Remaining Optimistic About Yoan Moncada

The 2018 season for the Chicago White Sox season has been one to forget, and the same thing can be said for former top prospect Yoan Moncada. Moncada, who came to Chicago from the Boston Red Sox in the massive December 2016 Chris Sale trade, entered the season with lofty expectations in his first fullContinue reading “Remaining Optimistic About Yoan Moncada”

White Sox OF Prospect Luis Robert out 10 Weeks With Sprained Thumb

Chicago White Sox outfield prospect Luis Robert is set to miss the next 10 weeks because of sprained left thumb ligament, per an official announcement from the team on Saturday. Robert sustained the injury during the White Sox’s spring training game on Wednesday against the Cincinnati Reds after sliding into second base. The left handContinue reading “White Sox OF Prospect Luis Robert out 10 Weeks With Sprained Thumb”

White Sox Officially Promote RHP Reynaldo Lopez

The Chicago White Sox are continuing to turn their eyes towards the future, as the team has officially called up right-handed pitching prospect Reynaldo Lopez. Lopez will join the White Sox rotation in-place of veteran right hander Mike Pelfrey, who will be moving to the bullpen and will be available to pitch out of theContinue reading “White Sox Officially Promote RHP Reynaldo Lopez”

White Sox, SS Tim Anderson Agree to Six-Year, $25M Extension

The Chicago White Sox and shortstop Tim Anderson have agreed to terms on a six-year, $25 million contract extension, according to an official press release from the team on Tuesday. This extension includes two club contract options for the White Sox that can keep Anderson in Chicago all the way until 2024. If the White SoxContinue reading “White Sox, SS Tim Anderson Agree to Six-Year, $25M Extension”

Report: White Sox Asking Price in Chris Sale Trade Talks Has Risen

Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale will remain on the trade market this winter as one of the top pitchers on the trade market. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that the White Sox’s asking price in a trade for Sale remains high, and it may be even higher than it was in the summer beforeContinue reading “Report: White Sox Asking Price in Chris Sale Trade Talks Has Risen”

Rick Renteria Named White Sox Manager Following Robin Ventura’s Resignation

Rick Renteria has once again found himself the manager of a Major League team in Chicago, as he will take over as the 40th manager in Chicago White Sox history after Robin Ventura resigned from the position yesterday. The White Sox released the following statement on the hiring of Renteria: Rick Renteria has been namedContinue reading “Rick Renteria Named White Sox Manager Following Robin Ventura’s Resignation”

White Sox Suspend Ace Chris Sale Five Games Following Uniform Incident

Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale has been suspended for five games by the club due to a clubhouse incident that took place yesterday before Sale was scheduled to start versus the Detroit Tigers. Here’s the team’s official statement on Sale’s suspension: The #WhiteSox have suspended pitcher Chris Sale for five days after yesterday's clubhouse incident:Continue reading “White Sox Suspend Ace Chris Sale Five Games Following Uniform Incident”

White Sox Sign Three-Time All-Star SS Jimmy Rollins

Jimmy Rollins will always be remembered as a Phillie great. He was with the team for 14 years before they entered a rebuilding process that saw J-Roll go to the Dodgers, and now to the Chicago White Sox, per Dan Haynes of CSN Chicago. Rollins, who turned 37 in November, batted .224/.285/.458 over 144 gamesContinue reading “White Sox Sign Three-Time All-Star SS Jimmy Rollins”

Sources: White Sox, RHP Mat Latos Agree to One-Year Deal

Mat Latos had himself a 2015 to forget, causing him to be without a job until today, as he and the Chicago White Sox have reportedly agreed to a one-year $3 million deal. Mat Latos has agreed to a deal with the #whitesox — Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) February 9, 2016 Latos had a 4.95 earnedContinue reading “Sources: White Sox, RHP Mat Latos Agree to One-Year Deal”

Carlos Rodon Won’t Make Next Start vs. A’s Due to Innings Limit

The White Sox want to keep their future as bright as they can, and they’re going to start by protecting one of their most valuable assets in Carlos Rodon by skipping his upcoming start in the White Sox series versus the Athletics, set to begin on Monday. Per CSN Chicago: White Sox manager Robin VenturaContinue reading “Carlos Rodon Won’t Make Next Start vs. A’s Due to Innings Limit”

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