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9/24/2016 | Amid struggles, Sox close in on milestones

Several Sox players have reached -- or are close to -- personal milestones, like pitcher Jose Quintana, who surpassed the 200-inning mark for the fourth straight season.


9/24/2016 | Eaton jolted after slamming into wall

White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton had a fairly painful depiction of his crashing into the wall during the sixth inning of Friday's 10-4 loss to the Indians, taking away extra bases from Roberto Perez in the process. "It felt like I was in an 18 mph car accident," said Eaton,


9/24/2016 | Pitching for Team USA in WBC intrigues Sale

Teammates Chris Sale and Jose Quintana could pitch against either during this upcoming Spring Training -- in the World Baseball Classic.


9/24/2016 | Rodon takes on Tomlin, Tribe in finale

Carlos Rodon, who has a 5.19 ERA in three starts vs. the Indians in 2016, gets the start in Sunday's finale for the White Sox. Cleveland goes with Josh Tomlin, who is looking for a career-best 13th win.


9/23/2016 | Eaton slams into wall after great grab, exits

Adam Eaton made a sensational catch to take extra bases away from Cleveland catcher Roberto Perez leading off the bottom of the sixth in Friday's 10-4 loss to the Indians at Progressive Field.


9/23/2016 | White Sox hoping Abreu can stay fresh

Jose Abreu started game No. 143 at first base Friday in the opener of the White Sox final 2016 road set at Progressive Field, extending his single-season career-high in the field.


9/23/2016 | Hawk, Ventura reflect on Scully's impact

Ken "Hawk" Harrelson regularly made a two-hour journey to Granger, Ind., after night games at U.S. Cellular Field when the iconic television voice of the White Sox was working both home and road games. But Harrelson often had company on those long journeys, even if nobody was in the car with him. He would pick up Vin Scully broadcasting from the West Coast on Dodgers games through his radio.


9/23/2016 | Anderson to start bullpen day vs. Quintana

Cody Anderson gets the start for Cleveland in Saturday night's contest against the White Sox at Progressive Field as the American League Central leaders try to move closer to locking up a division title. But it's more of a bullpen day for the Indians, with the right-hander set for two to three innings. Jose Quintana makes his 31st start of the season and his fifth against the Indians.


9/23/2016 | Tribe rocks Sox, trims magic number to 3

Coco Crisp pulled into second base, flexed his arms and gave an emphatic salute in the direction of the Indians' dugout. His two-out double in the fifth inning on Friday night put the Tribe ahead for good in a 10-4 romp over the White Sox and moved Cleveland one step closer to a clinching celebration.


9/21/2016 | Sale's Cy Young campaign takes a hit

Melky Cabrera lurked behind the media scrum meeting with manager Robin Ventura before the White Sox 8-3 loss to the Phillies on Wednesday as the skipper was asked who he thought offered the best competition for Chris Sale in the American League Cy Young Award race.


9/21/2016 | White Sox in way as Tribe seeks top seed

The Indians will need all the help they can get heading into October without Danny Salazar or Carlos Carrasco in their rotation. Trevor Bauer, who figures to be an anchor of the postseason staff, starts Friday against the White Sox's Miguel Gonzalez.


9/20/2016 | Teammates react to Abreu's comments

After the White Sox dropped their 14th of 19 games against Kansas City this season, Jose Abreu credited the Royals' "hunger" and "desire to win." Abreu clarified Tuesday that he was speaking only of himself -- not the team.


9/19/2016 | Abreu: White Sox need greater desire to win

Jose Abreu credited the Royals' "desire to win" and their "hunger to win games and to be good" as important traits setting them apart during three years of dominance while Abreu has been part of the White Sox.


9/19/2016 | Ventura goes distance as Royals thump Sox

There's a little life left yet in the defending World Series champions. After dropping five straight games to open a crucial homestand, pushing them to the brink of postseason contention, the Royals have bounced back with three straight wins, the latest an 8-3 triumph over the White Sox on Monday in a makeup game at Kauffman Stadium.


9/19/2016 | Sox prospects begin instructional league

Say the words "instructional league," and the name Tim Tebow probably follows close behind. While the former NFL quarterback begins his baseball career with the Mets in Florida amid much hoopla, 50 White Sox prospects went to work across the country Monday at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz.


9/19/2016 | Ventura wants to 'play for today' down stretch

With Sunday's 10-3 loss to the Royals, the White Sox officially were eliminated from American League Central title contention.


9/18/2016 | Royals, White Sox double challenge benefits KC

The White Sox and Royals had a rare double challenge during a play at second base in the second inning of Kansas City's 10-3 victory Sunday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium.


9/18/2016 | Saladino hoping to lock in at one defensive spot

The goal for Tyler Saladino is to have one primary position as an everyday starter.


9/18/2016 | Ventura, Rodon square off in AL Central rematch

Ten days ago, White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon had the better of it when he matched up against Royals' right-hander Yordano Ventura at U.S. Cellular Field. Ventura will be looking to change the script on Monday when the clubs make up a May 26 rainout, conclude a four-game set and end their season series.


9/17/2016 | Morneau hopes to return during road trip

Justin Morneau's self-described "old man neck" is getting better, and the White Sox designated hitter hopes to return to the lineup during this current nine-game road trip.


9/17/2016 | Frazier happy he helped start 8th-inning rally

Todd Frazier had a little extra motivation when facing Kelvin Herrera in the eighth inning of an eventual 7-4 White Sox victory over the Royals on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.


9/17/2016 | Duffy, Quintana to duel in Sunday matinee

Royals left-hander Danny Duffy has been dominant at home this season and the White Sox will be out to reverse that trend on Sunday.


9/17/2016 | Royals snap skid, help Yost get win No. 1,000

Ned Yost had to wait almost one week, but the Royals manager now is the proud owner of 1,000 career victories. The historic win came on Saturday night, as the Royals held on for a 3-2 victory over the White Sox before 34,805 at Kauffman Stadium.


9/16/2016 | White Sox get to celebrate for change in KC

Kauffman Stadium is the home of the defending World Series champion Royals. For the visiting White Sox, it's also referred to as the venue of the gut-punch loss. See a three-game sweep here on May 27-29 as an example.


9/16/2016 | Morneau still sidelined with neck discomfort

White Sox designated hitter Justin Morneau missed his fourth straight game on Friday due to neck discomfort, having last played in the first game of the Indians series. Manager Robin Ventura mentioned that Morneau could pinch-hit, but he's not ready to play an entire game.




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