Three more stars of the 2005 World Series champion Chicago White Sox have been added to the lineup for SoxFest in January.
White Sox fans, you’ll have your chance to see Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez.
When you see one of these great hustle plays from now on just know what you’re clapping it up for.
Former White Sox outfielde Aaron Rowand will serve as a guest radio analyst on 670 The Score for final two games of the White Sox series at the New York Yankees.
Aaron Rowand has agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and will contend for a job as a backup outfielder.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Outfielder Aaron Rowand and infielder Miguel Tejada have been designated for assignment by the San Francisco Giants, a major shake-up for the stumbling defending World Series champions. The Giants made the […]
Pat Burrell and Aaron Rowand drove in three runs apiece and the Giants beat the Cubs 13-7 Tuesday afternoon in the first game of a day-night doubleheader.
Tonight marks the start of the 2010 World Series. It’s a World Series that the National and East Coast bias Networks dread, but baseball fans could really enjoy.
Both the Cubs and White Sox watched this year’s MLB Playoffs from the couch. But, in two years it might be easier for them to make it into the postseason action.
The 2005 White Sox season is one no Sox fan will soon forget. When Ozzie Guillen looks back on that season, he does so with fond memories of the players who made his job so easy.