Robin Ventura breaks down how the White Sox are moving on from the Chris Sale and jersey incident.
Robin Ventura discusses how doing the little things right could be the key for a turnaround with the White Sox.
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale has apologized for his jersey-shredding tantrum on Saturday, but hasn't backed off his stance that the team shouldn't have been forced to wear the throwback uniforms.Sale believes the organization prioritized the business aspect of the game over winning by making players wear jerseys they felt were uncomfortable."When I saw that there was something...
Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale spoke for the first time since Saturday’s well-documented incident in which he cut up the team’s 1976 throwback uniforms with scissors, and was sent home — on a day he was scheduled to pitch — before ultimately being suspended five games by the organization. Sale told MLB.Com‘s Scott Merkin that he had no problem with how the uniforms...
White Sox manager Robin Ventura talks about Miguel Gonzalez's strong start, his bullpen and
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Robin Ventura talks about Adam Eaton's performance in both of the White Sox walk-off wins over the Tigers on Sunday.
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White Sox manager Robin Ventura talks about the broken foot Matt Davidson suffered in his White Sox debut.
The Chicago White Sox started the season as one of the hottest teams baseball but have quickly plummeted in the American League Central Division while having the worst record since going 23-10. While the White Sox seemed as though they were playing on all cylinders with dynamite additions throughout their 23-10 run to first place, the whole team has struggled from top to bottom,...
After a red-hot start to the season, the Chicago White Sox are 33-33. The team’s 10-23 mark over its last 33 games has reportedly landed manager Robin Ventura on the hot seat. “As one White Sox-connected person put it, things are ‘not great’ regarding Ventura’s status,” Jon Heyman said on Today’s Knuckleball. “Ventura is well-respected within the organization...
The Chicago White Sox are sitting at 31-33, five games out of first place in the AL Central. Two games below .500 does not sound good, but does not sound as bad as the context it is in. The White Sox biggest question every time they lose is, will Robin Ventura be fired? The Chicago White Sox should fire Robin Ventura for many reasons ranging from his inability to make a decent lineup...
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