9/16/2014 | MLB announces Clemente Award nominees
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced on Tuesday the names of the 30 club nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet, and fan voting will begin Wednesday, Roberto Clemente Day, to help decide who succeeds Carlos Beltran as the winner of the prestigious community honor handed out annually at the World Series.
9/15/2014 | White Sox likely to stay with six-man rotation
Unless White Sox manager Robin Ventura drops two pitchers from the current six-man rotation, lefty Chris Sale would only face the Royals one more time. But if Scott Carroll can't go because of a fingernail issue and Chris Bassitt struggles on Tuesday, it's conceivable Sale could still get a final start in a four-game series against Kansas City to end the regular season.
9/15/2014 | Konerko moving toward return during road trip
Paul Konerko still wasn't ready to rejoin the White Sox lineup on Monday, but he appears to be getting closer to a return for the final few games of a stellar 18-year career. Konerko has been sidelined since Sept. 2 with a fractured sesamoid bone in his left hand.
9/15/2014 | Abreu learns from Konerko's professionalism
While building an offensive resume that has his name mentioned as a prime American League Rookie of the Year candidate, White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu believes he has benefited immensely by getting an up-close-and-personal view of Paul Konerko's farewell season.
9/15/2014 | Hendriks aims to help Royals in their playoff chase
Liam Hendriks and the Royals will continue the playoff chase when they try to make it back-to-back wins over Chris Bassitt and the White Sox on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium.
9/15/2014 | White Sox 'pen burned by KC's speed in ninth
John Danks continued his stronghold on the Royals with six shutout innings, but the bullpen surrendered four late runs as the White Sox dropped a 4-3 decision on Monday night.
9/14/2014 | Abreu ties White Sox rookie home run record
Jose Abreu doesn't have a clear recollection of meeting Ron Kittle. He has been introduced to so many people in this first year with the White Sox that it's difficult to remember everyone. But with one more home run over the 2014 season's final two weeks, Abreu will pass Kittle for the franchise single-season rookie record in long balls.
9/14/2014 | White Sox fall to Twins, all but out of playoff race
The White Sox were all but eliminated from postseason contention by virtue of a 6-4 loss to the Twins Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field, ending their four-game winning streak in the process.
9/14/2014 | Kazanas honored with Roland Hemond Award
John Kazanas received the Roland Hemond Award from the White Sox prior to Sunday's series finale with the Twins in recognition of his heroic act helping a family in danger following a car accident in Arizona three months ago.
9/14/2014 | White Sox lose challenge at first base
The White Sox challenged a call at first base in the third inning of Sunday's series finale against the Twins at U.S. Cellular Field, with first-base umpire and crew chief Larry Vanover originally ruling Danny Santana safe.
9/14/2014 | Cooper staunchly defends Belisario
Ronald Belisario has only pitched once on this homestand, meaning less jeers from the crowd as he takes the mound. The veteran right-hander has underachieved this season, with a 5.57 ERA, .291 average against and .342 on-base percentage against him.
9/14/2014 | Royals begin final playoff push against AL Central foes
For the Royals, it's all American League Central from here on out. Kansas City begins a three-game set against the White Sox on Monday, and after dropping 3-of-4 to Boston this weekend the club is done with out-of-division play for the season. James Shields lived up to his "Big Game" moniker last time out, and he'll go again against the White Sox John Danks.
9/14/2014 | Surging Tigers face next important series vs. Twins
While not quite as big as the Tigers' next series, the importance of the three games in Minnesota that begin Monday is not lost in the Detroit clubhouse. The Tigers have the good fortune of turning to ace Max Scherzer against Twins spot starter Anthony Swarzak.
9/14/2014 | Abreu makes rookie history by reaching 100 RBIs
With one fifth-inning swing of the bat by Jose Abreu during the White Sox 7-6 Game 2 victory over the Twins on Saturday night, the rookie designated hitter ended a long home run drought and made history at the same time.
9/13/2014 | Noesi can send White Sox to season-best win streak
When Hector Noesi was placed on waivers by the Rangers after posting a 14.21 ERA in five April relief appearances split between Seattle and Texas, the White Sox took a chance on Noesi, and he's been trending in the right direction as the season winds down. Noesi hopes to continue getting better while pushing the White Sox winning streak to a season-high five games on Sunday as Chicago tries to sweep Minnesota at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/13/2014 | Konerko will miss Chicago as much as baseball
White Sox captain Paul Konerko, who continues to work his way back from a left hand injury, said he'll miss spending six months per year in his adopted home city.
9/13/2014 | Quintana's 13 K's pave way for Game 1 Sox win
With Phil Hughes and Jose Quintana on the mound during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader at U.S. Cellular Field, contact became a four-letter word for hitters from the Twins and White Sox. At one point in the opening contest, the two had combined to strike out 16 of 34 hitters. But it was Hughes who made the one mistake and Quintana who was just a little bit better in Chicago's 5-1 victory.
9/13/2014 | Garth visits his baseball friends on South Side
The thunder rolled through Chicago on Friday night, postponing the series opener between the White Sox and Twins. But it was dry enough during the day for recording artists Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood to visit a few friends at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/13/2014 | Viciedo's walk-off completes twin-bill sweep
Dayan Viciedo's walk-off two-run homer off Glen Perkins in the ninth inning gave the White Sox a 7-6 victory over the Twins and a sweep of Saturday's doubleheader.
9/12/2014 | Twins, White Sox washed out, will play two Saturday
Friday's game between the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins has been postponed because of a forecast of rain throughout the evening. It has been rescheduled as part of a straight doubleheader on Saturday beginning at 3:10 p.m. CT.
9/11/2014 | Quintana, Hughes toe the rubber for White Sox, Twins
Fresh off taking three of four from the Athletics, the White Sox will send left-hander Jose Quintana to the hill for the series opener against the Twins and right-hander Phil Hughes on Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/11/2014 | Top prospect on a power trip up the organization
Courtney Hawkins did it all in high school, pitching and hitting. But the White Sox turned their No. 5 prospect into a full-time outfielder, and the 20-year-old has the tools to become an above-average Major Leaguer.
9/11/2014 | Sale proves he is (in a word) great
It was basically a known fact beforehand, but White Sox left-hander Chris Sale showed the A's and anyone else who was watching on Thursday afternoon that he's among the best pitchers in baseball.
9/11/2014 | Sale drops ERA to 1.99 with eight shutout innings
White Sox ace Chris Sale dominated the Oakland A's with a two-hit, eight-inning performance in a 1-0 victory on Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field. Sale lowered his American League-leading ERA to 1.99, while Marcus Semien homered for the game's lone tally.
9/11/2014 | Cooper eager to work with Rodon
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper is looking forward to working with Carlos Rodon, the team's top pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft and third overall selection, who could break camp in '15 as part of the big league starting rotation.
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