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  • Shields, White Sox struggle vs. Astros in opener
    James Shields and Justin Verlander, who finished third and first, respectively, in the 2011 American League Cy Young Award vote, faced off Friday night in what would have been the marquee pitching matchup seven years ago. Unfortunately for the White Sox, only Verlander was on his mark, and Shields allowed seven runs en route to a 10-0, series-opening loss.
  • Farquhar faints in dugout, taken to hospital
    White Sox reliever Danny Farquhar fainted in the dugout after completing the top of the 6th inning of Friday's contest against the Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field. He regained consciousness and was taken by ambulance to Rush University Medical Center, where he's receiving treatment and undergoing further testing.
  • Rodon drops in, still hopeful for late-May return
    Carlos Rodon joined the White Sox Friday prior to the start of this six-game homestand for a follow-up doctor's appointment on his surgically repaired left shoulder.
  • Giolito, White Sox ready for round 2 vs. Astros
    Lucas Giolito has not pitched since April 12 during a loss to the Twins at Target Field. But the right-hander gets the call tonight with a first pitch of 6:10 p.m. CT against the Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field. Giolito is limiting right-handed hitters to a .171 average.
  • Thompson's career circles back to South Side
    The White Sox made a couple of depth moves on Thursday, acquiring outfielder Trayce Thompson from the A's for cash considerations and also trading infielder Tyler Saladino to the Brewers for cash considerations.
  • Checking in on AL Central new guys: Rondon
    New faces abound in the American League Central in 2018, some young and some old. Let's go around the horn in the division and check out the new guys.
  • Rutherford, Adolfo among top performers
    White Sox prospects Blake Rutherford and Micker Adolfo were among top performers on Thursday.
  • 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.
  • Pitching prospects shining for White Sox
    Pitching continues to impress up and down the farm for the White Sox.
  • Despite offense's heavy lifting, White Sox fall
    On Tuesday, with his offense firmly mired in a slump, White Sox manager Rick Renteria likened his mindset to that of a prize fight -- just trying to win each inning, one "round" at a time. Little did he know then how apt that analogy would prove for Wednesday's grueling, back-and-forth affair that dragged on for five hours and 48 minutes.
  • Moncada's 1st career slam highlights big effort
    No need to worry -- it looks like Yoan Moncada is back. After a weeks-long slump to begin the 2018 campaign, the tools that once made Moncada the No. 1 prospect in baseball were on full display on Wednesday. The 22-year-old hit his first career grand slam for his second homer in as many days, reached base three times for the second consecutive day and added two sparkling defensive plays in the White Sox 12-11 loss to the A's in 14 innings.
  • Top prospect Jimenez to rejoin Double-A
    The White Sox announced Wednesday that outfielder Eloy Jimenez, the No. 4 prospect in baseball according to MLB Pipeline and the top prospect in the White Sox system, will rejoin Double-A Birmingham on Thursday.
  • Sox pitchers managing control, high walk counts
    Chicago's young starting rotation is still a work in progress, but there have been some promising hints of consistency from the Sox starters in the early goings of a tough season.
  • Rutherford, Adolfo among top performers
    White Sox prospects Blake Rutherford and Micker Adolfo were among top performers on Wednesday.
  • White Sox feel blue after throwback loss to A's
    The 1968 White Sox went 67-95, and not much went right for the 2018 incarnation of the club on Tuesday night in Oakland, as Yoan Moncada's 2-for-4 night was the only bright spot for Chicago in a 10-2 loss that secured a third consecutive series loss for the Sox.
  • Renteria implores team to improve focus
    Following Monday night's loss, in which the Sox committed a season-high four errors and went 0-for-9 with runners on base, Renteria emphasized the need for his team to really focus on every pitch, and for his hitters to keep driving the ball up the middle and to the opposite field until they get their timing back.
  • Lopez's strong start vs. A's gets no backing
    Not even a trip to California did much to heat up the White Sox bats, as A's starter Daniel Mengden all but silenced them in a 8-1 Chicago loss in Monday night's series opener. The hitting struggles spoiled a third straight quality start from right-hander Reynaldo Lopez.
  • White Sox ready for 'new start' after time off
    Fortunately for the White Sox, the weather in Oakland cleared up in time for a clear -- albeit rather chilly -- series opener against the A's on Monday night, and designated hitter Matt Davidson managed to keep a good sense of humor about it.
  • Makeup dates announced for postponed games
    The Twins on Monday announced the makeup dates for this weekend's three postponed games against the White Sox at Target Field. Friday's contest will be played on June 5 at 3:10 p.m. CT as part of a traditional doubleheader and will include Sunday's scheduled Jackie Robinson Day celebration.
  • In White Sox system, pitching turning heads
    The pitching trio of Michael Kopech, Dane Dunning and Dylan Cease, each having made two turns through the rotation, has combined for a 1.13 ERA in 32 innings. Opposing pitchers can't get Micker Adolfo out at Winston-Salem. And Joel Booker provided for two exciting walk-off wins.
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