New South Side closer David Robertson believes the White Sox will be better than the Yankees (his former team) in 2015.
White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton took a page out of Paul Konerko's book this offseason, and gave each new member of the team a "Welcome to the White Sox" message in an effort to build chemistry.
Paul Konerko is a father figure in the White Sox clubhouse, blazing a trail for the younger players as he shares his words of wisdom to the likes of Adam Eaton, Tyler Flowers and even Jose Abreu.
Leadoff man Adam Eaton plays like his hair is on fire, with a never-ending stream of energy in the field and he's quickly become a spark plug for this White Sox offense.
Alejandro De Aza didn't expect both him and fellow outfielder Dayan Vicideo to be on the White Sox Opening Day roster, and still expects to see either him or Viciedo traded.
Gordon Beckham hasn't lived up to the lofty expectations set forth after his strong rookie campaign, but the White Sox second baseman is ready for the 2014 season to be his comeback.
Rick Hahn acquired Matt Davidson and Adam Eaton from the Diamondbacks this offseason, giving up just two pitchers for a pair of players who could be impact guys on the South Side for a long time.
When asked who the best pitcher is in baseball, John Danks offered up his teammate. With a little bit more run support for Chris Sale, the numbers could prove Danks right in 2014.
After a "nightmare" of a 2013 season on the South Side, Hawk Harrelson believes the White Sox are poised for a much better result in 2014, thanks to the influx of young core players.