Melky mashes mistake for third career slam

White Sox left fielder Melky Cabrera came to the plate in the sixth with the bases loaded. Cabrera said he was waiting for a mistake from Royals left-hander Danny Duffy, who came into the sixth with a perfect game bid.
Via WhiteSox.com
13 hours ago

Royals 7, White Sox 5: Below .500 But For the Twins

The only reason the White Sox are still in first place is because the Orioles beat Cleveland.  Friday night featured a parabolic emotional arc from misery to ecstasy and then humiliating impotent rage as the White Sox have now gone 4-12 in their last sixteen games after blowing a four-run lead they held going into the seventh. 1. The Royals had a rainout Friday to mull over the...
Via BP South Side
14 hours ago

Rodon aims for continued success against Royals

Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura will take his shot at redemption when he squares off in a rematch against White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon on Saturday at Kauffman Stadium.
Via WhiteSox.com
14 hours ago

Lawrie isn't dwelling on past incident with KC

White Sox infielder Brett Lawrie isn't dwelling on the past. To be more specific, Lawrie said he isn't focusing on the incident that led to the benches clearing at Kauffman Stadium on April 18, 2015, when Lawrie was a member of the A's.
Via WhiteSox.com
17 hours ago

Despite recent struggles, White Sox remain confident

The Chicago White Sox are officially in a funk, having dropped 11 of 15 games heading into Friday night’s game at Kansas City. The team’s struggles have been in nearly every phase of the game — hitting, pitching and occasionally fielding. But the key for the White Sox isn’t what’s happened the previous two-plus weeks, but rather how they react to their first extended rough...
Via Today's Knuckleball
19 hours ago

White Sox MLB draft 2016 possibilities: Braxton Garrett

The White Sox typically steer clear of high school pitchers with their first picks, but this draft has some worth considering The White Sox haven't drafted a high school pitcher in the first round of the MLB draft since Kris Honel in 2001. Yet with this draft particularly deep in prep arms and the Sox possessing multiple first-round picks, this year may be more conducive to a prep...
Via South Side Sox
1 day ago

The MLB Draft and the Chicago White Sox: A Recent History

The current regime of the Chicago White Sox, for all intents and purposes, began in 2000 when Kenny Williams took over as general manager. Williams replaced Ron Schueler and wound up as the third-longest tenured GM in team history, behind only Roland Hemond and Harry Grabiner. While Williams handed over the GM reins to Rick Hahn after the 2012 season, he still serves as the team’s...
Via BP South Side
1 day ago

Chicago White Sox: It’s time to cheer for Todd Frazier

It’s difficult not to cheer for Todd Frazier. The Chicago White Sox third basemen seems to be one of the giddiest and team-first players in Major League Baseball, being a key cog in helping turning around the chemistry issues that plagued the ballclub throughout spring training (yes, this is a sly reference to Drake LaRoche). He’s also one of the best players in the game now...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

It’s (Probably) Not Time To Panic on the South Side Just Yet

“It doesn’t mean the whole season is going to end up this way.’’ Manager Robin Ventura told reporters on Monday. Ventura is right. Of course, he was more specifically referring to White Sox first basemen Jose Abreu’s recent struggles at the plate, but this quote can certainly fit into a variety of different contexts for his South siders lately. After an April that saw...
Via BP South Side
2 days ago

The White Sox use up their cushion, so now what?

Offense will have to figure out how to get more runs from talent on hand until trade market heats up For the first time in a month, the White Sox are in danger of dropping into second place at the end of the day. The Sox last held a half-game lead on April 24. It topped out at six games after an 8-4 victory over Texas on May 9, but a 4-11 stretch since has them back where they started...
Via South Side Sox
2 days ago

After beating Sale, Indians top Quintana, White Sox 4-3

CHICAGO (AP) Corey Kluber allowed two runs over 7 1/3 innings and the Cleveland Indians roughed up a top White Sox pitcher for the second straight day in a 4-3 win over Chicago on Wednesday. After sending Chris Sale to his first loss after a 9-0 start, the Indians got three runs and five hits in six innings against Jose Quintana (5-4). Quintana's ERA, an AL-best 1.98 at the start...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Did Alex Gordon’s wrist break the Royals’ chances?

Heading into the 2016 season, many were down on the Kansas City Royals’ chances. Despite winning the World Series and two straight AL pennants, improvements made by the Tigers, White Sox and Indians during the off-season matched with expected regression and the expected loss of free agents largely lead to the Royals being expected to finish in the middle of the pack in the AL Central...
Via The Outside Corner
3 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox SS Tyler Saladino goes through intricate handshake routine alone

The Chicago White Sox lead the AL Central by 2.5 games and are among the best teams in baseball. As a result, they're having a great deal of fun on the field (turning triple plays) and off it.Shortstop Tyler Saladino has been a centerpiece for said fun, mainly pulling off trick shots as he did recently. He also has an incredibly elaborate pregame handshake routine ... with no one...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: Todd Frazier proving to be the pick up of the year

The Chicago White Sox traded for third baseman Todd Frazier in the 2015 offseason in hopes to boost a lineup that mightily struggled during 2015 to scratch runs across the board. At third, Frazier plays a position that has been a disaster for the White Sox for nearly a decade, since a back injury to Joe Crede made him inconsistent in his play and led to his eventual retirement. White...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

First win in Chicago eludes Ventura as Royals lose 3-2

CHICAGO -- Todd Frazier tied for the AL lead with his 13th home run, Melky Cabrera drove in two runs and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 3-2 Sunday to avoid getting swept for the first time this season.Carlos Rodon (2-4) allowed two runs and pitched into the seventh inning for his first victory since April 13. David Robertson got three outs for his 11th save in...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox players attempt crazy basketball trick shot from stands

Because everything is good and fun on days that Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale takes the mound, a bunch of the other players goofed off on Thursday with trick shot attempts in the U.S. Cellular Field stands. The crew consisted of pitchers Mat Latos and Carlos Rodon, and infielders Tyler Saladino and Carlos Sanchez (full video above). Dude Perfect they are not but Saladino had...
Via Fox Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: Buy high on Chris Sale

A lot of Chris Sale puns have been made since the Chicago White Sox’s lanky lefty made his debut as a 21-year-old reliever in 2010, but it’s time for another pun. In a fantasy baseball league? Buy high on Chris Sale. It wasn’t a great pun, but it rings very true in 2016, especially after his ninth start of the season this evening. Sale isn’t putting up ace numbers. He isn’t...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: George Springer’s strong vertical leap helps rob Jose Abreu of home run

Most everything this season has been going the way of the Chicago White Sox. And most everything has been going against the Houston Astros. But for one play on Thursday, the ‘Stros had the upper hand — thanks to some major hops from George Springer. With two outs and none on in the bottom of the first inning in Chicago, Jose Abreu sent a deep fly ball to right field ...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Triple Plays Are Becoming a Habit For The White Sox

CHICAGO- The Chicago White Sox did it again on Wednesday night. They turned a triple play for the second time this season. It’s the first time they’ve pulled off this accomplishment since 2006, and they’re the first team to do it since the 2007 Philadelphia Phillies. Although this triple play was a little more basic than the one they turned last month, it’s still significant...
Via The Sports Journal
8 days ago  |  Discuss

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