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Danks Keeps Rolling as Sox Down Tigers

The White Sox started off the weekday series in a good way Monday night, defeating the Tigers 3-1 in Motown and moving back to .500 at 10-10. With Chris Sale heading to the disabled list and the starters for the next two games being Charlie Leesman and Andre Rienzo, the team needed this win tonight. […]

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Series Preview: White Sox Roadtrip Concludes in Motown

The White Sox continue their road trip this week with a four game series in Detroit to face the reigning AL Central Champs.  They dropped two of three in Texas but were able to avoid the sweep and snap a four game skid with a 16-2 win on Sunday. The Tigers come in at 9-6 […]

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Lack of Clutch Hitting Leads to Fourth Straight Defeat

This team just doesn’t seem as fun to watch as they did last week. Tonight, it was another struggle on offense. Not a ton of clutch hits, a big inning from Texas in the fifth, and the Sox dropped their fourth straight. The team needs a win tomorrow to avoid a sweep at the hands […]

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Felipe Paulino to DL, Andre Rienzo Called Up

After his brutal outing Friday in Texas, most figured Felipe Paulino‘s time in the White Sox’ rotation had run out. Saturday afternoon he was sent to the disabled list with rotator cuff inflammation, proving many right.

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What To Make Of Alexei’s Hot Start

On Thursday night, Alexei Ramirez broke a White Sox franchise record. With his ninth inning single off Koji Uehara, he extended his hitting streak to 17 dating back to last season, as he’d collected at least one base hit in each of the team’s first 16 games of the season, surpassing Frank Thomas for the […]

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With Paulino Likely Out, Who Steps In To The Rotation?

Felipe Paulino was brought in over the offseason as a Don Cooper project. Coming off of multiple injuries, he was a long shot to find success at the major league level, as he’d only been able to do so for a couple months in 2011 and ’12 since he broke into the bigs back in […]

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Series Preview: White Sox Face The Rangers in Arlington

The White Sox will head to the Lone Star State this weekend to take on the Rangers after a somewhat successful 4-3 homestand.  The Sox took three of four from the Indians but dropped two of three from the Red Sox, losing the last two games of the series. The Rangers are at 9-7 on […]

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White Sox DFA Veal, Promote Putnam

In an exciting yet understandable move, the White Sox designated lefty reliever Donnie Veal for assignment and purchased the contract of righty Zach Putnam from AAA Charlotte. The move is surprising because it leaves veteran Scott Downs as the only southpaw currently in the team’s bullpen. Downs, who’s been about as reliable as they come […]

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Sox Down Boston on Second Straight Walk-Off Win

A run crosses home plate on a throwing error to give a team the ballgame in the bottom of the ninth. That probably sounds familiar to White Sox fans, as this sounds like a 2013 White Sox loss. However, these aren’t the 2013 Sox. These are the 2014 Sox, and this season, they continue to […]

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Series Preview: White Sox Host Carmines, Two Old Friends

The White Sox continue their homestand this week, welcoming the defending World Series champs to the South Side.  The Sox (good ones) are fresh off taking three out of four from the Indians while the BoSox just dropped three out of four to the Yankees in the Bronx.

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