The trade deadline was just step one in a multi-tiered process, and the part that we can’t know yet is how the White Sox plan to behave this offseason.
John Danks expected a good outing from former teammate Jake Peavy. He got a weak effort from himself.
Jake Peavy charges through baseball at one speed, throttle wide open, pedal to the metal. Always has.
If you would have asked me several months ago — and many of you did — whether this White Sox team would execute a bevy of trades before the season came to an end, I would have told you — and I did — that I’d be surprised if they made more than a deal or two.
Something good is happening, and it’s visible in the hard numbers.
If you were expecting blockbuster trades, exploding rosters, and all-new faces on the White Sox today, the past few days might have seemed just a little anticlimactic to you.
To fill the roster spot of Jake Peavy, who was traded to the Red Sox on Tuesday, the White Sox have called up outfielder Jordan Danks.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn looks to have the guts needed for a gut rehab of a team grown old, stale and bad
The Red Sox also got reliever Brayan Villarreal from the Tigers. They shipped Iglesias to Detroit and three minor leaguers to the White Sox as part of the trade. Chicago also received prized prospect Avisail Garcia from Detroit.
Over the next 24 hours, trade rumors will be flying all across Major League Baseball.
Though he’s currently on the disabled list and hasn’t pitched in a game since June 29, Jesse Crain is reportedly close to being traded to the Rays.
During each and every baseball season, trade rumors begins flying around toward the end of July.
Jake Peavy pitched into the eighth inning and the Chicago White Sox beat Justin Verlander and Detroit 7-4 Thursday as the Tigers again played minus Miguel Cabrera.
Though we won’t have Sale anymore, we may get something we don’t have now — a team with a future.
According to a report from CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman, the Red Sox and Cardinals are emerging as two favorites to land veteran hurler Jake Peavy.
One day after being yanked from a game for not hustling, Alex Rios busted out big slump in a big way.
Jake Peavy was reinstated to the active White Sox roster Friday.
670 The Score contributor Ken Rosenthal suggests the White Sox should consider moving Sale, if the price is right.
White Sox starting pitcher Jake Peavy is working to make his return to the big leagues after suffering a rib injury in early June.
And now boys and girls, the hangover.