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Going into tonight’s game against the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox outfielder Jacob May, who won a tough competition for the team’s center-field job this spring, doesn’t have a hit yet this year in 24 at-bats—the first 24 of his major-league career.
Former Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale pitched yet another great game today. With his four-seamer and slider in especially nasty form, he put the golden sombrero on José Bautista and struck out 13 Toronto Blue Jays in total over eight scoreless innings in a 4-1 win for the Boston Red Sox. Sale now has an 0.91 ERA,…
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With the Chicago White Sox in New York to play the Yankees this week, José Quintana made an appearance on The Tonight Show. He credits regularly watching the show with helping him learn English, and took the opportunity to pay back host Jimmy Fallon by helping him learn some Spanish.
The Chicago White Sox started a three-García outfield in Minnesota tonight, with Avisaíl García in right, Leury García in center, and Willy García—who was promoted to the majors today to fill in while Melky Cabrera is on paternity leave, after not being called up yesterday—in left.
Chicago White Sox minor leaguer Willy Garcia, whom the team acquired earlier this year after the Pittsburgh Pirates placed him on waivers, has been hitting very well at Triple-A Charlotte, with a .423/.559/.692 batting line. The big outfielder was even named the International League’s batter of the week. So it was no…
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Whether out of base or pure motives, the Chicago White Sox sent a game-used, autographed Gordon Beckham shoe to a Deadspin editor this weekend.
The Chicago Cubs raised the banner representing their first world championship since before World War I over Wrigley Field last night, before their game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. It rained, as God wept over the Red Sox-on-Lake Michigan coming into their full power.
Today the NFL, which is in the middle of its offseason, announced its preseason schedule, and nearly everyone involved with the game appears to have completely lost it.
Chicago White Sox home-game announcers Jason Benetti and Steve Stone are one of the better tandems in the game right now—funny, informative, and straight with viewers about just what it is they’re watching without being so straight it becomes depressing. You get the sense that takes some work at times, as when they…
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Lumbering Chicago White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia can here be observed trying to catch a ball in today’s game against the Detroit Tigers. He scored two runs today, so it comes out in the wash.
According to a report from Jon Heyman of Fanrag Sports, the Chicago White Sox are about to bolster their pitching staff with the addition of 11-year major-league veteran Mike Pelfrey:
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The Chicago White Sox, who were set to send ace pitcher José Quintana to the mound against the Detroit Tigers and their ace pitcher Justin Verlander today, failed to play, as the game was rained out.
Ace pitcher José Quintana, still a member of the Chicago White Sox, is scheduled to pitch Monday’s home opener against the Detroit Tigers.