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WHITE SOX RUMORS & GOSSIP

Delicious Items to Add to the Menu of Chicago Ballparks

Get your peanuts, popcorn, hot dogs, and rack of lamb. Ballparks have gotten more creative and innovative with their concession menu. I remember having my first “Walking Taco” at a White Sox game. The treat has caught on elsewhere and is now available at parks across the area. If you visit ballparks across America you will find crazy food choices that will either gross you out...
Via Sports Mockery
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: take a flyer on Rafael Soriano

In what has been one of the most anxiety inducing offseasons for Chicago White Sox fans in recent history, spring training is finally coming to an end with the season starting in just over a week. The time is now to find out if the Rick Hahn renaissance movement is for real as the division is ripe for the taking. On paper, the Sox should be ready to make this October a memorable...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Kyle Drabek Claimed by White Sox

Kyle Drabek, who had been competing to join the Blue Jays’ bullpen when the team headed north, has been claimed on waivers by the Chicago White Sox. It isn’t entirely clear at present if Drabek will join Chicago’s bullpen or try to be snuck through waivers again by them since he’s out of options. David Robertson, Zach Putnam, Jake Petricka, and Zach Duke are locks. Javy Guerra...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dear White Sox: stop it

I like what the Chicago White Sox did this winter. They’re going to be a pretty entertaining team to watch. However, this is terrible. Coming soon to a ballpark near you: pic.twitter.com/bQQkNPV1ND — Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) March 27, 2015 If you have no idea what that tweet is talking about, consider yourself lucky. Also, prepare to hate TOC for the rest of your life...
Via The Outside Corner
3 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 Chicago White Sox Team Preview

The Chicago White Sox went 73-89 in 2014. It could be viewed as an improvement, as the team was 63-99 a year earlier. In manager Robin Ventura‘s first season as the team’s manager, 2012, the White Sox went 85-77, giving Ventura the AL Manager of the Year in his first season behind the bench. The White Sox knew they needed to get better if they wanted to compete with the likes...
Via Baseball Essential
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Big additions spur big expectations for White Sox

CHICAGO (AP) A decade removed from their most recent championship, the Chicago White Sox once again are eyeing a big season. Their sights are set on an AL Central title after consecutive losing records, maybe even more. The White Sox added to their offense, boosted their rotation, overhauled their bullpen and sent expectations soaring. ''Obviously postseason first, and World Series...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Abreu Talks About His Past and His Dangerous Journey From Cuba

There is not a lot known about White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu’s journey from Cuba to the USA. It was known that he left Cuba in August of 2013 and was signed by the White Sox that October, but the details of his life and defection are not well known. Abreu was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba in 1987. Cuba was still financially supported by the Soviet Union at this point. They would...
Via Sports Mockery
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Rodon Dazzles in Spring Outing

Many have said college is the best time of one’s life, but for Carlos Rodon and Brett Austin, the fun just keeps on rolling. Just when the NC State teammates thought their time as teammates were over, they were both selected by the Chicago White Sox last June in the first and fourth rounds, respectively. While Carlos Rodon is the White Sox top prospect, Austin did not even...
Via Baseball Essential
4 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 A.L. Central Preview: Chicago White Sox

It has been a busy offseason for the Chicago White Stockings, and one that has certainly improved an underachieving squad from 2014.  From big name pitching prospects to more power in the line-up, the pale hose opened their check books and went shopping.  But will that equal success in 2015?  With an improved division all around, here is a little preview of the White...
Via Royals Blue
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Rodon Dazzles In One Of The Spring’s Top Pitching Performances

Carlos Rodon. Photo Credit: Ron Vesely/Getty Images. The Chicago White Sox named right-hander Jeff Samardzija their Opening Day starter on Wednesday. He will take the place of Chris Sale, who while very close to making a return to the mound after fracturing his right foot earlier this spring, will not be ready for the season opener. Sale, however, may be ready by the time the...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox Announce Jeff Samardzija As Opening Day Starter

Possibly one of the best shifting gears moments in Spring Training is when teams begin to announce their Opening Day starters. It’s a signal that baseball season is close. In fact, it could even be seen as a Bat Signal for fans less, well, ‘enthusiastic’ than others to start really paying attention. There are still plenty of position and rotation battles to be had, but we are...
Via Baseball Essential
4 days ago  |  Discuss

