PITTSBURGH – In the moment, Rick Renteria didn’t realize he made history when he became the first manager to challenge a play under the new expanded replay system.
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.
After one day on the bench at U.S. Cellular Field, Todd Steverson's message already has appeared to pay off.
Despite finishing the seventh inning with 100 pitches, White Sox starter Chris Sale didn't have to argue his way into coming back out for the eighth inning of Monday afternoon's opener at U.S.
For the first time since the 1998 season Paul Konerko wasn't part of the White Sox Opening Day lineup.