In recent years most teams have loved squaring off against the Royals. Not so much for the White Sox, who will try and reserve their misfortunes in 2013 against the perennial bottom feeders of the AL Central.
Chris Sale busted out in a big way in 2012, but threw 192 innings in the process. However, the young southpaw thinks he can overcome the skeptics and take another step forward in '13.
Jeff Keppinger didn't know if a broken bone in his right leg would have cost him a chance at a big contract this offseason. Then the White Sox came calling.
In 1986, Hawk Harrelson was White Sox GM and fired Tony La Russa, who went on to have a Hall of Fame career. The Sox broadcaster talked with CSN's Chuck Garfien about the decision.
CSN's Chuck Garfien caught up with White Sox television broadcaster Ken 'Hawk' Harrelson to discuss his decision to fire Tony La Russa as manager during the 1986 season.
Tyler Flowers patiently waited for his time in the spotlight in Chicago. With A.J. Pierzynski off to Texas, Flowers finally has his chance.
On Tuesday's edition of Chicago Baseball Hot Stove, White Sox GM Rick Hahn hinted that the team may not be done making moves this offseason and there could be some announcements made at Sox Fest.
Last season first-year Robin Ventura almost out-managed Jim Leyland, who had been managing since 1986.
Before Robin Ventura's first season with the White Sox, he soaked in advice given to him from Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda and Joe Torre.
Tyler Flowers offered a frank assessment of his situation with the White Sox, telling Chuck Garfien he hopes A.J. Pierzynski signs elsewhere so he can earn a starting role in 2013 with the White Sox.