As A.J. Pierzynski's one-year deal with the Rangers becomes official, Tyler Flowers prepares to prove to the White Sox he's worthy of a starting role.
A.J. Pierzynski is leaving the South Side after eight seasons, and he'll leave behind plenty of memorable moments behind.
With A.J. Pierzynski appears to be off to Texas, only one player from the 2005 White Sox remains on the roster -- and after eight years behind the plate, Pierzynski will give way to Tyler Flowers.
Texas, in need of a left-handed bat, met with free agent A.J. Pierzynski, who said earlier in the offseason he aims to get a fair deal as a free agent.
The White Sox are rumored to still have interest in bringing catcher A.J. Pierzynski next season, but Insider Dan Hayes explains that it would be on their "terms."
Earlier in the offseason, Jeff Keppinger found out he had a broken right fibula, but the White Sox newest addition expects to be ready to go by the time spring training begins.
Infielder Jeff Keppinger officially signed his 3-year, 12-million deal with the White Sox on Monday.
Kansas City dealt top prospects Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi and two other minor leaguers to Tampa Bay for James Shields and Wade Davis, signaling the pitching-starved franchise is eying a run at the playoffs.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn discusses the team's pitching situation and their desire for one more reliever to take the place of Brett Myers.