White Sox Waive OhmanAccording to a report, the White Sox have placed pitcher Will Ohman on waivers.
Humber Shaky, But White Sox Beat Dodgers 5-4The Chicago White Sox just kept pecking away at Chad Billingsley until they scraped across enough runs to give Philip Humber an early cushion to work with. He gave it all back before his teammates pushed across one more run and closed it out with a solid effort by their bullpen.
Humber Goes Six, But White Sox Fall To Indians 6-3Carlos Santana and Travis Hafner homered to lead the Cleveland Indians to a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night.
De Aza Drives In 4 As White Sox Top Twins 8-6Alejandro De Aza drove in a career-high four runs to lead the Chicago White Sox to an 8-6 win over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.
White Sox Win Fifth Straight; Gain Ground On TigersJust when it seemed as if the Chicago White Sox were doomed to play out the string in a losing season, they put together their longest winning streak of the year.
White Sox Fall To Verlander, Tigers 5-4Justin Verlander got his 14th win and Wilson Betemit had a two-out, go-ahead single in the eighth inning Tuesday night as the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 5-4 and increased their lead in the AL Central.
White Sox Fall Again To Twins, 6-3For the Chicago White Sox, this seemed like an appropriate All-Star break send-off -- another lousy performance, another loss. For good measure, throw in some extra angst over Jake Peavy's arm, too.
White Sox Lose To Surging Tigers 7-3Headed to the plate with the bases loaded in a tie game, Ryan Raburn would have been happy with a base hit. Instead, he drove the first pitch he saw from Jake Peavy into the left-field bullpen to stun the crowd at U.S. Cellular Field.
Quentin's Big Night Leads White Sox In RoutEdwin Jackson pitched seven superb innings for his first victory in more than a month, Carlos Quentin homered and drove in five runs, and the Chicago White Sox routed the Los Angeles Angels 8-0 on Monday night.
Cooper: Sox Have A Chance To 'Do Some Damage' This YearWhite Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said morning that he thinks the White Sox have “a good chance to do some damage this year."
Dorfman: For White Sox It's New Season, Old ProblemsThere is no way to judge a baseball team after four games, but when glaring problems that have haunted a franchise for several seasons resurface, two words come to mind: uh-oh!
Spiegel: Don't Overuse The LoogyDespite what the early results have been, the fact remains that the White Sox bullpen is an embarrassment of riches.