Levine: New Catcher To Be Added After Non-Tendering Tyler FlowersThe Chicago White Sox said goodbye to starting catcher Flowers on Wednesday.
White Sox Decline To Tender Contracts To Tyler Flowers, Jacob TurnerBoth players will become free agents.
Levine: Alex Avila Will Give White Sox Catching OptionsThe White Sox signed Avila on Wednesday to a one-year deal.
White Sox Catcher Tyler Flowers To Have Knee SurgeryFlowers tells CBSChicago.com that he will have the operation in Atlanta on Oct. 9.
Quintana Paces White Sox To 7-1 Win Over CardinalsThe White Sox swept the Cardinals in a short two-game series.
Levine: Catchers Unproductive For White Sox So FarNeither catcher Tyler Flowers nor Geovany Soto has distinguished himself at any one area of the position, other than reinforcing the pitchers’ confidence..
Levine: White Sox Add Geovany Soto To Catcher CompetitionSoto's overall game is superior to the other backup catcher candidates in Sox camp.
The Bernstein Brief: Splash By Sox The Start Of SomethingThe White Sox are in win-now mode but need to fill a few more holes.
World Series Stars Garland, Iguchi, Blum Added To SoxFestThree more stars of the 2005 World Series champion Chicago White Sox have been added to the lineup for SoxFest in January.
Jose Abreu Headlines Cast Of Players To Appear At SoxFestSoxFest is set for Jan. 23-25.
5 Walk Off Reasons To Love September BaseballWalk, don't run to the best time of the year.
Flowers Hits Tying, Winning Homers In White Sox Win Over A'sTyler Flowers shocked the Oakland Athletics on Monday night — but probably no more than he surprised himself. Flowers hit a solo home run to tie the game in the ninth inning and then added another to win it in the 12th, leading the Chicago White Sox to an improbable 5-4 victory.
Levine: White Sox Minor Leaguers Will Get Opportunities In SeptemberGeneral manager Rick Hahn wants a look at the future.
Levine: Essence Of The Game Ignored In Home Plate RulesRule 7.13 has everyone in baseball confused and angry.
Mariners Beat White Sox, 4-2Even though they no longer play in the same division, Chicago White Sox starter John Danks is still being haunted by Austin Jackson. The former Detroit Tigers outfielder went 3 for 4 with a career-high four RBIs against Danks as the Seattle Mariners beat the White Sox 4-2 on Sunday.