A.J. Pierzynski is set to come off the disabled list Friday in Detroit, but there’s a chance he might have to fight to regain his starting job.
Juan Pierre’s game-ending single in the 14th inning capped a wild, five-hour marathon as the Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 8-7 on Tuesday night.
The White Sox placed A.J. Pierzynski on the disabled list Tuesday with a fractured left wrist and purchased the contract of catcher Donny Lucy from Triple-A Charlotte.
Adam Dunn will sit tonight as the White Sox take on lefty Danny Duffy in Kansas City. Dunn is just 2-for-64 against lefties this season and only has 15 hits in his last 120 at-bats (.120).
Adam Hoge answers your questions about the White Sox as they continue to try to stay afloat in the sub-par American League Central Division.
For the first time since last August the White Sox finally beat the Twins. Their 4-3 come from behind victory snapped a 9 game skid to Minnesota and they did it with 2 out hits.
Before the Chicago White Sox took the field against the Seattle Mariners, the team made nine roster moves, sending players to Class AAA and minor-league camp.
Carlos Quentin had four hits, including a homer, and drove in four runs Friday to power the Chicago White Sox to an 18-1 rout of the Oakland Athletics.
Spring training has a habit of dragging on and becoming redundant at points, but there are always some exciting elements for a team’s coaching and front office staff.
No stranger to chasing down his white whales, Ken Williams harpooned his latest one on Thursday. And it’s a doozy.
FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports both the White Sox and Cubs could make plays to sign free agent first baseman Paul Konerko.
The Sox/Indians brunchtimer means Laurence Holmes and I will join you after the postgame show, ready to discuss the performance of Manny Ramirez. He is in today’s lineup, batting 5th as the DH. (Perhaps he […]