The White Sox may not be involved in any potential postseason play in 2014, but looking at postseason awards may be another story.
The Chicago White Sox are expected to bring back their entire coaching staff in 2015.
Rick Hahn has to decide to chase a couple big names or spread money around to a half-dozen guys.
Marcus Semein, Josh Phegley and Michael Taylor were among the call-ups.
Adam Dunn will finally get a chance to play in the postseason.
Rick Hahn and the White Sox are still considering their options for Carlos Rodon.
General manager Rick Hahn and the White Sox will build for 2015.
Both sides will benefit from this move.
Keep an eye on these guys.
The White Sox plan to call up five to eight youngsters, Rick Hahn said.
By Bruce Levine– (CBS) – The 2014 season begins its descent into the mystic as the White Sox look toward better days and a more competent bullpen mix in 2015. It has been a struggle […]
Jose Abreu has been on a mission all season.
(CBS) – The White Sox appeared passive this week as the non-waiver trading deadline passed without the team making a deal. On the surface, you could say they weren’t trying very hard to add on. […]
Like it or not White Sox fans, your team will be going through some changes before Aug. 1.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn also talked about the John Danks, early surprises and the bullpen.
Normally five weeks is a sufficient period of time to sign any top-tier draft choice. In the case of Carlos Rodon, the Scott Boras factor could loom large.
Rick Hahn has seen a transformation of his offense that he hoped for but probably didn’t expect.
After missing five weeks with a sore forearm/elbow, Chris Sale threw six scoreless innings Thursday.
Rick Renteria says he’s unlikely to push Jeff Samardzija to 126 pitches ever again.
A sample size of the 2014 White Sox offense shows the polar opposite of the inept 2013 squad that finished 29th in runs scored.