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  • Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox

    Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — On a night in November during the baseball general managers meetings, as discouraging messages from agents and other clubs trickled in, Rick Hahn doubted whether the White Sox's offseason plans would come together. Outfielder...
  • White Sox see Adam LaRoche as a new team leader

    White Sox see Adam LaRoche as a new team leader
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Adam LaRoche moved into the White Sox clubhouse at Camelback Ranch on Tuesday, taking up residence in a corner locker last occupied by retired captain Paul Konerko. When the Sox signed the 35-year-old designated hitter to a two-...
  • Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp

    Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton hadn’t met new designated hitter Adam LaRoche before Tuesday, so his initial impression was superficial. “LaRoche, when he enters the mix, I think we’re going to have a good...
  • White Sox prospect Matt Davidson humbled by 2014 tumble

    White Sox prospect Matt Davidson humbled by 2014 tumble
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Within the first few weeks of joining Triple-A Charlotte last season, White Sox third base prospect Matt Davidson panicked. A former top 100 prospect, Davidson had found success at every level of his career, but then with a new...
  • Geovany Soto says he's healthy, hoping to contribute to White Sox

    Geovany Soto says he's healthy, hoping to contribute to White Sox
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Geovany Soto liked the idea of returning to Chicago, and he liked even more the idea of joining a White Sox team he thinks is headed in the right direction. Soto, the 2008 National League Rookie of the Year with the Cubs,...
  • Don't overthink it, White Sox: Put Carlos Rodon in rotation

    Don't overthink it, White Sox: Put Carlos Rodon in rotation
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — With Chris Sale likely out of the White Sox rotation for the start of the season with a broken foot, rookie Carlos Rodon's chances of making the rotation have seemingly increased. Or at least that's what one would surmise when...
  • Jeff Samardzija gets first taste of White Sox game action

    Jeff Samardzija gets first taste of White Sox game action
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Right-hander Jeff Samardzija saw his first game action in a White Sox uniform Tuesday during the club’s intrasquad game at Camelback Ranch, and his new teammates made him work right away. Micah Johnson singled and Emilio...
  • 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...
  • White Sox starter Hector Noesi hopes to take next step in 2015

    White Sox starter Hector Noesi hopes to take next step in 2015
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi made a significant turnaround in 2014, going from a player who posted a 14.21 ERA and was discarded by two teams in April to a decent No. 5 starter who reached 172-1/3 innings in September. Sox...
  • Cubs and White Sox open spring training in the desert

    Cubs and White Sox open spring training in the desert
    I arrived in Phoenix yesterday to cover the Cubs and White Sox at spring training. After some big off-season signings, both teams arrived in the desert with high expectations following several tough baseball summers in Chicago. The weather is always a...
  • Jose Abreu's goal: Stay healthy enough to play first base every day

    Jose Abreu's goal: Stay healthy enough to play first base every day
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Among the bigger challenges first baseman Jose Abreu faced in his 2014 rookie year was learning how to deal with the physical demands of a 162-game major league season. Abreu, coming off his American League Rookie of the Year...