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.
The Chicago White Sox have reportedly agreed on a five-year extension with left-handed pitcher Chris Sale worth $60 million.
While there have been no major setbacks with the recovery of John Danks, the team is adamant that the pitcher is a long way away from competing.
Since its inception, the publication Baseball Prospectus seems to pick the White Sox to finish at the bottom of the standings each season.
As always, the cast for SoxFest 2013 is as star-studded as possible.
Hector Santiago has experienced pretty much everything a pitcher can in a major league season, but he’s about to face his biggest challenge yet.
After receiving the day off Sunday, White Sox leadoff man Alejandro De Aza was back in the lineup for Monday’s matchup against the Indians.
On Sunday the Chicago Bears will beat the St. Louis Rams. I want you to read that statement again. And a third time. Then I want you to say it aloud. Ten times.
Bruce Chen pitched into the seventh inning, Alex Gordon hit a two-run double and the Kansas City Royals beat the AL Central-leading White Sox 3-0 on Wednesday night to snap Chicago’s five-game winning streak.
The White Sox are fighting for your interest. They’re a first place team that can’t seem to draw consistent crowds, and with the onslaught of coverage for the NFL behemoth, the Sox will struggle to draw airtime and newsprint inches.
Steve Stone admitted that Sale appeared to be fatigued in Detroit, but the White Sox have a scheduled day off Thursday, which could benefit the 23-year-old left-hander.
Chris Sale is bringing more pitching joy and awe to this baseball town than anyone since Kid K.
Look no further than the 2005 White Sox to see just how important a pitching staff can be in the playoffs.
Chris Sale struck out 13 in 7 2-3 stellar innings to get his 15th victory, Alex Rios hit a go-ahead homer and the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Yankees 2-1 on Wednesday night to complete a three-game sweep in the meeting of division leaders.
Chris Sale struck out 11 in 6 2-3 innings, A.J. Pierzynski had a two-run home run in a five-run sixth inning and Chicago White Sox beat the Oakland Athletics 7-3 on Sunday.
The White Sox are no longer a cute little story, and that’s a good thing.
Chris Sale isn’t on a specific innings count, but it’s becoming obvious the left-hander needs to limit his innings right now if he’s going to be counted on in September.
White Sox fans can be excused for an initially negative reaction to hearing that the Twins’ Francisco Liriano had been acquired late last night for utility man Eduardo Escobar and minor-league starter Pedro Hernandez.
Matt Thornton was a disaster, well before Addison Reed finally arrived to allow the final blast. Thornton’s pitch selection was odd, and he’s been mediocre all season long.
He may be half way across the country, but former White Sox ace Mark Buehrle understands just how special Chris Sale is.