2:57 AM EDT, Fri March 27, 2015

David Robertson, Jake Petricka dealing with arm soreness

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- For now, the Chicago White Sox are downplaying arm soreness being experienced by both David Robertson and Jake Petricka, both of whom are expected to be key members of the bullpen. Robertson, who has been on his own self-made preparation schedule, did throw a bullpen session Thursday and said he still is looking to pitch in games on back-to-back days before spring training ends next week. “I don’t think anything is wrong; I’m not going for MRIs or anything like that,” Robertson said.
New York Post Mar 21, 2015

How a Robertson motive for bolting explains Yankees’ demise

GLENDALE , Ariz. — Like Robinson Cano, David Robertson had to leave the Yankees to grow his bank account, a beard and his stature. The Yankees brand, after all, still...
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 13, 2015

Chicago White Sox closer David Robertson rips Yankees' facial hair rules

The former Yankee had something to say about that famous team rule.
Chicago Tribune Mar 8, 2015

White Sox closer David Robertson keeps calm, moves on from Yankees days

GLENDALE, Ariz. — For the first six years of his major-league career, new White Sox pitcher David Robertson grew accustomed to two ways of life.

White Sox closer David Robertson keeps calm, moves on from Yankees days

GLENDALE, Ariz. — For the first six years of his major-league career, new White Sox pitcher David Robertson grew accustomed to two ways of life.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 2, 2015
Chicago White Sox better than Yankees, David Robertson says

Chicago White Sox better than Yankees, David Robertson says

Closer doesn't appear upset he left the Bronx

Closer Robertson to keep low profile

GLENDALE, Ariz. – If fans, or Chicago White Sox opponents want to see how new closer David Robertson is pitching in advance of Opening Day, then don’t blink. Robertson isn’t expected to get a ton of opportunities in Cactus League games, based partially on the concept that his closer job already is secured, and that after seven years in the major leagues, he gets the benefit of the doubt when it comes to spring training. “Even talking to him, he doesn’t need a lot of appearances to really be ready,” manager Robin Ventura said.

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