First baseman Jose Abreu is still mourning the loss of White Sox legend Minnie Minoso, whom Abreu considered a mentor.
Michael Ynoa arrived in professional ball with a lot of fanfare and a rich contract, but arm problems quickly stalled his development. Acquired by the White Sox in the Jeff Samardzija trade, Ynoa hopes to find his niche as a reliever.
The White Sox agreed to terms on contracts with 24 players for the 2015 season on Tuesday.
He was only facing his teammates, but Jeff Samardzija approached his intrasquad outing on Tuesday the same as any other trip to the mound.
Funeral services for White Sox legend Minnie Minoso, who died on Sunday, will be held in Chicago this weekend.
Many think the White Sox won the offseason with their bold moves, but with the start of Cactus League play, it's now time to put aside all the expectations and see if the club can create its own identity.
In just the first 10 days of Spring Training, Vince Coleman has already begun to change the team culture, and he promises that his work will make a major difference over the course of 2015.
The White Sox approached this season certainly knowing they would need contributions from more than the 12 pitchers they break camp with. So if the White Sox don't have Chris Sale at the season's outset, they are comfortable with the possible fill-in options.
There will be no makeup scheduled for Monday's rained-out White Sox intrasquad contest because, well, Cactus League action begins Wednesday at Camelback Ranch against the Dodgers.
Left-hander Carlos Rodon makes his Cactus League debut Friday when the White Sox take on the Padres, and the highly touted prospect doesn't seem overwhelmed or nervous about the opportunity.
Outfielder Courtney Hawkins, ranked as the fifth-best White Sox prospect, once put pressure on himself to reach the Majors yesterday. Now, the team's top Draft pick from 2012 is letting his progress take its natural course.
Nobody is immortal. It's a concept White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and pretty much everyone else fully understands. But when it came to Minnie Minoso, known as the Cuban Comet and, more appropriately, Mr. White Sox, Reinsdorf thought he might have met the one exception.
Gordon Beckham can play second base and remains firmly in competition for the starting nod in 2015, but he will see plenty of time around the infield during Cactus League play behind the super-utility role designed for the 28-year-old in his return to Chicago.
The loss was felt around the baseball world on Sunday, when news emerged that seven-time All-Star Minnie Minoso had died Sunday. Minoso was a beloved figure throughout the game, but especially in Chicago.
Minnie Minoso was a great guy, a man full of positive energy and feedback and an individual truly loved the White Sox. Those reactions were just a few presented by White Sox players after Minoso's passing Sunday at the age of 90.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper paused for a moment when asked about the Cactus League rotation replacement for Chris Sale beginning this Friday against the Padres in Peoria. He originally listed the starter as to be determined, but then quickly changed his mind and mentioned Carlos Rodon.
Minnie Minoso's death on Sunday leaves holes everywhere. No one alive knew better what it was like for Latin American players to come to the Major Leagues -- Cuban players, in particular. But that's just the very tip of his legacy.
Minnie Minoso, a nine-time All-Star who played in five decades, died on Sunday morning.
Injuries always can put a damper even on the best of plans, but for the White Sox, it looks as the diagnosis involving Chris Sale becomes the best-case scenario coming from the worst-possible situation.
Jared Mitchell lost his spot on the White Sox 40-man roster after last season, but he's in camp attempting to win it back.
White Sox pitcher Chris Sale sustained an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot in an accident at his home Friday, and the left-hander is expected to be sidelined three weeks before resuming baseball activities.
Juan Pierre, the catalyst of the Marlins' 2003 World Series title team and one of the most prolific base stealers of his generation, has announce his retirement. The 37-year-old speedster is walking away from the game after an impressive 14-year career.
White Sox reliever Zach Duke discredited early reports of changing his arm angle, saying he is implementing a second angle to help keep hitters off balance.
Daniel Webb persevered through the death of his mother last spring to earn a spot in the White Sox bullpen.
Third-base coach Joe McEwing interviewed for three managerial openings during the offseason, but he's more than happy to have returned to the White Sox as part of Robin Ventura's staff.
White Sox prospect Matt Davidson looks forward to erasing memories of a disappointing 2014 season.
MLB trailblazer and former White Sox star Minnie Minoso still exudes the same passion for life and for baseball that he did when he played. The seven-time All-Star is slated to attend this weekend's Civil Rights Game festivities.
How do the White Sox look through one week of Spring Training, which concluded with Thursday's workout at Camelback Ranch? Executive vice president Ken Williams thinks his club appears to be even better than it looks on paper.
Vince Coleman's task at all levels within the White Sox organization is not simply about improving noted basestealers such as Adam Eaton or Micah Johnson. It's about making smart speed as much a part of the White Sox game as power.
Wednesday's session held by Vince Coleman on a back field at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday was termed by White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams as the best speech on baserunning he had ever heard.