Crain’s trade value will certainly take a hit.
Third baseman Brent Morel was among the latest roster cuts for the White Sox Tuesday. Morel saw regular at-bats toward the end of 2011 and at the start of 2012 but back issues forced him to miss 127 games last season.
As expected, third baseman Brent Morel and pitcher Zach Stewart were among five White Sox cuts Tuesday at Camelback Ranch.
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.
Kenny Williams has always had a thing for twilight.
The White Sox are no longer a cute little story, and that’s a good thing.
At some point a fact is a fact: the White Sox’s attendance issues are going to have an impact on what kind of improvements can be made in the next month and a half.
Paul Konerko was a late scratch from Tuesday night’s White Sox lineup because he had a small chip flushed in his left wrist.
No factor has been as important as the decision manager Robin Ventura made May 7 in the second game of a day/night doubleheader in Cleveland.
Don’t look now, but the White Sox are suddenly just a game behind the Texas Rangers for the best record in the American League. That sure happened quickly.
White Sox third baseman Brent Morel is eligible to come off the disabled list Saturday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll see him back in Chicago that quick.
It’s hard to ignore the fact that Orlando Hudson has never played a single game at third base in his major league career.
The White Sox officially signed infielder Orlando Hudson to a one-year deal Tuesday and placed third baseman Brent Morel on the 15-day disabled list.
Another week of White Sox baseball and another week of questions at third base. Here is this week’s mailbag, written as NATO protesters surround the building.
Morel was originally in Friday’s lineup, but was scratched late with his on-going back issues and was replaced by Eduardo Escobar.
As the White Sox continue to hang around mediocrity, White Sox fans are naturally looking for answers and starting to wonder if the team will be buyers or sellers later this summer.
The White Sox have only won two games since our last mailbag and have now lost 10 of their last 13 games.
I get it. We’re a month into the season and the questions you have about the White Sox are pretty much the same ones you had at the beginning of April.
The White Sox head back to the Windy City from a solid road trip with a pair of milestones to celebrate alongside their home fans. They nearly had one more win to take along, too.
Coming off a three-game sweep of the Mariners in Seattle, here is this week’s White Sox mailbag.