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Quintana hopes for run support against Blue Jays

There will be a battle of left-handers when the Blue Jays and White Sox continue their four-game series Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago as Felix Doubront takes on Jose Quintana.

White Sox turn tables after opponent's mistake

In a 4-2 victory over the Blue Jays on Monday night, beginning their final first-half home series, the White Sox took advantage of a Toronto defensive miscue and delivered with the bats with the game on the line to pick up their fifth victory in six games.

Sale fans 6 in complete-game win over Jays

The White Sox rallied for three unearned runs against Mark Buehrle in the eighth inning, claiming a 4-2 victory Monday night in the series opener with the Blue Jays at U.S. Cellular Field.. Chris Sale didn't reach double-digits in strikeouts, but he did pitch his first complete game of 2015.

Reliever Jones nears rehab assignment

Nate Jones is close to going on a Minor League injury rehab assignment, per comments made by manager Robin Ventura prior to Monday's White Sox contest with the Blue Jays.

Sale named AL All-Star, goes the distance

A Major League record of nine straight games with double-digit strikeouts eluded All-Star left-hander Chris Sale during a 4-2 White Sox victory over the Blue Jays on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

White Sox lookback, Part 3: Konerko's slam

The White Sox will be honoring the 10-year-anniversary of the team's 2005 World Series championship during the weekend of July 17-19 at U.S. Cellular Field. And this latest celebration presents a chance to look back at key moments from that postseason run, with a special focus on the World Series, with the words coming primarily from the participants themselves.

Cubs and White Sox to honor legends Banks, Minoso

The Cubs and the White Sox will honor their legends, Ernie Banks and Minnie Minoso, during the upcoming crosstown Interleague series by wearing throwback uniforms from the players' respective eras.

White Sox steal another HR from Davis

If Chris Davis falls two home runs short of a particular milestone this season, he knows they were taken away on the Fourth of July weekend at U.S. Cellular Field.

Errors derail White Sox winning streak

Caleb Joseph drove in three runs and Jonathan Schoop returned to the Orioles' lineup with a home run and two RBIs as Baltimore cruised to a 9-1 victory over the White Sox on Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.

White Sox winning fair share of close games

If the White Sox were to pull off the seemingly implausible and find their way to the postseason, they could present themselves as a pretty serious playoff challenge.

Eaton brothers share special July 4th moment

White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton had no idea his brother, who also is a captain in the United States Air Force, would be one of the honored military men to take the field prior to the first pitch as part of the organization's Fourth of July celebration.

Avisail jumps into highlight reels, robs HR

David Robertson didn't keep the baseball used to strike out Matt Wieters and close out a 3-2 White Sox victory over the Orioles on Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field. Yes, it was Robertson's 18th save as White Sox closer, and he keeps a baseball from each one. But on this afternoon, the ball went to right fielder Avisail Garcia.

White Sox slip past O's for fourth straight win

PInch-hitter J.B. Shuck doubled off reliever Darren O'Day to bring home Gordon Beckham with the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and the White Sox held on for a 3-2 victory Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.

Jenks 'fortunate' to have played in big leagues

Bobby Jenks now has a bobblehead, given away by the White Sox to fans attending Saturday's Fourth of July contest against the Orioles at U.S Cellular Field.

All-Star experience a fond memory for Abreu

Jose Abreu will remember his first All-Star Game appearance as the last one made by Yankees legend Derek Jeter.

Danks backs up comments with strong outing

The seven scoreless innings thrown by John Danks during the White Sox 1-0 victory over Baltimore Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field marked the southpaw's first start since June 22 at Minnesota.

Abreu's HR all Danks needs against Orioles

John Danks ended a personal four-game losing streak and extended the White Sox winning streak to three straight in pitching the South Siders to a 1-0 victory over the Orioles before 27,384 Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

Sale given extra day of rest, will face Buehrle

The pitching matchup between Mark Buehrle and Chris Sale for Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field became all but official, with White Sox manager Robin Ventura announcing Friday that Sale would start the Blue Jays series opener and Carlos Rodon would pitch Sunday against the Orioles.

Hahn: White Sox have no room for error

As July gets underway, there's plenty of good news and bad news for the White Sox and general manager Rick Hahn.

White Sox make international splash

The White Sox introduced the future Thursday, unveiling four Dominican prospects during the first day of the international signing period.

White Sox sign first-round pick Fulmer

The White Sox and No. 8 overall pick Carson Fulmer, a righty from Vanderbilt, agreed Friday to a Minors deal with a $3.47 million bonus.

Tatis Jr. among White Sox finds on int'l market

The White Sox signed shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., ranked No. 27 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list, for $825,000, and outfielder Franklin Reyes, ranked No. 30., for $1.5 million.

Sale grabs AL's top pitcher honor for June

Chris Sale was named the American League Pitcher of the Month on Thursday, which should come as no surprise considering Sale's performance during June was one of the best months for a White Sox pitcher in franchise history.

White Sox show signs in two wins vs. Cards

These words came from White Sox hurler John Danks, approximately three hours before Chris Sale took the mound Tuesday night for the start of a short Interleague stop at Busch Stadium.

ACE program not short on success stories

Not all days are created equal. For Lorenzo Elion III, who heads into his senior season at Simeon Career Academy, one of the biggest came along six years ago, when he was 11. It was his tryout for a spot in the White Sox Amateur City Elite baseball program, which seemed like a long shot. After all, he had started playing baseball only within the last year.

Players value Double Duty Classic experience

Not only did Najee Gaskins get the chance to do something most players never do -- play on U.S. Cellular Field with other elite players from across the country in the Double Duty Classic -- but he also led the East team to a 7-2 victory on Wednesday.

Abreu more patient as pitchers adjust

The raw results, offensively, might be a tick less impressive for Jose Abreu in 2015 compared to his breakout rookie campaign of 2014. But the White Sox first baseman feels as if he's in a better place offensively.

Chicago panel offers lessons for on and off field

Wednesday afternoon's forum from the eighth annual Double Duty Classic focused less on the history of the game for African-Americans than looking ahead at it. Before taking the field in an afternoon showcase, inner-city high school players from across the country came to U.S. Cellular Field as part of a forum to provide insight and celebrate the history of the game.

White Sox not deterred by delays, top Cards

After wading through a rain-delayed start and two subsequent in-game weather stoppages, the White Sox completed their two-game stop at Busch Stadium with a 7-1 victory on Wednesday to secure back-to-back wins over the Cardinals.

Sale could face Buehrle if Sox shuffle rotation

Nothing has been officially announced, but Monday's series opener between the Blue Jays and White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field could feature a mound matchup between Mark Buehrle and Chris Sale.


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