A Quick Conference Call With Rick Hahn and Buddy Bell

Recently, your White Sox were kind enough to set up a conference call between us bloggers, Rick Hahn, and Buddy Bell. Below are some quotes and notes from the call, which I’m sure all of you die-hards will find plenty interesting … General Manager, Rick Hahn Q: Take us through the process of how you revamped the farm system and made it a priority. A: The end-all be-all is winning...
Via Grab Some Bench
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Sale Not Far From A Return To The Mound

Chris Sale took his first real steps back onto the baseball field on Monday. He ran without issue for the first time since suffering an avulsion fracture to his right foot back on February 27. He was injured in an accident in his Arizona home. Although the nature of the accident hasn’t been made public, it’s not entirely uncommon for offseason activities to render players injured...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Country music singer Luke Bryan takes batting practice at White Sox spring training

It's not a bad life for country music star Luke Bryan who traded his guitar for some lumber and joined the Chicago White Sox for during spring training batting practice in Arizona.   Here's Bryan taking some cuts with background music by The Wallflowers and some playful ribbing by Sox players: Bryan said that he went to the same high school as Buster Posey in Leesburg, Ga., where...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox Add Adam Eaton to Long-Term Plan

When the White Sox signed Adam Eaton to a five-year, $23.5 extension over the weekend, the move in and of itself, wasn’t huge news. It wasn’t huge money, and Eaton isn’t a huge player, literally or figuratively. But the move wasn’t just about Eaton, necessarily, rather it was part of a bigger plan. Take it […]
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Who’s at second for the Chicago White Sox?

The Chicago White Sox do not have many question marks heading into opening day. This is the most solid the south siders have looked since their World Series run in 2005, so heading into spring training there is just one major hole left to fill. The decision that needs to be made by the Chicago White Sox is who is going to head into the season as the starting second baseman. Gordon...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox starter Sale throws bullpen session, hopes to return soon

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale threw a bullpen session and said he's making progress while recovering from a broken foot. He threw from the mound on Friday, just three weeks after injuring his foot. ''I figured three weeks was like, OK, we can start walking around and moving around,'' the All-Star left-hander said Saturday. ''It actually ended up being a lot...
Via AP on Fox
9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Innovative Charles Comiskey

Decades before he elevated to the executive suite as owner of the Chicago White Sox, Charles Comiskey pioneered a fielding concept during his playing days. Or so the legend goes. After Comiskey died in 1931, a series of Chicago Daily Tribune articles examined his life, focusing, in part, on his playing and managing tenures. In the article “Comiskey Worked as Train Butcher to...
Via The Sports Post
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox 2015 Preview: 3 Up and 3 Down

It seems like there is nowhere to go but up for the Chicago White Sox in 2015 after finishing 73-89 last year. They finished 17 games behind the division winning Detroit Tigers and looked lifeless for most of the season. Fans demanded that management do something after watching their team lose 188 games over the last two seasons, and General Manager Rick Hahn did just that. The Sox...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Spring Training Position Battle Updates

The White Sox are about two weeks into Spring Training games and while they still have another two-plus weeks of games left before heading north, this seems like a good time to check in with the position battles. While I don’t put a ton of stock into spring numbers, for players competing for specific spots it does carry some weight. So let’s check in and see who has the early...
Via Grab Some Bench
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Micah Johnson Defy The Odds?

The allure of a roadrunner, a true game-changer with blazing speed and monster stolen base upside at the top of a batting order, captivates the imagination of fantasy owners every offseason. Sadly, it seems like every time we invest in the top speedsters in the minor leagues, they fail to live up to the hype and leave us feeling like Wile E. Coyote after his latest purchase from...
Via Baseball Professor
12 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 season preview: Chicago White Sox

For a while there, the Chicago White Sox, along with their North Side counterparts, were the talk of the Major League Baseball offseason. They made some sweeping additions in order to improve what was an absolutely miserable bullpen last season, bringing in relievers David Robertson and Zach Duke, while signing outfielder Melky Cabrera as well. There was also that whole acquiring...
Via The Outside Corner
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox 2015 Preview and Prediction

White Sox management started the offseason by saying they wanted the team’s fans to dream again. After watching the Sox lose 188 games the...
Via Athlon Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Sale out three weeks with foot injury

Man, baseball players can be clumsy.   Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale became the latest ballplayer to go down with an odd injury, as the White Sox announced he’ll miss three weeks with a broken foot. Sale apparently suffered the injury at home. It’s unclear what exactly Sale did to injure himself, but general manager Rick Hahn did give this (perhaps tongue-in-cheek?)...
Via NESN.com
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss
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