White Sox Talk

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John Danks began his rehab process three weeks ago and is ready to start throwing breaking balls next week after having surgery on his left shoulder last fall.

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White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd says he putting trade rumors and other noise behind him as he works toward having a more consistent 2013 season.

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White Sox great Frank Thomas is happy to be clear of the skepticism surrounding other players from the steroid era and has no sympathy from PED players.

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Tyler Flowers knows it will be difficult to replace A.J. Pierzynski behind the plate with the White Sox, but he's ready for the opportunity.

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With spring training kicking off in a couple weeks, there's been talk of the White Sox adding a left-handed bat to help the middle of the lineup. But GM Rick Hahn doesn't see any move coming anytime soon.

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Paul Konerko has been hampered by a wrist injury for the past couple seasons, but the White Sox veteran slugger said he feels perfectly fine after a procedure on his wrist in early October.

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With 2013 being the final year of Paul Konerko's contract with the White Sox, Konerko isn't quite sure if he will hang up his cleats after this season, but only wants to focus on the season ahead.

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Matt Lindstrom had his eyes set on the White Sox all winter and finally got a deal done with the team, providing a veteran presence and trusted right-handed option in Robin Ventura's bullpen.

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The White Sox have agreed to terms with right-hander Matt Lindstrom, solidifying their bullpen as they prepare for the 2013 season.

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The White Sox have built some momentum at the box office on the day individual game tickets went on sale, as the fans are showing positive support after a surprising 85-win 2012 campaign.

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