluate the spring thus far.
While manager Robin Ventura refuses to officially name him the Opening Day starter, Chris Sale continues to prove he’s the White Sox’s ace.
When the San Francisco Giants sent Conor Gillaspie to the White Sox at the start of spring training, it was a move made for the benefit of all three parties involved.
When Jared Mitchell was a junior in high school, he realized he had a future making money while playing a sport he loved. He just didn’t know which sport.
In John Danks’ first game since May on Monday, the left-hander tossed two-plus innings, throwing 35 pitches, giving up one run and two hits.
Prior to the White Sox’s match up against Team USA on Tuesday, the club announced its first cuts of spring training.