White Sox Talk

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Despite their sinking record, the White Sox have liked what they've seen from young lefties Hector Santiago and Jose Quintana. Could they join Chris Sale as part of the rotation of the future?
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Paul Konerko, fresh off a rehab stint with Birmingham, returns to Chicago for the White Sox series finale with the Atlanta Braves Sunday. Will Konerko's role stay the same?
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In Sunday's 4-3, 10-inning loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, catcher Josh Phegley left the game early after taking a foul ball off his right index finger.
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As the White Sox drop the series finale against the Phillies, the team looks forward to the All-Star break to recuperate from a disappointing first half of the season.
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Alex Rios decided to change things up and swing at pitches early in the count. It seemed to work pretty well Tuesday, when he went 6-for-6 and tied an American League record on the process.
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Prior to tonight's game against the Baltimore Orioles, the White Sox placed right-hander Jesse Crain and first baseman Paul Konerko on the 15-day disabled-list.
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Various reports have pegged Chris Sale as untouchable as the last-place White Sox begin to survey the trade market, but should the team listen if teams come calling about their young ace?
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CSN White Sox analyst joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show on The Score this morning to talk White Sox trade speculation. Who goes and who stays?
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Mark Parent beams at the baseball accomplishments of his sons, Dewayne Wise gets closer to coming up, manager Ventura discusses obstacles to wins.
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In the midst of a foggy evening, the White Sox beat up the Blue Jays in the opener at U.S. Cellular Field and will send Jose Quintana to the mound Tuesday in hopes of keeping the good times rolling.

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