Though the ground on which the White Sox stand at the conclusion of the season isn’t as firm as they’d like, it’s not the quagmire it was a year ago.
Nate Jones expects to start throwing around Thanksgiving and has his sights set at pitching again one year after reconstructive elbow surgery.
DETROIT — A vital game in a pennant race and a franchise record both took a back seat Wednesday afternoon to harsh accusations from the Detroit Tigers and White Sox denials.
Overwhelmed by Twins starter Trevor May's 10 strikeouts, the White Sox couldn't find enough offense to overcome Hector Noesi's long-ball troubles, and fell, 6-4, in the series finale Sunday.
The White Sox welcome the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers to the South Side this week, and they'll be looking to turn around a disastrous August.