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On this edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien talks with CSNChicago.com's Dan Hayes about Tim Anderson's new contract and much more.

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Carlos Rodon will begin the season on the disabled list
White Sox starter Carlos Rodon is expected to begin the season on the disabled list, but will start a two-week throwing program on his injured bicep tendon.
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Nate Jones talks World Baseball Classic with Stone, Benetti
Nate Jones talked about his experience playing in the World Baseball Classic with White Sox announcers Steve Stone and Jason Benetti during Monday's spring training game.
Increased velocity has improved Swarzak's chances of making Sox roster
Anthony Swarzak has seen his fastball velocity jump after moving to the bullpen and it could help him break camp with the White Sox.
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White Sox agree to trade outfielder Peter Bourjos
The White Sox have agreed to trade outfielder Peter Bourjos to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash considerations late Monday, according to multiple major league sources. Bourjos was signed to a minor league...
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Holland ends spring on strong note
Derek Holland put forth his best performance of spring, pitching six strong innings in the White Sox win. 
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Todd Frazier is 'right where I need to be'
Todd Frazier didn't hit great at Camelback Ranch, but the third baseman is working on taking the ball the opposite way. 
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In the Loop: Son of Indians GM spills the beans
A hilarious moment ensued during the Cleveland Indians spring training game involving a 6-year-old spilling the beans over contract negotiations.
Unlikely source spills the beans over Lindor contract
Sources have confirmed that kids really do say the darndest things.  In a spring training game Sunday afternoon, 6-year-old Brody Chernoff, son of Indians general manager Mike Chernoff, spilled the beans on...
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Tilson's foot could keep him out until late May
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Charlie Tilson will spend another three weeks in a walking boot and is likely out until at least the end of May. The White Sox outfielder has been wearing the boot ever since he re-...
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Delmonico takes advantage of fresh start
After off-the-field problems stunted his progression, Nick Delmonico is excited about his new beginning with the White Sox. 
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Covey takes advantage of showcase as White Sox down Indians
Carlos Rodon may start the season the disabled list and that could help open a roster spot for Rule 5 draft pick Dylan Covey.
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Rodon feels reassured after clean MRI
While he still has a second opinion ahead and is likely to start 2017 on the DL, a clean MRI has Carlos Rodon feeling relieved after a bizarre Thursday.
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Robertson, Jones return to White Sox after WBC victory
David Robertson and Nate Jones returned to White Sox camp on Friday morning bearing gold medals from a Team USA WBC title run.
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Quintana gets Opening Day start for White Sox
All-Star pitcher Jose Quintana will expectedly be the Opening Day starter for the White Sox when their season starts April 3.
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Rodon could start season on disabled list
Carlos Rodon was scratched from his spring start Friday and will instead get an MRI, with the White Sox saying he could start the season on the disabled list.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Sox battle A's on CSN
Check out the latest happenings in the Chicago sports world with this edition of the Fast Break Morning Update.
Live on CSN: White Sox face Athletics
The White Sox battle the Oakland Athletics, and you can catch all the action right now on CSN.
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Quintana discusses first spring training start for Sox
Jose Quintana discusses his first start with the White Sox since returning back from the WBC.
ITL: Quintana credits Jimmy Fallon for learning English
Jose Quintana credits Jimmy Fallon for helping him learn English.
STL: Will the Sox trade Jose Quintana before Opening Day?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses what time timeline will be for the White Sox trading Jose Quintana.
Quintana puts on a show in victory over Reds
Jose Quintana put on a show on Thursday, pitching seven scoreless innings against the Reds in a 4-2 White Sox victory at Camelback Ranch. 
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Dan Hayes in the booth to discuss Tim Anderson's extension
Dan Hayes in the booth to discuss Tim Anderson's extension
Tim Anderson's plans after getting first big contract
Tim Anderson's mom only ever wanted one thing if he hit the big time: a Pepsi. Well, the White Sox shortstop will deliver, with a little something extra.
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5 guys to avoid in Fantasy Baseball in 2017
With Fantasy Baseball drafts underway, here are five guys to avoid in 2017 based on outrageous value.
