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7/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Hader looks to turn things around

Brewers No. 4 prospect Josh Hader will try to turn things around for Triple-A Colorado Springs when he takes on Round Rock at 8:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


7/22/2016 | Rangers making effort to acquire lefty Sale

The Rangers are making a serious run at landing ace left-hander Chris Sale in a trade with the White Sox, according to Major League sources, but there are no indications yet if a deal can get done.


7/22/2016 | Lawrie's sore hamstring won't lead to DL stint

The tightness in White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie's left hamstring worsened overnight, prompting the team to have him get an MRI on Friday. The results were good, as Lawrie could return to the lineup as soon as Saturday.


7/22/2016 | Sale, Boyd square off at U.S. Cellular Field

Chris Sale gets another crack at win No. 15 when he faced the Tigers on Saturday. Matt Boyd, who tossed six shutout innings vs. the Twins the last time out, gets the nod for Detroit.


7/22/2016 | Shields turns in another solid start

It wasn't the outcome they needed, but there was another glimmer of good news on Thursday night for the White Sox, despite their rain-shortened 2-1 loss to the Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field.


7/22/2016 | Homers give Tigers the edge on South Side

Ian Kinsler and Miguel Cabrera broke the Tigers out of their offensive funk with fifth-inning solo homers off James Shields, powering Mike Pelfrey to his third win in 19 starts with a rain-shortened 2-1 victory over the White Sox on Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field.


7/21/2016 | Turner looks to improve on White Sox debut

When Jacob Turner squares off with Michael Fulmer and the Tigers on Friday at U.S. Cellular Field, the right-hander will try to improve on the White Sox debut he made last week.


7/21/2016 | Lawrie day to day with tight left hamstring

Already dealing with a number of injuries, the White Sox Had another one crop up during their rain-shortened 2-1 loss against the Tigers on Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field.


7/21/2016 | Rodon nearing rehab assignment

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn had good news and bad news during the injury-updates portion of his press briefing on Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field. The good news was about left-hander Carlos Rodon, who's on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left wrist.


7/21/2016 | White Sox prepared to trade for long-term help

After watching the White Sox dip below .500 again, general manager Rick Hahn is viewing the Aug. 1 Trade Deadline a lot differently than he did a couple of months ago.


7/21/2016 | White Sox should consider trading Quintana

Jose Quintana has got it all. He's highly skilled, durable, consistently works deep into games and is under control through 2020 at a below-market price. Yet it's time for the White Sox to cut him loose.


7/19/2016 | Going to Robertson the right call for Ventura

White Sox manager Robin Ventura said it was the right call to lift Chris Sale from Monday's loss to the Mariners -- a loss that came when closer David Robertson allowed four runs in the ninth inning.


7/19/2016 | Hernandez, Gonzalez square off in series finale

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez, on the disabled list since June 1, makes his return on Wednesday against the White Sox. Chicago counters with Miguel Gonzalez, who is still seeking his first road victory of 2016.


7/19/2016 | MLBPAA announces team winners of 2016 Heart and Hustle Award

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) announced the 30 preliminary winners of the 2016 Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday, honoring one player from each of the 30 Major League teams.


7/19/2016 | White Sox's Double Duty Classic has inner-city pipeline flowing

The way 17-year-old Angelo Smith confidently walked from the bullpen to the mound at U.S. Cellular Field, you would have sworn he had been there before. You would have been right, too.


7/19/2016 | Bullpen blip derails Sale's bid for 15th win

Chris Sale did his part Monday, allowing one hit over eight shutout innings against the Mariners. But David Robertson allowed four runs in the ninth inning as Seattle rallied for a 4-3 victory


7/18/2016 | Learning curve steep for Anderson

After starting fast when he was recalled in June, Tim Anderson has struggled offensively in July. He's doing extra homework to help him get out of his rut.


7/18/2016 | Quintana, Miley square off at Safeco Field

Jose Quintana makes his first start since appearing in the All-Star Game when he faces the Mariners on Tuesday. He'll face Wade Miley, who has lost his last four starts.


7/17/2016 | White Sox put one on the board ... but that's all

When Adam Eaton doubled home Omar Narvaez with two outs in the third inning of an 8-1 loss to the Angels on Sunday afternoon, the White Sox streak of 34 consecutive scoreless innings came to an end.


7/17/2016 | Ventura: Sox need consistency in key spots

The White Sox seemed perfectly poised to break out of their offensive funk and possibly steal a victory in the ninth inning Saturday night against the Angels.


7/17/2016 | Avila headed out on Triple-A rehab assignment

Alex Avila left for Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday afternoon to begin an injury rehab assignment with the Knights.


7/17/2016 | Sale in search of 15th win in Seattle series opener

After a nine-day break, White Sox ace Chris Sale returns to the mound Monday night at Safeco Field to begin a three-game series against the Mariners.


7/17/2016 | Sox offense 'unacceptable' in 3rd straight shutout

The White Sox ninth inning from a 1-0 Angels' victory Saturday night served as a microcosm for one of the South Siders' worst offensive stretches since 1912.


7/16/2016 | Putnam has first throwing session off mound

A decision date for Zach Putnam and his immediate pitching future could come next week, after the White Sox reliever threw off the mound Saturday for the first time since walking the bases loaded in the ninth at Fenway Park on June 20.


7/16/2016 | Rodon sees improvement in ailing left wrist

What a difference a day makes, or in the case of Carlos Rodon's left wrist sprain, he's hoping what a difference a few days make.




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