SAN DIEGO — Three former White Sox players came up shy in their bid for the National Hall of Fame on Monday, including Dick Allen, who missed by one vote.
After spending the whole off-season living in Chicago, suffering through one of the worst winters in this city’s history, Alejandro De Aza wasn’t sure if he’d even be here when the temperatures st
Dayan Viciedo isn’t in the White Sox starting lineup on Wednesday for a second straight game.
The left fielder, who started 124 games last season, is platooning with Alejandro De Aza.
Sixty years before Jose Abreu's impending debut on the South Side, fellow Cuban Minnie Minoso starred with the White Sox.