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7/27/2015 | White Sox take on Red Sox seeking sixth straight win

Jeff Samardzija, who has been the subject of trade speculation, and Wade Miley are the scheduled starters for the White Sox and Red Sox, respectively, for Tuesday's matchup at Fenway Park.


7/27/2015 | White Sox outdo Red Sox in Fenway slugfest

The White Sox came out swinging on Monday night at Fenway Park and never really stopped, notching a 10-8 victory over the Red Sox in the opener of a three-game series.


7/27/2015 | Slumping LaRoche to sit out two games

Adam LaRoche will sit for the first two games of this four-game Boston set, as the designated hitter tries to work his way out of a season-long slump that hit somewhat of a low point during the four-game weekend series in Cleveland.


7/27/2015 | Samardzija deflects uncertainty ahead of start

The White Sox schedule for Tuesday lists Jeff Samardzija as their starting pitcher, going against Boston's Wade Miley. As far as the right-hander and White Sox manager Robin Ventura have been informed, Samardzija will be making that start at Fenway Park.


7/26/2015 | Limiting free passes key to White Sox run

The first rule of White Sox starting pitchers not allowing a walk over five straight games is you don't talk about White Sox starting pitchers not allowing a walk over five straight games. That point was made clear by a smiling manager Robin Ventura after his team completed a four-game road sweep of the Indians with a 2-1 victory Sunday.


7/26/2015 | Momentum brightens clubhouse atmosphere

The White Sox are only asking one question after their four-game sweep of the Indians this weekend at Progressive Field. "Why not us?"


7/26/2015 | White-hot Sox head to Fenway to face Red Sox

Tyler Saladino has been up in the Majors for 13 games, starting every one. The rookie already had the chance to take part in the Cubs/White Sox rivalry at historic Wrigley Field, and will get to experience another piece of baseball history when he travels to Fenway Park on Monday for the start of a four-game series between the White Sox, who have won four straight games, and Red Sox.


7/26/2015 | White Sox finish 4-game road sweep of Tribe

White Sox rookie Carlos Rodon produced perhaps the most impressive start of his young career, helping the White Sox complete their first four-game sweep on the road since 2007 with a 2-1 victory over the Indians at Progressive Field on Sunday afternoon.


7/26/2015 | Avisail yet to unleash power potential

When people outside the White Sox organization assess what the team needs to be competitive in the short term and in the bigger picture, sometimes a right fielder is included on that list.


7/25/2015 | Hot streak gives White Sox plenty to ponder

Manager Robin Ventura was enjoying some celebratory broccoli as part of his dinner following a 10-3 White Sox victory over the Indians on Saturday night, when he was casually asked if his team was "still in it."


7/25/2015 | White Sox seek 4-game road sweep of struggling Indians

Rookie Carlos Rodon takes the mound Sunday afternoon trying to lead the South Siders to a four-game weekend sweep of the host Indians and right-hander Danny Salazar.


7/25/2015 | Meeting spurred Alexei's resurgence

White Sox manager Robin Ventura did not go into detail about a private meeting with Alexei Ramirez held in Detroit at the end of June. But based on Ramirez's July turnaround, hitting .333 with two homers and eight RBIs and playing great defense, what was said to the shortstop seemed to resonate.


7/25/2015 | E. Johnson a promising option if Shark dealt

Preparing for all possible situations at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline is nothing new for the White Sox and pitching coach Don Cooper.


7/25/2015 | Sale, Carrasco match up at Progressive Field

White Sox left-hander Chris Sale will face off against Indians righty Carlos Carrasco on Saturday night in a showdown between two of the game's most exciting young pitchers.


7/24/2015 | Complete game breaks in Quintana's favor

The first complete game of Jose Quintana's career also just happened to be Quintana's first career shutout. They came Friday night at Progressive Field during a 6-0 White Sox victory over the Indians.


7/24/2015 | Alexei adding value with slick glove, hot bat

The Alexei Ramirez on display for the past month certainly has some trade value to any team looking for a quality veteran shortstop or second-base upgrade before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.


7/24/2015 | White Sox instructor hit by line drive during BP

White Sox pregame instructor Luis Sierra was struck by a line drive above the right eye during early batting practice Friday afternoon at Progressive Field. Sierra sustained two orbital fractures and a torn retina and will be staying overnight in a local hospital before having surgery on Saturday.


7/24/2015 | Speculation rampant as Deadline approaches

There aren't many topics that would surprise Robin Ventura during his daily pregame session with the media. Hearing about a tweet from talk show legend Larry King involving his team might have done just that for the White Sox manager prior to Friday's game.


7/24/2015 | Sale wants to be South Side cornerstone

Chris Sale has his sights set on becoming Paul Konerko, Derek Jeter or Cal Ripken Jr. In an interview Friday with MLB.com, Sale made it clear that he wants to mean as much to the White Sox organization as those other players did to the White Sox, Yankees and Orioles, respectively.


7/24/2015 | White Sox deal Gillaspie to Angels for cash

The White Sox traded Conor Gillaspie to the Angels in exchange for cash considerations, the teams announced Friday.


7/23/2015 | Offensive outburst a reminder of lineup's potency

Remember all those years the White Sox were considered too home run reliant as an offense? After hitting a season-high four as a team in an 8-1 victory over the Indians on Thursday at Progressive Field, the South Siders would long for that problem once again.


7/23/2015 | As rumors swirl, Samardzija keeps his focus

There are some who believe Jeff Samardzija increased his trade value via a stellar eight-inning performance during the White Sox 8-1 victory over the Indians Thursday night at Progressive Field.


7/23/2015 | Soto hitting his way to more playing time

According to White Sox manager Robin Ventura, Tyler Flowers remains the team's starting catcher. But with four homers in his last 11 starts, Geovany Soto has earned more playing time behind the plate.


7/23/2015 | Sanchez continues to improve on offense

Carlos Sanchez entered Thursday's series opener against the Indians hitting .200, which is not an average he aspires to achieve or one that shows anywhere close to his capabilities. But considering that the 23-year-old switch-hitter was batting .162 as recently as July 6 and .141 on June 20, it's a sign that Sanchez once again has found something that works for him at the plate.


7/23/2015 | Quintana looks to outduel Indians' ace Kluber

Indians right-hander Corey Kluber (5-10, 3.38 ERA) will face off against White Sox lefty Jose Quintana (4-9, 3.83 ERA) on Friday in the second game of a four-game set in Cleveland.




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