General managers around the league feel the White Sox will be back in contention in 2013, thanks in part to a solid rotation and reliable bullpen.
With MLB's new international signing restrictions placing a premium on scouting, the White Sox will add five Latin American scouts to Marco Paddy's staff.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn believes that moves may come at a rapid pace with teams "zeroing in" on their options as evidenced by this week's "megatrade" involving the Blue Jays and Marlins.
Chicago Baseball Hot Stove will return for its second second on Comcast SportsNet beginning Tuesday, Nov. 27. Fans can interact with the crew on CSNChicago.com with a LIVE CHAT and by using the hashtag HotStove.
Miguel Cabrera, who became the first MLB Triple Crown winner in 45 years, added another award to his mantel by winning the American League's MVP award Thursday night.
White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf spoke on the biggest problems facing his team at the MLB owners meetings Wednesday and says the organization has adjusted ticket prices for the 2013 season.
Miami's fire sale shipped Mark Buehrle to Toronto, where the left-hander will pitch in an unknown environment for one of the first times in his pro career.
Robin Ventura finished third in AL Manager of the Year voting, with Oakland's Bob Melvin garnering the award released Tuesday.
2012 White Sox first-round pick Courtney Hawkins sits atop Baseball America's top 10 White Sox prospects list.
Although AJ Pierzynski has a strong desire to play for the White Sox in 2013, there are a number of factors that could prohibit that reunion.