CSN to relive 2012 Summer Games

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CSN to relive 2012 Summer Games

This holiday season, return to London with Comcast SportsNet as we relive some of the greatest moments of the London Olympics!

Highlights include Michael Phelps' quest to reach a record-breaking 22 Olympics medals, 'The Fab Five's' journey to the first USA women's gymnastic gold medal since 1996 and a pair of thrilling Team USA women's soccer matches.

Here is the entire Team USA - Return to London programming schedule, which begins Christmas Eve at 7:00 p.m.:

Monday, December 24
7:00 PM Womens Gymnastics Team Competition (featuring the Fab 5)

Tuesday, December 25
11:00 AM Mens Swimming Finals (Part I, featuring Phelps & Lochte): 400m indv medley, 200m free, 200m butterfly, 4x200 free relay
12:00 PM Womens Swimming Finals (Part I): 400m indv medley, 4x100 free relay, 100m butterfly, 100m backstroke, 200m free
1:00 PM Mens Swimming Finals (Part II, featuring Phelps & Lochte): 200m backstroke, 200m indv medley, 100m butterfly, 50m free, 4x100m medley relay
2:00 PM Womens Swimming Finals (Part II): 4x200 free relay, 200m breaststroke, 200m backstroke, 800m free
3:00 PM Womens Soccer semifinal (vs. Canada)
7:00 PM Womens Gymnastics All-Around Competition (featuring Gabby Douglas)
9:00 PM Aly Raisman: Bringing Home Gold (half-hour special)

Wednesday, December 26
9:00 PM Womens Beach Volleyball Gold Medal Match (featuring Misty May-Treanor & Kerri Walsh Jennings)

Friday, December 28
9:00 PM Mens Diving Finals

Saturday, December 29
8:00 PM Womens Soccer Gold Medal Match (vs. Japan)

All times are Central Time
Schedule Subject to Change

Road Ahead: Can the White Sox turn things around?

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Road Ahead: Can the White Sox turn things around?

CSN's Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton talk about what's next for the White Sox, presented by Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana Honda dealers.

The White Sox are struggling lately as the team has lost six consecutive games and 14 of their last 18.

It doesn't get much easier for the South Siders as they stay on the road to face the New York Mets and Detroit Tigers this week.

After once leading the American League Central and looking like a complete team, the bullpen is struggling and the team is in a freefall.

Can the team fix things to stay in the division race?

Find out what Garfien and Melton had to say in the video above.

 

Quintana takes the hill as White Sox face the Mets on CSN

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Quintana takes the hill as White Sox face the Mets on CSN

The White Sox take on the New York Mets on Monday, and you can catch all the action on Comcast SportsNet. Coverage begins with White Sox Pregame Live at 11:30 a.m. Be sure to stick around after the final out to get analysis and player reaction on White Sox Postgame Live.

Monday’s starting pitching matchup: Jose Quintana vs. Matt Harvey

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White Sox outfielder Austin Jackson sidelined with turf toe

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White Sox outfielder Austin Jackson sidelined with turf toe

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Austin Jackson exited Sunday’s game after battling turf toe on his left foot, according to a club official.

When he’ll return to the White Sox lineup isn’t yet certain. The injury comes at a time when Jackson is red hot at the plate and continuing to make big plays in the outfield.

Jackson, who finished 1-for-3 Sunday with a sac fly and two RBIs, has produced a .464/.500/.607 slash line in his last eight games.

The center fielder has been so good at the plate that White Sox manager Robin Ventura has batted him in the second spot in the lineup two days in a row. With Melky Cabrera needed for the middle of the lineup, Jackson has been Ventura’s best option. He entered Sunday with a team-high .697 OPS hitting second.

“I like Melky there, too,” Ventura said. “But (Jackson’s) at-bats have been better. Walking, fouling pitches off, getting on, he’s looked good up there.”

Jackson also turned in a sterling defensive play in the first inning as he made an over-the-shoulder catch to rob Kendrys Morales of extra bases. Jackson then fired a perfect strike to Tyler Saladino, whose relay to first doubled off Eric Hosmer.

Outfielder Adam Eaton has credited much of Jackson’s communication and defensive skills to his own improvement in right field.