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BEST OF MAXIM
While Chicago White Sox general manager Ken Williams has been leaving his off season plans quiet, new manager Robin Ventura let the cat out of the bag when it comes to starting pitcher John Danks. From his comments today it sounds like Ventura doesn’t plan on having him or Gavin Floyd on the mound in 2012.
“Obviously, I would love to hand the ball to John Danks 30-plus times...
In a report for the Chicago Sun-Times, Joe Cowley says the White Sox are shopping LHP John Danks, although a source from another club told him “[White Sox GM Kenny Williams] asked for everyone on our roster in return.’’
Danks, who will be 27 on opening day, signed a one-year, $6 million contract to avoid arbitration last January. He is eligible for arbitration this winter,...
Negotiations between the White Sox and John Danks on a contract extension are at a stalemate, according to a source.
New Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura believes the direction of his roster will take shape in the next two weeks.
The Chicago White Sox's 2012 spring training schedule is nearly complete.
To trade or not to trade? That important question will face Ken Williams at baseball's annual Winter Meetings, beginning Monday at Dallas' Hilton Anatole.
There's been a strong belief that the Chicago White Sox's poor starts during the regular season have stemmed from sluggish spring training records.
As usual it’s been a crazy week in sports. We seem to think the NBA will start on Christmas though we haven’t hear diddly in a few days. Shaq might be fighting Jose Canseco which is something none of will or should care about (but we’ll all tune it to see it).
Mayweather is claiming he’ll be fighting Pacquiao. And as usual Tebow madness is growing in numbers with...