7/28/2016 | 4 outs, far out: Chapmania at Wrigley!
Aroldis Chapman got the final four outs for his first save with the Cubs, and John Lackey outdueled Chris Sale on Thursday night to end the intracity series in a split decision, with each team able to brag that they defended home turf.
7/28/2016 | Pipeline preview: Reid-Foley on a roll
Here's a look at top prospects to watch in Friday's Minor League action.
7/28/2016 | Quintana, Nolasco open series in Minnesota
The White Sox and Twins return to American League Central action on Friday evening with a 7:10 CT first pitch at Target Field.
7/28/2016 | Fulmer atop White Sox prospects list
Carson Fulmer still sits at No. 1 among White Sox prospects, but the 2016 Draft class is also generating buzz. MLBPipeline.com's newest Top 100 prospects overall and the Top 30 for the White Sox, released on Thursday, show the newest selections made quite an impact.
7/28/2016 | Ventura keeps focus on field, off trade winds
Robin Ventura doesn't want to see anyone from this White Sox team depart before the non-waiver Trade Deadline on Monday. And to be honest, the White Sox manager doesn't think anything is going to happen.
7/28/2016 | Ranaudo the first AL pitcher to homer in 2016
Eight runs scored by the Cubs over the last three innings Wednesday night at Wrigley Field gave the North Siders their first victory in three games against the White Sox this season. But in the 8-1 defeat, Anthony Ranaudo's White Sox debut stood as one of night's main stories.
7/27/2016 | Sale returns from suspension to face Cubs
Chris Sale returns to the mound from a five-game suspension Thursday night at Wrigley Field, facing a Cubs team he notched 15 strikeouts against over seven innings while allowing one Dexter Fowler single in a victory last Aug. 16. The Cubs counter with John Lackey.
7/27/2016 | Saladino, Sanchez to share 2B in Lawrie's absence
Tyler Saladino started at second base again Wednesday, but White Sox manager Robin Ventura won't commit to Saladino being there most of the time in Brett Lawrie's absence. Lawrie was placed on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to July 22) with a strained left hamstring. Infielder Carlos Sanchez was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte.
7/27/2016 | Robertson, Frazier not worrying about trade noise
David Robertson has established a nice home for his family in a Chicago neighborhood 20 minutes away from U.S. Cellular Field. If the White Sox closer had a preference, they would stay in that home the rest of the 2016 season and for the remainder of his four-year, $46 million deal agreed upon with the team prior to the 2015 season. But as the veteran hurler well knows, he doesn't have a say.
7/27/2016 | Cubs power up with 3 HRs to surge past Sox
Kris Bryant hit a solo homer in the sixth, Javier Baez smacked a tiebreaking two-run blast in the seventh and Addison Russell added his first career grand slam in the eighth to lift the Cubs to an 8-1 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday in the third game of a four-game Interleague series.
7/27/2016 | Pipeline preview: Fowler carries hot bat into matchup
Here's a look at top prospects to watch Thursday in Minor League action.
7/27/2016 | White Sox place Lawrie on disabled list
White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie was placed on the disabled list prior to Wednesday's game at Wrigley Field.
7/27/2016 | Shields providing Sox with quality assurance
James Shields receives an A for his stellar pitching performance during the White Sox 3-0 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. But he earned an A+ for perspective after throwing 7 2/3 innings with 117 pitches against the National League Central leaders.
7/27/2016 | Williams, Schebler among top prospect performers Tuesday
Rays No. 13 prospect Justin Williams was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Tuesday.
7/26/2016 | White Sox, Cubs shift crosstown battle to Wrigley
The Cubs-White Sox Interleague series shifts to Wrigley Field on Wednesday, with Jason Hammel facing Anthony Ranaudo, who will be making his White Sox debut. The Sox won both games during the South Side portion of the crosstown battle.
7/26/2016 | Shields shapes White Sox shutout of Cubs
James Shields produced his sixth straight quality start and received a little offensive support from the White Sox, for a change, during a 3-0 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox swept the South Side portion of this crosstown battle, doing so in front of 39,593 for their fourth straight victory, moving back to .500 at 50-50. The Cubs, who are 12-20 in their last 32 games, fell to 59-40.
7/26/2016 | White Sox could be both buyers and sellers
The White Sox have a possibility of becoming buyers and sellers as Monday's non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches. And the buying portion of that idea focuses well beyond helping the team win in 2016.
7/26/2016 | Rodon returns to White Sox after rehab start
Carlos Rodon returned to the White Sox on Tuesday after a one-start Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Charlotte in Louisville. The left-hander struck out three and walked two over 3 2/3 innings, allowing two earned runs on five hits while testing a sprained left wrist that put him on the disabled list July 9.
7/26/2016 | Third straight walk-off fuels White Sox mojo
At eight games back of Cleveland in the American League Central and 6 1/2 games behind the Blue Jays for the AL's second Wild Card slot, the White Sox certainly have their fair share of work ahead.
7/26/2016 | Chapman joins Cubs for crosstown rivalry series
The Cubs will unveil their new closer on Tuesday when Aroldis Chapman arrives, just in time to face the crosstown White Sox.
7/25/2016 | White Sox answer Cubs' rally with walk-off
The White Sox won Round 1 of the 2016 Crosstown Cup in walk-off fashion, 5-4, Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It was the third straight win overall for the South Siders, who lost a four-run lead but won it on Tyler Saladino's single to center to score J.B. Shuck, who singled to open the frame. It was also the White Sox third straight walk-off victory.
7/25/2016 | Sale hopes to keep focus on winning
Chris Sale doesn't want to be traded -- and doesn't believe he will be -- in the wake of Saturday night's pregame outburst that resulted in him being scratched from his start that evening and then suspended five games by the White Sox.
7/25/2016 | White Sox recall Ranaudo for Wednesday start
The White Sox made a change to their rotation, naming Anthony Ranaudo as the starter Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, replacing Jacob Turner.
7/25/2016 | Melky robs Bryant of HR with riveting catch
White Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera got the Crosstown Cup series off to a riveting start on Monday night, scaling the wall in left field in the first inning to take away a home run from the Cubs' Kris Bryant.
7/24/2016 | Quintana's gem couldn't come at better time
Jose Quintana's 6 2/3 scoreless innings in Sunday's 5-4 win in the finale with the Tigers were also just what the White Sox needed in the finale of a rain-soaked, adversity-riddled four-game series against the Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field.
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