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Gonzalez tagged with two outs in loss to A's
Miguel Gonzalez wasn't too pleased with his second-to-last Cactus League start, but the White Sox starter is ready to get the season going.
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Team USA captures first WBC title
Team USA bested Puerto Rico in blowout fashion on Wednesday night, winning the World Baseball Classic title game by an 8-0 score.
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How Sox, Anderson came to creative contract extension
The White Sox and Tim Anderson agreed to a six-year extension the team classified as a win-win deal. Here's how it all went down.
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STL: Will White Sox trade Jose Quintana soon?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses whether the White Sox will soon trade pitcher Jose Quintana.
Burdi's focus in Sox camp: 'Act like you belong'
White Sox prospect Zack Burdi's focus in camp is to "act like you belong," advice given to him by his older brother.
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Shields looking to rediscover aggressive nature
White Sox pitcher James Shields is looking to put an ugly 2016 season behind him and be the aggressive pitcher he's been in past seasons.
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Jerry Krause's impact on the 2005 White Sox
Jerry Krause is best known for his six championships with the Bulls, but he had an impact on the White Sox World Series championship, too.
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Williams, Hahn on White Sox prospects in spring training
Kenny Williams and Rick Hahn talk about how White Sox prospects played in spring training.
Tim Anderson: 'I'm at a place I want to be'
White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson talks about his contract extension with the team.
Williams on Krause: 'He had a hand in seven championships'
White Sox vice president Kenny Williams talks about former Bulls executive Jerry Krause.
White Sox send top five prospects to minor league camp
As expected, the White Sox sent their top five prospects to minor league camp on Tuesday afternoon after a productive first month of the 2017 season.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Tim Anderson's new deal, 2017 predictions
On this edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien talks with CSNChicago.com's Dan Hayes about Tim Anderson's new contract and much more.
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5 guys to target to win your Fantasy Baseball league in 2017
As Fantasy Baseball drafts get underway for the 2017 season, here are five guys to target to help you win your league.
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Anderson, Sox reach agreement on extension
Tim Anderson and the White Sox reached an agreement on an extension that could keep the shortstop in Chicago through age 31.
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Lopez pitches six scoreless innings in loss to Giants
Reynaldo Lopez delivered his best outing of what has been a very productive spring with six scoreless innings at Camelback Ranch on Monday.
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Bo Jackson detects 'big change' in Sox clubhouse this spring
Making his annual visit to White Sox camp, Bo Jackson said Monday morning that he detects a different energy under manager Rick Renteria.
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Sox, Anderson discussing contract extension
Tim Anderson and the White Sox are discussing a contract extension for the second-year shortstop, according to an MLB report.
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Personal reasons keeping Tim Anderson out of White Sox lineup
Tim Anderson hasn't played in a Cactus League game since Friday and remains sidelined for mysterious reasons.
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Rodon outstanding in 2017 debut as White Sox top Angels
Carlos Rodon allowed only one hit and fanned five batters in four scoreless innings in his 2017 Cactus League debut.
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Cody Asche has already settled in with White Sox
After six seasons in Philadelphia, White Sox outfielder Cody Asche has been surprised with how well he's fit in the clubhouse.
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Renteria ejected in loss to Dodgers
Rick Renteria was not happy with the strike zone on Saturday. So much so, that the manager got the boot for arguing. 
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Jacob May gives White Sox glimpse of skillset
Jacob May's injuries have kept him off the White Sox roster in the past, but this could be the season he breaks through with Eaton gone. 
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Jose Quintana makes most of minor league appearance
Eight days after he dominated Team USA for Colombia, Jose Quintana did his most extensive work since returning to the White Sox.
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Holland talks about his start against the Cubs
White Sox pitcher Derek Holland on his progression this spring and how his start against the Cubs went on Friday.
Kopech dominates Cubs in relief
Michael Kopech prefers to be a starting pitcher, but he showed what he can do out of the bullpen Friday in the Cactus League against the Cubs.
