1:54 AM EDT, Thu October 23, 2014

Rodon gives White Sox options in 2015

CHICAGO – Unlike last year, the Chicago White Sox seem open to heading into a new season with four left-handed starters. General manager Rick Hahn confirmed that while not the ideal scenario, the team is open to having prospect Carlos Rodon compete for a rotation spot in the spring to join a starting staff that already includes lefties Chris Sale, Jose Quintana and John Danks. A year ago, the White Sox took a different route, breaking up a potential lefty foursome by including Hector Santiago in a three-team trade that landed leadoff man Adam Eaton.
South Side Sox Sep 23, 2014

John Danks can finish seasons again

His 2014 hasn't been pretty, but it's better than last year, and useful for next season Last September, John Danks was at his wit's end. His shoulder surgery caused him to start his 2013 late, and he was trying to work through a string of unsuccessful starts that rolled over from August. He vented after a stomping courtesy of the Indians: "Nothing worked for me," Danks said. "I threw the ball where I wasn’t supposed to throw it and got my [rear end] kicked." [...] "It was embarrassing; this is supposed to be the major leagues, and I went out and pitched like a guy that did not belong...

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