2/11/2016 | Lefty-heavy rotation not a concern
Take a Major League rotation and fill it with four or five right-handed starters. It becomes about as newsworthy as a ground ball to short in the third inning of a 7-0 game. Rearrange that same rotation with four left-handers, and it not only becomes a story but also potentially a concern.
2/10/2016 | Melky: White Sox must play like family to contend
Very little gray area exists for Melky Cabrera when judging his team's success. If his squad reaches the postseason, then put that year in the win column. If his team isn't playing into October, then mark it down as a failure. So even though the White Sox improved from 73 wins in 2014 to 76 in '15, Cabrera knows this talented squad didn't reach its primary goal.
2/10/2016 | White Sox remodel in big way this offseason
The White Sox revamping process moved into Year 3 this offseason via the significant additions made by general manager Rick Hahn. The second part of a seven-part Spring Training preview takes a look at these important new White Sox players.
2/9/2016 | White Sox sign righty Latos to 1-year deal
The White Sox strengthened the back end of their starting rotation by agreeing to a one-year, $3 million deal with right-hander Mat Latos, the club announced on Tuesday.
2/5/2016 | White Sox Minor Leaguer Shearrow suspended
Lucas Shearrow, a right-hander in the White Sox organization, received a 50-game suspension without pay following a second positive test for a drug of abuse. The suspension was announced by the Commissioner's Office on Friday following violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
2/5/2016 | Spring not far away as truck heads to Arizona
Special cargo was loaded on the White Sox equipment truck moving from Chicago to Glendale, Ariz., last February, as Paul Konerko's home clubhouse locker made the journey. That delivery became possible with all of the lockers being removed during a remodel at U.S. Cellular Field. But when that truck departed Friday afternoon from the South Side of Chicago, it was business as usual.
2/4/2016 | Did July change Chicago's offseason?
From July 23-29, Robin Ventura's crew won seven straight games in Cleveland and Boston. It's a streak that pushed the White Sox within one game of .500, at 49-50, and moved them into contention for the American League's second Wild Card. It also came just prior to the non-waiver Trade Deadline and might have altered the South Siders' current offseason direction.
2/3/2016 | Rumor with a view: Why not chase Puig?
When post-SoxFest rumors began of White Sox interest in outfielder Andre Ethier, one question came to mind: If Ethier, why not Yasiel Puig?
2/3/2016 | Say what? Best quotes from SoxFest '16
Even if you attended SoxFest, '16 at the Hilton Chicago over the weekend, there was so much going on you could not have been everywhere all the time. And, for those who could not make it, here are some of the most memorable quotes from the three-day event.
2/2/2016 | Saladino favorite for Opening Day SS
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn stressed all weekend at SoxFest that the roster as presently constructed likely wouldn't be the one taking the field on Opening Day. But as of now, the starting shortstop appears to be Tyler Saladino.
2/2/2016 | Twins sign Quentin to Minor League deal
Veteran outfielder Carlos Quentin is coming out of retirement and signing a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training with the Twins, the team announced Tuesday.
2/2/2016 | Hahn had 'Groundhog Day' with Keppinger deal
Rarely are there do-overs in life, but Bill Murray's 1993 film "Groundhog Day" offered a scenario where a person can get multiple chances to get a day right before moving forward. White Sox general manager Rick Hahn had one of those days when the White Sox agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal with free agent Jeff Keppinger during the 2012 offseason.
2/1/2016 | Caray documentary debuts tonight on MLB Network
He wore the huge glasses, was prone to mispronunciations and occasional off-color babbling and loved his brewskis. An hour-long MLB Network documentary covers the life and career of Harry Caray.
2/1/2016 | Sale aware of his impact on fans young, old
Talented White Sox southpaw Chris Sale is not concerned with the trappings of fame, but he does seem amused and often touched by those who recognize him, as happened recently when picking up his 5-year-old son and his friend from jujitsu class.