Baltimore Sun "When the Orioles were initially supposed to play Thursday’s two games against the Chicago White Sox, both of their starting pitchers in the doubleheader were with Triple-A Norfolk. It has been a month since the first two games of the series at Camden Yards were postponed amid unrest in..." May 29
Chicago Sun-Times "David Robertson served up another ninth-inning home run to Josh Donaldson, a game-tying shot the day after he served up a Donaldson walkoff blast. But the White Sox and manager Robin Ventura gave their closer another chance Wednesday afternoon, scoring a pair of runs in the 10th inning and..." May 28
Toronto Sun "There are players who live for the big moment. Josh Donaldson is one of them. The Jays third baseman has forged a well-deserved reputation for being ‘The Man’, of coming through in the clutch. So in the ninth with his team trailing 9-7 and runners on second and third and none out,..." May 27
Toronto Sun "The Jays didn’t have Jose Bautista last night, but they had something better — Drew Hutchison. With Bautista out of the lineup the past two games after taking a cortisone shot to his right shoulder on Sunday morning, the rest of the Blue Jays lineup have rolled up their sleeves and gone to..." May 26
Avisail Garcia listed as day to day with inflammation in his right knee. #WhiteSox
Minneapolis Star Tribune "The baseball season is almost two months old, enough time for teams to figure out what they have. What the Twins are finding out is that their pitching is improved, they can hit good pitching and they don’t let bad losses linger. They are loose, they are laughing and they are seven games..." May 25
WhSox Avi Garcia back lineup . Missed Saturday with right knee soreness .
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Besides Mark Buehrle, there might not be another White Sox player who has socked it to the Twins in recent years more than Paul Konerko. And it just so happened that, on Saturday, Chicago retired Konerko’s No. 14 before the game against the Twins. So there was Konerko speaking at home plate,..." May 24
Chicago Sun-Times "An adoring sellout crowd poured into U.S. Cellular Field Saturday afternoon to celebrate the retiring of White Sox great Paul Konerko’s No. 14. Entering through an opening in the center field wall, Konerko, wearing a brown suit, waved to the crowd as he walked to the infield to a stenciled “14″..." May 24
Source: Dodgers have acquired LHP Eric Surkamp from CWS. 2.81 ERA in 11 apps for T-A Charlotte.
Avisail Garcia could miss a game or two according to Robin Ventura.
Chicago Sun-Times "Jeff Samardzija made his best start of the season in the White Sox’ 3-2 victory over the Twins on Friday, snapping a three-game losing skid at U.S. Cellular Field. The hard-throwing right-hander gave up two runs on three hits in eight innings — his second consecutive eight-inning..." May 23
Chicago Tribune "Two people filed a lawsuit against the Chicago White Sox and U.S. Cellular Field's owner, alleging they failed to provide adequate security when the couple were beaten in a parking lot outside the stadium last summer. After a White Sox game July 19, Kenneth and Michelle Budka discovered as many..." May 23
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The daunting task of facing four straight left-handed starters proved to less daunting than expected for the Indians. For more than a month, the Indians couldn't stand the sight of a left-handed starter. Now they haven't met one that they don't think they can beat. The Indians scored four..." May 22
Cleveland Plain Dealer "It took Shaun Marcum almost two years to get back to the big leagues. The long, hard pull was worth it. Marcum gave the Indians 6 2/3 quality innings Wednesday night in a 4-3 victory over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. The 33-year-old right-hander was making his first start in the..." May 21
Let's Go Tribe "I'm not exactly sure what happened here. For the second night in a row, an Indians pitcher turned in a dominant performance. For the second night in a row, the Indians offense struggled to score runs off a White Sox starter. Yet somehow, we managed to do something that hasn't been done two times..." May 20
Chicago Sun-Times "Chris Sale was brilliant – he had to be every bit of that to hang with Corey Kluber — Adam Eaton was alert and rookie Carlos Sanchez was clutch in the White Sox’ 2-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians in 10 innings Monday at U.S. Cellular Field, their sixth in a row that lifted them above .500 for..." May 19
ESPN Chicago "He has been living outside of Chicago for six years, but President Barack Obama is still loyal to his teams. The president announced on Monday at 11:41 a.m. ET that he had finally gotten his own personal Twitter account as @POTUS. Of the 65 accounts that he is following, 58 are political, 3 are..." May 19
