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White Sox Sign Super-Utility Man Emilio Bonifacio

Along with bringing in big names like Jeff Samardzija, Adam LaRoche, Melky Cabrera, and David Robertson, the General Manager of a contending team also has to fill the smaller ‘depth’ and ‘glue’ roles. That’s exactly what White Sox GM Rick Hahn did Monday morning by signing 29-year-old super-utility man Emilio Bonifacio to a one-year, 2016 […]

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White Sox Swap Andre Rienzo For Lefty Reliever

General Manager Rick Hahn and the Chicago White Sox have stayed busy as the hot stove shows no signs of cooling down. Thursday afternoon, the team dealt pitcher Andre Rienzo to the Miami Marlins for 27 year-old lefty reliever Dan Jennings. The Iowa native was a 9th round pick of the Marlins back in 2008, […]

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White Sox Winter Meetings Coverage

Rumors Galore! The 2014 MLB Winter Meetings are underway from San Diego, where your Chicago White Sox and General Manager Rick Hahn figure to be very active. Just hours after the meetings got underway, headlines started to break about the Sox expressing interest in free agents and engaging in serious trade discussions. We’re compiling all […]

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Instant Analysis: White Sox Sign Adam LaRoche

Adam LaRoche, eh? Let’s take a look. Days after signing their first free agent of the 2014-2015 MLB offseason, your Chicago White Sox went out and made a fairly big splash in free agency. For the second time in four years, the south siders have signed a veteran lefty power bat away from the Washington […]

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Hot Stove: Let The Rumors Begin!

GSB! plans on bringing you all-inclusive coverage of the White Sox’ hot stove this offseason. And soon, we’ll take a look at what we expect from the entire offseason. However, recent rumors have surfaced linking certain names and teams to the White Sox- so we’re ready to jump right in and take a look at […]

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Initial Takeaways: De Aza Dealt to O’s

After a surprisingly uneventful July on the trade front, the Chicago White Sox have now completed two deals in August, successfully offloading a pair of dead weight veterans from their roster. First it was Gordon Beckham being sent to the Angels, and now Alejandro De Aza, who is on his way to Baltimore. The clumsy […]

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Hamstring Injury Ends Micah Johnson’s Season

The White Sox have dealt with terrible luck on the injury front all season. While you could certainly make the argument of “Hey, it’s a retooling year, so better now than later”, injuries still suck, plain and simple. Especially when they delay a youngster’s maturation process. On Wednesday afternoon we learned that potential second baseman […]

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With Playoff Hopes Slim To None, Avi’s Return Brightens Season

Not that most White Sox fans expected much out of the 2014 season to begin with, but with the team hovering around five or six games below .500 for the last two months, it’s a safe bet that this year won’t bring the south side a playoff berth. Often times, this scenario brings lifeless, empty […]

Carlos Rodon is getting the call.

Top Prospect Rodon Impressing Early On

UPDATE: Rodon has been promoted to Triple-A Charlotte. A September 1 call-up now looks as likely as ever. — Back in June, the White Sox drafted highly-touted college arm Carlos Rodon. After signing in July, the N.C. State product got on a throwing program with the team and has since made the first six appearances […]

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White Sox Offense Lacks a Spark in Seattle After Eaton Goes Down

After an unsuccessful home stand in which the White Sox dropped 2 of 3 to both the Twins and Rangers, the club continued their struggles in part one of their 6-game road trip to the West Coast. The Mariners, who have found themselves fighting with the red hot Kansas City Royals and the Toronto Blue […]

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Facing A Crucial Two Months, Flowers Oughta Hope It’s The Glasses

Question: Is it the glasses? When White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers is scuffling at the plate, his struggles do not go unnoticed. For the vast majority of his career, he’s been a well below average major league hitter for the south siders. Because of his normally frustrating play, any Flowers hot streaks always bring about […]

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