Mark Teahen

Gavin Floyd

Report: Blue Jays Still Interested In Gavin Floyd

The Blue Jays are looking for another starter before the season and have been a frequent trade partner with the White Sox in the last year.

CBS Chicago–03/12/2012

Kenny Williams

Schuster: Thoughts On The Trade

Wednesday’s trade sending Edwin Jackson and Mark Teahen to Toronto for right handed pitchers Jason Frasor and Zach Stewart serves two purposes.

CBS Chicago–07/27/2011

Edwin Jackson

White Sox Trade Jackson, Teahen To Blue Jays

The White Sox traded pitcher Edwin Jackson and third baseman Mark Teahen to Toronto Wednesday in exchange for pitchers Jason Frasor and Zach Stewart.

CBS Chicago–07/27/2011

Alejandro De Aza. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

De Aza Starting In CF As Sox Make Trade

Alejandro De Aza has surfaced in the White Sox locker room and will start in center field this afternoon against the Detroit Tigers.

CBS Chicago–07/27/2011

Detroit Tigers v Chicago White Sox

White Sox Fall Again To Twins, 6-3

For the Chicago White Sox, this seemed like an appropriate All-Star break send-off — another lousy performance, another loss. For good measure, throw in some extra angst over Jake Peavy’s arm, too.


Gordon Beckham. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Beckham Sits Again For White Sox; Johnson Leads Off For Cubs

Gordon Beckham will sit for the third straight game tonight as the White Sox take on Matt Garza and the Cubs.

CBS Chicago–06/21/2011

Adam Dunn #32 of the Chicago White Sox gets congratulated by Paul Konerko # 14 after hitting a 3-run homer against the Oakland Athletics on June 12, 2011 at U.S. Cellular Field. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

Dunn Hits Three-Run Homer, White Sox Top A’s

White Sox slugger Adam Dunn has said that he only needs about 75 good swings a season to be valuable. He had one of those on Sunday afternoon.

670 The Score–06/12/2011

Mark Teahen

White Sox Place Teahen On 15-Day Disabled List

The Chicago White Sox have placed infielder Mark Teahen on the 15-day disabled list and recalled infielder Dallas McPherson from Class AAA Charlotte, the team announced on Tuesday.


Brent Morel

Cowley: There Was Never A Competition For Third Base

On Thursday, the Chicago White Sox named Brent Morel their starting third baseman. While it seems as if Morel beat out Mark Teahen based on their spring training performances, the job may have been decided much sooner.

670 The Score–03/25/2011

Brent Morel

White Sox Name Morel Starting Third Baseman

On Thursday, Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen announced that Brent Morel will be the team’s starting third baseman.

670 The Score–03/24/2011

Mark Teahen

Teahen Welcomes Competition For Third

Last season the perception was that Mark Teahen was going to be the Chicago White Sox’s third baseman heading into the season. This season, however, there appears to be more competition at the hot corner.

670 The Score–03/16/2011

Mark Teahen

White Sox Top Texas, Viciedo Injured

The Texas Rangers had a strong lead against the White Sox until Chicago overcame that deficit in the ninth inning. However, Dayan Viciedo was hit by a pitch and broke his thumb.


Alex Rios

White Sox Score 16 Runs, Tie Indians

Alex Rios hit two home runs and drove in five runs as the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians combined for 32 runs in a 16-16 tie.


Mark Teahen

Teahen Leaves Camp For Family Health Issue

Just when spring training was getting going, bad news came toward Mark Teahen.


Omar Vizquel

Vizquel Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down

Every team needs veteran leadership to be competitive over the stretch of 162 games. Omar Vizquel adds plenty of veteran experience to the Chicago White Sox, 22 years worth to be exact.

670 The Score–02/22/2011

Adam Dunn

Bernstein: Dunn Means Return To Power

KennyBall, anyone? After allowing Ozzie Guillen to realize his quixotic desire for speed and flexibility — mixing and matching his lineup and playing NL-style baseball — it appears the White Sox have come to their senses by signing prolific slugger Adam Dunn to a four-year deal worth $56 million.

670 The Score–12/03/2010

Omar Vizquel

Cowley: Omar Vizquel Is Back For 2011

Omar Vizquel admitted on Tuesday that he entered last spring training with the mindset that 2010 would be his final season as a major-league player.

670 The Score–11/02/2010

Kotsay Says DH-By-Committee Didn’t Fail

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Mark Kotsay wasn’t about to apologize for his 2010 season. Does the veteran designated-hitter/infielder wish he could have had a better start to the year? Absolutely. Maybe then what’s left of this […]


Teahen reinstated from DL

Just in time for the White Sox to kick off the series against the Tigers, the White Sox have reinstated Mark Teahen from the 15-day disabled list.