John Danks was sharp in his final outing before starting on opening day, pitching six innings for the Chicago White Sox on Saturday in a 3-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
After John Danks pitched seven strong innings against the Dodgers Monday with his agent and family in attendance, White Sox manager Robin Ventura officially named the lefty his opening day starter.
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.
Dodgers leadoff man Dee Gordon stole two more bases and Los Angeles beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 Monday.
John Danks meets the media after giving up just two earned runs in seven innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers Monday.
It figures that on my first day here at Camelback Ranch, Ozzie Guillen and his sons were the hot topic.
John Danks, who signed a five-year, $65 million dollar contract extension in December, gave up four runs — three earned — and five hits. He walked two and struck out two in four innings.
When the White Sox traded Sergio Santos to the Blue Jays, they didn’t just lose one of their best young pitchers.
Danks walked Albert Pujols and Vernon Wells in the first inning and that set up Jorge Cantu’s two-run single Tuesday as the Los Angeles Angels beat the Chicago White Sox 6-2.
Chemistry and camaraderie are extremely important to winning in baseball, if you believe most players.
John and Jordan Danks are brothers separated by three years but they look like twins. Jordan is the baby of the two even though he is a few inches taller and about 30 pounds heavier. But the faces are carbon copies and both have that same Texas drawl.
It comes as no surprise, but the White Sox announced Thursday they have signed left-handed pitcher John Danks to a five-year deal.
The White Sox are reportedly close to a 5-year contract extension for lefty starter John Danks.
A rift between White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper and some of his pitchers was exposed by Sun-Times columnist and 670 The Score contributor Joe Cowley in Wednesday’s newspaper.
The GM got off the wire, helped the manager load up the canon for one final shot down to Florida, and tried his best to take down the big top once and for all.
It’s day two of baseball’s winter meetings, and things are just getting started for the White Sox.
As each day passes, it appears more and and unlikely Buehrle will return. Coupled with the loss of Buehrle, reports have speculated that starting pitcher John Danks could also be shipped out for younger prospects. Add to that the loss of Edwin Jackson, who was traded before last year’s trade deadline, and you are missing some serious innings.
A.J. Pierzynski homered twice among his four hits and drove in four runs as the Chicago White Sox snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 10-5 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday.
Jhonny Peralta and Ryan Raburn ignited the Detroit Tigers offense with back-to-back homers in the second inning as the Detroit Tigers routed the Chicago White Sox 14-4 for their 10th straight win on Monday night.
Carlos Quentin was re-activated from the disabled list Monday, but is not in the lineup against the Detroit Tigers.