6/28/2015 | One pitch flips script for Samardzija, Sox
For seven innings on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park, the White Sox played the sort of crisp, efficient baseball that matched the lofty preseason expectations attached to this squad. Then, the eighth inning came.
6/28/2015 | Amid looming 'pen decisions, Danks skipped
The White Sox soon will have decisions to make regarding their bullpen, with Matt Albers and Dan Jennings continuing on their injury rehab assignments with Triple-A Charlotte. John Danks, meanwhile, will move from his rained-out start Saturday to Friday's series opener at home against the Orioles.
6/28/2015 | Rodon to continue honing changeup
When Carlos Rodon next takes the mound on July 6 or 7 at home against the Blue Jays, a more complete version of the future frontline starter and current 22-year-old rookie will be on display.
6/28/2015 | Sale chasing history in matchup with Lynn, Cards
Career start No. 100 for Chris Sale could be an historic one when the White Sox ace takes the mound Tuesday night in St. Louis vs. Lance Lynn and the Cardinals.
6/27/2015 | Abreu moving to No. 2 in lineup for first time
Manager Robin Ventura's Saturday lineup had Jose Abreu situated behind leadoff man Adam Eaton for the first time in Abreu's big league career. And despite inclement weather pushing the third game of this four-game series into a split doubleheader on Monday, Sept. 21, Ventura was pretty certain the lineup will be the same on Sunday.
6/27/2015 | Samardzija, Price out to reprise early-season duel
On April 17, Jeff Samardzija and David Price each tossed eight innings and took no-decisions in a riveting pitchers' duel. After Saturday's rainout, the two meet again in Sunday's series finale at Comerica Park.
6/27/2015 | Rain washes out White Sox game in Detroit
The third game of the four-game series between the Tigers and White Sox, scheduled for Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park, was postponed due to inclement weather. The contest now will be part of a split doubleheader on Monday, Sept. 21, with the first game starting at 12:08 p.m. CT and the second game starting at 6:08 p.m.
6/27/2015 | Rain washes out Tigers' game vs. White Sox
Saturday afternoon's White Sox-Tigers game at Comerica Park was postponed due to inclement weather.
6/26/2015 | White Sox small miscues add up to tough loss
In the case of the White Sox execution Friday night at Comerica Park, manager Robin Ventura was all in favor of it during the latter stages of a 5-4 loss to the Tigers.
6/26/2015 | Sox, Tigers vie for series' edge in battle of lefties
The biggest obstacle for the White Sox and Tigers on Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park could be the weather. Forecasts call for rain in the Detroit area from overnight Saturday until early Sunday morning. But assuming the game is played, a pair of left-handers in John Danks and Kyle Ryan will be matching up on the mound as the two clubs vie for the upper hand in the four-game series.
6/26/2015 | J.D.'s jack gives Tigers final word over White Sox
J.D. Martinez's go-ahead home run in the eighth inning powered the Tigers to a come-from-behind 5-4 win over the White Sox on Friday night at Comerica Park.
6/26/2015 | Seeking answers, Williams makes first '15 trip
There is a reason why Ken Williams accompanied the White Sox to Minneapolis and Detroit as part of this three-city, nine-game road trip. And as the team's executive vice president quipped on Friday, that reason was not to shop at the Mall of America or buy a new car in Michigan.
6/26/2015 | Ventura 'committed' to managing White Sox
Robin Ventura didn't know the exact set of circumstances that caused Ryne Sandberg to resign as Phillies manager on Friday. But Ventura certainly understands the job's tough nature as a member of this exclusive fraternity.
6/25/2015 | Learning on the job, Rodon keeps Tigers in check
The Tigers had their first look at Carlos Rodon during the White Sox 10-inning 8-7 victory at Comerica Park Thursday afternoon and didn't seem overly enthralled with the wipeout slider he was featuring. If nothing else, they at least had to be impressed with the pitch.
6/25/2015 | Walking Miggy right move as Sox squeak by in 10th
The critics were poised and ready if Josh Wilson had delivered even the softest of singles with the bases loaded and two outs in the 10th inning of the White Sox 8-7 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park on Thursday.
6/25/2015 | Montas to rep White Sox at Futures Game
Frankie Montas, the hard-throwing right-handed hurler, stands as the lone White Sox representative in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game to be played on July 12 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.
6/25/2015 | Ventura determined to keep Sox unified, motivated
After four years of managing, Robin Ventura has discovered the unofficial secret to the job.
6/25/2015 | Alexei held out of starting lineup to clear head
Alexei Ramirez doesn't miss many games. In fact, the durable White Sox shortstop played 156 games in 2010 and 158 in each of the last four seasons.
6/25/2015 | Quintana, Anibal looking to keep up solid runs
Jose Quintana has given up more than three runs on just one occasion over his last seven starts. Yet the White Sox southpaw has only one victory in that span to show for that consistent effort. Anibal Sanchez gets the call for the Tigers.
6/24/2015 | Sale's 10-K outing falls just short of history
For a majority of his outing Wednesday, White Sox ace Chris Sale looked dominant, mowing batters down and getting through innings quickly.
6/24/2015 | Hughes outduels Sale as Twins top Sox
White Sox ace Chris Sale fell short of striking out at least 12 batters for a sixth straight start, as he was outdueled by Phil Hughes in the Twins' 6-1 win on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field.
6/24/2015 | Two-out hits helping boost White Sox
Two-out hitting hasn't been the White Sox strong suit this season -- the team's .232 batting average with two outs entering Wednesday and the five runners it left on in two scoreless innings Tuesday speak loud enough. But the White Sox recovered, scoring four of their six runs with two down.
6/24/2015 | Tigers welcome White Sox, open stretch vs. lefties
The Tigers are used to seeing a lot of White Sox left-handed starters. They are not used to seeing Carlos Rodon.
6/24/2015 | White Sox slumbering offense awakens
Runs haven't been coming easily for the White Sox, who rank near the bottom of every major offensive statistical category, so scoring six runs in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Twins was a welcome occurrence.
6/24/2015 | Sale, Hughes ride momentum into series finale
White Sox ace Chris Sale, coming off a 14-K outing, will be opposed on Wednesday by Phil Hughes, who is coming off his best outing of the season.
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