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Chicago Sun-Times 42 mins ago
Viciedo, Flowers go deep in 10th for 6-3 White Sox win
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Viciedo, Flowers go deep in 10th for 6-3 White Sox win

MINNEAPOLIS — Dayan Viciedo belted his 18th homer of the season to lead off the 10th inning Tuesday night, and Tyler Flowers added a two-run shot three batters later — his second homer of the night — helping the White Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Viciedo and Flowers connected against Minnesota right-hander Lester Oliveros, each hitting to the opposite field. Viciedo hit his to right-center and Flowers poked his inside the...
St. Paul Pioneer Press 27 mins ago

White Sox 6, Twins 3: Tommy Milone, Lester Oliveros struggle

Twins left-hander Tommy Milone was not a September call-up, but as much as anyone on the now-expanded roster, he's fighting for a job in the 2015 starting rotation.
Chicago White Sox Blog | ESPN Chicago 11 hours ago

Series preview: White Sox at Twins

By the end of a brief two-game series that starts Tuesday night against the Minnesota Twins, there is a chance that Chicago White Sox rookie Jose Abreu could stand alone as the only player in the major leagues with 100 RBIs. Abreu leads the American League with...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 6 hours ago

Twins: White Sox in town, is it time to escape from last place?`

The Twins open a six-game homestand tonight with the first of two games against Chicago.
Chicago Sun-Times 1 hour ago

Achy Jose Abreu sits to be safe

MINNEAPOLIS — Jose Abreu sat out of the White Sox game against the Minnesota Twins Tuesday night with an assortment of aches and leg pains. The Sox haven’t been specific about Abreu’s sore spots, but he did come out of Friday’s game with a right hamstring issue and later told reporters his left hip was bothering him. Abreu was wearing a wrap around his back in the clubhouse Tuesday and spent a good portion of the pregame hours relaxing on a couch. Manager...
Chicago White Sox Blog | ESPN Chicago 14 hours ago

Stock Watch: Jose Abreu show continues

RISING Jose Abreu, 1B: The legend continues into the final month as the rookie will enter September on a 12-game hitting streak. He already has 18- and 21-game hitting streaks this season. On his current 12-game run, he is batting .500 (21-of-42). He also has a hit in 16 of his last 17 games, batting...
South Side Sox 10 mins ago
White Sox 6, Twins 3 (10 innings): Dayan Viciedo's homer breaks stalemate

White Sox 6, Twins 3 (10 innings): Dayan Viciedo's homer breaks stalemate

Tyler Flowers adds second homer of game in extra innings to provide cushion What looked to be a wild game through two innings turned into a pitchers' duel through nine. When the game turned to extras, that's when the White Sox returned to their power game, which allowed them to close out the evening in a rather comfortable fashion. Or, to put it another way: Clutch offensive heroes Tyler Flowers and Dayan Viciedo, backed by a scoreless outing from the bullpen. What. — The Catbird Seat (@TheCatbird_Seat) September 3, 2014 Yes, all that is true at the same time: *Tyler Flowers hit...
KFFL 2 hours ago

White Sox | Tyler Flowers hits two out

Chicago White Sox C Tyler Flowers had his first career multi-homer game Tuesday, Sept. 2, ...

Sox call up seven, but not Rodon

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Chicago White Sox called up seven minor league players as part of September roster expansion before Tuesday’s game against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
Chicago White Sox Blog | ESPN Chicago 8 hours ago

White Sox call up 7, but not Rodon

Despite signs that he might be arriving to the major leagues for the final month of the season, the Chicago White Sox did not included left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodon among the seven players they added to the roster Tuesday. The White Sox took advantage of expanded rosters by calling up right-handed...

