Levine: Jose Abreu's Future With White Sox UnknownWhile Abreu wants to stay in Chicago "forever," the White Sox will explore the trade market for him.
Day After Hitting For Cycle, Abreu Hits 2 Homers As White Sox Top GiantsCarson Fulmer won his first major league game as a starter.
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo, White Sox's Jose Abreu Among Roberto Clemente Award NomineesThe award winner will be announced during the World Series.
Chris Bosio, Don Cooper Admired How Heated Cubs-White Sox Game 'Policed Itself'"If you don't pitch in, you're not going to win," Cooper says.
Levine: White Sox Serve As Pin Cushions For John Lackey In LossLackey hit four White Sox batters -- his career-high -- in the Cubs' 7-2 win.
After Drilling 4 Batters, John Lackey Understands White Sox's Retaliation Against CubsLackey pulled the rare feat of hitting four batters, none he which were intentional, he and manager Joe Maddon said.
Jose Abreu Eager To Work With Yoan Moncada: 'I'll Be Right Here By His Side'Moncada will make his White Sox debut on Wednesday night in Chicago.
Levine: Abreu To Be Godfather For Cuban Prospects Moncada, RobertJose Abreu is embracing the opportunity to mentor fellow Cubans Yoan Moncada and Luis Robert.
Emma: White Sox Face Difficult Dilemma With Jose Abreu's ValueAbreu should be able to help a contending White Sox team, but is he better as a trade piece?
Levine: Jose Abreu Self-Motivated To Improve DefenseAbreu called a special session of fielding practice for himself prior to Saturday's game.
Levine: Rick Renteria 'Proud' Of White Sox's Fight After Rally Falls ShortThe White Sox faced an early six-run deficit against the Twins and lost 7-6.
Levine: Jose Abreu Would Like To Spend Entire Career With White Sox But Understands The SituationAbreu understands that he may be a trade chip in the coming years as the White Sox undergo a rebuild.
Jose Abreu Set To Return To White Sox Spring Training After TestimonyAbreu was testifying in a Cuban ballplayer smuggling case.
White Sox's Abreu To Jury: I Ate Fake Passport On Way To U.S.Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu told a Miami federal jury Wednesday that he ate a chunk of a fake passport while flying to the U.S. to cover up his illegal travel as part of a Cuban ballplayer smuggling operation.
Levine: At Least For Now, Jose Abreu Looked To For Leadership On White SoxAbreu's long-term future with the White Sox is uncertain as the team rebuilds.