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Avisail Garcia moves up in final days of All-Star Game voting
Avisail Garcia has moved up to fifth among outfielders in the latest All-Star voting update, released by the MLB on Tuesday.
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Derek Holland's impressive first five home starts
Derek Holland's first five home starts have him in good company in White Sox history.
White Sox Morning Update: A's sweep Sox after late rally
In this edition of the White Sox Morning Update, the White Sox bullpen faltered in a 5-3 loss to the A's.
In The Loop: The best of the Buehrle ceremony
Check out an edited version of the Mark Buehrle ceremony from Guaranteed Rate Field on Saturday.
Holland not satisfied despite strong start
Derek Holland pitched well on Sunday, but he still believes he can do more to help the team. 
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Renteria: 'Nobody is going to feel sorry for us'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the team's busy stretch of games and fighting fatigue.
Renteria: 'Our bullpen is doing a great job'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the bullpen after the White Sox blew a late lead against the A's in a 5-3 loss.
Sox swept by A's
Tommy Kahnle had some tough breaks on Sunday as the White Sox were swept by the Oakland A's at Guaranteed Rate Field. 
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As MLB addresses long games, Mark Buehrle’s fast pace worth highlighting
Mark Buehrle worked faster than any pitcher in the last 10 years, and if more pitchers were like him, baseball wouldn't have a pace-of-play problem. 
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Rodon to make season debut this week
Carlos Rodon is back with the White Sox and will make his season debut this week, manager Rick Renteria said on Sunday.
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Wake-up Call: Mark Buehrle goes down in White Sox history
In today's edition of the Wake-up Call, Mark Buehrle officially went down in White Sox history when he had his number retired.
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Sox upset by call that led to ejections
Rick Renteria and Todd Frazier voiced real displeasure after they were both ejected arguing a challenged call in Saturday's loss to the A's.
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Mark Buehrle surprised on his big day
Mark Buehrle received a unique artifact on Saturday, getting back the ball that he flipped through his legs to Paul Konerko on 2010 Opening Day.
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Frazier on ejection: 'They made the wrong call'
Todd Frazier explains why he was ejected in Saturday's game.
Shields: 'I didn't do my job'
James Shields talks about his outing in the White Sox 10-2 loss to the A's.
Renteria: 'Todd was just expressing some frustration'
Rick Renteria reacts to being ejected for the third straight home game in the White Sox 10-2 loss to the A's on Saturday.
White Sox PGL: Crushed on Mark Buehrle Day
The White Sox Postgame Live crew breaks down the club's 10-2 loss to the Athletics on Saturday.
Buehrle describes 'amazing feeling'
Mark Buehrle said his jersey retirement ceremony still "doesn't make sense," but that the special day created an amazing feeling for the Sox legend.
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Shields makes history in loss to Athletics
James Shields reached a career milestone on a day he'd like to forget. The White Sox were crushed, 10-2, by the Athletics. 
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Watch Mark Buehrle's jersey retirement speech
Hear Mark Buehrle's jersey retirement speech from U.S. Cellular Field.
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Jason, Steve share Mark Buerhle thoughts
Hear from Jason Benetti and Steve Stone as they share thoughts on the end of Mark Buerhle's No. 56 retirement ceremony.
White Sox present Mark Buerhle with gifts
Check out the gifts the White Sox bestowed on Mark Buehrle as they retire his No. 56
Fan gives back Buehrle's ball from "The Flip"
Check out Tommy Maloney giving Mark Buehrle back the ball that the Sox pitcher flipped through his legs to Paul Konerko.
Mark Buehrle's entire number retirement speech
Hear from Mark Buehrle as he thanks friends, family and the White Sox during his jersey number retirement.
Mark Buehrle goes 1-on-1 with Chuck
Mark Buehrle goes 1-on-1 with Chuck to discuss some of his fondest memories playing with the White Sox.
Buehrle's not about Chicago's 16-inch softball life
Mark Buehrle told a large Guaranteed Rate Field crowd that there was nowhere else he'd rather play baseball than on the South Side of Chicago. But that doesn't apply to softball apparently.  After getting...
