Third baseman Conor Gillaspie believes his plantar fasciitis is under control with the help of the White Sox training staff.
Brad Penny's spring audition fell a little flat Thursday in an 9-6 loss to the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch. Penny, hoping to gain a spot in the White Sox rotation or bullpen, was charged with six runs over four innings.
Ah, so this is why the White Sox have been so mysterious through the years.
Adam LaRoche saw plenty of reasons to sign with the White Sox this offseason, and Jim Thome played more than a small part in the free agent's decision.
Jeff Samardzija, like all baseball fans, senses the excitement surrounding Opening Day, and he's thrilled to carry the honor of being named the White Sox starter for the season opener on April 6 in Kansas City.
White Sox closer David Robertson is trying to work through some soreness in his right forearm as the final days of camp draw near.
MLBPipeline.com's Jonathan Mayo weighs in on camp standouts like Courtney Hawkins, and he examines other breakout candidates.
Royals third-base coach Mike Jirschele and his son, Justin, a White Sox Minor Leaguer, exchanged lineup cards Wednesday night and saw each other from opposing dugouts.
Carlos Rodon and Brett Austin were roommates and teammates in college, so when they formed the White Sox battery on Wednesday night against the Royals, there was a familiarity that came through in their outstanding performance.
Carlos Rodon, the club's top prospect, struck out nine over four scoreless innings as the White Sox silenced the Royals for a 6-0 spring victory Wednesday night at Surprise Stadium. Avisail Garcia contributed a solo home run and Keon Barnum added a three-run shot.
White Sox ace Chris Sale threw about 30 pitches in a bullpen session Wednesday afternoon, and he came away feeling no pain in his injured right foot.
Jeff Samardzija, who was the Opening Day starter for the Cubs for the past two seasons, will take the mound for the White Sox season opener on April 6 in Kansas City.
The White Sox trimmed their Major League roster to 41 players Wednesday, as they optioned catcher Rob Brantly to Triple-A Charlotte and reassigned shortstop Juan Diaz and outfielder Courtney Hawkins to Minor League camp.
Eric Von Schaumburg, who is battling ALS, spent the day at Camelback Ranch on Tuesday, meeting his favorite White Sox players and throwing out a ceremonial first pitch.
Missing the postseason in 2015 would be disappointing for the White Sox, but it wouldn't necessarily mean more wholesale changes in the big picture espoused by general manager Rick Hahn.
The White Sox dropped seven Minor Leaguers, including Leury Garcia and Frankie Montas, from camp on Tuesday.
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu hit his first spring home run on Tuesday in a 7-6 loss to the Rockies at Camelback Ranch. Tyler Flowers added a two-run shot, also his first.
Tyler Flowers has not had a very productive spring at the plate, but the White Sox catcher is confident he is finding a rhythm offensively.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper cleared up the confusion about Chris Sale's throwing program on Tuesday. Sale, recovering from a broken right foot, will throw a bullpen session on Wednesday, not Tuesday as he originally indicated.
White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana said after his outing on Monday that he is preparing to start Game 2 of the regular season, but no official decision has been announced.
Jose Quintana put up four scoreless innings before allowing four runs in the fifth as the White Sox dropped a 10-4 decision to the Padres on Monday at the Peoria Sports Complez.
Country singer Luke Bryan, a close friend of designated hitter/first baseman Adam LaRoche, stopped by White Sox camp on Monday.
For the first time since joining the White Sox, Jose Abreu, the reigning American League Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player candidate, talked about his departure from Cuba in a magazine article.
The Reds traded Minor League corner infielder Neftali Soto to the White Sox on Monday for cash considerations.
David Robertson has moved from the Bronx to the south side of Chicago and couldn't be more excited. The right-hander signed a four-year, $46 million contract with the White Sox during the offseason after pitching for the Yankees for seven seasons. He'll be Chicago's closer, a role he occupied for the first time with New York in 2014.
At the age of 33 and with the team since 2008, Alexei Ramirez has become one of the White Sox elder statesmen. Only John Danks has more White Sox service time than their shortstop, but Ramirez certainly is playing with a youthful exuberance during this current Spring Training. His two hits Sunday raised Ramirez's average to .396 and his RBI total of 13 tops all White Sox hitters.
Milwaukee touched up White Sox starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija for three home runs over 4 1/3 innings and 76 pitches on Sunday afternoon. Samardzija didn't seem overly concerned with these particular results.
When Courtney Hawkins arrived with the White Sox as the 13th pick overall in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, he was described as featuring a big league attitude.
Carlos Rodon could help the White Sox out of the bullpen during the 2015 season. Manager Robin Ventura believes the third overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft has the stuff to be able to work effectively in that area.
Jonathan Lucroy and Ryan Braun hit back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning against White Sox ace Jeff Samardzija, who surrendered a trio of homers in Sunday's Cactus League start against the Brewers at Maryvale Baseball Park. The Brewers finished with a total of five homers in the 13-4 victory.