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8/21/2014 | White Sox deal Beckham to Angels

The White Sox have traded second baseman Gordon Beckham to the Angels in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.


8/21/2014 | White Sox 2014 Draft plan starting to bear fruit

The White Sox are currently dealing with a dearth of left-handers in their bullpen, but they believe they've addressed it, although the results might not truly show for three or four years. That's the way things play out when focusing on talent development from the Draft.


8/20/2014 | White Sox venture to Bronx for weekend set

The Yankees will try to make up some ground in the standings this weekend when they host the struggling White Sox in the Bronx for a three-game set. Rookie Shane Greene and left-hander John Danks will start Friday's series opener.


8/20/2014 | Avisail finds power stroke in loss to Orioles

Avisail Garcia hit a two-run homer and drove in another run during the White Sox 4-3 loss to the Orioles on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Right-hander Hector Noesi gave up three home runs in a losing effort.


8/20/2014 | Limited number of callups to reinforce roster

The White Sox expect to call up somewhere between five to eight players when rosters expand in September. Players such as infielder Marcus Semien and catcher Josh Phegley appear to be near certainties, while other candidates would be infielder Carlos Sanchez, first baseman/designated hitter Andy Wilkins and third baseman Matt Davidson.


8/20/2014 | Rodon's September plans not yet determined

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn would not commit as to whether Carlos Rodon, the team's top pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft and the No. 3 selection overall, will be joining the team when rosters expand in September.


8/20/2014 | Prospect Johnson's season cut short by injury

Second baseman Micah Johnson, the White Sox No. 4 prospect, has been shut down for the remainder of the season with a strained left hamstring.


8/20/2014 | Eaton to start rehab assignment Thursday at Triple-A

The plan for White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton is to go to Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday and begin an injury rehab assignment for the right oblique strain that landed him on the disabled list Aug. 9.


8/20/2014 | Orioles have a sweep of White Sox in sight

Wei-Yin Chen, who will be on the mound for Baltimore in the series finale, has been exceptional in the second half. Chicago will turn to Hector Noesi as it tries to stave off the sweep.


8/19/2014 | Trouble finds Quintana late vs. Orioles

Jose Quintana cruised through five innings with one run allowed on four hits but yielded three runs on four hits in the sixth en route to a 5-1 loss to the Orioles on Tuesday night.


8/19/2014 | Hawk does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Ken "Hawk" Harrelson, the White Sox colorful television play-by-play man, took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge following the third inning of Tuesday's game between the White Sox and Orioles at U.S. Cellular Field.


8/19/2014 | Abreu's homerless streak at an end

Jose Abreu ended a drought of 77 plate appearances without a home run by connecting in the first inning on Tuesday against Baltimore's Chris Tillman, launching a 0-1 changeup 405 feet into the stands in left-center with two outs.


8/19/2014 | Relievers say they need to pitch inside more

Zach Putnam certainly doesn't want to speak for the entire bullpen, but he agrees with Matt Lindstrom's assessment following Monday night's defeat that the White Sox relievers need to pitch inside a bit more to be effective.


8/19/2014 | Lindstrom looking for better feel with pitches

Matt Lindstrom was out of Major League action from May 19 through Aug. 13 following surgery to repair a tendon sheath in his left ankle. And although he feels healthy and strong, he believes that the feel on his pitches has been missing during the struggles over his last two appearances.


8/19/2014 | White Sox supporting Jackie Robinson West

The White Sox have a direct connection to the Jackie Robinson West team from Chicago, currently taking part in the Little League World Series. Six of the players on that team also play for the White Sox Amateur City Elite baseball program. But even without that tie-in, the White Sox would be supporting a young team that seemingly has galvanized the city.


8/19/2014 | Ubaldo moved to bullpen; Gonzalez will start Sunday

The Orioles have moved the struggling Ubaldo Jimenez to the bullpen, Buck Showalter announced on Tuesday, and Miguel Gonzalez will return from the Minors to start on Sunday.


8/19/2014 | Quintana, Tillman roll into their matchup

Jose Quintana finished his most recent outing with 6 2/3 innings pitched and four runs allowed. His opponent, Chris Tillman, is also on a roll, which has proved important for the Orioles' division title hopes as they aim to hold their 7 1/2-game lead over the second-place Yankees.


8/18/2014 | Sale gives up two homers in loss to O's

Since his 2010 Major League debut in Camden Yards, when he faced two hitters and didn't retire either one, Chris Sale has had trouble with the Orioles. Those struggles continued during Monday's series opener, with the Orioles claiming an 8-2 victory at U.S. Cellular Field.


8/18/2014 | Dunn addresses possible retirement again

Adam Dunn spoke to MLB.com on Saturday about the distinct possibility that this could be the final season of his 14-year, 459-homer career. Dunn addressed that topic again on Monday to a larger group of media, echoing some of the same points.


8/18/2014 | Eaton steadily moving toward healthy return

Adam Eaton threw from 120 feet and took dry swings on Monday as part of his rehab work, and he is enthused about the progress he's made as he recovers from a strained right oblique.


8/18/2014 | Danks looking more to left for offensive success

Jordan Danks has gone 7-for-20 in his return to the White Sox, and has been going the other way more after admitting to getting a little pull-happy. He hit two singles to left and a two-run homer to left against the Blue Jays over the weekend


8/18/2014 | Beckham making a difference with his glove

Gordon Beckham has a fielding percentage of .981, which ties him for 10th among American League second basemen. But his Range Factor of 5.18 tops all AL second basemen, and he has contributed to a Major League-best 131 double plays.


8/17/2014 | Gillaspie's slam, Danks' homer in first prove crucial

The White Sox scored six runs in the first inning against Toronto starter Drew Hutchison on Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field and held on for a 7-5 victory to pick up the series win.


8/17/2014 | Garcia shows enthusiasm in return

Avisail Garcia said he's humbled and hungry after sustaining the first major injury in his baseball career, a torn labrum and avulsion fracture in his left shoulder suffered when diving for a fly ball in Colorado on April 9.


8/17/2014 | Ventura not ruling out Rodon callup

White Sox manager Robin Ventura didn't rule out the prospect of Carlos Rodon, Chicago's top pick and third selection overall in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, making his way to the Majors by season's end.




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