White Sox Talk

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Following speculation during the winter meetings the White Sox and Aaron Rowand could be reunited, the former Sox center fielder signed with Miami on Monday.

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The White Sox can add a middle-of-the-order power bat this winter by not actually adding anybody. If Adam Dunn returns to anything close to his usual form, the Sox lineup will be vastly improved.

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In an exclusive interview with Comcast SportsNet, Mark Buehrle says he'll be back with the White Sox in some fashion 'before you know it,' and separates fact from fiction in the free-agency process.

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The White Sox are still attempting to trade Carlos Quentin, as according to a report the Sox had discussions with Toronto about a trade involving the right fielder.

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Despite Kenny Williams' utterance of the word "rebuilding" at the winter meetings, there actually exists a scenario in which the White Sox contend for the AL Central. The first hurdle? Keep Jake Peavy healthy.

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The Cubs popped up as a rumored destination for Mark Buehrle this winter, but given the backlash he knew he would've received, it didn't sound like he ever considered the North Siders.

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At his introductory press conference with the Marlins Friday, Mark Buehrle said he was anxious, nervous and excited to start the next chapter of his career in Miami.

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The White Sox dealt Sergio Santos to Toronto for Nestor Molina and Mark Buehrle officially left for Miami, all while trade rumors sputtered around John Danks, Gavin Floyd and Carlos Quentin.

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The Minnesota Twins selected White Sox RHP Terry Doyle in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, although if the starter stays on the Twins' roster for all of 2012 it might actually be a good thing.

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The White Sox officially lost Mark Buehrle to the Miami Marlins, where he will reunite with Ozzie Guillen on a four-year, 58 million contract.

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