Not much happened this weekend in the world of the White Sox, but there still were a few notable bits of news from the last few days.
Jesse Crain walked quite a few opponents last year, but got away with it thanks to a an abnormally high rate of stranding runners on base. Is that a concern for 2012?
When the White Sox traded for Nestor Molina, nobody really knew what they were going to get. While that still can't be answered, the franchise is happy with Molina's history and potential.
FOX Sports' Jon Paul Morosi sees a slew of trades going down in the coming weeks and lists some potential landing destinations for three White Sox players.
Omar Vizquel confirmed the obvious Friday, telling his twitter followers he won't return to the White Sox for a third season.
After missing out on retaining Michael Cuddyer, the Twins have reportedly turned their attention to bringing back notorious White Sox killer Jason Kubel.
Detroit Tigers relief pitcher and owner of the best name of baseball Al Alburquerque will miss the first half of the 2012 season following elbow surgery.
FanGraphs' Marc Hulet had Dylan Axelrod ranked fairly high in his top 15 White Sox prospects list -- could the Sox could on him for some quality innings next year?
On Sept. 13, 1967, White Sox starter Gary Peters walked 11 opponents and didn't allow a run in an 11-inning 1-0 victory.
Gordon Beckham says his mental issues of the last two seasons are behind him, while a Cleveland Indians minor league outfielder takes over the title of best baseball twitterer.