Chris Sale lands on DL after throwing 127 pitches

Five days after throwing 127 pitches in 7 innings against Boston, Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale is on the disabled list. The White Sox announced Monday night that Sale would be scratched from his scheduled start today. Shortly after, they placed him on the 15-day disabled list with a strained flexor muscle in his left forearm. The news that Sale was experiencing discomfort...
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White Sox Place Chris Sale On 15-Day DL

The Chicago White Sox will be without their ace, Chris Sale, due to a flexor muscle strain. Chicago has placed him on the 15-day DL. The lefty has no ligament damage to his elbow, which is a sigh of relief, but there is a good chance Sale is on the DL longer than the 15 days.The @whitesox will place LHP Chris Sale on DL with left flexor muscle strain; MRI showed ligament to be...
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White Sox pitcher Chris Sale likely to miss next start

Chicago White Sox’ Chris Sale was scheduled to pitch on Tuesday against the Detroit Tigers. It does not sound like that will be happening. The lanky left-hander is undeniably Chicago’s ace, and as such, it appears the team will take precaution in regards to him. Sale experienced soreness in his pitching arm, and today he was getting treatment on it. According to manager Robin...
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White Sox' Chris Sale will skip Tuesday start

Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale will skip his scheduled start on Tuesday, April 22, due to soreness. The reason for the soreness is unspecified at this time, but CSN Chicago's Dan Hayes said Monday afternoon that the soreness is similar to what Sale has had for the past two years. NBC Sports' Rotoworld says that Andre Rienzo will likely start on Tuesday in Sale's place...
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Down On The Farm Report: Top Prospects Off To Encouraging Starts

Now that we are a few weeks into the minor league season, let’s see how each team is doing and what players are off to hot starts and who are not.  We came up with our Chicago White Sox top 20 prospects a while back (Part 1, Part 2) and we will check in on how some of them are doing down on the farm. Charlotte Knights The Knights are off to a 6-11 start and the offense has been...
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White Sox offense roars back to life in 16-2 win

The White Sox skidded into Sunday's game against the Rangers on a four-game losing streak, a suddenly stalled offense made more uncomfortable by the loss of leadoff hitter and center fielder Adam Eaton for a few days. Jordan Danks and Marcus Semien — being counted on to fill Eaton's roles as he recovers from a strained left hamstring — helped the Sox perk up Sunday in...
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White Sox hammer Rangers in series finale

Today’s game was pretty much the polar opposite of Friday’s game.  Instead of being on the giving end of an offensive show, the Rangers were on the receiving end.  I watched the game with my parents, who are Cubs fans first and foremost and Rangers fans second (only because of me), so they had to […]
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Johnson Wild-Yet-Effective, Bats Come Back To Life as White Sox End Skid ☆

After a four-game losing streak that saw the White Sox bats go absent, the offense came back to life to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Texas Rangers. But first we’ll discuss Sunday afternoon’s starter, Erik Johnson. Johnson struggled mightily in Kansas City on their Opening Day but gradually improved the next two times out. In his most recent outing at home versus the Red...
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White Sox Injury Updates: Adam Eaton, Felipe Paulino

The Chicago White Sox fell 6-3 to the Texas Rangers on Saturday and they'll try to avoid being swept this afternoon hen the two meet in the final game of a three-game set. They've also dropped four in a row, going from a promising 8-6 mark to 8-10. Yesterday's lost proved quite costly as their leadoff hitter, Adam Eaton, had to leave the game with an injury.  Adam...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Adam Eaton to miss at least three games

The Chicago White Sox will be without Adam Eaton for at least three games as he deals with soreness in his hamstring and ankle. White Sox manager Robin Ventura says that the outfielder will sit out at least three games and while the team is calling it a mild strain one can not rule out a trip to the disabled list should the strain linger. “It’s really right behind his knee,...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

LISTEN: Hawk Harrelson bleepin excited for this double play

Chicago White Sox announcer Hawk Harrelson has been given a new lease on life so far this season, what with his team actually finding ways to win games and not being crushed by one walkoff defeat after another. Last night during the 8th inning, the White Sox turned an important double play to quash a Red Sox rally.  Hawk got so excited that he let out what is quickly turning into...
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WATCH: Peavy makes funny pickoff attempts on Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn has just three stolen bases in the last three seasons for the Chicago White Sox. That didn’t seem to register with the Red Sox’s Jake Peavy during the 4th inning of Tuesday’s Red Sox-White Sox game as he twice tried to pick off Dunn while he was standing on the bag. [MLB] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Emotional Tuesday Night at the Cell for White Sox, Red Sox

In Tuesday’s White Sox Red Sox game, there was a clear nod of respect to the past. Ex-White Sox players A.J. Pierzynski and Jake Peavy returned to the South Side of Chicago, every player was wearing the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson, and it marked that one year had passed since the deadly Boston Marathon bombings. If you remember, last year, the day after the bombings,...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

How the Chicago White Sox will make the playoffs

I’m not going to lie to you; the forecast of the Chicago White Sox for the 2014 season is pretty grim. Simply put, not very much is expected of the Chicago White Sox in 2014. In a recent MLB Power Rankings article, espn.com ranked the White Sox as the 27th best team in baseball. Those outside the White Sox organization expect the team to really struggle again this season. The question...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Thomas argues that baseballs have been 'doctored'

After sluggers Ryan Braun and Corey Hart flexed their muscles Tuesday night and put on a hitting display, Frank Thomas hit the Twitters with a theory as to why so many balls are flying out of the park at a record pace. It’s simple…they’re juiced! The balls NOT the players. Lets make sure this is Real!!! The Baseballs don’t fly like this in April!! Trust Me the Balls are...
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