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SportsTalk Live: How long will the Sox hang on to Quintana?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses the long-term White Sox future for Jose Quintana.
Rodon to make first Cactus League start Sunday
Carlos Rodon's Cactus League debut has had to wait, but that wait will come to an end Sunday. He is set to start against the Angels.
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For Omar Narvaez, knowledge is power
White Sox catcher Omar Narvaez had made it a habit of utilizing all the information and statistics available at the major league level.
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White Sox-Cubs spring training on CSN
The White Sox host the Cubs in the second of two spring training games between the two Chicago baseball teams and the game is live on CSN.
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Moncada belts pair of homers in Sox win over Royals
Yoan Moncada's offensive work yielded its biggest benefits to date on Wednesday as he hit his first and second homers of the spring.
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Quintana on WBC: 'I was really happy to be there'
Jose Quintana talks about his experience at the World Baseball Classic.
Gonzalez, Quintana rejoin Sox after entertaining week at WBC
Miguel Gonzalez and Jose Quintana are back with the White Sox after an entertaining week at the World Baseball Classic.
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White Sox taking a big picture approach to evaluating Yoan Moncada
The White Sox are hardly concerned with Yoan Moncada's Cactus League struggles at the plate. 
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How 'Saved by the Bell' shaped the course of Zack Collins' life
Zack Collins has never seen an episode of "Saved by the Bell," but that hasn't changed the fact the White Sox prospect's whole life has been shaped by the show.
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White Sox notes: Giolito struggles, Rodon progresses, Quintana returns
Lucas Giolito didn't make it out of the first inning in his Tuesday start against the Seattle Mariners. 
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Jose Quintana dominates at World Baseball Classic
Check out the latest headlines from spring training at White Sox camp with our latest White Sox Talk Podcast.
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Giolito looks back on MLB debut with Nationals
White Sox pitching prospect Lucas Giolito talks about what his mindset was when he took the mound for his MLB debut with the Washington Nationals last year.
White Sox OF Charlie Tilson faces tough reality of spring training injury
Charlie Tilson will begin the season on the disabled list after being shut down for at least three weeks on Monday. 
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Keeping it 100: What's it like to throw a 100 mph pitch?
Michael Kopech, Zack Burdi and Reynaldo Lopez all have thrown 100 mile per hour pitches, and describe what it's like to throw a ball that fast. 
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14-run 9th pays off for Moncada, Davidson
Yoan Moncada and Matt Davidson were a combined 0-8 with eight strikeouts heading into the ninth inning Sunday night. 
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Sox looking at OF options with Tilson beginning 2017 on DL
Charlie Tilson will begin the 2017 season on the disabled list, so the White Sox will have to look elsewhere to find their Opening Day center fielder. 
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White Sox, Modelo Especial announce multi-year partnership agreement
The White Sox and Modelo Especial announced a multi-year partnership agreement on Monday.
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Holland impressed by young Sox starters
Derek Holland has been impressed with what he's seen from Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo Lopez, Michael Kopech and the White Sox other young starters. 
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Sunday dispatches from Camelback Ranch
The White Sox scored 14 runs in a laughable ninth inning during Sunday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. 
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Kopech eager, but trusts in patience
The White Sox will be patient with Michael Kopech, who both trusts in that plan and is eager to prove himself worthy of being a major leaguer. 
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Kopech on Sunday's spring training outing
White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech discusses his spring training pitching performance on Sunday.
Charlie Tilson's foot still a bother
Charlie Tilson suffered an apparent setback Sunday as he works his way back from a stress reaction in his right foot. 
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Saturday notes from White Sox camp
The White Sox like how Yoan Moncada is critical of himself, plus there was a historical curiosity during Saturday's White Sox-Rangers game. 
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White Sox not surprised by Jose Quintana's dazzling WBC debut
Jose Quintana took a no-hitter into the sixth inning against the United States Friday night. 
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Carlos Rodon inches forward after second BP session
Carlos Rodon threw 48 pitches in three batting practice sessions on Saturday and likely will pitch in a simulated game next week. 
