The White Sox hope the only thing slowing down their No. 2 starter, Carlos Rodon, is an abundance of caution. Left biceps tightness urged the club to scratch Rodon from his start on Friday, scheduled to be the lefty's second of the Cactus League season, and general manager Rick Hahn noted that starting the season with Rodon on the disabled list was increasingly likely.
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The hot-hitting A's busted out for five runs in the first inning en route to an 8-2 victory over the White Sox at Hohokam Stadium on Friday afternoon.
Left-hander Jose Quintana said he was surprised to get the news that he will start Opening Day for the White Sox on April 3 against the Tigers, but based on his performance with the club and on baseball's biggest stages over the last year, few others were surprised at the selection.
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The crowd in the back corner of the White Sox clubhouse was gathered around a shimmering bit of bling the likes of which had never been seen in a Team USA player's hands before. It was Nate Jones' World Baseball Classic gold medal, and though he was happy to show it to his White Sox teammates, he wasn't letting go of it anytime soon.
Yoan Moncada eats up to 85 Twinkies a week
Jose Quintana appears to be regular-season ready. With 17 scouts in attendance, the White Sox ace and prime trade candidate as part of the team's rebuilding, pitched 5 2/3 perfect innings during a 4-2 victory over the Reds on Thursday at Camelback Ranch.
Trying to decipher potential Jose Quintana trade destinations from this week's latest batch of rumors really isn't that difficult, even with Quintana throwing 5 2/3 perfect innings against the Reds on Thursday in front of 17 scouts during a 4-2 White Sox victory at Camelback Ranch.
Who do the White Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Chicago's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Yoan Moncada, Lucas Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez held court before the White Sox 4-2 victory over the Reds at Camelback Ranch after the team's top five prospects per MLBPipeline.com were returned from big league Spring Training to Minor League camp Tuesday. Here's a look at some of their comments.
Prior to taking part in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, White Sox Minor Leaguer Alex Katz was pitching on the back fields of Camelback Ranch.
A White Sox scout made an interesting observation after the team moved their top five prospects per MLBPipeline.com to the Minor Leagues Tuesday afternoon
The White Sox made four roster moves prior to Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the A's at Camelback Ranch.
Andrew Triggs is fighting for a spot in the Oakland rotation and he enhanced those chances by allowing two runs over five innings during a 5-3 victory over the White Sox at Camelback Ranch.
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Jose Quintana made a promise at the end of the 2013 season. This promise wasn't to become an American League Cy Young candidate or an All-Star or a pitcher who threw 200 innings per season. No guarantees of those types were needed with the talent and work ethic possessed by the southpaw. It seemingly came naturally.
Tim Anderson has agreed to a six-year, $25 million deal with the White Sox, the team announced on Tuesday, thus cementing his place as one of the club's cornerstones for the future. Two option years could take the value of the deal to $50.5 million over eight years, and the contract includes a $1 million buyout.
James Shields tossed six scoreless innings in a victory over the Rangers on Tuesday. Cole Hamels was sharp himself, as he allowed one earned run over four innings for Texas.
White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams is excited and invigorated about the current state of the White Sox, who are in the early stage of their rebuild.
As they did previously with Chris Sale, Jose Quintana and Adam Eaton, the White Sox struck an extension with a player -- in this case, shortstop Tim Anderson -- with low service time.
The White Sox moved their top five prospects to Minor League camp on Tuesday, including top prospect Yoan Moncada. But general manager Rick Hahn said you might see one or some of them at some point in Chicago this season.
Former White Sox scout and Chicago Bulls general manager Jerry Krause died on Tuesday at the age of 77, the Bulls announced.
Reynaldo Lopez matched Johnny Cueto pitch for pitch during the Giants' 3-2 victory over the White Sox on Monday afternoon at Camelback Ranch.
Corey Ray (Brewers), Darius Day (Rangers) and Blake Hickman (White Sox) are all proud alumni of the White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) youth baseball program currently going through Spring Training in Arizona. A wealth of knowledge was shared with these young players, but Bo Jackson made it sound as if very little had to do with the nuts and bolts of baseball.
A few Spring Training changes made by White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez were on display during his six scoreless innings in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Giants at Camelback Ranch.
Carlos Rodon pitched four scoreless innings in his Cactus League debut and Yoan Moncada drove in four runs to help the White Sox roll to an 11-2 win over the Angels on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Cody Asche has made life difficult for the White Sox… but in a good way. Asche, a 26-year-old, non-roster invite who was designated for assignment by the Phillies in December, stands in the midst of a strong Spring Training battle for one of the last position player spots on the active roster. The left-handed hitter played left field Saturday for the White Sox and doubled to lead off the fifth. He served as designated hitter Sunday in an 11-2 victory over the Angels and doubled home a run in the third.
For Avisail Garcia to become a consistent Major League hitter, he might want to take his recent approach with runners in scoring position and carry it out for a full season.
Jacob May has a great understanding of his role offensively if he was able to break camp as the White Sox center fielder.
Saturday's return to the mound for Jose Quintana didn't have quite the fanfare of his 5 2/3 no-hit innings thrown for Colombia against Team USA in the World Baseball Classic last Friday. In fact, the action took place during a Minor League contest on the back fields of Camelback Ranch.
The Dodgers slugged four homers and claimed a 13-7 victory over the White Sox Saturday at Camelback Ranch, and they did so with White Sox manager Rick Renteria absent for most of the contest.
Before Nick Hostetler talks about the White Sox 2017 Draft preparation, here's a word about the 2018 Draft. Make that two words: Seth Beer.
The first Spring Training relief appearance by Michael Kopech also represented his introduction to the Cubs/White Sox crosstown rivalry during a 7-3 Cubs' victory Friday at Camelback Ranch. Based on Kopech's five strikeouts and one hit allowed over two innings, his performance piggybacking Derek Holland's 4-plus inning start would be considered a success.