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Chicago Sun-Times 52 mins ago

White Sox opt to wait on promoting Carlos Rodon

MINNEAPOLIS — Carlos Rodon will have to wait. White Sox fans will have to wait, too. So it goes with a patient Sox management team, which decided to delay their prized prospect’s first taste of pitching in the big leagues until next year. The Sox expanded their September roster Tuesday by recalling catcher Josh Phegley, infielder Marcus Semien, right-handers Chris Bassitt and Scott Carroll, lefty Eric Surkamp and outfielder Jordan Danks, and purchasing the...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 1, 2014

Adam Dunn a somewhat valuable player

Adam Dunn sometimes excited and often frustrated White Sox fans in his nearly four years with the team before being traded to the Athletics on Sunday. The excitement came from home runs, of course, where Dunn was fifth in the American League with 41 in 2012 and fourth with 34 last season. This season he has had less playing time, with 435 plate appearances through Sunday’s games after 649 in ’12 and 605 in ’13, and his home-run rate is down to 4.6 percent of...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 1, 2014

White Sox’ Alexei Ramirez merits recognition for superb defense

Jose Abreu is a clear favorite to add the American League Rookie of the Year Award to his All-Star selection when the season ends. But the honor that would mean as much to the White Sox is the one that has eluded the team’s other Cuban All-Star, shortstop Alexei Ramirez. The Gold Glove is within reach for the veteran Ramirez, who leads AL shortstops with a .983 fielding average, committing only 10 errors in 606 chances. Some believe the Gold Glove is overdue, just...

Cubs show support during JRW visit

It was more than a hero’s welcome that members of the Jackie Robinson West Little League All-Star team received Monday from the Chicago Cubs.
Chicago Tribune Sep 1, 2014

Cubs show support during JRW visit

It was more than a hero’s welcome that members of the Jackie Robinson West Little League All-Star team received Monday from the Chicago Cubs.
Chicago Tribune Sep 1, 2014

Bears' starting safety decision 'wait and see' as opener nears

Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman was asked after Monday morning’s practice at Halas Hall whether he had settled on his starting safeties for Sunday’s season opener against the Bills. Yet the “wait and see” response Trestman offered was likely not what fans were eager to...

Bears' starting safety decision 'wait and see' as opener nears

Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman was asked after Monday morning’s practice at Halas Hall whether he had settled on his starting safeties for Sunday’s season opener against the Bills. Yet the “wait and see” response Trestman offered was likely not what fans were eager to...
Chicago Sun-Times Aug 31, 2014

Adam Dunn traded by White Sox for RHP Nolan Sanburn

In the end, Adam Dunn could get what he hoped for when he signed that ballyhooed four-year, $56 million contract with the White Sox in 2011 — the chance to play in the postseason. But it would be with the Oakland Athletics, who acquired the left-handed slugger Sunday on the last day players are eligible for postseason rosters. And it would be the final chapter of his 14-year career. Dunn had hinted in recent days that this season would be his last, and he...
Northwest Herald Aug 31, 2014

Sox trade Dunn to A's, beat Tigers

CHICAGO – The White Sox traded Adam Dunn and picked up a rare victory afterward.

Adam Dunn: the ultimate lightning rod

CHICAGO -- The end of the Adam Dunn era might have been an easy one for fans to digest, but it left a void in a stunned Chicago White Sox clubhouse Sunday. It’s not like the team couldn't see Dunn's departure coming. While fans might wonder how the White Sox were able to come away with a player in return, much less find a team in the Oakland Athletics to pick up half of what he is still owed this season, the team's players and staff knew the guy nicknamed "Big Donkey" still had some value.
Chicago Sun-Times Aug 31, 2014

Quintana earns win; White Sox beat Tigers 6-2

Jose Quintana allowed two runs over seven innings to earn his first win in more than a month, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 6-2 after trading Adam Dunn on Sunday afternoon. The White Sox sent Dunn to Oakland before the game, ending a disappointing four-year run in Chicago for the veteran slugger. Then, they took advantage of a season-high four errors by the Tigers to salvage a four-game split. Adam Eaton doubled twice and scored two runs. Carlos...

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