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.
After one and a half seasons in Boston, the Red Sox have released former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks.
The up and down career of Bobby Jenks took another dip when he was arrested early this morning and charged with a DUI in Florida.
Former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks recently disclosed the details of a back ailment that could have cost him his life this past December.
The Chicago White Sox didn’t anticipate much drama coming from their choice with the 47th overall draft pick. But shortly after selecting Keenyn Walker from Central Arizona College, that’s exactly what they got.
Bobby Jenks is ready to move on from the comments he made about Ozzie Guillen and the White Sox organization in the off-season and admitted that he regrets them.
Former White Sox closer, and current Red Sox reliever Bobby Jenks has struggled so far this season. After his right cramped up during a recent loss to the Los Angeles Angels, Boston placed him on the disabled list.
After an offseason of feuding, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen and former pitcher Bobby Jenks are both having “seasons to forget,” a published report said over the weekend.
Ten games into a major-league season is no time to declare a crisis. There will be normalization of underperformance, just as there is in the other direction. In time, players will be who they are.
Bobby Jenks is now playing for the Boston Red Sox. It is only spring training and the former reliever is already trash talking his old team. Ozzie Guillen didn’t keep quiet and warned Jenks to leave the past where it is.
As he starts camp with the Boston Red Sox, former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks says he is not looking to get back at Oney Guillen for slamming him via Twitter.
One of the biggest questions for the Chicago White Sox heading into the 2011 season in who will be the team’s closer. And it looks like it’s too early to try and answer that question.
Gordon Beckham wasn’t going to get into the details of Oney Guillen and his “Twitter Gone Wild’’ account like Matt Thornton did a few weeks ago, but the White Sox second baseman would like to see a drama-free 2011.
Immature attention-whore Oney Guillen envisions himself as a heroic guardian of the family name. The 24-year-old adolescent fires venomous Twitter salvos while idling on a Venezuelan beach, then puts down his daiquiri long enough to dial up WSCR to dig even deeper into his self-made hole of stupid.
When Bobby Jenks signed with the Boston Red Sox most thought that his days of filling Chicago headlines was over.
Ozzie Guillen’s son, Oney, slammed former White Sox player Bobby Jenks on Twitter Tuesday night, after the Boston Red Sox pitcher criticized the way the White Sox let him go.
Bobby Jenks spent six years playing for the White Sox, and in just a few days went from Chicago to Boston, a move that he didn’t think he needed to make.
Earlier this month we all heard big things happening with the White Sox. They signed of Adam Dunn and resigned of Paul Konerko. Now we have news of Bobby Jenks getting a 2-year deal, except not with Chciago.
No stranger to chasing down his white whales, Ken Williams harpooned his latest one on Thursday. And it’s a doozy.