Eaton leads way as White Sox show resiliency

His foot is sore from fouling a ball off it on Friday and he was plunked in the lower back with a fastball Saturday, but Adam Eaton still managed to be the catalyst the White Sox needed on Sunday.
Via WhiteSox.com
13 hours ago

White Sox walk-off on Tigers twice in 4 hours

The White Sox began Sunday afternoon at risk of being swept in a four-game series against the Tigers. Instead, they ended the day with a series split thanks to two walk-off wins in a four-hour span. Melky Cabrera provided the last with a single scoring Adam Eaton in the ninth, nullifying Detroit's three-homer rally in the top of the inning for a 5-4 White Sox win at U.S. Cellular Field.
Via WhiteSox.com
14 hours ago

Rodon heads to Charlotte for rehab start

Left-hander Carlos Rodon will begin his Minor League rehab assignment Monday with Triple-A Charlotte. Rodon was placed on the 15-day disabled list July 9 with a sprained left wrist, which occurred when he stumbled running up the dugout steps prior to the singing of the national anthem the day before.
Via WhiteSox.com
15 hours ago

White Sox suspend Chris Sale for 'destroying team equipment'

The Chicago White Sox announced on Sunday that starting pitcher Chris Sale has been suspended for five days following an incident in the clubhouse before Saturday night’s game. In a statement announcing the disciplinary action, the White Sox essentially confirmed reports that Sale threw a fit over not wanting to wear throwback uniforms. The #WhiteSox have suspended pitcher...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chris Sale incident had to do with team executives

Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale was reportedly scratched from his start Saturday night due to issues he is having with the team’s front office. Shortly after the White Sox announced that Sale had been sent home from the ballpark at the last second over a “clubhouse incident” that was not physical, Jerry Crasnick reported that something happened between Sale and team executives...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

White Sox pay homage to Bo Jackson’s bat-breaking skills with bobblehead

Bo Jackson played just two seasons for the Chicago White Sox, but as of Thursday the famed two-sport star has his first ever bobblehead doll in the Second City and it is epic to say the least. While football fans may remember Jackson for his insane speed as a running back, baseball fans know him as a man of incredible strength and a whole lot of frustration at the plate. That frustration...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the White Sox need to tear down their roster

This isn’t 1997. I’m guessing a majority of White Sox fans would welcome not just one White Flag trade but a series of White Flag trades, and maybe even one involving left-hander Chris Sale, provided the Sox hit the jackpot.The game is different now — you’re either in or out, contending or rebuilding. Sox general manager Rick Hahn, meeting with reporters on Thursday, used...
Via Fox Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox's Lawrie exits game with tight hamstring

CHICAGO (AP) White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie has left Thursday's game against the Detroit Tigers because of tightness in his left hamstring. Lawrie popped out to the pitcher in the second inning. He was replaced at second base by Tyler Saladino to start the top of the fourth. Lawrie is batting .248 with 12 homers and 36 RBIs.
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox to give out interesting Scottie Pippen bobblehead (pic)

The Chicago White Sox have announced an upcoming bobblehead night that will pay tribute to one of the Windy City’s most beloved sports icons, Scottie Pippen. On Sept. 14 at U.S. Cellular Field, the White Sox will host “Chicago Bulls Night,” during which the first 1,400 fans who purchased tickets will present a voucher for the Pippen bobblehead, which features the former Bulls...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Scouting Carson Fulmer and Other White Sox Prospects

Carson Fulmer was perhaps the 2015 draft’s most polarizing prospect. He was, on one hand, a college prospect with a career-long track record of success (sub-2 ERAs as a sophomore and junior, 167 Ks in 127.2 IP in ’15) and objectively hellacious stuff, while, on the other hand, both inefficient and the owner of an ugly-duckling delivery that scared off many more scouts than just...
Via Fangraphs
6 days ago  |  Discuss

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