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  • Avisail sees similarities in rebuild, stellar year
    The All-Star 2017 campaign for Avisail Garcia resonates in the White Sox right fielder's mind much like the team's ongoing rebuild.
  • Petricka undergoes surgery on right elbow
    White Sox reliever Jake Petricka underwent a nerve transposition in his right elbow Friday, according to information released by the team.
  • White Sox Arizona Fall League overview
    Jim Callis checks in on the Chicago White Sox Arizona Fall League participants, led by recovering left-hander Jace Fry.
  • Adolfo 'grew up,' hit his stride in 2017
    Standing in the hallway of the White Sox complex at Camelback Ranch and talking with a few reporters and a team media relations representative, Micker Adolfo points to one of the bold, almost majestic pictures hanging on the wall.
  • Jimenez among prospects in winter leagues
    The playoffs and Arizona Fall League may garner the bulk of the attention this time of year, but there's plenty of baseball being played elsewhere.
  • #AwardWorthy: Vote for Engel's glove
    Vote for Adam Engel (Best Play, Defense) in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
  • Inbox: Has White Sox Draft strategy evolved?
    Nick Hostetler, the White Sox director of amateur scouting, took time from his busy 2018 MLB Draft preparation to serve as the White Sox Inbox guest.
  • 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's Prospect Watch.
  • Inbox: How do White Sox prepare for Draft?
    Nick Hostetler, the White Sox director of amateur scouting, took time from his busy 2018 MLB Draft preparation to serve as the White Sox Inbox guest for this week. Here's Part 1 of Hostetler's answers.
  • Sox top prospect Robert 'a special kid'
    Let's dub Luis Robert's 2017 White Sox debut with the Dominican Summer League White Sox as a glimpse of potentially significant things to come.
  • Hahn happy for ex-White Sox players' success
    Rick Hahn doesn't set out to win a trade when executing a deal, although he certainly has had many chances to do so since last December as the White Sox rebuild moved ahead full force.
  • Zavala, Polo open eyes in AFL performances
    The group the White Sox sent to the Arizona Fall League this year does not include any of their upper-echelon prospects, but those who are here are trying to elbow their way onto the now-crowded radar in the organization. A pair of those Minor Leaguers, catcher Seby Zavala and outfielder Tito Polo, certainly opened some eyes with their performances on Friday in Glendale's 7-6 win in Surprise.
  • Former White Sox reliever Webb dies
    Former White Sox reliever Daniel Webb was killed Saturday night in an ATV crash in Northwest Tennessee.
  • Covey fires five scoreless in return to AFL
    Dylan Covey threw five scoreless innings and struck out two as Glendale defeated Surprise, 8-2, on Thursday. Covey picked up his first victory of the Arizona Fall League season, helping the Desert Dogs improve to 2-1.
  • Former White Sox All-Star Landis dies at 83
    Former White Sox center fielder Jim Landis, who was known as one of the best defensive outfielders of his era, died Saturday. He was 83.
  • Pitching, lefty power among White Sox needs
    The White Sox enter the 2017 offseason in an interesting stage of their rebuild. Could this team actually contend next season? It's a possibility, albeit a bit remote. But that outside chance won't influence general manager Rick Hahn's decisions in an area such as free agency to deviate even slightly from the rebuilding plan.
  • Tilson takes part in Instructional League games
    Charlie Tilson took part in a White Sox game on Tuesday afternoon.
  • Former college sluggers developing at instructs
    The White Sox have done well in the Draft, spending their last two first-round picks and their 2017 second-rounder on college sluggers. Catcher Zack Collins (No. 10 overall, 2016), third baseman Jake Burger (No. 11, 2017) and first baseman Gavin Sheets (No. 49, 2017) all should fit in nicely at Guaranteed Rate Field, one of the most homer-friendly ballparks in the big leagues. For now, they're together in Chicago's four-week instructional league program in Glendale, Ariz., which ends this weekend.
  • Moncada, Hansen named Prospects of the Year
    The early stages of the White Sox rebuild produced a number of potential 2017 candidates for White Sox Hitting and Pitching Prospects of the Year. But it was Yoan Moncada and Alec Hansen who eventually earned the honors.
  • Anderson, wife reach out to Chicago youth
    Tim Anderson and Bria Anderson are focused on giving back to the youth of Chicago. That point was one of many made clear by the White Sox shortstop and his wife as part of a Wednesday panel entitled "Empowering Teenagers," during the second annual Chicago Sports Summit at the Hyatt Regency Chicago.
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