Found June 13, 2012 on
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Jordan Danks, OF, Chicago White Sox
Current Level: MLB
2012 Top 15 Prospects Ranking: NR
Current Value: Static
Danks was a top amateur prospect while in high school but he told teams he would not sign because he wanted to play college ball at the University of Texas. John Danks‘ little brother fo...
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Everyone in Chicago knows the value and skill of White Sox team captain Paul Konerko. However, his recent numbers have been attracting the attention of baseball fans and authorities across the country.
Since the Sox are a much smaller market team compared to the crosstown Cubs, national attention is rare and usually negative. Because of this, Konerko’s accomplishments are refreshing...
A.J. Pierzynski has been getting under opposing players' skin for 15 seasons. Why stop now? Pierzynski was again voted the most hated player in Major League Baseball in a recent Men's Journal survey, NBC Sports' HardballTalk blog points out. Only 100 MLB players were polled, but Pierzynski was the overwhelming winner (or loser), garnering 34 percent of the votes. He edged...
Surprising performances have fueled the Chicago White Sox’s rise to the top of the division. Adam Dunn — who looked finished last season — is off to one of the best starts of his career, Jake Peavy is healthy for the first time in years and AJ Pierzynski has already clubbed eleven home runs. And while those performances were unexpected, there’s another player on the White...
Southpaw Jose Quintana held up his part of the bargain. Well, at least he continued to give Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura some serious thinking to do. The rookie left-hander went 5 1/3 innings Tuesday in the White Sox's 6-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals, allowing one run on 10 hits and no walks while fanning four. The outing lowered Quintana's season ERA...
The Chicago White Sox are one of baseball’s biggest surprises. While the team didn’t have high expectations entering the season, they currently have a .5 game lead in the AL Central. And with the Detroit Tigers currently struggling, the White Sox could find themselves buyers at the trade deadline. If they hope to stay in the playoff race, they might want to look at upgrading...
Adam Dunn had to persuade Robin Ventura to put him in the lineup Thursday night.
Dunn showed his manager that he indeed was healthy enough to play, hitting a three-run homer in the sixth inning of the Chicago White Sox's 5-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Dunn was scratched from the lineup Wednesday because of a mild ankle sprain.
''He lobbied his way in tonight...
ST. LOUIS Adam Dunn has forgotten about the free fall. It's a new year, he's quick to mention, and the memory of a lost first season in black and silver is best left in the past where it belongs.
Now the hulking Chicago White Sox designated hitter is a model of comfort and cool. Why not? He sat near a corner stall in the visitors clubhouse Wednesday at Busch Stadium loving...
White Sox slugger Adam Dunn has been scratched from Chicago's lineup for Wednesday night's game against the St. Louis Cardinals because of a sprained right ankle.
Dunn is dealing with only a minor sprain and was removed shortly after the team took the field for batting practice.
Dayan Viciedo replaced Dunn, one off the major league leaders with 21 homers. Viciedo was batting...
A.J. Pierzynski hit a two-run homer, rookie left-hander Jose Quintana allowed one run over 5 1-3 innings and the streaking Chicago White Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 Tuesday night.
Paul Konerko had three singles on a 3-for-4 night to lift his majors-best average to .373, Adam Dunn added a solo homer - his 21st - and Orlando Hudson hit a two-run triple for Chicago.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A.J. Pierzynski hit a two-run homer, rookie left-hander Jose Quintana allowed one run over 5 1-3 innings and the streaking Chicago White Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 Tuesday night.
Paul Konerko had three singles on a 3-for-4 night to lift his majors-best average to .373, Adam Dunn added a solo homer -- his 21st -- and Orlando Hudson hit a two-run triple...
JewishBaseballNews.com is reporting that the Chicago White Sox (awesome) drafted Jewish ball player Mitch Glasser in the 39th round. Glasser has been playing at Macalester in St. Paul MN and was one of 12 Division III players selected. Congrats to Glasser and hope to see you in the Bigs.
Click HERE to read more about Glasser's playing days and HERE for some draft information.