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Sox notes: Lopez sharp, Moncada breaks out
Reynaldo Lopez sliced through Milwaukee's lineup on Friday while Yoan Moncada launched a two-run double. 
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Collins leaves positive impression on Renteria
Zack Collins was reassigned to minor league camp on Friday, but left a positive impression on manager Rick Renteria. 
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Renteria on Zack Collins: 'His approach is very good'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about managing his pitching staff and Zack Collins' plate appearances this spring.
Saladino catching on in Sox camp
Tyler Saladino wants to be the best emergency catcher he can be as he works a little behind the plate at Camelback Ranch. 
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White Sox make first roster cuts
2016 first-round pick Zack Collins was among five players reassigned to minor league camp on Friday. 
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Giolito: 'I'm enjoying working with Coop a lot'
White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito talked about how he's adjusting to the White Sox and working with pitching coach Don Cooper.
Tyler Saladino expanding his utility?
The already-versatile Tyler Saladino caught prospect Spencer Adams' bullpen session on Thursday. 
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Moncada: You have to wait for your time
White Sox prospect Yoan Moncada talks about his approach to spring training.
Moncada taking the right approach
Yoan Moncada hasn't had much on-field success, but behind the scenes, the White Sox have liked what they've seen. 
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From the late '90s to 2017, White Sox hope young clubhouse can foster development
The late 1990's White Sox grew up together and won a division title in 2000. Can the 2017 White Sox follow a similar outline?
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Sox eyeing fifth or sixth game for Rodon's debut
As the White Sox methodically prepare Carlos Rodon for 2017, they're targeting the fifth or sixth game of the season for his first start. 
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Renteria: Rodon may debut in fifth or sixth game
White Sox manager Rick Renteria gives the latest updates on Carlos Rodon and Todd Frazier.
Rodon on how he's throwing during spring training
White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon talked about how he is progressing this spring.
Konerko says life after playing career is all about the kids
Paul Konerko talked about what he has been up to since ending his playing career.
A 'much deserved' honor
Mark Buehrle will join Paul Konerko in having his jersey retired by the White Sox, which Konerko said is a well-earned honor for the left-hander. 
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Saladino, and his mustache, are becoming fan favorites
Tyler Saladino's mustache is growing so long players on opposing teams are grabbing it, but it has sparked interest among fans as well.
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Zack Collins wants to be White Sox catcher of the future
While his bat gets rave reviews, scouts aren't sold on Zack Collins' abilities behind the plate. But Collins is working to prove them wrong.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Garfien 1-on-1 with Burdi
On this episode of the White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien interviews White Sox pitching prospect and Downers Grove product Zack Burdi.
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Danny Hayes embraces big opportunity in Sox camp
Danny Hayes is embracing his big opportunity at White Sox camp, hitting .357/.438/.643 with a three-run double and a two-run homer in 14 at-bats.
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Shields struggles after strong start in Sox loss
James Shields featured a strong fastball early Monday before he struggled in his final inning of work in a 6-5 White Sox loss.
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Shields: 'I thought I was decent'
White Sox pitcher James Shields reacts to his outing on Monday.
White Sox pitchers head out to World Baseball Classic
Five White Sox pitchers are heading out for this week's start of the World Baseball Classic, and they're thrilled to be pitching for their countries.
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Sox prefer 'controlled environment' for Kopech's next turn
Michael Kopech's next outing has been rescheduled for a "more controlled environment," manager Rick Renteria said Sunday.
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Reynaldo Lopez looks sharp in loss to D-backs
Reynaldo Lopez put together an outstanding performance Sunday in his second start of the spring, despite the White Sox losing 4-1 to Arizona.
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Jones likes the future of the White Sox
At just 31, Nate Jones is the longest tenured member of the White Sox. And he likes the look of the youngsters coming up the ranks.
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Covey part of 'interesting mix' of players vying for spot with White Sox
Dylan Covey was the White Sox's Rule 5 draft pick and is fighting to make the team. He pitched two scoreless inning on Friday.
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Giolito delivers three scoreless innings in White Sox victory
Lucas Giolito continued his spring with a three-inning start against the Los Angeles Angels.
