The season clock is running short for Gordon Beckham, still dealing with an oblique injury that shelved him a week ago.
Two very disappointed young players were among the five roster cuts that the White Sox made on Sunday.
Paul Konerko is ready to take on a minor or major role for the 2014 White Sox.
Jeff Samardzija will make one more start and then have five days rest before the opener.
The Cubs continue to insist Javier Baez will be the everyday shortstop at Triple-A Iowa.
A Lakeview business group is offering free tattoos to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field to the first 12 people who call.
On his way down to the minors, Josh Phegley says, “We all had our opportunities” to win the starting job.
Catcher Josh Phegley will start the season at Triple-A.
The fate of Gordon Beckham starting the season in the Sox lineup, is only a guess at this point. Beckham injured an oblique side muscle during a round of batting practice on Friday.
Jordan Danks is making his push to get in the White Sox outfield rotation.
With just three weeks until Opening Day, the White Sox are no closer to naming a full-time third baseman than they were when spring training began.
Relief specialist Ronald Belisario reported to camp on Saturday, after missing the first three weeks of spring training due to visa issues.
Closer Nate Jones pitched a scoreless inning of relief in his spring training debut on Saturday. Jones was limited to side sessions up until Saturday due to a strain in his upper leg that was incurred on February 15.
Danks is 7-18 since a shoulder injury in 2012, but feels stronger now, he said.
Robin Ventura says only time will tell if Matt Davidson makes the Opening Day roster.
The Sox now have 55 players remaining in their big league camp.
David Reinsdorf was 51.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn sees value in Paul Konerko on and off the field.
Chris Sale retired eight of the nine Dodgers he faced Friday in his first action.
Nate Jones threw in a simulated workout Friday morning.