White Sox Talk

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White Sox manager Robin Ventura is feeling happy and confident about heading into his second season with the South Siders.

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Due to the World Baseball Classic, there will be an extra week of spring training, which should help John Danks and Jeff Keppinger while they recover from injuries.

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White Sox Executive Vice President Kenny Williams likes his team's pitching staff, and along with the confidence he has in Tyler Flowers, that's enough for him to believe in their chances to contend in 2013.

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Despite Kenny Williams' son Kyle being sidelined with an injury, the elder Williams will be cheering on the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl in two weeks.

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On Tuesday's edition of Chicago Baseball Hot Stove, White Sox GM Rick Hahn hinted that the team may not be done making moves this offseason and there could be some announcements made at Sox Fest.

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White Sox GM Rick Hahn joins the panel of Chicago Baseball Hot Stove to discuss the progress of John Danks and the possibility of the team adding Matt Lindstrom.

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Robin Ventura feared Jeff Francouer and stealing third base, while was more open to letting his hitters swing away on 3-0 counts than his predecessor -- among other notes from his first year managing the Sox.

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According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, the White Sox and reliever Matt Lindstrom have agreed to a one-year deal pending a physical. The right-hander posted a 2.68 ERA in 47 innings last season.

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The White Sox agreed to deals with Gordon Beckham and Alejandro De Aza, avoiding arbitration with both players and keeping the two core pieces in Chicago for at least another season.

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White Sox players Gordon Beckham and Alejandro De Aza filed for salary arbitration on Thursday. They were the only players on the White Sox 25-man roster eligible for arbitration.

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