Chicago Tribune "The White Sox have experienced plenty of defensive pain this season, so they were happy to discuss an opposing team's struggles for a change Sunday. While the Sox offense capitalized on four Athletics errors during a 7-3 victory at O.co Coliseum, the Sox defense did its job to back up..." May 18
5/17 @whitesox lineup vs OAK Eaton CF Bonifacio DH Cabrera LF Abreu 1B Garcia RF Beckham 3B Ramirez SS Soto C Sanchez 2B Samardzija P
CSN Chicago "When the White Sox score four runs, they’ve been awfully hard to beat this season. As their offense continues to heat up, the White Sox have recently found themselves in that position quite often. Avisail Garcia had three hits and John Danks pitched well after he yielded two early runs as the..." May 17
Robin Ventura said they weren't going to David Robertson no matter what after a heavy workload this week.
Chicago Sun-Times "The White Sox gave up an early lead, then rallied big and survived a wild final play to claim a 7-6 victory Friday against the A’s at Oakland Coliseum. After falling behind 6-2, the White Sox offense awoke in the seventh inning for five runs, all coming with two outs. Adam LaRoche and Avisail..." May 16
Deadspin.com "U.S. District Court judge Shira Scheindlin yesterday granted plaintiffs’ motion to certify class action status in an antitrust lawsuit against MLB and the NHL, a case that threatens to demolish the decades-old blackout system in sports media. Scheindlin’s decision, which you can read here,..." May 15
Hardball Talk "Via Phil Hecken of Uni Watch, the caps for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game have apparently been leaked. Check them out below: This year’s All-Star Game is set to take place in Cincinnati. Just in case it wasn’t obvious, these caps were inspired by the pillbox hat of Reds mascot Mr. Redlegs. The..." May 15
Vice Sports "Emilio Bonifacio of the Chicago White Sox cracked a home run Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds and made a big show of flipping his bat. He saluted the gods, rounded the bases with his arms out as if he were an airplane, and when he crossed home? He leaped into the crowd, giving fans a chance to..." May 15
CSN Chicago "The White Sox took another small step toward pulling themselves out of their early-season doldrums Wednesday night. Behind Jose Quintana’s masterful seven innings, the White Sox beat Milwaukee, 4-2, at Miller Park to lock down their first road series win of the season. After losing Game 1 in..." May 14
CSN Chicago "Chris Sale delivered his best performance of the season Tuesday night when the White Sox needed it most. With the bullpen fried because of poor team starting pitching and a series on the line, Sale struck out 11 batters as the White Sox edged the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 in front of 26,935 at..." May 13
Rick Hahn announces that Carlos Rodon is being transitioned into #WhiteSox rotation, incl. Fri.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Milwaukee Brewers have their second three-game winning streak of the season, thanks to unlikely hero Elian Herrera. The well-traveled utility man hit the decisive two-run home run in the eighth inning of a back-and-forth affair, lifting the Milwaukee Brewers to a hard-fought 10-7 victory..." May 12
Hardball Talk "Carlos Rodon was impressive enough in Saturday’s spot start–throwing six innings of two-run ball against the Reds–that the White Sox have decided to move the 22-year-old top prospect into the rotation full time. Rodon, who began the season at Triple-A and then spent some time in the White Sox’s..." May 12
Chicago Sun-Times "Home can’t be much sweeter for the White Sox, who have won all five series at U.S. Cellular Field. They took two out of three against the Cincinnati Reds with a walk-off, 4-3 victory Sunday. It was their third walk-off win of the year. But the Sox know they need to win on the road,..." May 11
5/10 @WhiteSox lineup vs CIN Bonifacio 2B Cabrera LF Abreu DH LaRoche 1B Garcia RF Ramirez SS Beckham 3B Flowers C Shuck CF Danks P
Fox Sports Ohio "Johnny Cueto's longest start of the season came at a perfect time for the Cincinnati Reds. Cueto pitched into the ninth inning in the opener of a traditional doubleheader, leading the Reds to a 10-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Saturday. "(I) felt great," Cueto said through a..." May 10
Chicago Sun-Times "Carlos Rodon was everything the White Sox could have hoped for Saturday. The rookie left-hander showed off his knee-buckling slider and a fastball that continued to hit 98 mph after six innings and more than 100 pitches. Rodon struck out eight batters – all swinging – and paced the White Sox..." May 10
Lower back contusion for Noesi. He's day to day
RHP Chris Beck will be 26th man for game 2 today.
