GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) While John Danks has moved down in the Chicago White Sox rotation, he now finds himself as the elder statesman of the locker room.
Paul Konerko's retirement means that Danks, who won't be 30 until April, has the most seniority as a member of the White Sox. He's entering his ninth year with the team since being acquired from Texas in 2006.
''It's weird,'' the...
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This time of year, Christmas parties come out fast and furious. Some people go to the extra mile and produce outstanding themed parties. That was the case with the Danks family as they pulled off one of the best Christmas themed parties ever.
***The picture below comes from John Dank’s wife Ashley Monroe’s Instagram Account
Danks Family Throws Best Christmas Party Ever
The New York Yankees are interested in left handed pitcher John Danks but are hesitant to pull the trigger on a trade for the 29-year-old due to the $28.5 million owed to him over the next two seasons.
Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reports the Yankees have “no real interest” in adding Danks if they will be on the hook for the entire cost of his contract for 2015 and...
John Danks could very well be dealt at the trade deadline. Danks is having a modest year, going 8-6 with a 4.35 ERA in twenty starts for the White Sox. He's garnering a lot of trade interest according to Chris Cotillo of SB Nation:"Danks has reportedly caught the Yankees' eye and would make sense for the Cardinals or Blue Jays, though his current contract status (being owed...
Posted to Chicago White SoxChicago White Sox pitcher John Danks could traded before the July 31st deadline as CBS Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports that the New York Yankees are in early talks about the lefty.
The Yankees, to no one’s surprise, have checked in on White Sox lefty John Danks.
Danks has about $34 million to go on his contract through 2016 that pays him $14.25...
It's uncertain if John Danks will still be with the Chicago White Sox by the end of this month. Amid the trade rumors, he'll try to continue the kind of pitching that's made him so marketable.
The left-hander seeks his sixth win in eight starts when he faces the Cleveland Indians in the final game before the All-Star break Sunday.
With the White Sox (45-50) in fourth place in the...
Your browser does not support iframes. Hijinks, tomfoolery and skullduggery were in play in the Chicago White Sox dugout during the team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles on Monday night, as pitcher John Danks fell victim to a tried-but-true prank that nevertheless fails to delight each and every time it is perpetrated. Yep, an unknowing […]
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John Danks is feeling rather carefree these days.
The left-hander insisted his shoulder problems are a thing of the past and he's intent on regaining his old form on the mound as the Chicago White Sox try to climb back to respectability.
''I don't have any worries about the arm, I really don't,'' he said. ''It was nice to have an offseason to really focus on getting in shape and...
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February 16, 2014