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Plaudits continue to pour in for White Sox farm system
The White Sox bolstered the farm system in the offseason and it continues to get recognition from national outlets.
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Rodon likes White Sox plan to help deal with fatigue
Carlos Rodon is trying to avoid late season fatigue while he builds up to being a 200-inning pitcher.
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Abreu happy to be back in camp after federal testimony
Jose Abreu returned to the White Sox after testifying in a federal trial in Miami.
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White Sox being cautious with Carlos Rodon
They’re being cautious after he experienced fatigue in 2016, but as long as Carlos Rodon remains on track the White Sox expect he’ll be ready for the regular season.
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Lawrie's departure paves way for Moncada
The White Sox waived Brett Lawrie, which opens things up a bit more at second base for top prospect Yoan Moncada to get to the majors.
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SportsTalk Live: Brett Lawrie released and Carlos Rodon hurt
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses the latest from White Sox spring training.
Hahn comments on Brett Lawrie release
White Sox GM Rick Hahn talks about the difficult decision of releasing Brett Lawrie, and remains committed to giving his young players a chance to play every day.
Hahn on Abreu: His family is a priority
White Sox GM Rick Hahn talks about Jose Abreu's testimony, and whether it distracted him last year.
White Sox release Brett Lawrie
The White Sox announced the release of infielder Brett Lawrie on Friday. Lawrie, battling health issues, hadn't played since July.
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Holland pitches two scoreless innings in first action for White Sox
Derek Holland pitched two scoreless innings against the San Francisco Giants in an 8-6 win on Thursday.
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Healthy international program could be big for Sox
The White Sox reportedly have strong interest in Cuban outfielder Luis Robert, which is a sign about the strength of its Latin American program.
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SportsTalk Live: Could Jose Quintana head to Boston?
Boston might be looking for another starting pitcher after David Price's injury. The SportsTalk Live panel discusses if Jose Quintana would be a good fit.
Nate Jones: 'Just be sore for a couple days'
White Sox reliever Nate Jones talks about feeling sore after taking a comebacker off his knee in Wednesday's spring training game.
Nate Jones sore after close call, plans to play in WBC
White Sox reliever Nate Jones was sore a day after taking a comebacker off his knee, but he doesn't expect to miss the World Baseball Classic.
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MLB announces rule changes for 2017 season
Major League Baseball and the MLBPA officially announced a handful of rule changes — or "modifications," as the press release called them — that will go into effect for the 2017 season.
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Shields: 'I'm not really worried about last season'
James Shields talks about his 2017 debut and discusses how he's forgetting about his rough start in a White Sox jersey.
Shields makes debut in White Sox victory
James Shields pitched solid in his 2017 debut, allowing one run and two hits in the White Sox win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. 
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Abreu testifies in Cuban ballplayer smuggling operation trial
Jose Abreu testified to a Miami federal jury on Wednesday in a Cuban ballplayer smuggling operation, according to the Associated Press.
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Cooper sees positives after prospects' first outings
Don Cooper watched film of his two young pitching prospects and found some positives from Michael Kopech's and Reynaldo Lopez's first outings.
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Lopez struggles early, but White Sox top Reds
Reynaldo Lopez allowed five earned runs and four hits in 1 1/3 innings before the White Sox rallied for a 10-9 win over the Reds at Goodyear, Ariz.
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SportsTalk Live: Over/under wins for Cubs and White Sox
The SportsTalk Live panel weighs in on the over/under for the Cubs and White Sox win total set by Bovada.
Kopech frustrated with first step in quest to prove White Sox right
Michael Kopech was fairly upset with his performance Tuesday given how much he wants to make the White Sox look wise for their investment.
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Kopech frustrated after rough start in White Sox debut
Michael Kopech was frustrated after making his White Sox debut in a spring training game against the Mariners on Tuesday.
Ex-teammates glad White Sox set to retire Buehrle's number
Paul Konerko, Jim Thome and Gordon Beckham are happy to see the White Sox opt to retire Mark Buehrle's No. 56 on June 24.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Anderson gives revealing interview
In this episode of the White Sox Talk Podcast, shortstop Tim Anderson joins and talks about his first season with the team.
