Paul Konerko and Carlos Quentin homered, and Phil Humber held Seattle’s offense in check as the Chicago White Sox beat the Mariners 5-1.
The Chicago White Sox’s six-man starting rotation happened out of circumstances, it wasn’t something that was planned.
The Chicago White Sox didn’t necessarily plan on going with a six-man starting rotation when they started spring training. But Phil Humber’s performance filling in for an injured Jake Peavy led to them going down that route.
Phil Humber wasn’t supposed to be anything more than a long reliever and an occasional starter this year. Turns out, he’s the team’s best starter.
Philip Humber delivered another strong start and Alexei Ramirez tied his career high with four hits to lead the White Sox to a 10-7 victory over the Red Sox.
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has made clear he won’t be endorsing interleague play any time soon. The Chicago White Sox, meanwhile, are likely looking forward to it.
Jake Peavy was brilliant Wednesday night. So brilliant that, after the game, he put his complete-game shutout of the Indians in perspective better than anyone.
Coco Crisp was caught trying to score the tying run on a straight steal of home in the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox held off the Oakland Athletics 4-3 Friday night.
The return of Jake Peavy, as well as the solid pitching of Phil Humber has presented the Chicago White Sox with a tough decision regarding their starting rotation.
The Chicago White Sox are still struggling through the 2011 season, looking to get some consistent offense to back up their solid starting pitching.
Gordon Beckham knew it wasn’t a run-on-contact situation. The ball needed to get all the way through the infield before he could head home.
The Chicago White Sox are in the midst of a rough patch, and things might not get easier as they travel to Seattle and face Felix Hernandez and the Mariners.
After consecutive strong pitching performances by Chicago White Sox starters, it’s now Mark Buehrle’s turn as Chicago looks to lock up a series win in New York.
Pitching around a walk and a single (that off the bat of Alex Rodriguez) in the 7th, and sitting at 100 pitches, it was clear that Phil Humber’s night had come to an end as he finished that inning with the no-hitter no longer in tact.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Phil Humberheld the New York Yankees hitless until Alex Rodriguez grounded a single up the middle with one out in the seventh inning.
The Chicago White Sox have struggled recently, losing 11 of their last 13 games. On Monday, they start a series with New York Yankees who have won three straight and seven of nine.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim scored four runs in the fourth inning and went on to beat the Chicago White Sox by a score of 4-3 on Friday night.
As the season progresses, bullpen struggles are becoming more and more common for the Chicago White Sox, and it’s beginning to frustrate manager Ozzie Guillen.
We’re less then 2 weeks into the baseball season but the White Sox are looking good early on. With Sunday’s 6-1 victory over hapless Tampa Bay, the Sox have jumped out of the gate with a 6-3 record.
Jake Peavy’s injury has been given a good amount of the attention this spring training. While it’s important to discuss the injury, the Chicago White Sox will still have a very effective starting rotation without Peavy.