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Quintana finds rough going against Twins

Brian Dozier led off the game with a home run and then added a three-run shot in the seventh to back a stingy Kyle Gibson as the Twins packed a series win for their trip home after a 7-1 rout of the Jose Quintana and the White Sox on Sunday.

White Sox still seeking return to norms

Offensive inconsistency continues to keep the White Sox from creating distance from the .500 level.

Entrance Konerko's final nod to fans in exit

Brooks Boyer, the White Sox senior vice president, sales and marketing, explained Sunday that having Konerko walk in from center allowed fans situated in the outfield a chance to be up-close during this ceremony.

Sale runs into early trouble with fastball

Chris Sale can dominate hitters with his slider, but he was hurt Saturday by his fastball, which was hit for a pair of home runs in the second inning by the Twins.

Konerko, family honored by speed of number retirement

If timing really is everything, then it's easy to understand why the retirement of Paul Konerko's jersey No. 14 meant so much to the White Sox captain on Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.

Noesi returns to rotation as Sox head to Toronto

The Blue Jays wrap up their 10-game homestand with three contests against the White Sox starting Monday at Rogers Centre.

Bond between Ozzie, Konerko one of respect

Ozzie Guillen and Paul Konerko were back together again on Saturay for Konerko's No. 14 retirement ceremony. The pair formed a strong relationship on the South Side and it continues.

In a flash, Sale burned by early home runs

A pair of solo home runs by Torii Hunter and Eduardo Nunez gave Trevor May an early boost and he used it to help the Twins eke out a 4-3 victory over Chris Sale and the White Sox on Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. May fanned nine over seven innings, while Sale struck out 10 over eight.

Konerko's No. 14 retired on South Side

Former teammates, White Sox dignitaries and fans welcomed Paul Konerko back to Chicago's South Side on Saturday to retire the former captain's No. 14.

Noesi adjusting to spontaneity of role

White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi is in his fourth year in the league, and he knows by now to be ready for anything. So when manager Robin Ventura told him that he would be the start for Monday night's game in Toronto, he wasn't fazed.

For Cusack, Konerko represents the good in sports

John Cusack isn't acting when he steps into the role of a Chicago sports fan. He comes by it naturally, and is thrilled the the White Sox are retiring No. 14 in honor of Paul Konerko.

Garcia to be patient with right knee injury

Avisail Garcia was scratched from Friday's White Sox starting lineup against the Twins with inflammation in his right knee. Garcia left in the 10th inning of Monday's game against the Indians due to the knee issue, but he played Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Samardzija settles in after shaky start

Jeff Samardzija overcame a pair of first-inning runs to stymie the Twins, striking out nine and allowing just three hits to carry the White Sox to a win.

Shark shows bite as Sox sink Twins, end skid

Chicago starter Jeff Samardzija didn't allow a hit after the second inning as he struck out nine in eight innings of work before reliever David Robertson finished with the save.

Rodon's next start delayed; Noesi to take hill Monday

Carlos Rodon has been scratched from his next start as the White Sox look to get the top prospect some time to work on his pitches.

Konerko embraces passion for hockey in retirement

Paul Konerko has spent a lot of time since his retirement enjoying passions other than baseball -- including playing hockey.

Konerko's everyman style made him a favorite

Paul Konerko ranks among the greatest players in White Sox franchise history in several categories, but stats don't begin to explain why he is so beloved.

Offense lacking, arms shaky in first home series loss

Cleveland captured its third straight game in this four-game set with a 5-2 victory Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox offense that broke free over a recent six-game winning streak and a 10-3 run moving into this past Tuesday's contest needs to be more productive.

Danks dinged early as Sox drop third straight

The Indians handed the White Sox their first home series loss after five straight victories by virtue of a 5-0 shutout Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Cleveland claimed the last three games of this four-game set, allowing six runs in total over the four.

Sox backstops struggling to find groove at plate

White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers can put up the numbers. Just last season he set career highs in at-bats, hits, runs, RBIs and home runs, but this year, he hasn't found that same success.

White Sox forming 'special' bond in clubhouse

The White Sox lost two straight entering Thursday's series finale against the Indians with an offense that has struggled to provide run support. But that hasn't changed the positive attitude in the clubhouse.

Rodon yet to consistently fill the zone

Carlos Rodon has the arm to be a top-of-the-line starter for the White Sox, but the young left-hander has yet to command his entire repertoire at the big league level.

Control issues bite Rodon, Jennings in loss

Shaun Marcum, making his first big league start since 2013, worked six-plus innings and the Indians snapped a tie with a three-run seventh en route to a 4-3 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night in Chicago.

Consistency the heart of Abreu's game

Abreu has had a hit in 133 of his 181 Major League games. But he still thinks he can do more to help the White Sox become a contender.

Johnson sharpening skills at Triple-A

The White Sox continue to hold second baseman Micah Johnson in high regard, despite having sent him to Triple-A last week.

White Sox trending upward because of arms

The White Sox saw their six-game winning streak come to an end Tuesday night, but with a solid two-week stretch of games, the South Siders appear to have moved on from their slow start.

Quintana battles but comes up short vs. Bauer

Trevor Bauer held the White Sox in check for 7 1/3 inning and Brandon Moss homered to help the Tribe secure a 3-1 victory over the host White Sox, who saw their six-game winning streak come to an end, on Tuesday night in Chicago.

Rahal changes speeds on the mound

Graham Rahal took time out from preparation for his eighth Indianapolis 500 this weekend to throw out one of the ceremonial first pitches prior to Tuesday's contest between the White Sox and Indians at U.S. Cellular Field.

Reliable 'pen aligned for consistent success

Without the stellar bullpen performance in place from the start of the 2015 campaign, a rough start could have turned into an early disaster for the White Sox.

12-year-old Emily Beazley passes away

At the age of 12, Emily Beazley, a friend of the White Sox organization, lost her battle with cancer on Monday. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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