Philip Humber didn’t match the performance in his previous win. Nearly impossible to do that. After more than a month without a win, though, he was still pretty happy.
Paul Konerko hit a tiebreaking three-run homer and the Chicago White Sox routed the Cleveland Indians 12-6 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
Dayan Viciedo homered in his third straight game, Paul Konerko had four hits, and the Chicago White Sox pounded Derek Lowe and the short-handed Cleveland Indians 14-7 Saturday for their eighth win in nine games.
Warnings were issued to both benches Friday at Wrigley Field after Cubs starter Jeff Samardzija hit Paul Konerko in the face with a pitch and Philip Humber responded by throwing behind Cubs first baseman Bryan LaHair.
Morel was originally in Friday’s lineup, but was scratched late with his on-going back issues and was replaced by Eduardo Escobar.
It’s no secret Ken ‘The Hawk’ Harrelson has a difficult time separating his fanship with his work.
Alex Rios wasn’t seeking revenge against Cleveland closer Chris Perez. He got it anyway.
Prince Fielder homered and Rick Porcello pitched impressively into the seventh inning to lead the Detroit Tigers to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
After Gavin Floyd retired the first 14 Red Sox batters, he couldn’t help it. He was definitely thinking about the perfect game Phil Humber pitched last weekend.
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.
Jason Hammel struck out 10 and closer Jim Johnson fanned Alex Rios with the bases loaded Thursday to preserve the Baltimore Orioles’ 5-3 win over the Chicago White Sox.
We’re a week into the season and it’s time for our first White Sox mailbag of the year. This week address Gordon Beckham, trading Alex Rios and Hawk calling Viciedo “Tanks”.
Gerald Laird homered among his three hits to back a strong outing by Rick Porcello and lead the Detroit Tigers to a 5-2 victory over the White Sox on Sunday, snapping Chicago’s four-game winning streak.
Jake Peavy pitched effectively into the seventh inning and Dayan Viciedo homered and made a key catch Friday as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers 5-2 in their home opener.
Here’s a look at five players who may play key roles if this is going to be a positive season on either side of town. One name you won’t see on this list is Adam Dunn.
Zack Greinke struggled in his final outing of spring training, allowing six runs over three innings in the Milwaukee Brewers’ 13-7 win over the Chicago White Sox on Monday at Camelback Ranch.
After taking most of the spring to make a final decision, Ventura made the announcement after the left-hander pitched seven strong innings against the Dodgers Monday at Camelback Ranch.
Dayan Viciedo may have found a new unofficial role within the White Sox organization.
Consider the White Sox a dangerous dark horse in 2012. To get you ready for the off-season, here are five burning White Sox questions for the winter.
Kenny Williams lost his poker bet, after he pushed Jerry Reinsdorf’s chips to the middle of the table and birthed a regrettable marketing slogan.