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Rodon's next start could be with White Sox
After another rehab start in Triple-A Charlotte Friday, Rick Renteria thinks it may finally be time for Carlos Rodon's return. 
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Anderson receives brutal birthday present
Tim Anderson received a special birthday gift on Friday, an ejection. 
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Exclusive interview with Mark Buehrle
On the latest edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien goes 1-on-1 with Mark Buehrle.
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Renteria: Umpires need to have thicker skin
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses the team's 3-0 loss to the Minnesota Twins.
Pelfrey: 'I don't think I did a lot to be successful'
White Sox pitcher Mike Pelfrey discusses his outing after the team lost to the Athletics.
Anderson on ejection: 'It was a birthday gift'
Tim Anderson discusses his first career ejection after the White Sox were shut out by the A's.
For Buehrle, jersey retirement 'doesn't really make sense'
Mark Buehrle still can't quite wrap his mind around becoming the 11th player to have his jersey retired by the White Sox on Saturday. 
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Preview: Mark Buehrle Day on CSN
It's Mark Buehrle Day at Guaranteed Rate Field, and you can catch all the action on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App. 
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PGL: Sox exhausted from trip, lose to A's
The panel talks about the tough loss for the White Sox against the Oakland A's Friday night
White Sox offense can't stay hot in loss to A's
The White Sox couldn't maintain the offensive display of a night ago in 3-0 loss to Oakland on Friday.
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Don Cooper remembers what made Mark Buehrle so special 
Don Cooper had a front-row seat to Mark Buehrle's brilliance with the White Sox and on Friday waxed poetic about the reliable starter. 
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Buehrle 'losing sleep' thinking about retirement speech
Mark Buehrle talks about how special his jersey retirement ceremony is and how he's feeling leading up to the big day
Adam Engel making the most of his opportunity with White Sox
White Sox prospect and 25-year-old outfielder Adam Engel is making the most out of his second opportunity with the team.
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Buehrle: Winning the World Series was proudest moment
Mark Buehrle discusses what he's most proud of as a member of the White Sox.
Buehrle: 'It's gonna be awesome' to get jersey retired
Mark Buehrle discusses the honor of getting his jersey retired.
Buehrle on pace: 'Some of these games do get too long'
Mark Buehrle, the legend of quick games, discusses why baseball's pace needs to improve.
Buehrle: Family was important factor in retirement
Former White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle discusses what went in to his decision to retire.
Mark Buehrle relishing life after baseball, and his new softball position
Mark Buehrle is loving life as a family man in St. Louis -- and also as the first baseman and cleanup hitter for his beer league softball team. 
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White Sox Minor League Report: Adolfo tapping into potential
As part of a weekly series, presented by Ozinga, CSNChicago.com will highlight the top performances of several prospects in a weekly minor league report.
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Mark Buehrle confirms 'that' rumor from Game 3 of the 2005 World Series
In an article on the Players Tribune, former White Sox ace Mark Buehrle copped to having a few beers before saving Game 3 of the 2005 World Series. 
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56 reasons why White Sox fans love Mark Buehrle
As the White Sox get set to retire Mark Buehrle's jersey, check out 56 reasons why White Sox fans love Buehrle.
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White Sox Morning Update: Quintana deals in win over Twins
In today's edition of the White Sox Morning Update, Jose Quintana shined in a 9-0 win over the Twins.
ITL: Reliving Mark Buehrle's ridiculous web gem
Leading up to Saturday's Mark Buehrle day, relive his awesome threw the legs play on Opening Day in 2010.
Preview: White Sox kick off homestand vs. A's on CSN
The White Sox take on the Oakland Athletics tonight, and you can catch all the action on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.
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How White Sox managed record-setting rain delay
White Sox players found myriad ways to keep themselves occupied during Thursday’s draining 4-hour, 50-minute rain delay -- the longest in Twins history.
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Quintana on rain delay: 'I watched almost two movies'
White Sox starter Jose Quintana breaks down his dominant changeup and keeping ready after a long rain delay.
Renteria on responding to a tough five-hour rain delay
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses Jose Quintana's dominant performance and sitting through a long rain delay.
Frazier: 'We turned it on at the right moment'
White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier discusses the team's lopsided win over the Twins on Thursday.
PGL: Sox handle long rain delay, crush Twins
The White Sox Postgame Live crew discusses the team's offensive outburst in a 9-0 win over the Twins on Thursday.
Quintana is back
Jose Quintana was dominant on Thursday, pitching six-plus innings in the White Sox 9-0 win over the Minnesota Twins. 
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Sox will give Anderson freedom to make mistakes
The White Sox don't have any plans to demote Tim Anderson to the minors and will let him make mistakes at the big league level.
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Renteria analyzes Anderson's struggles in 2017
White Sox manager Rick Renteria analyzes Tim Anderson's struggles this season.
Narvaez reacts to White Sox 4-2 loss to Twins
Omar Narvaez reacts to the White Sox 4-2 loss to the Twins on Wednesday night.
Holmberg would like to go deeper in starts
David Holmberg talks about his outing in the White Sox 4-2 loss to the Twins on Wednesday.
Renteria talks about White Sox 4-2 loss to Twins
Rick Renteria addresses the media following the White Sox 4-2 loss to the Twins on Wednesday night.
PGL: White Sox fall to Twins, lose third straight game
The Postgame Live crew reacts to the White Sox 4-2 loss to the Twins on Wednesday.
Twins showed exactly what White Sox could use most right now
The White Sox lost their third straight game on Wednesday night, losing 4-2 to the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
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What Avisail Garcia has learned from watching Abreu, Cabrera
White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia has learned a lot from watching fellow teammates Jose Abreu and Melky Cabrera.
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In The Loop: Chuck and Bill on Mark Buehrle's home run
CSN's Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton talk about Mark Buehrle's lone career home run.
SportsTalk Live: Are White Sox trades coming soon?
Now that the amateur draft is over, are trades coming for the White Sox? The SportsTalk Live panel debates.
White Sox sign top two draft picks
The White Sox signed top draft picks Gavin Sheets and Jake Burger on Wednesday afternoon.
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Avisail Garcia: 'We just gotta keep our heads up'
White Sox outfield Avisail Garcia talks about his performance in a 9-7 loss to the Twins.
Renteria: 'I wish I could explain' Abreu's home/road splits
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the 9-7 loss to the Twins.
Holland: 'It was a pretty embarrassing performance'
White Sox pitcher Derek Holland talks about his start in a 9-7 loss to the Twins.
In The Loop: Mark Buehrle's save in the 2005 World Series
Bill Melton and Chuck Garfien talk about Mark Buehrle's save in the 2005 World Series and the crazy story surrounding it.
White Sox-Twins tonight on CSN
The White Sox continue the series in Minnesota tonight on CSN and also live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.
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Holland gets hit hard in White Sox loss
Derek Holland was hit hard early and the White Sox never fully recovered as they lost 9-7 to the Twins on Tuesday night.
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Where White Sox catchers stand with plate collision rule
White Sox catchers Kevan Smith and Omar Narvaez and manager Rick Renteria share their thoughts on the plate collision rule.
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Renteria shares thoughts on catcher rule during collisions
White Sox manager Rick Renteria shares his thoughts on the catcher rule during collisions.
Adam Engel on becoming a father, Kevan Smith on catcher rule
Adam Engel talks about becoming a father and Kevan Smith shares his thoughts on the catcher rule during plate collisions.
Engel had life-changing event after he was sent down
He only was gone for 11 days, but in between, White Sox prospect Adam Engel became a father for the first time.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Pierzynski tell Buehrle stories
In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, A.J. Pierzynski talks with Chuck Garfien about one of the best pitchers in franchise history and much more.
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White Sox recall Adam Engel from Triple-A Charlotte
The White Sox announced on Tuesday they have recalled outfielder Adam Engel from Triple-A Charlotte.
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Well done: White Sox sign Missouri State slugger Jake Burger
The White Sox and first round draft pick Jake Burger agreed to terms on Tuesday. Burger's deal includes a $3.7 million signing bonus.
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White Sox hope dive into water polo pool pans out
In the eighth round of last week's MLB Draft, the White Sox took a chance by drafting a high school water polo star. 
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MLB Power Rankings: Crazy week leads to shake-up
A crazy week of MLB action led to a major shake-up atop the power rankings while the Cubs and White Sox are on the cusp of soaring up the list.
White Sox send Leury Garcia to DL
The White Sox are going to be without utilityman Leury Garica for a little while.
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Renteria on Shields: 'He gave us a nice outing'
Manager Rick Renteria talks about James Shields' outing in the White Sox 7-3 loss to the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Shields on first outing in two months: 'I felt good'
James Shields talks about his performance in the White Sox 7-3 loss to the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Shields' return spoiled
James Shields pitched well in his first start in two months, but an offensive explosion by the Blue Jays gave the White Sox a 7-3 loss on Sunday.
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Renteria on Rodon: 'He's really close'
Rick Renteria reacts to Carlos Rodon's recent outing in Triple-A, and how close he is to returning to the White Sox.
Carlos Rodon's to-do list
Carlos Rodon is almost back with the White Sox save for a few items that still remain on his checklist.
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Gonzalez on injury: 'It's been bothering me for a while'
Miguel Gonzalez talks about being placed on the 10-day disabled list with A/C joint inflammation in his right shoulder.
Bad luck keeps plaguing Sox rotation
Miguel Gonzalez became the fourth White Sox starting pitcher to hit the disabled list, put on the shelf the same day James Shields returned.
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White Sox gain one pitcher and lose another
James Shields is finally back for the White Sox, but the team lost another starting pitcher Sunday, placing Miguel Gonzalez on the 10-day DL.
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Wake-up Call: Big Pelf delivers in Sox win; Arrieta hits homer but Cubs lose; Fire stay hot
In today's edition of the Wake-up Call, the White Sox won their third game in a row while the Cubs fell to the Pirates 4-3.
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Former White Sox involved in a really weird double play
Former White Sox outfielder Dayan Viciedo was involved in a really weird double play with the Chunichi Dragons of the Nippon Professional Baseball League.
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Kahnle on his performance in White Sox win over Blue Jays
Tommy Kahnle talks about his performance in the White Sox 5-2 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Pelfrey: 'I thought I had all four pitches working'
Mike Pelfrey discusses his outing in the White Sox 5-2 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Pelfrey on interview with Holland: 'It was pretty funny'
Mike Pelfrey talks about his funny interview with Derek Holland.
Renteria reacts to White Sox 5-2 win over Blue Jays
Rick Renteria discusses the White Sox 5-2 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Pelfrey delivers strong performance to lift Sox past Jays
Mike Pelfrey allowed one run in six innings as the White Sox picked up their sixth win in the last eight games with a 5-2 victory on Saturday.
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James Shields ready to be activated off disabled list
White Sox starter James Shields is set to return off a two-month long disabled list stint on Sunday against the Toronto Bue Jays.
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Holland tries to quench Pelfrey's thirst in hilarious interview
Derek Holland grabbed a microphone, offering up a soft drink to White Sox starter Mike Pelfrey after his performance against the Blue Jays.
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White Sox PGL: Renteria pushes right buttons in Toronto
The White Sox PGL crew reacts to Saturday's 5-2 victory over the Blue Jays in Toronto.
Why White Sox believe Melky Cabrera's defense is underrated
Melky Cabrera earned his fourth assist of the season on Friday night as another unsuspecting base runner tested out the White Sox outfielder's cannon of an arm. 
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White Sox not ruling out DL stint for Leury Garcia
White Sox manager Rick Renteria didn’t rule out the possibility that a sore hand could trigger a DL stint for Leury Garcia.
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Renteria: Quintana had one of his better outings in a while
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the 11-4 win against the Blue Jays.
Quintana: 'Wow it was a lot of runs'
Jose Quintana talks about his start in the 11-4 White Sox win against the Blue Jays.
Narvaez: Quintana 'was awesome today'
Omar Narvaez talks about Jose Quintana's start and his own plate discipline after the White Sox beat the Blue Jays 11-4.
Postgame Live: Run support and a win for Quintana
The White Sox broke out the bats in an 11-4 win that gave Jose Quintana rare run support.
White Sox shower Quintana with run support
Melky Cabrera had five RBIs and the White Sox blew out the Blue Jays 11-4 to give Jose Quintana a win.
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Davidson taking notes from Yankees phenom Aaron Judge
Matt Davidson has watched how Yankees rookie Aaron Judge has performed this season, and has been incorporating parts of his game into his own.
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White Sox give Quintana something he hasn't had all season
The White Sox scored 11 runs for Jose Quintana in Toronto on Friday, which was season-high run support for Quintana.
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STL: Quintana trade value down, value is 'in the contract'
The STL panel talks about Jose Quintana's trade value and contract as his seat with the White Sox heats up
SportsTalk Live Podcast: With MLB Draft over, when will the trades begin?
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the crew talks about when the trades will start to file in with the MLB Draft over.
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Renteria wants to be 'cautious' with Garcia's hand injury
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks to the media about Leury Garcia's hand injury and giving him resting time, while also addressing questions about Alen Hanson and what his contributions will be in place...
How White Sox hope to take advantage of Garcia's absence
With Leury Garcia out with a hand injury, the White Sox will bring up Alen Hanson to get a better look at him in center field.
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White Sox Minor League Report: Guerrero rolling with Barons
As part of a weekly series, presented by Ozinga, CSNChicago.com will highlight the top performances of several prospects in a weekly minor league report.
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Tyler Saladino trades autographs for food during rain delay
White Sox infielder Tyler Saladino traded autographs for food during Wednesday's rain delay at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Wake-up Call: Davidson's hot bat; Cubs just a .500 team?; Still no deal for Trubisky
In today's edition of the Wake-up Call, Matt Davidson's bat stayed hot in the White Sox win; Could the Cubs be just a .500 team?; Mitch Trubisky remains unsigned.
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Wake-up Call: Davidson's hot bat; Cubs just a .500 team?
In today's edition of the Wake-up Call, Matt Davidson's bat stayed hot in the White Sox win; Could the Cubs be just a .500 team?; Mitch Trubisky remains unsigned.
STL: Matt Davidson stays hot in White Sox win
The SportsTalk Live panel breaks down Matt Davidson's hot streak after homering in four straight games for the White Sox.
Did Rick Renteria's ejection spark White Sox mid-game rally?
After Rick Renteria's ejection, White Sox players widely credited their manager's passion and support as a reason for their mid-game rally.
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Davidson talks about hitting another homer in White Sox win
Matt Davidson talks about hitting another homer in Thursday's White Sox win over the Orioles.
White Sox players react to Rick Renteria's ejection vs. O's
White Sox players react to manager Rick Renteria getting ejected in Thursday's game against the Orioles.
Holmberg discusses performance in White Sox win over Orioles
David Holmberg talks about his performance in the White Sox win over the Orioles on Thursday.
Garcia on ejection: 'I didn’t swing, that's why I get mad'
Avisail Garcia talks about his first career ejection in the White Sox win over the Orioles on Thursday.
Renteria on Davidson's hot streak, getting ejected in win
Rick Renteria talks about Matt Davidson's hot streak, getting ejected in Thursday's win, and more.
White Sox PGL: Davidson proving himself
The White Sox PGL crew discusses Matt Davidson's breakout season after he homered in his fourth-straight game on Thursday.
Smith on Sox offense clicking lately: It's contagious
White Sox catcher Kevan Smith talks about his three-hit day in Thursday's victory over the Orioles.
Matt Davidson, so hot right now, slugs White Sox to victory
Matt Davidson homered for the fourth game in a row and jump-started a late rally as the White Sox downed the Orioles, 5-2, at Guaranteed Rate Field.
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Why roster should keep Hahn busy through deadline
The draft is done, the trade deadline is on approach and the vultures are surely about to start circling the White Sox and GM Rick Hahn.
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How Rick Renteria has made it a seamless transition for Alen Hanson
A midseason transition to a new team is never easy, but White Sox manager Rick Renteria's presence has made it easy for Alen Hanson.
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White Sox draft Jim Harbaugh's nephew, son of former Indiana head coach
The White Sox have taken the first step to paving a way for Jim Harbaugh to leave Michigan for a coaching job with the Bears. Well, sort of. As the White Sox were wrapping up Day 3 on the 2017 MLB Draft on...
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WhiteSox Talk Podcast: Nick Hostetler goes inside 2017 Draft
White Sox scouting director Nick Hostetler takes you inside the organization's 2017 MLB Draft on the latest podcast with Chuck Garfien.
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Gonzalez: 'Right now I'm struggling'
White Sox pitcher Miguel Gonzalez discusses another rough outing.
Davidson: 'I'm just trying to stay relaxed'
White Sox slugger Matt Davidson talks about hitting three dingers in three nights.
Renteria: Gonzalez hasn't been able to finish hitters off
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses the team's 10-6 loss to the Orioles on Tuesday night.
PGL: Gonzalez can't hold four-run lead
The White Sox Postgame Live crew discusses Miguel Gonzalez's tough outing against the Orioles.
Gonzalez's struggles continue
Miguel Gonzalez's streak of tough outings continued as the White Sox lost to the Orioles at Guaranteed Rate Field. 
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Tyler Saladino makes rain delay not suck
Rick Hahn isn't the only one in the White Sox organization who knows how to capitalize on a trade opportunity.  During a long rain delay on Tuesday, Tyler Saladino proved he could negotiate with the best....
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From Burger to King, why White Sox are pleased with a whopper of a draft
The White Sox wrapped up Day 3 of the MLB Draft by taking the sons of ex-Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean and legendary talk show host Larry King. 
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Shields 'ready to rock' after solid rehab showing
James Shields discusses how he's feeling as he nears a return to the White Sox after a solid showing in his rehab starts.
Shields likes what he sees from Sox prospects
James Shields discusses what he saw from some of the White Sox top pitching prospects while he was rehabbing at Triple A.
Shields returns impressed with Triple-A
James Shields came away impressed by Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo Lopez and Carson Fulmer during his rehab stint in Triple-A. 
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MLB Draft Tracker: White Sox stockpile farm system on Day 3
Stay up to date on every one of the White Sox draft picks from Day 3 of the 2017 MLB Draft.
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Chicago baseball history
Tuesday was a special night for Chicago baseball as the Cubs and White Sox accomplished something they hadn't done since 2008.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Callis raves about White Sox 2017 draft
In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, MLB.com's Jim Callis joins Chuck Garfien to analyze how the White Sox have done in the 2017 MLB Draft and much more.
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Triumph over tragedy
Tim Anderson has turned one of the worst moments of his life into a positive.
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Wake-up Call: Davidson has big blast; Cubs go nuts
Matt Davidson's grand slam was big in a White Sox win while the Cubs offense exploded against the Mets.
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Wake-up Call: Davidson's grand night, Cubs crush Mets
In the latest edition of the Wake-up Call, Matt davidson hits a grand slam in the White Sox win and Anthony Rizzo leads off for Cubs in a blowout of the Mets.
Davidson talks through his grand slam at-bat
White Sox third baseman Matt Davidson and pitcher Derek Holland talk about the 6-1 win against the Orioles.
Renteria: Davidson 'put a great at-bat together' on slam
Rick Renteria talks about Matt Davidson and Melky Cabrera after a 6-1 win against the Orioles.
Postgame Live: Davidson grand slam keys White Sox win
Matt Davidson's first career grand slam was big to give the White Sox some breathing room in a 6-1 win against the Orioles.
White Sox draft pick has close ties to Trubisky
Kade McClure, who was drafted by the White Sox in the sixth round of the draft, is from the same town in Ohio as Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
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Davidson's grand slam powers White Sox past Orioles
Matt Davidson hit a grand slam to bust open a 6-1 win for the White Sox against the Orioles.
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Whte Sox plan to convert college closers into starters
Wrapping up the White Sox second day of the 2017 MLB Draft, most notably two closers the team plans on turning into starting pitchers down the road. 
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Why top prospect Moncada has struggled to rebound after thumb injury
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn explained why Yoan Moncada has been slumping since returning from the disabled list and gave updates on other players coming back from injury.
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White Sox select local kid, TCU catcher Evan Skoug
The White Sox selected a local kid in TCU catcher Evan Skoug in the MLB Draft.
STL: Rick Hahn discusses why he likes Jake Burger
Rick Hahn joins SportsTalk Live to discuss why the White Sox felt comfortable spending the No. 11 pick on Jake Burger.
STL Podcast: White Sox look to MLB Draft amid rebuild
The SportsTalk Live crew talks about Anthony Rizzo's move to lead off batting, KD the NBA champion, and White Sox GM Rick Hahn joins to discuss White Sox draft class. 
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Sheets gained crucial confidence in Cape Cod League
A solid showing in the 2016 Cape Cod League set the stage for Gavin Sheets' monster junior season at Wake Forest.
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After singing anthem, Zachary Bencal talks 'Aladdin'
After singing the national anthem at Guaranteed Rate Field, Zachary Bencal talks about the "Aladdin" musical now playing in Chicago.
MLB Draft Tracker: White Sox go pitcher-heavy to start Day 2
Stay up to date on every one of the White Sox draft picks from Day 2 of the 2017 MLB Draft.
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Garcia drops in All-Star voting
Avisail Garcia has been red-hot lately but that has not helped his All-Star voting at all.
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Throw it back, but in a good way
Some quick thinking from a fan and Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones got Kevan Smith his first home run ball back. 
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Garcia furthers All-Star case as Sox blast Orioles
Avisail Garcia's breakout year continued Monday as he helped lead the White Sox to a 10-7 win over the Baltimore Orioles. 
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Avisail Garcia: 'Just got keep working, long season'
White Sox pitcher Mike Pelfrey and outfielder Avisail Garcia react following the team's 10-6 win over the Orioles on Monday night.
White Sox focus on power in MLB Draft
The White Sox centered on power with their first two picks of the Major League Baseball 2017 Draft. 
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Rick Renteria reacts to White Sox win over Orioles
White Sox manager Rick Renteria reacts to the team's 10-6 win over the Orioles on Monday night.
In The Loop: White Sox order up a Burger in the MLB Draft
The White Sox selected Jacob Burger with their first-round pick Monday in the MLB Draft.
Preview: White Sox tangle with Orioles tonight on CSN
The White Sox battle the Padres on Sunday, and you can catch all the action on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.
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White Sox draft Gavin Sheets in second round
The White Sox stayed on the infield in the second round of the MLB Draft, selecting Wake Forest first baseman Gavin Sheets.  Sheets, 21, joins Missouri State third baseman Jake Burger as Day 1 picks....
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What draft analysts say about Jake Burger
The White Sox went with Missouri State's Jake Burger in the first round. Here's what analysts had to say about the third baseman. 
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White Sox draft pick joins team he rooted for growing up
Missouri State third baseman grew up a White Sox fan, making him a favorite already on the South Side. 
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White Sox select Missouri State's Jake Burger in first round
Jake Burger has some power. Watch a few highlights of the White Sox first-round pick in the video above.
White Sox select MSU 3B Jake Burger with No. 11 pick
With the No. 11 pick in the 2017 MLB Draft the White Sox selected Missouri State third baseman Jake Burger.
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Showalter gives Sox Park high praise
Buck Showalter has managed in 2,735 Major League Baseball games over the course of his 18-year coaching career. So when he finesses a compliment about your ballpark, you take that to heart.  The Baltimore...
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Renteria on why Mike Pelfrey has been solid in 2017
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses why Mike Pelfrey has found success in his 10th MLB season.
Frazier, Renteria remember hearing names called on draft day
Todd Frazier and Rick Renteria discuss their draft day experiences.
MLB Power Rankings: Cubs coaster rolls on
The up-and-down seasons continue for the reigning league champs (Cubs and Indians) and in the mean time, a new crop of powerhouse teams are emerging.
WATCH: Luis Robert blasts home run in Summer League debut
Luis Robert smacked a home run in his Dominican Summer League debut. Check out video from the blast as well as comments from the 19-year-old phenom.
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'We're going to take our shots'
The White Sox have rebuilt their farm system in less than a year, and they want to keep that going as they prepare for the 2017 MLB Draft.
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Quintana: Games are behind us, we're looking forward
Jose Quintana discusses his continued struggles but says he and the White Sox are looking forward after a 2-7 road trip.
Renteria: White Sox 'kept battling' in loss to Indians
RIck Renteria discusses how he was proud of his team and the way they fought in a close loss to the Indians on Sunday.
Renteria, Frazier discuss Quintana's start in L to Indians
Rick Renteria and Todd Frazier discuss Jose Quintana's latest start, a rough five innings against the Indians on Sunday.
White Sox Road Ahead: Limping home after an ugly road trip
The White Sox are finally headed home after a 2-7 road trip ended with a loss to the Indians. We look ahead in the White Sox Road Ahead.
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White Sox Road Ahead: Welcoming the Orioles to town
Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton preview the White Sox upcoming home series against the Orioles and their struggling pitching.
PGL: White Sox drop rubber match to Indians
The White Sox Postgame Live crew breaks down the team's 4-2 loss to the Indians on Sunday afternoon.
White Sox lose to Indians, drop fourth straight series
Jose Quintana allowed three earned runs in five innings and the White Sox offense didn't help matters much in a 4-2 series finale loss to the Indians.
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Chris O'Dowd's second MLB experience is more authentic
Chris O'Dowd is filling in as the White Sox emergency bullpen catcher, and this round in a major league clubhouse feels more authentic.
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Why White Sox starting rotation could soon get huge boost
Rick Renteria's starting rotation could be getting a big boost soon with a few pitchers getting closer to returning to the majors.
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Chris O'Dowd on being back in major league clubhouse
Chris O'Dowd, who is with the White Sox as an emergency bullpen catcher, talks about being back in the major league clubhouse.
Robertson: 'I got six outs. I couldn't be happier'
White Sox closer David Robertson discusses his first two-inning save as a member of the team.
Renteria on base running mistakes in win
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses the team's base running errors after a 5-3 win over the Indians.
Holmberg on recording first MLB win
White Sox pitcher David Holmberg discusses his outing after recording his first MLB win.
White Sox bullpen holds on in victory over Indians
The White Sox bullpen held down the Indians offense for four innings, helping the White Sox secure a 5-3 victory in Cleveland. 
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Alen Hanson hopes comfort translates to big league success
The newest member of the White Sox has already found some comfort after several days in which his career was in limbo. 
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Preview: White Sox battle Indians in rubber match
The White Sox look to steal the series in Cleveland today, and you can watch on CSN and streaming live on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App. 
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Alen Hanson 'feels like this is my team'
Alen Hanson talks to the media about his adjustment to a new clubhouse and feeling welcome among his new teammates
Renteria 'needs to get a feel on' Hanson, his place on team
Renteria talks to the media about his conversation with Hanson about his position on the team going forward and how Hanson will be best coached in the future
Soreness not enough to keep Abreu out
Only one day after getting drilled in the knee with an Andrew Miller pitch, Jose Abreu is back in the White Sox lineup on Saturday. 
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White Sox add Alen Hanson to 25-man roster
The White Sox announced on Saturday morning they have officially added infielder Alen Hanson to the 25-man roster.
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Renteria: Abreu's 'fairly confident he's going to be OK'
Rick Renteria gives an update on first baseman Jose Abreu after he was hit with a pitch.
Frazier: 'We're playing hard, we're just not winning'
White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier discusses the team's tough stretch.