Gordon Beckham's eighth inning home run proved to be the game-winner as the White Sox took down the Royals 4-2. Chris Sale gave up two runs and struck out seven in eight innings. Paul Konerko also homered.
Adam Dunn has 31 home runs after 11 last year while Alex Rios is hitting well over .300 after hovering in the low .200s last year. So who should win the AL Comeback Player of the Year award? The CTL panel debates.
From extra rest with a six-man rotation back to the normal five-man rotation and consistent battling through injuries, 2012 hasn't been easy for White Sox starting pitchers. But with the season winding down, the staff is ready to bear down.
After nine days off to rest a fatigued arm, Chris Sale is back on the mound as the White Sox open a three-game series vs. Kansas City. Will A.J. Pierzynski homer in a sixth-straight game? Follow along with In-Game Live.
Alejandro De Aza was a late scratch with a stiff back in Monday night's White Sox lineup. The South Siders begin a three-game set with the Royals tonight at U.S. Cellular Field.
John Danks underwent surgery on his left shoulder Monday morning, in which a capsular tear and minor debridements of his rotator cuff and biceps were repaired. No issues were found with his labrum.
Major League Baseball will not uphold the Angels' appeal of Friday's game against the White Sox, which manager Mike Scioscia protested in the first inning.
Cincinnati continues to run away with the No. 1 spot while the White Sox easily stick in the top 10 of CSNChicago's latest MLB power rankings.
The six-man rotation idea was short lived for the White Sox, who will send Philip Humber to the bullpen and go with a five-man rotation until further notice according to pitching coach Don Cooper.
Francisco Liriano took a grounder off his leg, and despite finishing the fifth inning, could not take the mound again after that. While his start was cut short, the Sox expect the southpaw to make his next scheduled start.