White Sox Pitching

Jake Peavy

Peavy’s Unanswered Questions

The health of Jake Peavy is important to the Chicago White Sox, but it might not be the most important thing to the team’s success. Their success will hinge on the pitching staff’s depth.

670 The Score–03/02/2011

Sergio Santos

Santos: All Bullpen Pitchers Want To Close

With the departure of former Chicago White Sox closer Bobby Jenks, the team has opened up the competition to be this year’s closer to the entire bullpen. And it’s a job they’d all love to have.

670 The Score–03/02/2011

Jesse Crain

Crain Looking For Edge In Spring Training

Spring training is just starting to pick up some steam. Over the course of the the next month of games, players will look to make the adjustments and prepare themselves for the long 162-game season.

670 The Score–02/28/2011

John Danks

Breaking Down Buehrle, Peavy And Danks

Offensively, the Chicago White Sox should have plenty of fire power to compete for the division title. But with a big seasons by some of the starting pitchers the White Sox could be thinking bigger.

670 The Score–02/25/2011

Chris Sale

Sale Will Focus On Bullpen

Over the offseason it wasn’t clear if Chris Sale’s role for the 2011 season would be as a starter or coming out of the bullpen.

670 The Score–02/23/2011

Matt Thornton

Thornton Wants To Be Closer, But Championsip Is More Important

For the Chicago White Sox, the competition to be the team’s closer might be the only positional battle taking place during training camp. While players like Matt Thornton want the job, winning is ultimately more important.

670 The Score–02/22/2011

Jake Peavy

White Sox Need A Healthy Peavy

After signing free agent slugger Adam Dunn, re-signing Paul Konerko and A.J. Pierzynski, the White Sox now have a powerful offense to go along with a potentially dominating pitching staff.

670 The Score–02/16/2011

Chris Sale

Cowley: Sale Is ‘Knock Out’ Pitcher For Ninth Inning

For the 2011 Chicago White Sox, there are far more questions about the pitching than there are about the offense. And two of the major pitching questions can be answered with one player’s heath.

670 The Score–02/14/2011