5 Chicago White Sox Storylines to Follow During Spring Training

CHICAGO WHITE SOX

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During the course of a 162-game season, there are a few games where a team winning or a team losing is not the main story. On Tuesday, the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox played one of those games. […]

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Alexei Ramirez

Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez is an April anomaly so far in 2014. A .248 career hitter in March and April, Ramirez is off to the strongest start of his career. He has a .420/.463/.680 slash line and has hit […]

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Matt Lindstrom

Reliever Matt Lindstrom does not have it, plain and simple. Lindstrom does not have what it takes to be a closer at this stage of his career. After another blown save on Sunday, Chicago White Sox nation is becoming sick […]

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Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox took a 2-1 lead into the top of the ninth inning, and it looked as if their much-maligned bullpen was going to once again let them down against the Cleveland Indians. Fortunately for the Sox, the […]

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John Danks

John Danks is not Mark Buehrle. Besides both being lefties and at one point in time Chicago White Sox teammates, the two southpaws have nothing really in common when it comes to baseball. Buehrle is the former ace who pitched […]

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Chicago White Sox Opening Day 2014

Nina Zimmerman is a Chicago White Sox writer for RantSports.com. Follow her on Twitter @ninazim8 or add her to your network on Google.

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White Sox Team

With the exception of  Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother, having a perfect week is one of the hardest accomplishments to achieve. In regards to baseball, winning every game in an individual week takes great skill and for […]

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Tyler Flowers

After a terrible 2013, Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers began the 2014 season in full bloom, at least where his batting is concerned. Through four games, Flowers is 8-for-14, the equivalent of a .571/.571/.643 slash line. Of those eight […]

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