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Presidents Day comes this year only a few days after White Sox position players reported to Camelback Ranch for their first full squad workout of Spring Training. And it's Rick Renteria, the man in charge of the White Sox day-to-day activities, who is providing this short state of the team to coincide with this holiday.
Spring Training is here! Check out the latest ticket deals, gear up at the shop and get ready for the 2017 season with complete White Sox coverage.
Giovanni Soto threw to Geovany Soto at White Sox BP
Outfielder Peter Bourjos liked the opportunity and the Spring Training geography presented by the White Sox in agreeing to a Minor League deal and non-roster invite with the team. "It seemed like a good opportunity to make the team and hopefully get an opportunity to play a little bit where I just wouldn't be going in and hoping for 200 at-bats," Bourjos said. "Hopefully I can get as many at-bats as I did last year.
With a fastball reaching 100 mph and slightly beyond, a pretty good slider and a feel for the changeup, there are some who believe Zack Burdi and his three pitches eventually could become a starter for the White Sox.
As soon as the 2016 season came to a close, White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu sat down with his family and had a conversation about what had just transpired for him over the past year.
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.
Avisail Garcia was not a fan of filling the designated hitter slot in 2016, so he probably will be buoyed by White Sox manager Rick Renteria's words on Sunday about Garcia moving back to right field.
White Sox outfielder Charlie Tilson sustained a stress reaction in his right foot during Friday workouts at Camelback Ranch and he will be shut down from impact activities for 10 days.
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He's been labeled a "stud," but Yoan Moncada is staying focused on making the big league roster with the White Sox.
It wasn't until October when Scott Lawrie realized it was the orthotics in his shoes that were the root cause of his injury problems.
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Manager Rick Renteria wants to get his players to gel early. "Just try to connect both the pitchers and catchers and the position players," he said. "Just try to have those conversations so that we kind of mesh and move forward."
Left-hander Carlos Rodon threw for the first time at 2017 White Sox camp Friday morning, making about 30 tosses with bullpen coach Curt Hasler before the team's regular workout.
As the White Sox prepare for their first full-squad workout at Camelback Ranch, third baseman Todd Frazier chose to make a specific distinction concerning the team's direction on Friday.
White Sox prospect Reynaldo Lopez answered all of the media's questions Friday morning in Spanish, with the help of interpreter Billy Russo, except for one.
Let's watch Yoan Moncada's adorable son flip his bat
After 11 years in the Majors and 2,294 1/3 innings pitched, along with a .534 winning percentage, 3.91 ERA, 23 complete games and 1,977 strikeouts, James Shields believes his career numbers speak volumes.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper has an early message for Michael Kopech after three days of workouts: Don't do everything at 100 percent, because it's going to be a long spring.
If Lucas Giolito had followed the path traveled by his family, he might be getting ready for the Academy Awards instead of the 2017 Major League Baseball season.
One by one, Derek Holland listed off his skill set during a Wednesday morning media session at Camelback Ranch.
Jose Quintana admitted to being surprised upon first hearing about Chris Sale's December trade to Boston.
These players simply stay focused on the job of preparing for the upcoming season. The good-natured Jose Quintana, who will talk to the media Wednesday, expressed through the team a desire to address the rumors one time, and then not speak about them the rest of camp.
White Sox starter Carlos Rodon did not participate in any throwing drills during Tuesday's first day of camp at Camelback Ranch. But the southpaw and the club stated that this lack of opening action fwas part of the plan for a longer than usual Spring Training.
Being selected as part of Team USA during the upcoming World Baseball Classic served as honor enough for White Sox reliever Nate Jones. But getting a call from Team USA general manager Joe Torre and manager Jim Leyland became an unexpected bonus on top of the accomplishment.
Manager Rick Renteria isn't giving much thought to outside expectations, a point he reinforced Monday. "We still have to have high expectations for ourselves," he said.
White Sox players will be telling their stories, both on the individual and team level, for much of the next seven weeks. MLB.com will be there to listen and write about Spring Training moves and machinations.
All offseason, the talk has been of the plethora of prospects acquired this winter by White Sox general manager Rick Hahn. On Tuesday, we'll get our first look at them. New prospects, new manager, new plan, new season.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's White Sox squad each day this week. Today's topic: Predicting the 25-man roster.
For the first time in many a year, the White Sox potentially perfect season will not consist of 80 or 90 victories and a chance for playoff contention. Where 2017 is concerned, think more about the development of elite prospects such as Yoan Moncada, Lucas Giolito, Michael Kopech, Reynaldo Lopez, Zack Burdi, Zack Collins and Carson Fulmer, not to mention another step forward taken by somewhat established young talents such as shortstop Tim Anderson and southpaw Carlos Rodon.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's White Sox squad each day this week. Today's topic: What's the vision?
Jose Quintana couldn't contain his excitement last Spring Training when Colombia qualified for the World Baseball Classic for the first time. So imagine Quintana's level of euphoria and pride as the potential opening starter for his native country against the United States during Pool C action in Miami this March. Quintana stands as one of eight players in the White Sox organization taking part in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.
Here's a road map that reveals how two painful seasons could be all Rick Hahn needs to get the South Siders back into the thick of things in the American League Central.
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