One of the stipulations in Jose Abreu's contract is that he can opt out of the guaranteed salaries for the final three seasons and into arbitration. So what could that mean for the White Sox?
As the Royals and Giants get set to face off in the World Series, CSNChicago.com baseball Insiders Patrick Mooney and Dan Hayes break down the Top 10 Chicago story lines from the Fall Classic.
Jose Abreu clubbed 36 homers as a rookie while setting all kinds of MLB and White Sox records and was honored Monday by the Sporting News as the AL Rookie of the Year.
2yMaybe Brendan Ryan didn't swing at Philip Humber's 3-2 slider. Maybe he did. Either way, the pitch was so far off the plate, that he actually though about swinging at it is the problem.
2yDuring the offseason, Philip Humber was the forgotten man on the White Sox pitching staff, while his teammates were grabbing the headlines. Now, Humber has something that nobody can ever take away: A perfect game.
2yThe official twitter page of the White Sox snapped a photo of Philip Humber admiring today's scoreboard that's, well, perfect.
2yPhilip Humber's pro career began as a hotshot righty fresh off a successful stint at Rice. But things derailed for the righty, and after bouncing between Triple-A and the majors, he finally found his place in Chicago.
2yPhilip Humber became the third White Sox player in history to toss a perfect game, retiring all 27 Mariners he faced Saturday. Humber was efficient, only needing 97 pitches and striking out nine, in the White Sox' 3-0 victory.
2yAdam Dunn, Brent Morel and Gordon Beckham put together solid games for the White Sox in Friday's win over Seattle -- encouraging for three of the team's most important bats.
2yAdam Dunn had his best game of the season, crushing two home runs and driving in five, as the White Sox beat the Mariners, 7-3. Chris Sale picked up the win, going 6.1 innings and striking out 11 batters.
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