Peavy is clearly frustrated with how his career with the White Sox has gone, admitting that he came to the White Sox injured and has pretty much had something hurting ever since.
When Kyle Williams fumbled away last Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, you couldn’t help but feel for the guy.
They key way to bolster talent in a farm system is through the draft — something the White Sox have struggled with in recent years.
In the recent weeks, Guillen has sounded off at his former organization, making it very clear that he was asked to leave two days before the end of the 2011 season. He’s taken great offense to reports that he quit on his former team.
The White Sox promoted three employees in player development Monday, including Buddy Bell.
Ozzie Guillen may be done with the White Sox, but it appears there are still issues left to be settled.
With all the rumors coming into the Winter Meetings concerning the Cubs & White Sox, who would have thought the biggest story for Chicago was someone leaving it. The Cubs still make a minor, and I emphasize a minor, deal before they leave town while the Sox are done here.
With the winter meetings at full force in Dallas, Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times joined The Mully and Hanley Show to break down what’s been going on.
After trading away Sergio Santos to the Blue Jays in exchange for a Double-A prospect in Nestor Molina, it’s clear the White Sox are looking to bolster their depleted farm system.
Williams said he doesn’t anticipate trading any other pitchers on his current roster although that could change if the right deal came along. Williams said he just hasn’t received back the players he is looking for.
The White Sox traded closer Sergio Santos, who they recently signed to an extension, to Toronto Tuesday for minor league pitcher Nestor Molina.
A homeless man who allegedly broke into the home of White Sox general manager Kenny Williams, then drank beer, ate pizza and defrosted a lobster, was formally charged with burglary on Monday.
A man was reportedly arrested after breaking into the home of White Sox general manager Kenny Williams.
After sitting around the Phister Hotel up here in Milwaukee most of the day we finally got a chance to talk to the various General Managers. It actually was sort of funny because when they came into the ball room it was like feeding time at the zoo. We pounced on them and barely let them up for air.
Having tormented the Chicago Cubs from afar for the past 16 seasons, word now is that St. Louis’ newest retiree, Tony La Russa, may pile into a U-Haul and drive himself – while surely airlifting his ego – the 300 miles northeast to the Windy City.
Consider the White Sox a dangerous dark horse in 2012. To get you ready for the off-season, here are five burning White Sox questions for the winter.
Less than 72 hours after the Cardinals pulled off one of the least likeliest World Series championship runs in MLB history, their manager has snapped the city of St. Louis out of its soaring sugar high by announcing his retirement from baseball Monday morning.
With former White Sox hitting coach Greg Walker out the door with Ozzie Guillen, one former Sox slugger is throwing his name in the hat.
While the hiring of Robin Ventura as White Sox manager caught most of the baseball world by surprise, one Hall of Famer isn’t too worried about Ventura taking over on the South Side.
But before I can even ponder the impact of Theo at Wrigley, I first need to wrap my head around what the heck White Sox GM Kenny Williams is up to these days at U.S. Cellular Field – a place that somehow has become even nuttier now that Ozzie Guillen has left the building.