Chicago White Sox

White Sox Sign Top International Prospect, Cuban OF Yoelqui CéspedesCéspedes is rated the No. 1 international prospect by MLB Pipeline, and was a two-time Cuban Serie Nacional champion with Granma.
White Sox Sign Closer Liam Hendriks To 4-Year, $54 Million ContractWith the signing of Hendriks, the White Sox now have four pitchers who finished in the top 10 in the AL Cy Young Award voting in 2020.
La Russa Pleads Guilty To Lesser Charge To End DUI CaseLa Russa's attorney said his client underwent alcohol counseling after his arrest. Authorities say La Russa blew out a tire and smashed into a curb, leaving the car smoking.
MLB Officially Recognizes Negro Leagues As Having Major League Status After 100 YearsMajor League Baseball is correcting what it calls a “longtime oversight” in the game’s history.
Adam Eaton And White Sox Finalize $8 Million, 1-Year Deal
White Sox First Baseman José Abreu Wins AL Hank Aaron AwardAbreu, 33, already had been named American League Most Valuable Player, and had won a Silver Slugger Award this season.
White Sox Acquire Lance Lynn From Rangers In Trade For Dane Dunning“Lance is one of the most proven and dependable starting pitchers in baseball,” White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said in a statement.
White Sox Bringing Back Adam Eaton In Right Field On One-Year Deal, Per ReportsThe White Sox reportedly are reuniting with free agent outfielder Adam Eaton, signing him to a one-year $7 million deal, almost four years to the day they traded Eaton to the Washington Nationals.
White Sox Great Dick Allen Dies At Age Of 78Allen's family announced his death through his Twitter account.
Cubs TV Broadcaster Len Kasper Is Moving To White Sox RadioCubs TV broadcaster Len Kasper reportedly is leaving the North Side to become the radio play-by-play voice of the White Sox.
White Sox Decline To Offer Contracts To RF Nomar Mazara, LHP Carlos RodónRodón was selected by Chicago with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2014 amateur draft. He broke into the majors the following year and looked as if he could be a key member of the team's rotation for years to come before he was hampered by a series of injuries.
White Sox Manager Tony La Russa To Change Plea In Arizona Drunk Driving CaseAuthorities say La Russa blew out a tire on the grey Lexus he was driving in a collision with a curb that left the vehicle smoking.
White Sox, Yankees Now Set To Play At Field Of Dreams On Aug. 21, 2021The White Sox are now tentatively scheduled to play the New York Yankees at the Field of Dreams in August of next year, after the game planned there for this season had to be canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
White Sox Say They Understand 'Seriousness' Of La Russa Case
White Sox' José Abreu Named American League MVPWhite Sox first baseman José Abreu was named American League Most Valuable Player on Thursday.
No Comment From White Sox After Revelations About DUI Charge Against Tony La Russa Day Before His HiringThe White Sox are not talking a day after revelations that new manager Tony La Russa is facing a DUI charge in Arizona.
Report: DUI Charges Were Filed Against Tony La Russa In Arizona On Day Before He Was Announced As White Sox ManagerOne day before the White Sox introduced Tony La Russa as their new manager, misdemeanor driving under the influence charges were filed against the Hall of Fame manager in Arizona.
White Sox Rookie Center Fielder Luis Robert Wins Gold Glove; Javier Baez And Anthony Rizzo Also Win For CubsWhite Sox center fielder Luis Robert won a Gold Glove on Tuesday, the first rookie in team history to win that honor.
Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years"La Russa and Connie Mack are the only two managers to win World Series titles in three different decades and to win pennants in four decades. La Russa, who was named Manager of the Year in 1983, 1988, 1992 and 2002, is one of only four managers to receive the honor in each league."
White Sox Manager Rick Renteria, Pitching Coach Don Cooper Won't Return In 2021General Manager Rick Hahn announced Monday morning the White Sox and Renteria have agreed to part ways.
A's Advance In Playoffs, Beating White Sox 6-4The A’s had lost six straight playoff series since sweeping Minnesota in the 2006 Division Series only to get swept by Detroit in the Championship Series.
A's Hold Off Abreu, White Sox 5-3, Force Series To Game 3Abreu, at the top of the list of AL MVP candidates, hit a hard grounder to second base as Diekman earned a tough save.
Giolito Dazzles, Abreu Slugs White Sox Past A's In OpenerGiolito (1-0) yelled in delight after striking out the side in the sixth, quickly walking back to the dugout with his arms to his side.
Cubs Beat White Sox, Who Tumble Out Of Position For Home Playoff SeriesReynaldo López struggled and the Chicago White Sox tumbled out of position for a home playoff series, losing to Kris Bryant and the crosstown Cubs on Sunday.
White Sox End 6-Game Skid With 9-5 Victory Over Cubs, Who Clinch NL Central Title With Cardinals' LossThe White Sox got a sorely needed win and remain a game behind AL Central leader Minnesota, with the Twins beating Cincinnati.
White Sox Reliever Jimmy Cordero Suspended 3 Games For Hitting Cubs' Willson Contreras With Pitch; Manager Rick Renteria Suspended One GameContreras hit a three-run home run off White Sox starter Dylan Cease in the third inning on Friday, then exited the batter's box with a sky-high bat-flip. Four innings later, Cordero hit Contreras with a pitch.
Cleveland Beats White Sox For 4-Game Sweep, Playoff Seeds At StakeThe Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox Thursday night for a four-game sweep in a matchup of playoff-bound teams.
White Sox Fall Into Tie With Twins As They Lose To ClevelandJordan Luplow hit a game-ending home run that gave the Indians a win over the White Sox.
White Sox Lose Game To Cleveland As Indians Clinch Playoff BerthJose Ramírez hit a three-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning, giving Cleveland a 5-3 win over the Chicago White Sox that clinched a postseason berth Tuesday night.
White Sox' Likely AL Central Title Delayed As They Lose To ClevelandCarlos Santana's two-run homer snapped a tie and José Ramírez homered again as the Cleveland Indians moved closer to clinching a playoff berth — and delayed Chicago's likely AL Central title — with a win over the White Sox on Monday night.