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South Side Sox Sep 12, 2016

Brett Lawrie’s tender leg makes him a non-tender candidate

Mysterious evolving injury opens door for Tyler Saladino, who finally gives the White Sox an in-house option at second base Brett Lawrie’s injury has a problem sitting still. That probably shouldn’t come as a surprise considering it’s a part of Lawrie himself, but two and a half months after a leg injury first sidelined the White Sox second baseman, the parties involved appear to be no closer to resolving the issue. When Lawrie left the game on July 21, it was initially described as a hamstring tweak that might not require a stint on the disabled list. It did, of course, and it also...
South Side Sox Sep 9, 2016

Terrerobytes: Melky Cabrera made it through waivers

Plus: Reasons behind Tim Anderson's defensive improvement, Rick Hahn drops the 'dour,' and more Jon Heyman’s Inside Baseball column is pretty impressive for its breadth, although you’ll notice that a lot of the facts/rumors are repackaged. For instance, his lengthy paragraph on the White Sox in his latest column contains plenty of corned beef rehash. The White Sox will resume exploring trades for Chris Sale and Jose Quintana. Jerry Reinsdorf is four scores old and probably would rather keep trying to win now. Robin Ventura is likely gone. Which is fine. You wouldn’t expect everybody...

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