The White Sox are looking for a spark in their offense and they hope the return of left fielder Dayan Viciedo will help.
Jordan Danks atoned for a baserunning blunder in the ninth inning by hitting a solo home run in the 11th that lifted the Chicago White Sox over the Kansas City Royals 2-1 Monday.
It’s not John Danks, but the White Sox have a member of the Danks family on their active roster.
The White Sox officially placed outfielder Alejandro De Aza on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday and recalled Jordan Danks from Triple-A Charlotte.
Juan Rivera tied the score in the ninth with a sacrifice fly — three innings after the Dodgers had one taken away on an appeal play — and Dee Gordon singled home the winning run in the 10th to give Los Angeles a 2-1 victory Sunday in the rubber game of an interleague series between division leaders.
The realization of a dream finally has come true for the Danks brothers.
Jordan Danks, the younger brother of left-hander John Danks, will reportedly join the White Sox Thursday.
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.
Adam Hoge answers your questions about the White Sox as they continue to try to stay afloat in the sub-par American League Central Division.
White Sox pitcher John Danks may soon be joined on the field by his brother.