The White Sox are still trying to get all their relievers healthy and in camp.
Chris Sale retired eight of the nine Dodgers he faced Friday in his first action.
Tuesday morning on The Mully and Hanley Show, an interesting candidate threw his name in the ring.
As the White Sox kick off a four-game series against the A’s on Thursday, they’ll be without manager Robin Ventura for the first two games.
As he continues to battle diverticulitis, White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper will miss the remainder of the team’s 10-game road trip.
According to multiple reports on Twitter, White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper has been hospitalized with diverticulitis.
In John Danks’ first game since May on Monday, the left-hander tossed two-plus innings, throwing 35 pitches, giving up one run and two hits.
The White Sox made changes to their major league coaching staff Tuesday, promoting Daryl Boston and Bobby Thigpen while moving Harold Baines to a new position.
As Don Cooper will admit, before this season began, the White Sox were expected to be a train wreck.
Through his first 145 games as a big league manager, Robin Ventura has lead a team that some projected to win a total of just 65 games to a record of 79-66, while maintaining a first-place position for most of the season.
A league source told 670 The Score Thursday that the White Sox reached out to Major League Baseball and were assured that catcher A.J. Pierzynski will not be suspended for using a banned substance.
Look no further than the 2005 White Sox to see just how important a pitching staff can be in the playoffs.
Veteran White Sox left-handed reliever Matt Thornton has had his share of rough outings this season.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said the team knew exactly what they were getting when they dealt for the 28-year-old – the key is just to eliminate those inconsistent moments.
The White Sox could be in for a surprise as they take on the Tigers this weekend.
The White Sox have been noticeably silent on the health status of John Danks, who hasn’t made an appearance for the White Sox since May 19.
This is the first All-Star break in recent memory that hasn’t felt like the serene eye of a giant, swirling storm, in both good times and bad.
The move allows the left-hander to pitch freely in the All-Star Game, but the team insists the decision wasn’t made for the All-Star Game.
The underlying theme throughout this season has been the lack of attendance from White Sox fans.
It seems more appropriate, and fun, to combine both rosters into one embarrassing, pathetic, and disturbing group.