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  • Sox's Abreu happy with his first week in majors

    Sox's Abreu happy with his first week in majors
    DENVER — Jose Abreu graded his first week in Major League Baseball as "really good" on Monday afternoon, but he acknowledged there are still things he and the White Sox need to work on as he settles in as the team's new first baseman. Among the...
  • Rockies rough up White Sox's Paulino

    DENVER — Before the White Sox took the field Monday night against the Rockies, manager Robin Ventura said he needed starting right-hander Felipe Paulino to pitch an extended outing so the team's bullpen wasn't worn down early in the three-game...
  • Ventura monitoring 'untested' Sox bullpen

    DENVER – One week into the season, White Sox manager Robin Ventura said he still is feeling out the best ways to use a bullpen filled with several new and untested options. Nate Jones’ muscle strain in his left hip last week complicated...
  • Marla Ridenour: Historically brilliant, Indians' Danny Salazar strikes out 10 in loss to White Sox

    CHICAGO Through the first eight batters Thursday night, Indians starter Danny Salazar played an amazingly bizarre game with the Chicago White Sox. In that span, Salazar struck out six. The other two batters, Jose Abreu and Alexei Ramirez, touched him for...
  • Fresh faces help spark White Sox on opening day

    Fresh faces help spark White Sox on opening day
    Youthful enthusiasm engulfed the Sox dugout on opening day Monday as Adam Eaton, Conor Gillaspie, Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia each collected hits in the 5-3 victory over the Twins. "There was a lot of pep, that's what I like to say. A lot of pep in...
  • Matt Lindstrom gets White Sox closer job, save

    Matt Lindstrom gets White Sox closer job, save
    Matt Lindstrom received the good word Sunday after the White Sox completed a workout at U.S. Cellular Field. Robin Ventura pulled the 34-year-old right-hander aside to tell him he had been anointed the closer entering the season. In Monday's opener...
  • Beckham not expected back until Thursday at earliest

    Beckham not expected back until Thursday at earliest
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Second baseman Gordon Beckham is not expected to join the Chicago White Sox off the disabled list until after the team completes its six-game road trip, manager Robin Ventura said Friday. Beckham was placed on the 15-day DL...
  • It's all in the family for Frank Kaminsky III

    It's all in the family for Frank Kaminsky III
    At Shinnick's Pub seven blocks from U.S. Cellular Field, poster-sized reproductions of this week's Sports Illustrated cover of Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky and teammate Josh Gasser confirm visitors have just entered Badgers territory in the heart of...
  • Fans stay true to 100-year-old Wrigley Field

     Fans stay true to 100-year-old Wrigley Field
    Jerry Leatham's business card bears two addresses — his Old Town condo and his "Summer Address: Aisle 140 Row 1 Seat 1 Wrigley Field." Like many fans of similar persuasion, Leatham, 71, remembers his first game at the North Side ballpark. It was...
  • Chris Sale, White Sox take a strong first step

    Chris Sale, White Sox take a strong first step
    With his head down and a straight face, Chris Sale walked to the dugout in the eighth inning Monday before acknowledging the ovation coming from the stands at U.S. Cellular Field with a slight tip of his cap. The left-hander didn't much let it on...
  • Lack of offense stalls Twins

    CHICAGO Opening Day is about the traditions. The red, white and blue bunting on the walls, the celebrity throwing the first pitch, the giant flag unfurled in the outfield and the introduction of the players along the foul line. Oh, and the Twins...