White Sox News

  • Semien's slam sparks White Sox comeback

    Marcus Semien hit a grand slam in the seventh inning to lift the White Sox to a 6-4 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park on Wednesday night. Andre Rienzo worked 6 1/3 for the victory, and Jose Abreu homered for the second straight night.

  • Sale doesn't foresee changes to repertoire

    Despite being on the disabled list for the first time in his career, White Sox left-hander Chris Sale doesn't believe his pitching repertoire has to drastically change for health reasons.

  • Dunn appreciates 500 HRs, Pujols' legacy

    White Sox slugger Adam Dunn called Albert Pujols, who hit a pair of home runs Tuesday night to become a member of the 500 home run club "one of the best players of our generation, if not ever."

  • Putnam 'calms waters' in White Sox bullpen

    When Zack Putnam was growing up in Ann Arbor, Mich., he counted the Tigers as his favorite baseball team. But the White Sox right-hander had no trouble setting a personal high with four strikeouts Tuesday night against that one-time favorite.

  • Konerko's part-time role is not an easy one

    White Sox manager Robin Ventura thinks Paul Konerko is handling his part-time role, but knows that Konerko wants to get better at it.

  • Sale upbeat after initial diagnosis

    White Sox left-hander Chris Sale was officially placed on the disabled list for the first time in his career on Tuesday with a flexor muscle strain just above his left elbow.

  • Leesman's short debut trouble for White Sox

    Charlie Leesman's 2014 debut lasted all of 2 2/3 innings after allowing six runs on nine hits and a walk to the Tigers in an 8-6 loss at Comerica Park on Tuesday night. Jose Abreu homered against Justin Verlander in the first inning, and Dayan Viciedo had a career-high four hits.

  • White Sox bullpen rounding into shape

    The White Sox bullpen is slowly but surely coming together after several relievers missed time during Spring Training.

  • White Sox CF Eaton using brace to aid knee

    On Tuesday, White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton ran stairs, did some lunges and even ran some incline, during which everything went well. He declared himself at 95 percent, but still missed a third straight game because of the injury.

  • White Sox Gillaspie sits with sore left hand

    Third baseman Conor Gillaspie was out of Tuesday's White Sox lineup against Justin Verlander and the Tigers and most likely will miss Wednesday's contest because of a sore left hand.

  • Ventura won't rely solely on pitch counts

    White Sox manager Robin Ventura won't shy away from using Chris Sale or his other starters in a slightly elevated pitch count again, depending on the situation and how the given pitcher is feeling.

  • Danks pitches White Sox past Tigers

    John Danks allowed one run over over 6 1/3 innings in a duel with Detroit's Anibal Sanchez, and the White Sox tallied three runs in a review-filled seventh inning to secure a 3-1 victory over the Tigers on Monday in the opener of a four-game set at Comerica Park.

  • Sale placed on DL with flexor muscle strain

    Left-hander Chris Sale, who threw a career-high 127 pitches against Boston on Thursday, was placed the 15-day disabled list with a flexor muscle strain.

  • Two reviews go in White Sox favor in seventh

    After White Sox manager Robin Ventura lost a fourth-inning challenge, Chicago benefited from two reviews during a seventh-inning rally at Comerica Park.

  • Patience helps Viciedo thrive with White Sox

    White Sox outfielder Dayan Viciedo entered Monday's series opener in Detroit with a .321 average based largely on his newfound patience at bat.

  • Eaton antsy to get back in White Sox lineup

    White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton, who missed Sunday and Monday with a left hamstring injury that forced him to depart after the top of the fifth inning Saturday, will test the problem on Tuesday to see where he stands.

  • New approach helping White Sox offense

    The White Sox have already seen dramatic results their "selectively aggressive" offensive approach.

  • White Sox turn up the power against Rangers

    Walking the leadoff hitter in four straight innings certainly isn't a conducive recipe for success on most afternoons or evenings at the ballpark. But that exact formula worked for White Sox starter Erik Johnson during an 16-2 victory over the Rangers in Sunday afternoon's series finale at Globe Life Park.