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  • Carlos Rodon's White Sox debut expected in 'not-too-distant future'

    Carlos Rodon's White Sox debut expected in 'not-too-distant future'
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — One by one, White Sox players on the roster fringe were called out of the Camelback Ranch clubhouse Monday morning into meetings to discuss their futures with the Sox bosses. Left-hander Carlos Rodon, the Sox's top-ranked...
  • Smooth sailing for Chris Sale but rough seas for Jeff Samardzija

    Smooth sailing for Chris Sale but rough seas for Jeff Samardzija
    MESA, Ariz. — Chris Sale's joy at facing hitters again Friday was evident from the smiles and laughs emanating from the mound during his 75-pitch simulated game at Camelback Ranch. The White Sox left-hander afterward exchanged handshakes and...
  • Micah Johnson has mixed results in his White Sox debut

    Micah Johnson has mixed results in his White Sox debut
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Micah Johnson said he will breathe a sigh of relief to leave behind opening-day hoopla and move on with his career as the new White Sox second baseman. Johnson's major-league debut Monday in a 10-1 loss to the Royals had mixed...
  • White Sox pitcher Chris Sale on track for April 12 return

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. White Sox left-hander Chris Sale was not at Kauffman Stadium with his team on opening day. Instead he stayed in Arizona to make one more step toward a return to the mound on April 12. In his continued recovery from a fractured right...
  • White Sox's Geovany Soto, J.B. Shuck and Matt Albers set for opening day

    White Sox's Geovany Soto, J.B. Shuck and Matt Albers set for opening day
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox answered some lingering roster questions Tuesday at Camelback Ranch, confirming backup catcher Geovany Soto, backup outfielder J.B. Shuck and veteran reliever Matt Albers have made the team. With two days to go in...
  • Chris Sale feels fine, strikes out 13 minor-leaguers in first spring game

    Chris Sale feels fine, strikes out 13 minor-leaguers in first spring game
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – White Sox left-hander Chris Sale said his injured right foot and ankle felt “fine” as he pitched in his first competitive game of the spring, a minor-league contest against the Reds on a back field at Camelback Ranch....
  • Jeff Samardzija shrugs off spring results, says he's ready for opener

    Jeff Samardzija shrugs off spring results, says he's ready for opener
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox will pack their bags to leave Camelback Ranch on Thursday, and with them, right-hander Jeff Samardzija will pack away his less-than-pristine Cactus League results. Samardzija obviously wasn't pleased that he gave up...
  • Bragging rights: the aces — Jon Lester or Chris Sale

    Bragging rights: the aces — Jon Lester or Chris Sale
    The aces Cubs: Jon Lester The repertoire: Before experiencing a "dead" left arm, fastball ranged from 90 to 92, but tends to rise to the mid-90 mph range by midseason. Cut fastball gets right on top of hands to right-handed batters, and he can back...
  • Despite marked improvement, neither White Sox nor Cubs will make playoffs

    Despite marked improvement, neither White Sox nor Cubs will make playoffs
    How nice that the arrival of baseball season in Chicago doesn't mark the beginning of a race to 95 losses and "Play ball!'' no longer sounds like a threat. For the first time since President Theo Epstein took over, the Cubs believe they can compete...
  • White Sox thankful to be breaking spring camp mostly in good health

    White Sox thankful to be breaking spring camp mostly in good health
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox stumbled to the spring finish line with a 10-2 loss to the Diamondbacks on Thursday, but in manager Robin Ventura's mind, the important thing is they weren't limping there. "Get out healthy" has been the spring...
  • Marla Ridenour: Indians can win division, but White Sox a major concern

    They have the starting pitching. They have the manager. They have the bullpen, although I'm slightly worried about Bryan Shaw's workload. They have the offense, if Jason Kipnis, Brandon Moss and Michael Bourn come through. But I'm having a hard time...