7:15 PM EST, Wed March 04, 2015

Quintana on point in first outing

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Do not discount Jose Quintana’s chances of starting on Opening Day if Chris Sale is unable to take the ball that day. Quintana had just the Cactus League start he was looking for Wednesday when he pitched two hitless innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opener for each team. He had no walks with two strikeouts. While the outing was short, it was long enough to deliver these impressive numbers: Quintana threw 26 pitches, 20 for strikes.

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Jeff Samardzija gets first taste of White Sox game action

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Right-hander Jeff Samardzija saw his first game action in a White Sox uniform Tuesday during the club’s intrasquad game at Camelback Ranch, and his new teammates made him work right away.
Chicago Tribune Mar 3, 2015

Jeff Samardzija gets first taste of White Sox game action

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Right-hander Jeff Samardzija saw his first game action in a White Sox uniform Tuesday during the club’s intrasquad game at Camelback Ranch, and his new teammates made him work right away.

Loss of Minoso remains 'painful' for Abreu

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Mourning since Sunday when he learned of Minnie Minoso’s death, Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu addressed the loss of his mentor Tuesday. “It’s something that’s very painful for all of the Cubans that are here and for the fans of the White Sox, the organization and everyone,” Abreu said through an interpreter. “It’s something that’s very difficult. He was an incredible person.

Contract terms reached with 24 players

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Chicago White Sox agreed to contract terms with 24 players Tuesday, all of whom are under club control and on the 40-man roster. The 11 pitchers who agreed to deals are, Maikel Cleto, Raul Fernandez, Onelki Garcia, Dan Jennings, Erik Johnson, Frankie Montas, Jake Petricka, Zach Putnam, Eric Surkamp, Daniel Webb and Michael Ynoa. Catchers include Rob Brantly, Adrian Nieto and Kevan Smith, while the infielders include Matt Davidson, Leury Garcia, Conor Gillaspie, Tyler Saladino, Carlos Sanchez and Andy Wilkins.

Samardzija says he's ahead of schedule

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Jeff Samardzija loved every minute of his first game action with the Chicago White Sox, even if it was just an intersquad game, and even though he did give up two runs in his first of two innings of work. The first-year White Sox starter did admit to looking down at his uniform top Tuesday, just to confirm it was real, but he has always had an appreciation for his line of work no matter if it was with the Chicago Cubs, the Oakland Athletics or now on the South Side.

Sale a fan of speeding up games

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Major League Baseball is ready to run a tighter ship this year and the urgency begins with the start of spring training play. Like all spring training stadiums around baseball, Camelback Ranch got a brand new digital timer in order to keep things on point. The giant red digits, similar to what one might see at a basketball arena, will be used to monitor the time between innings. From the end of one half-inning to the start of the next, the entire process will now take an exact 2 minutes, 45 seconds.

White Sox set for Shirts vs. Skins

GLENDALE, Ariz. – After getting rained out Monday, the Chicago White Sox will play their only intrasquad game of the spring at the conclusion of Tuesday’s workout. Originally scheduled for a seven-inning game, manager Robin Ventura hinted that a couple of more innings could be added after Monday’s scheduled 4½-inning game was called. The highlight of the game figures to be the brief outing from right-hander Jeff Samardzija, who will make his first appearance in a White Sox uniform in a game setting.
Chicago Tribune Mar 3, 2015

Don't overthink it, White Sox: Put Carlos Rodon in rotation

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