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Fast Break Morning Update: White Sox, Cubs meet in spring training
In this edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the White Sox and Cubs tied in spring training and the Bears reportedly won't franchise tag Alshon Jeffery.
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In the Loop: Whisper Challenge
Luke Stuckmeyer and Leila Rahimi play a Chicago sports version of the Whisper Challenge.
Improved defense high on Moncada's list this spring
Yoan Moncada made a diving stop for a double play in Monday's spring training game against the Cubs, showing some payoff for the work he has put in defensively.
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Giolito debuts for White Sox in tie against Cubs
Lucas Giolito started and pitched two innings in the 4-4 tie between the White Sox and Cubs in spring training.
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Facing his former team, Renteria happy with Sox
Rick Renteria has no hard feelings toward the Cubs, squaring off against his former team for the first time in a 4-4 tie Tuesday at Sloan Park.
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Giolito: It's awesome to test your stuff against the best
White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito talked about his start against the Cubs in spring training.
Renteria keeping perspective on his history with Cubs
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses his relationship with the Cubs organization after he was fired two seasons ago.
Sox enjoying Renteria's morning meetings
Rick Renteria has begun using team-building exercises as part of his morning meetings, and the White Sox are buying in.
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White Sox pitchers look sharp in win over Rockies
White Sox pitchers headed for the World Baseball Classic looked well prepared in the team's 7-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday.
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Quintana, Gonzalez on spring training debuts
Jose Quintana and Miguel Gonzalez pitched well in their first spring training game for the White Sox.
Thome: Getting into HOF would be indescribable
Former White Sox slugger Jim Thome is honored by being named a 2018 finalist for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
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Lawrie trying to clear final hurdles
Brett Lawrie is healing properly from a series of leg injuries that shortened his 2016 campaign, but he's not yet ready to go full-speed at White Sox spring training.
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Discomfort sidelines Brett Lawrie
The White Sox held Brett Lawrie out Saturday after he reported discomfort in the same left leg that sidelined him for the final 2 1/2 months of 2016.
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Collins, Moncada play as White Sox fall to Dodgers
Zack Collins and Yoan Moncada saw their first action with the White Sox in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch.
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Alterations have Carson Fulmer comfortable, 'in the moment'
Tired of struggling, White Sox prospect Carson Fulmer made some pitching adjustments which makes him feel more comfortable.
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Fulmer: 'I felt really really good'
Carson Fulmer talks about pitching two scoreless innings in the White Sox spring training opener.
Mark Buehrle 'floored' White Sox will retire his number
Even though he's one of the most popular players in club history, Mark Buehrle was surprised when the White Sox informed him of their plans to retire his number.
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Carson Fulmer to start for White Sox in exhibition opener
Carson Fulmer will get the start for the White Sox in Saturday's spring training opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Ode to Mark Buehrle
In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey talk about Mark Buehrle's jersey retirement with Mark's father.
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White Sox not overly concerned about Frazier's injury
He hasn't offered a timeline for how long he'll be out, but Rick Renteria doesn't seem to think Todd Frazier will miss too much time with a left oblique strain.
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Don Cooper on Mark Buehrle's number being retired
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper discusses Mark Buehrle's jersey being retired.
Burdi discusses being present at Buehrle's perfect game
White Sox prospect Zack Burdi talks about being in attendance at Mark Buehrle's perfect game in 2009.
Zack Burdi: Mark Buehrle's perfect game was 'electric moment'
Even though he was only 14, Zack Burdi remembers all the emotions he experienced when he went to Mark Buehrle's perfect game.
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White Sox rebuild offers 'leeway' for Lucas Giolito
After a disappointing 2016 season in the Washington Nationals organization, Lucas Giolito is excited for a fresh start with the White Sox.
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Ranking the five best games Mark Buehrle pitched with the White Sox
Mark Buehrle will have his number retired this summer, so we're looking back at the five best starts he had with the White Sox. 
