3/29/2015 | Danks complimented by comparison with old pal Buehrle
John Danks wants to make one point perfectly clear. It's an honor when people talk about the White Sox hurler needing to pitch like Mark Buehrle, meaning he should make much more with less -- velocity, in particular.
3/29/2015 | Johnson has edge in second-base competition
Micah Johnson "appears to be the guy" at second base for the White Sox to start the 2015 season, per comments made by Robin Ventura on Sunday. But nothing is set in stone with five Cactus League games remaining.
3/29/2015 | Robertson throws sharp inning in return to mound
David Robertson threw a scoreless inning of relief during the White Sox 4-1 victory over the Indians Sunday at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/29/2015 | Drabek throws bullpen session on first day in White Sox camp
Kyle Drabek's first bullpen was thrown Sunday morning, with general manager Rick Hahn, executive vice president Ken Williams, manager Robin Ventura and pitching coach Don Cooper among those watching.
3/29/2015 | Johnson, Flowers, Kottaras lead offense with flurry of doubles
Micah Johnson and Tyler Flowers had two hits each and George Kottaras had a two-run double as the White Sox beat the Indians 4-1 Sunday at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/28/2015 | Semien faces White Sox, praises good friend Johnson
Marcus Semien and Micah Johnson are no longer teammates, but their bond of friendship certainly hasn't been broken by Semien's move to Oakland.
3/28/2015 | White Sox not concerned about two key bullpen members
David Robertson is scheduled to throw during Sunday's Cactus League action and Jake Petricka did some light tossing before Saturday's 10-4 loss to the A's, so the worry level remains low over two integral parts of the White Sox bullpen.
3/28/2015 | White Sox option Webb, reassign Phillips
The White Sox made their latest round of cuts Saturday, optioning right-hander Daniel Webb to Triple-A Charlotte and reassigning left-hander Zach Phillips to Minor League camp.
3/28/2015 | Williams remains optimistic for White Sox season
Ken Williams has put forth the following statement concerning the 2015 White Sox somewhere around 10 times since SoxFest: He's about as excited to see this present group play together as any other team with which he's been involved.
3/28/2015 | Viola III trying to break into Majors as knuckleballer
Frank Viola III, a 29th-round selection of the White Sox in the 2004 First-Year Player Draft, looked as if he had left baseball behind following the '10 season spent in the Independent League. But Viola hopes to use a new knuckleball to make a comeback.
3/28/2015 | Quintana powers through, locks down A's after first
Jose Quintana pitched brilliantly over six innings, allowing just one run, but the White Sox came away with a 10-4 loss against the A's on Saturday at Camelback Ranch.
3/27/2015 | White Sox make waiver claim on righty Drabek
The White Sox claimed right-handed pitcher Kyle Drabek off waivers from the Blue Jays on Friday and placed right-hander Nate Jones on the 60-day disabled list.
3/27/2015 | White Sox want Rodon to be 'complete product' in debut
The prevailing school of thought concerning Carlos Rodon and breaking camp with the White Sox is that once he arrives in the Major Leagues, he's there to stay. Comments from manager Robin Ventura on Friday did nothing to change that point of view.
3/27/2015 | Former team, four homers don't faze Samardzija
Friday's contest against the Cubs was going to have a different feel for Jeff Samardzija, simply because it was played at Sloan Park as part of the Cactus League schedule. But what was looked at as just another preparatory day by the White Sox Opening Day starter did have a slightly different feel for the 30-year-old who spent parts of seven seasons on the North Side.
3/27/2015 | 'Athletic' Sale makes progress during simulated game
Sale threw to five hitters, mixed in all his pitches and made a quick-reaction catch to "double-off" an imaginary runner at first near the end of his simulated game on Friday at Camelback Ranch.
3/27/2015 | Two blasts not enough to support Shark vs. Cubs
Tyler Flowers and Melky Cabrera homered and Jeff Samardzija struck out nine Cubs, but the White Sox starter allowed four homers to his former team in a 6-3 loss on Friday at Sloan Park.
3/26/2015 | Gillaspie confident plantar fasciitis is under control
Third baseman Conor Gillaspie believes his plantar fasciitis is under control with the help of the White Sox training staff.
3/26/2015 | Rodon could be game-changer for White Sox
Ah, so this is why the White Sox have been so mysterious through the years.
3/26/2015 | LaRoche happy to have Thome as mentor
Adam LaRoche saw plenty of reasons to sign with the White Sox this offseason, and Jim Thome played more than a small part in the free agent's decision.
3/26/2015 | Samardzija eager to get season started on right foot
Jeff Samardzija, like all baseball fans, senses the excitement surrounding Opening Day, and he's thrilled to carry the honor of being named the White Sox starter for the season opener on April 6 in Kansas City.
3/26/2015 | Robertson managing soreness in right forearm
White Sox closer David Robertson is trying to work through some soreness in his right forearm as the final days of camp draw near.
3/26/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from White Sox camp
MLBPipeline.com's Jonathan Mayo weighs in on camp standouts like Courtney Hawkins, and he examines other breakout candidates.
3/26/2015 | Jirscheles enjoy seeing each other from across the diamond
Royals third-base coach Mike Jirschele and his son, Justin, a White Sox Minor Leaguer, exchanged lineup cards Wednesday night and saw each other from opposing dugouts.
3/26/2015 | Rodon, Austin don't miss a beat in reunion
Carlos Rodon and Brett Austin were roommates and teammates in college, so when they formed the White Sox battery on Wednesday night against the Royals, there was a familiarity that came through in their outstanding performance.
3/26/2015 | Rodon showcases nasty stuff, strikes out 9 Royals
Carlos Rodon, the club's top prospect, struck out nine over four scoreless innings as the White Sox silenced the Royals for a 6-0 spring victory Wednesday night at Surprise Stadium. Avisail Garcia contributed a solo home run and Keon Barnum added a three-run shot.
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