“The names get brought up, that is just part of the game,” White Sox manager Robin Ventura says.
Ozzie Guillen was quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday stating that when Robin Ventura was finished managing the team he would be interested in returning.
Surely, Ozzie Guillen’s some lessons, and he’s now expressed a willingness to return to the White Sox.
“I don’t have any problems with the Sox,” Guillen says.
The first half of the season was a mixed bag of results for the White Sox.
The resurgent career of John Danks has been a nice story in this retooling season for the White Sox.
John Danks has won three straight starts for the first time in three years.
Eaton loves the strategy in the National League.
It was a game that lived up to the hype of two ace pitchers throwing dominant games. Chris Sale and Max Scherzer both lived up too their reputations, throwing outstanding ballgames through seven innings.
“Executives are putting … more stock in the ability of a manager to relate to his player core,” Ausmus said.
The White Sox pulled within 2 1/2 games of the AL Central-leading Tigers.
The White Sox pulled within 3 1/2 games of the Tigers with Monday night’s win.
White Sox ace Chris Sale completely dominated the Padres on Sunday, running his record to 5-0 with a 1.59 ERA.
As Jose Abreu goes through his final rehab drills the White Sox continue to scuffle for runs.
Jose Abreu has been on the DL since May 18 with an injured left ankle.
Riding the wave of his best April and May ever, Alexei Ramirez appears headed to his first All-Star Game.
Connor Gillaspie is hitting a team-high .352, including .403 in his past 16 games.
After two great starts, Scott Carroll has run into some adversity in his past two. He remains optimistic and confident.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura questioned the effort of his players after a 5-1 loss to Arizona on Sunday in Chicago, and he spoke about the “uninspired” effort again before playing at Oakland on Monday night hoping for a spark. All he could complain about after the latest loss is that the comeback came too late.
Rick Renteria says he’s unlikely to push Jeff Samardzija to 126 pitches ever again.