It was obvious by the end of the 2010 season that the White Sox had grown tired of Bobby Jenks. The feeling from the right-handed closer was mutual. So on Thursday, it came as little surprise that the Robert Scott Jenks Era came to an end.
Bobby Jenks’ future with the White Sox is up in the air as the deadline to tender contracts approaches Dec. 2nd and Jenks is a non-tender candidate. The White Sox have to decide if they’re keeping the right-handed closer as they make their 2011 contract offers.
FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports both the White Sox and Cubs could make plays to sign free agent first baseman Paul Konerko.
CHICAGO (AP) If this really was a farewell for Paul Konerko and A.J. Pierzynski, it was warm and heartfelt. Still, this might not be the end for them with the White Sox. Konerko had two […]
Manny Ramirez hasn’t been horrible since joining the White Sox at the beginning of September, but it’s obvious that something is off with the slugger. Ramirez is batting .294 with the White Sox, but he […]
You would have taken my money had you bet me that the White Sox would win a game that included two innings pitched by Scott Linebrink (let alone a game-winning HR by Brent Lillibridge). But […]
Bobby Jenks had his chance at revenge against the Mariners Wednesday night and he took it–with 99 mile-per-hour smoke. Jenks struck out the side en route to recording his 21st save of the year. Of […]
As we mentioned last week, the White Sox’ mid-season tear has set them up for an emotionally charged period to come, marked by very high highs and very low lows. Yesterday, needless to say, was […]
Jake Peavy’s problem this year has been “the big inning.” It seems whenever he’s pitched poorly he’s run into an inning where he’s unable to get outs which costs his team five or six runs. […]
Saturday’s 4-1 win over the Marlins has to be just the kind of win Ozzie Guillen imagined he’d be getting out of his team when he put it together back in March. First, a solid […]