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  • Covey's struggles, defensive miscues hurt Sox
    Cleveland's 6-2 victory over the White Sox Monday night at Progressive Field marked Dylan Covey's first loss since his season debut on April 28 in Kansas City. But White Sox manager Rick Renteria minced no words when talking postgame of how the team's fifth straight loss was more about a bad defensive night than its starting pitcher.
  • Jimenez among many up for Minors promotion
    White Sox general manager Rick Hahn was not ready to talk specific Minor League promotions when talking to the media prior to Monday night's series opener at Progressive Field.
  • Rodon faces 2nd test vs. Central-leading Tribe
    Carlos Rodon makes his third start of the season and second straight against the Indians and Mike Clevinger with a 6:10 p.m. CT first pitch on Tuesday night at Progressive Field. Rodon is 4-1 with a 2.43 ERA over 11 career appearances (10 starts) against the Indians.
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  • Robert returns from injury to make pro debut
    One of the White Sox most highly regarded prospects made his stateside professional baseball debut June 5 with the Class A Kannapolis Intimidators.
  • Father's Day special for White Sox, Tigers dads
    Before the White Sox and Tigers began their Sunday series finale, players honored their fathers in a special way.
  • In My Words: With new players, Getz gets it
    After the recent Draft, we have a whole new crop of players coming into the system. Naturally, I empathize with what these guys are going through.
  • White Sox Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the White Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Chicago's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Davidson homers, but Sox can't back Shields
    The White Sox couldn't catch the Tigers on Sunday, falling, 3-1, at Guaranteed Rate Field despite six-plus innings of work from James Shields and Matt Davidson's 12th home run.
  • White Sox rally voided in late innings vs. Tigers
    Chicago rallied from a five-run deficit to the Tigers before ultimately falling, 7-5, on Saturday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field.
  • Gonzalez feels good after throwing sim game
    Miguel Gonzalez threw his first simulated game since suffering right rotator cuff inflammation nearly two months ago. The right-hander, who made three starts this season before his injury, threw 25 pitches and said it felt good to face live hitters again.
  • Thompson gets foot stuck in right-field fence
    Thompson gets foot stuck in right-field fence
  • Lambert fires eight solid frames
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Saturday.
  • Lopez continues to shine despite Sox loss
    The White Sox and Tigers had prime scoring opportunities in the eighth inning of Friday night's contest at Guaranteed Rate Field. The Tigers converted, albeit for just one run, and the White Sox didn't, leading to Detroit's 4-3 victory.
  • Slugging Abreu in elite White Sox company
    Jose Abreu's 135 career White Sox home runs place him in the same historic neighborhood as Hall-of-Famer Jim Thome, who hit 134 with the White Sox, and Minnie Minoso, who finished at 135 with the team. Abreu is tied for 12th all-time in the organization, leaving the highly accomplished first baseman with a great sense of pride.
  • White Sox spend day giving back
    The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Club in Chicago will reopen sometime in September after being closed for the past year. And thanks to the contributions of the White Sox, in partnership with Major League Baseball, kids in the East Garfield Park neighborhood will have a special teen center to visit. Some of those kids got an early exit from school on Friday and a chance to view the renovated facility, which is a Boys & Girls Club location.
  • Rodon flashes good stuff in Sox loss to Indians
    Carlos Rodon allowed only two runs on two hits over five innings of work, but the White Sox fell to Cleveland, 5-2, on Thursday in the finale of the four-game series.
  • Jones on forearm pain: 'I had to say something'
    Reliever Nate Jones said his right forearm pain lasted two to three weeks before he was placed on the DL on Wednesday.
  • Cease, Dunning dominate in Minors
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Thursday.
  • White Sox get a visit from spider, man
    White Sox get a visit from spider, man
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