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As Blake Hickman, Devin Pickett, Shane Brown, Chris Stevens and Shaquille Cockrell prepared to sign their letters of intent, White Sox GM took time to stress the importance of academics over athletics.
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With the Chicago Cubs making organizational changes across the board, baseball fans in Chicago most likely have their eyes fixed to the north side. This fact coupled with the Chicago Bears pulling out a solid victory on Monday Night Football and it can be pretty certain that news surrounding the White Sox most likely went unnoticed.
However, us White Sox fans have reason to pay attention...
The Chicago White Sox signed a pair of left-handed pitchers on Thursday.
Agreeing to contracts were Donnie Veal and Jose Quintana.
Veal underwent Tommy John surgery in 2010 and spent last season in the minors with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was 1-0 with a 7.16 ERA in 19 outings with the Pirates in 2009.
Quintana pitched for the Class A affiliate of the New York Yankees in Tampa...
The expectation has been that the Mark Buehrle sweepstakes probably wouldn't conclude until during the annual Winter Meetings that start Dec. 5 in Dallas.
The White Sox went all-in in 2011, only to finish with a disappointing 79-83 record. Here's the latest on the team as preparations for Robin Ventura's first season in the dugout begin...
Mark Buehrle has told the White Sox he's not going to give them a hometown discount, according to Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times (on Twitter). Approximately ten teams, including...
The Chicago White Sox added left-handed depth to their 40-man roster Thursday by signing relievers Donnie Veal and Jose Quintana to contracts.
The White Sox announced the signing of two left-handers on Thursday, agreeing to one-year deals with Donnie Veal and Jose Quintana.
Free-agent left-handers Donnie Veal and Jose Quintana have agreed to contracts with the Chicago White Sox.
With little payroll flexibility, he'll have to choose his path carefully for 2012With little flexibility, he'll have to choose his path carefully for '12.