While the White Sox are thrilled to see Gordon Beckham break out of his slump like he did on Tuesday night going 4 for 5 against the Cubs, they’re also paying close attention to second base
The White Sox have enjoyed some much-needed bullpen stability recently, a welcome change from the walk-filled malaise that plagued the team's relievers earlier in the season.
Moises Sierra said Tuesday his focus in a fresh start with the White Sox is to become a more consistent hitter.
Jose Quintana retired the first 14 batters he faced, dueled with Cubs ace Jeff Samardzija and came away with nothing to show for it.
The White Sox aren’t worried one bit about stardom changing Jose Abreu.