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  • White Sox begin lengthy road trip with lifeless loss to Blue Jays

    White Sox begin lengthy road trip with lifeless loss to Blue Jays
    TORONTO — The White Sox's 6-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Monday night felt a little bit like an engine fire one mile into a lengthy road trip. For a journey that spans 11 games and four cities, the lifeless outing was a dreadful start. Sox right-...
  • Melky Cabrera could use a spark in return to Toronto

     Melky Cabrera could use a spark in return to Toronto
    TORONTO — The fans at the Rogers Centre greeted White Sox left fielder Melky Cabrera with a healthy round of applause as he stepped to the plate Monday for the opener of a three-game series against the Blue Jays. When Cabrera played in Toronto, he...
  • White Sox's Avisail Garcia exits game with right knee inflammation

    White Sox's Avisail Garcia exits game with right knee inflammation
    TORONTO – White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia was pulled from Monday’s game against the Blue Jays as he continues to battle right knee inflammation. Garcia exited the game at the Rogers Centre in the middle of the second inning after...
  • Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    I live in southwestern Michigan with lots of other Sox fans. We cannot see the Sox on TV except occasionally when they're on "the U." If they want to boost attendance, they have to fix this. -- Jim M., Stevensville, Mich.  What happened to TV coverage...
  • White Sox follow up winning streak with disappointing homestand

    White Sox follow up winning streak with disappointing homestand
    The White Sox are ready to hit the road, and their fans may be glad to see them go after watching them drop their second straight series at U.S. Cellular Field. The Twins took two out of three over the weekend with Sunday's 8-1 trouncing that saw second...
  • Sunday's recap: Twins 8, White Sox 1

    Sunday's recap: Twins 8, White Sox 1
    The summary Brian Dozier hit two home runs and starting pitcher Kyle Gibson throttled the White Sox on four hits in eight innings Sunday as the Twins rolled to an 8-1 victory in front of 30,180 at gloomy U.S. Cellular Field. It ended a disappointing 2-5...
  • Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite

    Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite
    Everyone thinks they can manage, and now maybe anyone can. The trend toward hiring managers with no experience is growing, with the Brewers' Craig Counsell and the Marlins' Dan Jennings as the latest examples. Perhaps Bill Veeck had the right idea...
  • Chris Sale pays for leaving pitches up early

    Chris Sale pays for leaving pitches up early
    Chris Sale insisted the delayed start to Saturday's game for Paul Konerko's number retirement ceremony did not affect his preparation. "Tell me when to be ready by and that's when I was going to be ready," Sale said. Unfortunately, it took Sale a...
  • Paul Konerko thankful day in the sun came so soon

    Paul Konerko thankful day in the sun came so soon
    Friends, family, former teammates and coaches traveled from all over to see the White Sox retire Paul Konerko's No. 14 on Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field. More than anything, Konerko said he appreciated that the Sox chose to retire his No. 14 so soon...
  • Coaching experience means little when choosing an MLB manager

    Coaching experience means little when choosing an MLB manager
    Joe Maddon might be baseball's brightest manager. The Chicago Cubs dumped a manager they liked in order to hire Maddon, whom they regarded as the best in the business. Maddon awoke last Monday to learn that the Miami Marlins had appointed Dan Jennings...
  • If Jeff Samardzija leads with winning example, he can be clubhouse leader

    If Jeff Samardzija leads with winning example, he can be clubhouse leader
    A popular narrative entering this season for the White Sox was whether Jeff Samardzija could emerge as a clubhouse leader, even though he takes the mound only once every five days as a starting pitcher. The confident and outgoing Samardzija readily...