4/16/2015 | Petricka sent to Triple-A for rehab assignment
The White Sox have sent right-hander Jake Petricka to Triple-A Charlotte on a rehab assignment.
4/16/2015 | White Sox thrilled with clubhouse makeover
The White Sox home opener last Friday was the first time many players and team personnel walked into the new home clubhouse at U.S. Cellular Field, which underwent its first signification renovation since the ballpark opened in 1991.
4/16/2015 | Ventura, White Sox aim to shake off slow start
We'll see how heated it gets if for Robin Ventura if the top-of-the-order struggles continue for the White Sox. Until then, a reformed roster deserves benefit of the doubt, as does a manager who has finally been given a fighting chance to prove his hiring wasn't so crazy after all.
4/15/2015 | Bauer's season-opening run ends with nine hitless innings
After tossing six no-hit innings in his season debut, Indians right-hander extended his streak to nine innings before giving up a single to Jose Abreu to begin the fourth.
4/15/2015 | Samardzija draws Price in first start against Tigers
The White Sox continue their trek around the American League Central, heading to Detroit for the first of three consecutive games. Jeff Samardzija gets the start for Chicago, facing his new division rival in Detroit for the first time in his career. David Price looks to build upon his 14 consecutive scoreless innings to begin the season.
4/15/2015 | White Sox both provide and miss opportunities in loss
In many ways, the White Sox were their own worst enemy in a 4-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field on Wednesday afternoon.
4/15/2015 | Ventura: Recognizing Jackie 'great' thing for baseball
Players, managers and umpires across the league wore No. 42 on Wednesday, recognizing and honoring the day Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier in his Major League debut -- April 15, 1947. "I think it's a great thing for us to be able to do," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said.
4/15/2015 | Bauer, Indians get two-game split with White Sox
Trevor Bauer opened with three no-hit innings, running his season-opening streak to nine, before limiting the White Sox to two runs over six frames in the Indians' 4-2 win Wednesday. John Danks allowed four runs for Chicago, two on Lonnie Chisenhall's fourth-inning double on Jackie Robinson Day.
4/15/2015 | MLB head of youth sports Reagins discusses game's future
Tony Reagins has spent decades in the game of baseball, and he's worked in everything from marketing to baseball operations. Reagins, formerly the general manager of the Angels, has taken on a new assignment with Major League Baseball as the senior vice president of youth programs, and he took some time Tuesday to discuss his plans for the future.
4/15/2015 | White Sox new 'pen trio shuts down Indians
In the offseason, the White Sox added right-handed closer David Robertson. They added lefty Zach Duke. They traded for lefty Dan Jennings. And on Tuesday night, the vision of a revamped bullpen constructed throughout the offseason became a reality.
4/14/2015 | Bauer faces White Sox coming off no-hit start
The Indians and White Sox wrap up their quick two-games set in Cleveland on Wednesday before each having an off-day Thursday. Trevor Bauer, who threw six no-hit innings his first outing, will receive the start for Cleveland, facing off against Chicago's John Danks. Jackie Robinson Day will be recognized across the league.
4/14/2015 | White Sox top Indians behind quality Quintana
Left-hander Jose Quintana spun six solid innings and Jose Abreu launched his second home run of the season, helping the White Sox claim a 4-1 victory over the Indians on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.
4/14/2015 | Carrasco hit by liner, suffers jaw contusion
Fans inside Progressive Field held their breath on Tuesday after Carlos Carrasco went down hard on the mound after being hit by a line drive off the bat of White Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera. Cleveland was thrilled to learn that X-rays on Carrasco came back negative and the pitcher was only diagnosed with a jaw contusion. There were no fractures, and no signs or symptoms of a concussion.
4/14/2015 | White Sox struggling against running game
The White Sox opposition has been successful on nine of 10 stolen-base opportunities this season against catchers Tyler Flowers and Geovany Soto entering Tuesday. But blame for this total certainly doesn't fall entirely upon the catchers.
4/13/2015 | LaRoche gives back, builds bonds with off-field endeavors
A man whose character has been compared to that of former White Sox slugger and all-around-great-guy Jim Thome by White Sox general manager Rick Hahn, Adam LaRoche also stands as one of baseball's great entrepreneurs. The proof stands in the ventures.
4/12/2015 | Well-rested Sale hits ground running, heater in tow
Maybe Chris Sale was simply fresh. He was, after all, officially working on 199 days' rest. We wouldn't bring any of this up, but, man, Sale was the strongest skinny dude you've just about ever seen in Sunday's 6-2 win over the Twins, to the delight of the 23,057 at U.S. Cellular Field.
4/12/2015 | Robertson, Duke anchoring reliable White Sox bullpen
David Robertson finished Sunday's second straight win at U.S. Cellular Field after an effective outing by Zach Duke as the White Sox bullpen has been reliable early on in 2015.
4/12/2015 | Humble Sale a true difference-maker
There are few things that Chris Sale likes doing less than talking about himself in the context of great pitchers, but whether he wants to believe it or not, Sale is a difference-maker for the White Sox.
4/12/2015 | LaRoche no stranger to slow starts
Adam LaRoche has been here before, with his lowest career monthly totals in March/April. He entered the weekend struggling once more, but showed some life in the White Sox wins on Saturday and Sunday.
4/12/2015 | Abreu at third base in 2015? Maybe
White Sox manager Robin Ventura said before Sunday's game against the Twins at U.S. Cellular Field that Jose Abreu has been discussed in the past as an emergency hot corner option, and that scenario could even play out in less than a dire circumstance.
4/12/2015 | Sale outduels Hughes as White Sox take series
Chris Sale pitched brilliantly in his first start of the 2015 season Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field. Even though Twins starter Phil Hughes matched the White Sox ace almost pitch-for-pitch, Chicago came through with a 6-2 victory. The White Sox move on to a five-game road trip beginning Tuesday in Cleveland after two straight wins, while the Twins fall to 1-5.
4/12/2015 | White Sox, Indians set to renew acquaintances
The White Sox and Indians continue their journey through the American League Central, beginning a quick two-game series in Cleveland on Tuesday.
4/11/2015 | White Sox hoping second-inning burst sign of things to come
The turnaround in the White Sox 5-4 win on Saturday may have come when Jeff Samardzija yelled into his glove and settled into a solid seven-inning performance.
4/11/2015 | LaRoche breaks out with first White Sox home run
Adam LaRoche broke out of his early-season slump with a leadoff home run in the second inning of Saturday's 5-4 win over the Twins.
4/11/2015 | Hahn's best laid plans result in first win of '15
GM Rick Hahn had a busy offseason, and many of those new acquisitions played a big role in leading the White Sox to their first win of the 2015 season.
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