White Sox Talk

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Meet White Sox prospect Keenyn Walker, a speedy, switch-hitting 22 year-old outfielder for whom Game 6 of the 1998 Finals was the first NBA game he saw in person

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Opting for a simulated game to avoid the rain that eventually canceled the Sox' game with the Padres, Jake Peavy decided to make things interesting by facing his friend Adam Dunn

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With the ink dried on his contract extension, Chris Sale can direct his focus back to baseball and getting ready for the 2013 season

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With newly-acquired Conor Gillaspie, a left-handed hitter who can back up Jeff Keppinger at third base, the White Sox roster could be close to finalized

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Coming off of a late-season fade in 2012, Jose Quintana has impressed White Sox coaches with the work he put in during the offseason

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New catcher Bryan Anderson is getting used to life with the White Sox after eight seasons with the Cardinals, along with other notes from CSN's White Sox Insider

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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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