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White Sox will retire Mark Buehrle's number in June
The White Sox will retire Mark Buehrle's number June 24 to honor the southpaw for his 12 years on the South Side.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Frazier sidelined at Sox camp
In the latest edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, Todd Frazier is sidelined with an injury at White Sox camp.
Frazier on oblique strain: It's not anything to mess with
White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier weighs in on his strained left oblique.
Ex-White Sox Jesse Crain hosting charity event featuring Paul Konerko, George Brett
Ex-White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain is hosting a local charity golfing event featuring Paul Konerko, Matt Thornton and Hall of Famer George Brett among others.
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Todd Frazier out with left oblique strain
White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier has been sidelined with a left oblique strain and his return has been described as day-to-day.
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Lighter Avisail Garcia wants to show White Sox his best
Aviail Garcia is focused on his offseason program to have himself ready for what is likely his last chance to prove to the White Sox he belongs.
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In the Loop: Kenny Williams has found right balance as VP
White Sox vice president Kenny Williams says he's found the right balance in his role.
Lopez impressing Sox: 'He's got some stuff'
Reynaldo Lopez hasn't garnered as much attention as Lucas Giolito or Michael Kopech. But baseball's No. 31 prospect has plenty to offer to the White Sox.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: 1-on-1 with Ken Williams
CSN's Chuck Garfien sits down with executive VP Ken Williams to discuss Chris Sale, the Sox rebuild and more in this White Sox Talk Podcast.
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Who's on the White Sox Mount Rushmore?
Who's on the White Sox Mount Rushmore?
SportsTalk Live: Chuck Garfien on chat with Kenny Williams
CSN's Chuck Garfien joins SportsTalk Live to talk about his interview with White Sox executive VP Kenny Williams.
SportsTalk Live: Is Renteria perfect manager for White Sox?
CSN's Chuck Garfien joins the SportsTalk Live panel to talk White Sox, and the outlook heading into the season.
Bourjos eyes role with White Sox
Peter Bourjos knows there's an opportunity with the White Sox, which is why the Chicago native signed a minor-league deal this offseason.
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Gio, Geo and Gio
Giovanni Soto and Geovany Soto on the same team is trouble enough. Throw in Lucas Giolito, who teammates call Gio, and it's the White Sox version of "Who's on First?"
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Charlie Tilson calls foot injury a 'minor thing'
White Sox outfielder Charlie Tilson talks about his foot injury that will keep him out for some of spring training.
Abreu talks about learning from his early 2016 struggles
Jose Abreu talks to reporters through a translator and says he learned from his slow start in 2016 and that it will help him in 2017.
Abreu ready for 2017 after season full of 'different challenges'
Jose Abreu said he never experienced struggles like he has last season. Abreu thinks what he learned will help him in 2017.
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Tilson out with foot injury
Charlie Tilson will miss at least 10 days after suffering a stress reaction in his right foot on Friday.
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CSN's Dan Hayes meets the White Sox Dan Hayes
CSN's Dan Hayes, meet White Sox first baseman Dan Hayes. Chuck Garfien introduced us to the funniest storyline at Sox spring training.
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Is Sox clubhouse big enough for two Dan Hayes?
CSN's Chuck Garfien talks to the two Dan Hayes in the White Sox organization.
Renteria: Communication will be key to White Sox
Rick Renteria discusses how the White Sox are preparing for the upcoming season with a host of young players.
Lawrie: Young players 'got a lot of young talent'
Brett Lawrie discusses how the young talent is going to help the White Sox move forward this season.
Moncada working to learn White Sox culture
Yoan Moncada feels right at home with the White Sox as he learns how his new teammates and coaching staff work.
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Step in right direction has Brett Lawrie back after injury
White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie has no doubt that last season’s injury woes were all because of the shoes.
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In the Loop: White Sox spring training report
In the Loop checks in with the White Sox rebuild project down in Arizona.
Frazier focused on building off 2016
With free agency looming, Todd Frazier is remaining focused on building off career highs in home runs and RBIs. 
