Jerry Reinsdorf has said one of the biggest highlights of his 33-year career as owner of the White Sox came when Paul Konerko handed him the baseball from the final out of the 2005 World Series-clinching Game 4.
Jerry Reinsdorf received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2013 Sports Business Awards on Wednesday, but he knows it was mostly a night for reflection and larger lessons. The White Sox owner said that 32 years in professional sports have shown him again and again how they can make a substantive and positive impact on communities and in the lives of men and women.
Catcher Josh Phegley has gotten off to a hot start at Triple-A Charlotte and is making the White Sox take notice.
When the 2013 schedule was announced, the upcoming series against the Marlins was highlighted by nearly everyone with the White Sox. But the departures of Ozzie Guillen, Joey Cora and Mark Buehrle have taken the drama out of the weekend set.
White Sox left-hander John Danks will make his return to the mound Friday against the Marlins, while Chris Sale could return on Tuesday against the Cubs.
The bad news for White Sox slugger Adam Dunn is that the back pain knocking him from Saturday's game in Los Angeles continues to be an issue. The good news is that it's not affecting the big man's swing.
The tragic Oklahoma tornado drew the attention of White Sox infielder Conor Gillaspie because he also is an amateur storm chaser with a strong interest and knowledge of the weather. But there are former college teammates of Gillaspie at Wichita St. who live in the area of the destruction.
The White Sox will get a major piece of their rotation back on Friday night, when John Danks -- who hasn't pitched since last season -- takes the ball for the opener of a three-game Interleague series against the Marlins at U.S. Cellular Field. Right-hander Tom Koehler gets the nod for Miami, making his third start of the year.
Hector Santiago struck out nine over six innings but the White Sox could not catch up against Clay Buchholz after Santiago gave up two first-inning runs in a 6-2 setback to Boston on Wednesday at U.S. Cellular Field.
White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, who has run the club since 1981 and the NBA's Chicago Bulls since 1985, will be honored with the 2013 SBJ/SBD Lifetime Achievement Award during a ceremony at the Sports Business Awards in New York on Wednesday night.
White Sox starter Jose Quintana has always dreamed of throwing a no-hitter, and on Tuesday night, he nearly accomplished that feat in a 3-1 win over the Red Sox.
There's still no word on whether starter John Danks will return to the rotation later this week.
Those following Gordon Beckham's rehab start with Triple-A Charlotte on Monday might have done a double take at the starting lineup.
Five-time All-Star and two-time American League MVP Frank Thomas will represent the White Sox at the First-Year Player Draft on June 6.
In an article this week in the SportsBusiness Journal, Jerry Reinsdorf speculatively mentioned that he recommended that his sons keep the Bulls but sell their interest in the White Sox. On Tuesday, the White Sox made clear that the issue is yet not settled and is far, far from needing to be.
White Sox ace Chris Sale was scratched from his scheduled start in Wednesday's series finale against the Red Sox as a precautionary measure due to mild tendinitis in his left posterior shoulder.
Adam Dunn continued his hot streak, when he belted a two-out, three-run home run in the first inning during the White Sox 6-4 win over the Red Sox at U.S. Cellular Field on Monday night.
The marching orders from general manager Rick Hahn for the White Sox pro scouts on the road remain the same from what they were in Spring Training.
The White Sox have not officially set their starting rotation for this weekend's series against the Marlins, but there's a strong possibility that John Danks could make his 2013 big league debut Friday night.
Paul Konerko feels as if he swung the bat well during the past couple of days, but for a cerebral All-Star caliber performer such as the captain, the hits aren't always the sign of being in a good spot.
An uncharacteristic White Sox walk on the wild side carried over to a second game Sunday, as Jake Peavy issued five bases on balls during the Angels' 6-2 victory.
Adam Dunn was in the lineup at DH on Sunday after back spasms knocked him out of Saturday's game in the fifth inning.
Gordon Beckham knocked out three hits during his second Minor League rehab start for Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday.
When Robin Ventura watched Paul Konerko struggle through the early part of this season, the White Sox manager never once thought age suddenly had caught up with the 37-year-old.
Nate Jones' 8-0 mark out of the bullpen in 2012 was the best record in White Sox franchise history posted by a first-year pitcher, but he's keeping a positive outlook despite an 0-4 record this season.
Adam Dunn left Saturday's game against the Angels in the fifth inning and, while the first baseman hopes to play Sunday, he is listed as day to day.
Hector Gimenez clubbed a three-run homer to cap a five-run eighth, but that still left the Sox short of the Angels after a Saturday afternoon of missed chances, ending their four-game win streak.
John Danks started for Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday night in what figures to be his final Minor League outing before rejoining the White Sox.
When the White Sox were slumping, hitting coach Jeff Manto knew it was just a matter of time before they started to produce, and now they have.
Left-hander Donnie Veal was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte prior to Saturday's game against the Angels, after Deunte Heath was sent down on Friday night.