Chris Sale hasn’t quite been himself the past two starts.
Their ace got hit hard and they stranded nine runners through the first seven innings on Wednesday night.
Conor Gillaspie’s bat has started to produce the line drives the White Sox are used to from the third baseman.
Nate Jones is in town for the rest of the homestand so the White Sox can assess what progress the tall right-hander has made.
For the first time in three weeks, Carlos Rodon knows exactly what he’ll do at first pitch when he arrives at the ballpark on Saturday afternoon.