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Saladino on rebuild, 2017 outlook
Tyler Saladino wasn't hesitant about calling the front office's moves a rebuild at Spring Training Friday.
Hayes discusses Carlos Rodon's slow start to Spring Training
Dan Hayes discusses the way the White Sox are handling Carlos Rodon at Spring Training.
Saladino's mustache game is stronger than ever
Tyler Saladino discusses the mustache competition in the White Sox locker room.
Frazier: 'I think it's gonna be a promising year'
Todd Frazier discusses the team's outlook as Spring Training heats up in Arizona.
Carlos Rodon OK with slow start to spring training
Carlos Rodon will get eased into spring training, a plan he's all right with after it worked for Chris Sale a season ago.
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Podcast: Rick Hahn talks White Sox rebuild
With spring training underway, Chuck Garfien speaks with Rick Hahn in Glendale, Ariz., about the White Sox rebuild and the team's future.
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Yoan Moncada's two-year-old son has already nailed the bat flip
White Sox No. 1 prospect Yoan Moncada's baseball prowess is already rubbing off on his two-year-old son.
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White Sox prospect Michael Kopech is hair today, focused on tomorrow
After trimming down a mane he'd grown for more than 18 months, White Sox prospect Michael Kopech is also making adjustments on the field in his first week of big league camp.
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SportsTalk Live: Dan Hayes on latest White Sox news
White Sox Insider Dan Hayes joins SportsTalk Live from Arizona to report on the latest White Sox news.
Shields embraces White Sox rebuild as he tries to rebound
James Shields is trying to bounce back from a disappointing 2016 while the White Sox build for the future.
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Dallas Green's letter to 11-year-old Rick Hahn
Rick Hahn was a Cubs fan when he was a kid, and he wrote a letter to then-GM Dallas Green suggesting some moves. Green wrote back.
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Carlos Rodon to start throwing for White Sox on Friday
Carlos Rodon’s throwing program is expected to begin on Friday after a slight planned delay.
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Rick Hahn shares childhood letter from Cubs GM Dallas Green
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn shared a letter he received as a kid from former Cubs general manager Dallas Green.
Anderson: 'It's gonna be a lot of fun on the South Side'
Tim Anderson talks about what he improved on during the offseason, and being a part of the White Sox future.
White Sox believe they have enough to win
Tim Anderson, James Shields and Derek Holland talk about being a part of the White Sox rebuild.
Shields: 'I had a good offseason'
James Shields talks about working hard to bounce back from a difficult season, and what he improved on in the offseason.
Carlos Sanchez on changing name to Yolmer
Carlos Sanchez talks about changing his name to Yolmer, which is his first name.
Cory Luebke gets to White Sox camp on time
White Sox pitcher Cory Luebke brought his wife and newborn son home from the hospital then made the cross-country drive to spring training.
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White Sox announce 2017 broadcast schedule
The White Sox announced their 2017 broadcast schedule Thursday, with CSN airing 106 games during a campaign that figures to feature many exciting young players.
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In The Loop: Zack Burdi looking forward to Cubs-White Sox
White Sox prospect Zack Burdi has a lot of friends who grew up Cubs fans, and he's looking forward to the crosstown rivalry.
Holland: 'We've had a great time so far'
Derek Holland talks about getting accustomed to his new team in the White Sox after the second day of spring training.
Holland looks for perfect balance of fun, success
Derek Holland knows it's an important season for him personally, but he's also trying to keep it loose inside a young White Sox clubhouse.
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SportsTalk Live: Jimmy Rollins recalls White Sox drama
The SportsTalk Live panel talks about Jimmy Rollins' comments recalling the the White Sox drama that occurred last spring training.
Sale 'learned from' jersey-cutting incident
Chris Sale responded to Boston media members on Wednesday about his fiery personality and infamous jersey-cutting incident.
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Sale: Jersey-cutting 'something I learned from'
Chris Sale talks to Boston media about his intensity as well as what he learned from about the infamous jersey-cutting incident with the White Sox.
Quintana on trade rumors: I don't have control over that
Jose Quintana talks about trying to block out the trade rumors at White Sox spring training.