Jose Abreu has a new weakness

Inside pitches were getting the best of Jose Abreu early in 2016, but now his inability to punish pitches low in the strike zone is reason to be concerned. When the Chicago White Sox traded for Todd Frazier during the offseason, it addressed a need for more power in the lineup. In 2015, the team finished last in the American League in slugging and home runs. Carry all of the load...
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7 hours ago

Quintana validating All-Star nod with stellar stretch

A funny thing happened to Jose Quintana since the All-Star break. The White Sox southpaw has become even stronger and sharper then he was leading up to a first appearance in the Midsummer Classic.
Via WhiteSox.com
13 hours ago

Twins 2, White Sox 1 (12 innings): Add “walk-off walk” to the list

Tommy Kahnle walks home winning run, but no-show offense the bigger story Poor Jose Quintana gave up one run over 6⅔ innings. The best guys in the White Sox bullpen did their jobs. Ricky Nolasco started for the Twins. And yet the White Sox still lost. At least they’re picking creative ways to do it, as the Twins scored their decisive run without a hit. Dan Jennings clipped...
Via South Side Sox
14 hours ago

Frazier scratched with flu-like symptoms

Todd Frazier was scratched from Friday's starting lineup against the Twins due to flu-like symptoms. Tyler Saladino moved from second base to third in Frazier's absence, while Carlos Sanchez took over at second.
Via WhiteSox.com
18 hours ago

White Sox listening to offers ahead of Deadline

It's the final days before Major League Baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline on Monday, and as of Friday night, the roster remained the same for the White Sox.
Via WhiteSox.com
18 hours ago

If nothing else, the White Sox should sell their bullpen

As has been commonplace around these parts in recent years, the White Sox enter the final few days leading up to the non-waiver trade deadline in flux, with nobody quite sure whether they are set to buy, sell or stand pat. Buying, at least in the win-now sense, has been off the table for a few weeks now, but selling has been a subject of debate yet again, with many wondering if the...
Via BP South Side
1 day ago

Should the White Sox Tear it All Down?

The trade deadline is less than a week away, and Kenny Williams doesn’t know if the White Sox will be buyers or sellers. Now, I’m certain (kinda) that’s just posturing by Williams, there’s no benefit for him to publicly tip his hand to other teams, but when you’re a fan of a franchise where your star player is taking a knife to a bunch of jerseys and he somehow comes across...
Via BP South Side
1 day ago

WATCH: Tigers play high stakes game of Rock, Paper, Scissors

Want to play a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors in the Detroit Tigers clubhouse? Be prepared for consequences if you lose. Tigers starter Justin Verlander posted videos on Instagram which show Jose Iglesias and Ian Kinsler playing a simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. However, when Iglesias lost, he was hit in the head with an empty water cooler by Kinsler. Taking...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Five other uniforms Chris Sale should cut up

Chris Sale gave the world the story of the century with his uniform-slicing temper tantrum in protest to the Chicago White Sox throwback uniforms they were supposed to wear. If Sale is up to it, we have five more baseball uniforms that should be cut up and never worn again.
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians, Rangers join White Sox in Mariners' clubhouse dues protest

White Sox players are not the only ones to protest a new Mariners policy regarding visiting clubhouse dues.The Indians and Rangers both tried to circumvent the policy in June by tipping visiting clubhouse manager Jeff Bopp but not paying clubhouse dues, according to major-league sources.The White Sox refused to pay Bopp at all after their visit to Seattle July 18-20, objecting to...
Via FOX Sports
3 days ago

White Sox refused to tip Mariners’ clubhouse attendants in protest of new policy

It’s been quite an interesting few days for Chicago White Sox in regard to clubhouse-related stories. By now you likely know of White Sox ace Chris Sale being sent home on Saturday — on a day he was supposed to start — and then being suspended five days by the organization, after literally cutting up throwback uniforms so that the team couldn’t wear them. And now, we have...
Via The Comeback
5 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox GM: Chris Sale has not requested trade

Chris Sale has made it clear that he does not like wearing the 1976 uniforms. Still, according to general manager Rick Hahn, the ace is not actively pursuing a trade from the Chicago White Sox. One last thing on Chris Sale incident & subsequent suspension:GM Rick Hahn said at no time during their discussion did he request a trade — Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) July 24...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

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