White Sox News

  • Sale K's 10, but White Sox edged by Boston

    David Ross doubled home the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth off White Sox reliever Ronald Belisario in a game dominated by pitching to give the Red Sox a 3-1 win and a series victory on Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

  • Alexei sets White Sox record with streak

    With his single in the ninth inning on Thursday, Alexei Ramirez set a franchise record for a hitting streak to start a season at 16 games, passing White Sox icon Frank Thomas.

  • White Sox call up Putnam, designate Veal

    The White Sox purchased the contract of Zach Putnam from Triple-A Charlotte and designated left-hander Donnie Veal for assignment.

  • Abreu out of White Sox lineup for first time

    White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu is mired in a 1-for-20 slump, and he was given the day off for the first time this season.

  • White Sox have had Rangers' number

    The White Sox haven't lost a season series to the Rangers since 2010, and the two teams will square off for the first time this season on Friday at Globe Life Park.

  • Danks-Nieto battery is clicking for White Sox

    John Danks tossed six innings of one-run ball Wednesday with backup catcher Adrian Nieto behind the plate. Nieto has caught all three of Danks' starts, and the pairing has provided positive returns so far, as all three of Danks' starts have been quality starts.

  • Rogers: Ventura plays it smart

    As the late Jim Fregosi used to say, sometimes you have to learn how to lose a game. White Sox manager Robin Ventura has passed that course. Ventura took one for his team on Wednesday night, when he wound up using infielder Leury Garcia as a pitcher in a game that was tied at 4 in the 14th inning.

  • Bullpen springs late leak in White Sox loss

    In the end, it came down a position player trying to keep the game alive for the White Sox. Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a two-run double off utility infielder Leury Garcia in the 14th inning as the Red Sox beat the White Sox, 6-4, on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

  • Despite taking loss, Garcia savors pitching experience

    Leury Garcia, a utility infielder, came out to start the 14th inning of the Red Sox's 6-4 victory at U.S. Cellular Field. He took the loss by allowing a two-run double to Jackie Bradley Jr. and his career ERA is now 18.00, but it's an experience he'll never forget.

  • Semien showing patience at plate

    Marcus Semien's patience at the plate directly contributed to a White Sox victory Tuesday.

  • Alexei homers to push hitting streak to 15 games

    Given the length of the White Sox 6-4, 14-inning loss to the Red Sox on Wednesday night, it's easy to forget history was made in the sixth inning.

  • Steverson taking success in stride

    The White Sox entered Wednesday's contest leading the Major Leagues in runs per game (5.86) and ranked No. 1 in the American League in average (.276), OPS (.803), slugging percentage (.450) and on-base percentage (.353). They also stood second with 19 home runs.

  • Konerko handling life in reserve

    Count Red Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski as another person happy to see Paul Konerko, his friend and teammate of eight seasons, go out on his own terms. It's just strange for Pierzynski to see the White Sox captain with only one start and eight at-bats entering Wednesday.

  • Johnson's adjustments pay dividends for White Sox

    Even beyond Erik Johnson's career-high nine strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings in Tuesday's no-decision, the right-hander looked like a different pitcher.

  • Big chill: Alexei motors home on walk-off error

    Alexei Ramirez scored the game-winning run on a throwing error by Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts as the Chicago White Sox won their second consecutive game on a game-ending play, 2-1, Tuesday night at U.S Cellular Field.

  • Reinsdorf extols Jackie's influence in game

    On the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's breaking of the color barrier in Major League Baseball, White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf recalled that the biggest question on April 15, 1947, was not the color of Robinson's skin, but rather: Could he play?

  • White Sox honored to don No. 42 on backs

    The White Sox jersey No. 5 usually can be seen just below the name Semien when the second baseman has taken the field this season. But Marcus Semien was honored to switch to No. 42 on Tuesday, just as did everyone across baseball, as part of Jackie Robinson Day.

  • Avisail has successful shoulder surgery

    Avisail Garcia underwent successful surgery Tuesday morning at Rush Oak Park Hospital to repair a torn labrum and avulsion fracture in his left shoulder.