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It's gut check time for White Sox without TA

Club describes 'fighting mindset' for life without Anderson after win in Game 2 of twin bill
11:58 PM CDT

KANSAS CITY -- Between games of Tuesday’s doubleheader, the White Sox announced that All-Star shortstop Tim Anderson would be out approximately six weeks and will require left hand surgery. It wasn’t pleasant news at all, but the White Sox rallied around two youngsters and played a solid nightcap to defeat

Tim Anderson out 6 weeks with ligament tear in finger

White Sox star shortstop to have surgery Thursday in Chicago
August 9, 2022

KANSAS CITY -- White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson will undergo surgery and is expected to miss approximately six weeks because of a tear in his left middle finger, the club announced between games of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Royals. Anderson suffered the injury on a check swing during his ninth-inning

Injuries & Moves: Reliever López activated off IL

August 9, 2022

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This ‘special’ game will be difficult to top

August 9, 2022

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Cease's sublime 'stache no match for his arm

August 8, 2022

CHICAGO -- Let’s talk about Dylan Cease, but not just about the sheer mound dominance shown by the White Sox right-hander. You’ve seen one 26-year-old possessing a wipeout slider as good as any in the game and a fastball capable of hitting 100 mph, and you’ve seen them all, right?

With patient approach, White Sox finally pounce

August 7, 2022

ARLINGTON -- Tony La Russa finished his pregame managerial interview session Sunday morning by strongly suggesting the White Sox “get even” to close out this four-game set against the Rangers before leaving Globe Life Field. Not only did the White Sox follow their manager’s instructions with an 8-2 victory, but

Sox pitching prospect turns impressive DP

August 9, 2022

The notion that pitchers aren't athletes has been debunked more times than one can count, but if any more evidence to the contrary was needed, Bowen Plagge of the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers provided yet another example on Sunday. Plagge, a 24-year-old right-handed reliever for the White Sox Single-A affiliate, found

Gonzalez makes Prospect Team of the Week

August 8, 2022

The Angels made moves at the Trade Deadline to try to reshape their farm system, and the biggest of those added a new top prospect to the organization in catcher Logan O'Hoppe, acquired from the Phillies. The Halos have another impressive prospect down the chain in that position, though, in

Each team's biggest question after Trade Deadline

August 8, 2022

There were so many questions heading into this year's Trade Deadline on Aug. 2. Many of them were answered, including the biggest: Where would superstar outfielder Juan Soto end up? But just as there were burning questions going into the Deadline, there are many burning questions coming out of the

White Sox still seeking cure for inconsistency

August 6, 2022

ARLINGTON – The only positive for the White Sox to take away from an 8-0 loss to the Rangers Saturday night is that Globe Life Field has a retractable roof and the visitors didn’t have to play in the searing 99 degree heat of Arlington. Otherwise, it was a fairly

Céspedes has second multihomer game of the season

August 6, 2022

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Lucky 13: Cease's stingy streak makes MLB history

August 6, 2022

ARLINGTON – The 2-1 White Sox victory over the Rangers Friday night at Globe Life Field was a game featuring a couple of pitching milestones for the visitors. Dylan Cease, who allowed one run over six innings, recorded his 13th straight start allowing one earned run or less. He became

Cueto sharp (again) in CG, but bats quiet in Texas

August 5, 2022

ARLINGTON -- White Sox manager Tony La Russa discussed his team’s 3-2 setback to the Rangers for a few minutes following the Thursday night opener of this four-game set at Globe Life Field. But La Russa really only needed his final two words to describe a rather nondescript contest. “Tough

Abreu named a Heart and Hustle Award nominee

August 4, 2022

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) is pleased to announce the 30 preliminary winners of the 2022 Heart and Hustle Award. This esteemed award honors active players who demonstrate a passion for the game of baseball and best embody the values, spirit and traditions of the game. The

Lynn, Abreu lift way to rain-soaked series win

August 3, 2022

CHICAGO -- The philosophy for success espoused by White Sox first baseman Andrew Vaughn is pretty straightforward. “You just got to go 1-0 every day,” Vaughn said. Mission accomplished on Wednesday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field. Behind six solid innings from Lance Lynn and José Abreu’s three-run home run in

Eloy helps White Sox 'get the swagger back'

DH sparks offense with 4 RBIs as Chicago gains ground in AL Central race
August 3, 2022

CHICAGO -- The White Sox played with swagger, which has been missing at times during the 2022 season. They also exercised their offensive muscles in cruising to a 9-2 victory over the Royals on Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. That decisive victory came hours after the White Sox didn’t

White Sox 'disappointed' over quiet Trade Deadline

Chicago unable to line up other additions after acquiring veteran lefty reliever Diekman
August 2, 2022

CHICAGO -- White Sox fans were less than thrilled with the team’s lack of moves on Tuesday leading up to Major League Baseball’s Trade Deadline at 5 p.m. CT. And general manager Rick Hahn understood the supporters’ ire. “In all candor, we’re disappointed that we weren’t able to do more