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  • Ex-Marlins sensation Willis retires from baseball

    Ex-Marlins sensation Willis retires from baseball
    — One of the more beloved players to don the Marlins' uniform has called it a career. Dontrelle Willis, 33, informed the Milwaukee Brewers he is retiring. The Brewers in January signed Willis, a seminal figure with the Marlins from 2003-'07, to...
  • Former Marlins sensation Dontrelle Willis announces retirement

    Former Marlins sensation Dontrelle Willis announces retirement
    One of the more beloved players to don the Marlins’ uniform has called it a career. Dontrelle Willis, 33, informed the Milwaukee Brewers he is retiring. The Brewers had signed Willis, a seminal figure with the Marlins from 2003-‘07, to a...
  • Monday's recap: White Sox 3, Diamondbacks 3

     Monday's recap: White Sox 3, Diamondbacks 3
    The summary: New closer David Robertson pitched one scoreless inning in his White Sox spring debut, allowing one hit and striking out one as the Sox and Diamondbacks ended in a 3-3 tie. Sox shortstop Juan Diaz and second baseman Micah Johnson hit game-...
  • Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Dodgers 4

     Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Dodgers 4
    The summary Shortstop Alexei Ramirez was 2-for-3 with a double and three RBIs to lead the White Sox to a 6-4 victory over the Dodgers in the Cactus League opener. Left-hander Jose Quintana earned the victory after pitching two perfect innings. At...
  • Chris Sale unlikely to start opening day as White Sox think long term

    Chris Sale unlikely to start opening day as White Sox think long term
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — White Sox manager Robin Ventura admitted Sunday that left-hander Chris Sale's chances of starting on opening day are "slim" because of the avulsion fracture in his right foot that likely will keep him away from baseball...
  • White Sox ace Sale breaks bone in foot, out at least 3 weeks

    Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale is out for at least three weeks after breaking a bone in his right foot in what the team described as an accident at home. Unloading the back of his truck, general manager Rick Hahn explained Saturday. Sale, though, told...
  • White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has fractured right foot

    White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has fractured right foot
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The sight of Chris Sale hobbling around Camelback Ranch with a heavily bandaged foot is something that could induce dread in any White Sox supporter who harbored hopes the club might be ready to contend. But the avulsion fracture...
  • Versatile bench players may allow White Sox to carry 13 pitchers

    Versatile bench players may allow White Sox to carry 13 pitchers
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Many of the White Sox positions for the 2015 season were set even before players began showing up to Camelback Ranch, but the 25th spot on the roster is up in the air. Sox manager Robin Ventura said the team is "pretty open" to...
  • White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain building back strength

    White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain building back strength
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jesse Crain and the White Sox are content to take it slow this spring. The right-handed reliever, who signed a minor league contract in January, is rebuilding strength after missing the entire 2014 season with the Astros...
  • White Sox 25-man roster locks, likelies and long shots

    White Sox 25-man roster locks, likelies and long shots
    Vice President Ken Williams didn't hesitate when asked Wednesday whether the White Sox front office's winter moves could boost his club from 73 victories in 2014 to the playoffs in 2015. "Yes," the Sox executive vice president said. "We have a little...
  • Jesse Crain, Geovany Soto among White Sox non-roster invitees

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper isn’t emotional often in his communications, but he texted a few smiley faces to Jesse Crain’s phone when the Sox worked out a minor league deal with the right-handed reliever. Crain, a 10-year major...