Found January 25, 2012 on Chicago Breaking Sports:
Sox lefty finished strong after relinquishing duties to SantosAfter wondering about his future this offseason, Matt Thornton hopes to maximize an apparent second chance to seize the White Sox's closer role he quickly lost in 2011.

White Sox go red: Will wear Dick Allen era retro uniforms

The Chicago White Sox have a notorious uniform history. They've worn tuxedos. They've worn pajamas. They've even worn shorts. Shudder. Amid a virtual minefield of fashion, the team has announced it is reaching into history to pull a retro look forward. And it's not horrifyingly ugly. The White Sox will wear red pinstripes for home Sunday games in 2012, replicas of...

Hard-throwing Reed not looking for attention

Addison Reed's first big league Spring Training could end with the 23-year-old claiming the White Sox closer's job.

White Sox farmhand Mitchell remains confident

There was a time, when Jared Mitchell was selected by the White Sox with the 23rd overall pick in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, where the organization quite possibly believed Mitchell could be in Chicago with much of the rest of the active roster this weekend at SoxFest.

Beckham feeling good heading into new year

Over the course of Gordon Beckham's 2011 offensive struggles, amateur hitting coaches around Chicago and across the Internet dissected Beckham's plate approach against his better times dating back even to his Georgia days.

SoxFest: We dare ya, we double dog dare ya

The White Sox seem determined to challenge their fans to enjoy 2012 right from the get-go. As if it weren't daring enough for Adam Dunn to attend SoxFest this weekend at the Palmer House Hilton in downtown Chicago, the Sox will kick things off Friday evening with a "State of the Game" seminar featuring Commissioner Bud Selig, not exactly a popular figure in any realm...

Red Sox won't be the only red Sox in 2012

The Chicago White Sox haven't always been black and white.  In fact, they've tried a few different uniform and color combinations throughout their history (some far more successful than others). In the early seventies, the White Sox donned red pin stripes, cap and logo (and apparently smoked in the dugout).  It's not a bad look.  In fact, it's a good luck.  So...

Beckham: It was time for changes with Sox

After being a part of three Chicago White Sox teams that failed to reach the postseason, second baseman Gordon Beckham fully understands and endorses the changes made this offseason.

Looking ahead, Dunn forgetting recent past

After miserable season, Sox slugger taking batting practice for fun, eager for more serious workAdam Dunn admits it has been difficult to forget his miserable 2011 season.

Former coach Kusnyer has sights set on SoxFest

Longtime White Sox fans will be treated to the return of one of the most venerable personalities in franchise history at this weekend’s SoxFest.

Buehrles seek to lift pit bull ban in Florida county

Former Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle and his wife Jamie haven't wasted any time carrying their passion for pets to South Florida - their new summer home.

White Sox offseason just keeps getting worse

Steve Rosenbloom: Prince Fielder joins the Tigers. Mark Buehrle departs. Adam Dunn stays. This has been one bad, ugly and stupid offseason for the White Sox. So, yeah, enjoy SoxFest this weekend.

White Sox preparing for Fielder challenge

The White Sox, who are used to dealing with some of the game's best left-handed hitters frequently in the American League Central, will now need to prepare to face Prince Fielder on a regular basis after the free-agent slugger signed with the Tigers on Tuesday.
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