Chicago White Sox: Does Signing Jose Abreu Open Door For Adam Dunn Trade?
Adam Dunn

The Chicago White Sox have made the first big splash of the 2013-14 Major League offseason already, signing the latest Cuban sensation Jose Dariel Abreu to the largest international contract that the game has ever seen for a player first making his way over […]

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CHICAGO WHITE SOX

Chris Sale

On Monday, all will seem right with the world. Across the country, teams will embark on what they hope will be a seven month journey to a championship. Stands will be filled. Kids will miss class to be with their […]

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Marcus Semien

During the course of a 162 game baseball season, injuries are inevitable. Teams know that they must stockpile depth at all positions in order to be ready for an abrupt injury. More playing time for the person taking over could […]

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Chris Sale

The Chicago White Sox sent young ace Chris Sale to the mound against the Colorado Rockies for his final spring tuneup before making his second consecutive Opening Day start next Monday. The lefty surrendered two runs on six hits in […]

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Chicago White Sox

In his final spring training start before joining the Chicago White Sox‘ rotation, prospect Erik Johnson picked up his first spring win against the Seattle Mariners and pitched six innings, giving up three runs and three walks while striking out […]

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Matt Davidson

In baseball, it is always beneficial to learn from one’s mistakes. The Chicago White Sox showed that they learned from past failures when they optioned third baseman of the future Matt Davidson to AAA earlier today. Davidson, acquired from the […]

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Felipe Paulino

In an offseason devoted to lowering the average age of its roster, the Chicago White Sox made an interesting and seemingly contradictory move by signing 30-year-old starting pitcher Felipe Paulino to a one-year, $1.75 million deal — dollar signs strong […]

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Matt Lindstrom

At this point in time in Spring Training, players begin to get that itch to ditch the sunburn and endless Waffle Houses in the area to head north and play games that matter. If a player is a lock to […]

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Micah Johnson

The baseball world has been rocked by Billy Hamilton mania the past twelve months. The Cincinnati Reds center fielder has captivated the game by causing havoc on the bases with his speed. In the Reds’ postseason push last season, Hamilton […]

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Adam Eaton

Baseball is a funny game. A team can load up on all the elite talent in the league, but still not win the World Series. Superstars do not ensure success on a baseball diamond. Rather, teams must have a certain […]

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