Conor Gillaspie (plantar fasciitis) missed Thurs. game. Robin Ventura said he's fine today but planned to give him another day. #WhiteSox
Cincinnati Enquirer "The Reds' game with the Chicago White Sox was rained out Friday night. It will be made up as part of a regular doubleheader tomorrow, beginning at 4:10 p.m. The second game of the day will start 30 minutes after the final out of Game 1. Johnny Cueto, Saturday's scheduled starter, will start..." May 09
Detroit Free Press "The spot starter is now the stopper. Well, Kyle Lobstein was for one day anyway as he shut down the White Sox today at U.S. Cellular Field, throwing 7 2/3 innings of five-hit, one-run ball to help the Tigers beat the White Sox and snap a two-game losing streak. Lobstein is filling in for Justin..." May 08
CSN Chicago "Their ace got hit hard and they stranded nine runners through the first seven innings on Wednesday night. Given everything that occurred the week before, nobody would have been surprised if the White Sox wilted against the Detroit Tigers and tried to salvage a series victory on Thursday..." May 07
Sporting News "In his first year as commissioner, Rob Manfred already has overseen an improvement in pace of play on the field. Might he be up for shortening the length of the season, too? Manfred certainly appears open to the possibility. At a news conference Wednesday night in Houston, Manfred indicated..." May 07
As expected, Chris Sale dropped his appeal today and has begun serving his five-game suspension. #WhiteSox
CSN Chicago "Their losing streak was at five games but it had been nine days since the White Sox left the ballpark feeling good. And while they know Tuesday night’s 5-2 win over the Detroit Tigers was full of mistakes they must fix, the White Sox can live with that reality given the end result. For after..." May 06
CSN Chicago "Jeff Samardzija is expected to drop his appeal and begin serving a five-game suspension Wednesday, a baseball source said. With Samardzija, Tuesday’s starter against the Detroit Tigers, out and perhaps Chris Sale starting his suspension on Thursday, Carlos Rodon almost certainly would make his..." May 06
Per Ventura, @CarlosRodon16 will pitch Saturday.
ESPN Chicago "Uninterested in finding a single scapegoat for the Chicago White Sox's disappointing start, general manager Rick Hahn said Tuesday that everybody needs to accept responsibility for a team that has lacked fight and has been uninspiring over the opening month of the season. Outcry for manager..." May 05
Minneapolis Star Tribune "After sweeping a horrendous White Sox team in four games at Target Field, Twins manager Paul Molitor knows the approach he wants his team to take. “You’ve got to get greedy when things are going well,” he said, “and try to ride these things out as long as you possibly can.” The Twins socked..." May 04
Arizona Republic "Major League Baseball informed clubs last week of a rules change regarding trading recently drafted players, an adjustment that allows teams to deal players the day after the end of the World Series rather than having to wait until a year after they sign. Agent Scott Boras welcomes the change,..." May 04