White Sox Talk

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Despite their sinking record, the White Sox have liked what they've seen from young lefties Hector Santiago and Jose Quintana. Could they join Chris Sale as part of the rotation of the future?
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Various reports have pegged Chris Sale as untouchable as the last-place White Sox begin to survey the trade market, but should the team listen if teams come calling about their young ace?
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In the midst of a foggy evening, the White Sox beat up the Blue Jays in the opener at U.S. Cellular Field and will send Jose Quintana to the mound Tuesday in hopes of keeping the good times rolling.
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Hector Santiago, a native of New Jersey who had a firsthand experience with the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, recently traveled to Newtown, Conn., to get involved in the healing process there following December's tragedy.

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On the 30th anniversary of their AL West title, members of the 1983 'Winning Ugly' White Sox convened at SoxFest to reminisce about their experiences from three decades ago.

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Paul Konerko says MLB implementing in-season blood tests is the "right progression" for the sport, while Jake Peavy insisted Detroit is the team to beat in the AL Central this season.

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Paul Konerko will be turning 37 this year. And while the White Sox captain knows his career has a clock, he's not ready for it to stop ticking just yet.

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John Danks began his rehab process three weeks ago and is ready to start throwing breaking balls next week after having surgery on his left shoulder last fall.

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White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd says he putting trade rumors and other noise behind him as he works toward having a more consistent 2013 season.

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White Sox great Frank Thomas is happy to be clear of the skepticism surrounding other players from the steroid era and has no sympathy from PED players.

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