According to a report from CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman, White Sox left-hander John Danks will make his first start of the season Friday against the Marlins.
Worn down by the mundane routine of extended spring training, John Danks had no problem trading the heat of Arizona for the cool weather in Chicago.
It’s not John Danks, but the White Sox have a member of the Danks family on their active roster.
The Chicago White Sox will go as far as their pitching staff lets them. This is not a revelation on my part, but still something the staff takes seriously.
Three years into Dayan Viciedo’s career with the White Sox, and the right-handed slugger is primed for a breakout season.
John Danks will officially start the 2013 season where he ended his 2012 season: on the disabled list.
Does anyone really think the Sox will be playing meaningful games in October and the Cubs, meaningful games in June?
Chris Heisey and Jay Bruce hit consecutive home runs and the Cincinnati Reds tagged John Danks and the Chicago White Sox 10-6 Tuesday.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Adam Eaton had four hits and Aaron Hill had three, helping the Arizona Diamondbacks defeat the Chicago White Sox 11-9 Saturday. Eric Chavez had three RBIs for the Diamondbacks, who piled […]
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.
John Danks gave up a run in two-plus innings in his first outing since May, Dewayne Wise hit a three-run homer and the Chicago White Sox beat the San Francisco Giants 6-2 on Monday.
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.
A published report says White Sox pitcher John Danks is denying claims by a high school friend, who fell 10 feet from a rooftop deck at the condo where Danks was living and became a paraplegic.
White Sox starting pitcher John Danks is being sued by a Texas man, who says his spinal cord injury happened as a result of Danks’ failure to call 911 after a fall at Danks’ home.
John Danks’ tumultuous season was met with a sliver of good news Monday afternoon when the White Sox announced the veteran left-hander had undergone successful shoulder surgery.
The White Sox are no longer a cute little story, and that’s a good thing.
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.
White Sox pitcher John Danks is done for the season.
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.