Rick Hahn


For White Sox fans, Carlos Rodon can’t get to U.S. Cellular Field fast enough.


For the first time since April 9, the White Sox will have Adam Eaton, Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia all in the lineup at the same time.


As they recover from a volatile season, the White Sox bullpen is likely to require a veteran presence for what promises to be another transition year in 2015.


With their future on the cusp of the majors, the White Sox finally decided to part with second baseman Gordon Beckham on Thursday afternoon.


In nine games since Adam Eaton went on the disabled list with a strained right oblique, White Sox hitters have combined for just a .286 on-base percentage.