5 Chicago White Sox Who Won’t Make it Through 2014 Spring Training

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Gordon Beckham

The Chicago White Sox announced earlier this week that second baseman Gordon Beckham suffered a setback in his rehabilitation from a left oblique injury, shutting him down for another week. Though recent reports indicate that Beckham started taking ground balls […]

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Avisail Garcia

The fate of a player’s season can change in a moment, in the seconds it takes for ball to hit bat and fly into the outfield, for an outfielder to make a spectacular diving catch, only to remain on the […]

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Felipe Paulino

Entering the 2014 season, Felipe Paulino stood out as one of the biggest question marks in the Chicago White Sox‘ starting rotation as he sought to return to the mound after being sidelined with an injury since the middle of […]

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Marcus Semien

Second baseman Marcus Semien is trying to make the most out of the opportunity with the Chicago White Sox put forth in front of him, and he is struggling. He knows it. The White Sox brass knows it. The fans know […]

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Daniel Webb

There seems to be this false belief shared across the MLB that the closer of a team must be the guy with experience. If there is a battle to discover whom should begin the year as the closer, the one […]

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White Sox Paul Konerko

Since the days of Frank Thomas, the face of the Chicago White Sox franchise has been without question, Paul Konerko. In 15 seasons wearing a White Sox uniform, Kornerko has earned a .277 batting average and has hit 427 home […]

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Nate Jones

I wrote earlier that the Chicago White Sox shouldn’t worry about reliever Nate Jones’ slow start to the 2014 season. But shortly after the White Sox lost to the Minnesota Twins, reports surfaced that the gluteal strain that dragged Jones […]

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Nate Jones

Except for a solid showing on Opening Day, the Chicago White Sox bullpen has been one of the weakest areas of the team in these first three games. This is partially due to the poor pitching performances of Nate Jones. […]

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MLB Instant Replay

The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox each got their first taste of the MLB’s expanded replay system Wednesday, when a questionable ruling was challenged by Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, and eventually overturned. While the ruling itself didn’t directly affect […]

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