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  • Scott Carroll flops in return to rotation

    TORONTO — White Sox right-hander Scott Carroll went 38 days before receiving a second shot in the rotation, but Thursday's result against the Blue Jays wasn't worth the wait. Carroll allowed five earned runs on nine hits over five innings,...
  • White Sox power past Blue Jays despite shaky relief

    TORONTO — Manager Robin Ventura aptly described the White Sox's 5-4 victory over the Blue Jays on Friday night as a "thriller." Some of the excitement at the Rogers Centre was less than helpful. First baseman Jose Abreu hit two of four Sox home...
  • Dayan Viciedo's 3-run homer keys White Sox win

    TORONTO — White Sox right fielder Dayan Viciedo needed one swing to change the complexion of the game Saturday in a 4-3 victory over the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre. Viciedo socked a three-run homer on the first pitch that Blue Jays reliever...
  • Albert Pujols, Mike Trout power Angels past White Sox, 8-4

    KEY MOMENT: Trailing, 3-0, in the fifth, Chris Iannetta walked, and Collin Cowgill bunted for a single, the first hit off White Sox starter Hector Noesi. Mike Trout lofted a fly ball that barely cleared the wall near the left-field foul pole for a three-...
  • Angels complete doubleheader sweep of White Sox with 7-5 win

    KEY MOMENT: The Angels had a 6-5 lead in the sixth inning when left-hander Rich Hill walked Adam Eaton with a wild pitch that put runners on first base and third base with two outs, but right-hander Mike Morin struck out left-handed-hitting Leury Garcia...
  • Joe Smith double dips in Angels' doubleheader sweep of White Sox

    Joe Smith double dips in Angels' doubleheader sweep of White Sox
    Sidearm-throwing Joe Smith is not your prototypical closer, a guy “who comes in throwing 97 miles per hour with a nasty breaking ball,” as Manager Mike Scioscia said. The Angels don’t care as long as Smith continues to do what he did...
  • White Sox's Chris Sale not focused on All-Star Game

     White Sox's Chris Sale not focused on All-Star Game
    Chris Sale continues to keep his focus on the next batter, not whether he will be selected to the American League All-Star team. "If it happens, awesome," Sale said Friday after improving to 8-1 with a 2.16 ERA with a complete-game victory over the...
  • White Sox stop the bleeding against Angels

    White Sox stop the bleeding against Angels
    Robin Ventura has an informed opinion about which White Sox players deserve to participate in the July 15 All-Star Game. Chris Sale, Jose Abreu and Alexei Ramirez would be his choices. "But every year we go through the guys who deserve to make it...
  • Series preview: Mariners at White Sox

    Series preview: Mariners at White Sox
    All games on WSCR-AM 670. Season series: First meeting. Tied 3-3 in 2013. Friday: 6:10 p.m., CSN. LH Roenis Elias (7-6, 3.96) vs. LH Chris Sale (7-1, 2.30). Saturday: 1:10 p.m., WGN-9. RH Felix Hernandez (10-2, 2.10) vs. LH Jose Quintana (5-7,...
  • Jose Abreu hits 27th homer in White Sox win over Mariners

     Jose Abreu hits 27th homer in White Sox win over Mariners
    An imposing slugger such as Jose Abreu is a viable threat anywhere in the White Sox batting order, any day of the week. "I wouldn't necessarily bat him leadoff, but other than that, any spot in the lineup would be a good one," manager Robin Ventura...
  • Robin Ventura says trade-deadline talk can wear on players

     Robin Ventura says trade-deadline talk can wear on players
    As the trade deadline looms, White Sox manager Robin Ventura and Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon are reminded of the business side of baseball. "I don't know if you become accustomed to that stuff as a player. It's always there," Ventura said. "You see...