White Sox Talk

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The White Sox invited 20 players not already on their 40-man roster to spring training on Thursday. The group includes seven veterans signed to minor league deals, and 13 prospects from within the White Sox farm system; including Trayce Thompson and Carlos Sanchez.

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As John Danks continues his rehab, the White Sox are pleased with the progression he's made, and their pitcher hopes to be ready to go at the start of the season.

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Hector Gimenez is having a really nice season in the Venezuelan Winter League, which bodes well for the White Sox, who are going to rely on the 30-year-old catcher to help back up Tyler Flowers.

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The White Sox entered 2012 as an afterthought in preseason predictions, but were in contention for much of the season thanks to Robin Ventura, Chris Sale and a trio of comeback seasons.

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The Cubs and White Sox are getting new batting practice and spring training hats, going back to the classic look of the contrasting colors on the brim and top of the hat.

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White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf released a statement Wednesday on A.J. Pierzynski's departure and what it means for White Sox fans.

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Legendary skipper Tony La Russa, who managed the 1983 division-winning White Sox, is expected to attend SoxFest 2013, which takes place in late January.

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The panel of Chicago Baseball Hot Stove discuss A.J. Pierzynski signing with the Rangers and the White Sox moving forward with Tyler Flowers as their catcher of the future.

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Cleveland completely overhauled its roster, while Kansas City bolstered its pitching staff, Detroit remained strong and Minnesota began an rebuilding process.

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A.J. Pierzynski's eight-year run with the White Sox has come to an end, so CSN stats guru Chris Kamka takes a look back on his favorite nine moments from Pierzysnki's tenure with the Sox.

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