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9/3/2015 | Shark clamps down following slam to earn win

Give Jeff Samardzija credit for never losing confidence. That belief in himself wasn't shaken by a rough 0-6 August or by having an overall ERA near 5.00 going into free agency -- or even by giving up Eddie Rosario's third-inning grand slam on Thursday afternoon at Target Field.


9/3/2015 | Jones wins Round 2 vs. Sano after escaping jam

With the Twins trailing by two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Target Field crowd suddenly came alive Thursday afternoon with rookie sensation Miguel Sano up representing the tying run. But White Sox reliever Nate Jones retired Sano to cap a sensational relief effort.


9/3/2015 | White Sox to open series vs. first-place Royals

John Danks will be in search of his 10th career victory vs. the Royals on Friday as the White Sox begin a three-game series in Kansas City, which will send Kris Medlen to the hill.


9/3/2015 | Johnson to start Sunday as Sale pushed back

Erik Johnson will start for the White Sox in Sunday's series finale at Kauffman Stadium, while Chris Sale moves back to a Labor Day afternoon home start against the Indians as announced by manager Robin Ventura on Thursday.


9/2/2015 | White Sox arms of the future up to the task vs. Sano

For Carlos Rodon and Frankie Montas, two of the standout arms the White Sox future is based upon, their potential was on display in a their approach vs. Twins slugger Miguel Sano


9/2/2015 | Montas returns with a much-improved slider

When Frankie Montas' mound repertoire gets talked about, a fastball touching 100 mph immediately draws the focus. But the right-hander believes that his slider now can be thought of as just as good as that explosive fastball.


9/2/2015 | Back at short, Saladino looks to find niche with Sox

Tyler Saladino made his second start at shortstop for the White Sox Wednesday night at Target Field, giving Alexei Ramirez a rare night off. Saladino has primarily played shortstop throughout his Minor League career, although he has held steady this season as the White Sox third baseman for 44 games.


9/2/2015 | Sano's HR sends Milone, Twins to victory

Miguel Sano hit his 15th home run of the season, a solo shot in the second inning, and Trevor Plouffe doubled with the bases loaded in the seventh to provide starter Tommy Milone all the run support he needed in the Twins' 3-0 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday.


9/2/2015 | Twins continue playoff push vs. Samardzija, Sox

Jeff Samardzija will look to get back on track in his first September start, facing a team he has pitched relatively well against this season in Minnesota.


9/2/2015 | Sale equals Unit with 13th 10-K start of '15

Chris Sale continues to have a special individual season that might ultimately get overshadowed by the team's overall disappointing performance.


9/2/2015 | Twins look to start 'Septober' run against White Sox

Shortly before kicking off their series against the White Sox on Tuesday, Twins players were sporting new shirts. "We own Septober," read Miguel Sano's new shirt. Right fielder Torii Hunter's said "In Minnesota, it's called Septober."


9/1/2015 | Robertson undeterred by waiver claim reports

David Robertson received a few texts Monday afternoon after national reports broke that the Yankees had been awarded a waiver claim on the White Sox closer.


9/1/2015 | Hawkins headlines Arizona Fall League contingent

Courtney Hawkins, the White Sox No. 9 prospect, per MLB.com, and 13th pick in the 2012 Draft, sits at the top of the list of the organization's Arizona Fall League representatives announced on Tuesday.


9/1/2015 | Johnson among first four White Sox callups

The White Sox recalled right-handed pitcher Erik Johnson, catcher Rob Brantly and infielder Leury Garcia from Triple-A Charlotte and right-hander Frankie Montas from Double-A Birmingham as rosters were expanded on Tuesday.


9/1/2015 | Fall League rosters packed with elite prospects

Philadelphia's J.P. Crawford, St. Louis' Alex Reyes and Pittsburgh's Austin Meadows are among nine Top 100 Prospects on the preliminary 2015 rosters released by the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday.