Better late than never.
The White Sox hope that’s the theme for their 2015 season.
HOUSTON — A lefty on the mound and no Jose Abreu is a bad recipe for the White Sox. Throw Dallas Keuchel and the season he’s had into the scenario, and the potential for ugliness increases.
The White Sox have played some of their best baseball of the season in front of their home crowd.
But U.S. Cellular Field hasn't been too kind to the South Siders lately.
The White Sox not giving Jose Quintana much support isn’t something new, seeing as the club entered Tuesday night’s game averaging 2.59 runs in the left-hander’s first seven starts this season.
MILWAUKEE — The White Sox took another small step toward pulling themselves out of their early-season doldrums Wednesday night.