If the Chicago White Sox are going to compete for a playoff spot in 2014, there would be no better time to strike than now.
When you are relegated to starting a 29-year-old minor league pitcher 25 games into the season, people will point it out but have little empathy for you.
If Chris Sale was pitching in the 1970s, he might have been able to determine his own fate on Thursday evening.
By Bruce Levine 670thescore.com (CBS) – Losing a game late like the White Sox did on Wednesday evening is tough on everybody involved. Take manager Robin Ventura, for instance. A decision not to bring […]
The Red Sox managed just six hits, but took advantage of the 15 walks issued by Chicago pitching, including 11 after the seventh inning.
Erik Johnson had his best outing of the young season in Tuesday’s win.
As the season progresses, there is a chance he will be the club’s next closer.
Dayan Viciedo needs to step up after the season-ending injury to Avisail Garcia.
Matt Lindstrom has been aided by adding a cut fastball to his arsenal.
The White Sox had the second-most errors in baseball in 2013.
Rick Hahn needs some of the younger White Sox to reach their potentially quickly.
Can Anthony Rizzo or Jose Abreu be the baseball stars this city craves?
Before the rainbow, there must be rain. And it’s raining right now on Chicago baseball.
A starting rotation of Sale-Samardzija-Quintana-Wood-Danks is solid.
White Sox veteran Paul Konerko doesn’t think baseball is meant to be played in Chicago in April.
Beckham isn’t pulling the ball yet in batting practice.
Nate Jones, Matt Lindstrom, Maikel Cleto and Chris Beck are all in the mix.
Robin Ventura says only time will tell if Matt Davidson makes the Opening Day roster.
The White Sox may face late-inning binds because of Konerko’s lack of versatility.
White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham could bat second, eighth or ninth in the order.