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Rick Renteria Named White Sox Manager

Rick Renteria Named White Sox Manager

Rick Renteria was named the 40th manager of the White Sox. Check out the details here and tune in to White Sox Weekly, Saturday at Noon to hear an exclusive interview with the Sox new skipper.

Robin Ventura will not return in 2017

Robin Ventura will not return in 2017

After the White Sox lost 6-3 to the Twins, ending the 2016 season, Robin Ventura addressed the media for the last time as the manager of the club. “It’s the right time,” Ventura said. “It’s more of a personal decision than anything. I love being here. The organization means a lot to me. You can…

Robin Ventura Could Be Back in 2017

Robin Ventura Could Be Back in 2017

According to Bob Nightingale of USA Today, the White Sox are prepared to bring Robin Ventura back to manage the team for the 2017 season. The job is Ventura’s, so the report says, if he wants it. Prior to Wednesday’s game against the Rays, Ventura himself downplayed any such report. “I appreciate all the concern,” he…

September and the Call-Ups

September and the Call-Ups

It’s the beginning of our White Sox wind-down. As the last weeks of the season roll on, we’ll look through each position in the system and evaluate the ups and downs.

White Sox at the Deadline

White Sox at the Deadline

The White Sox largely sat out the Trade Deadline frenzy. What does it mean going forward?

The Latest with Chris Sale

The Latest with Chris Sale

Suspending Chris Sale is the right thing to do but even if his actions were reckless, that doesn’t change how the White Sox–and other teams–will view him long term.

With Rodon to DL, Sox need a spot start

With Rodon to DL, Sox need a spot start

With Carlos Rodon heading to the DL, the White Sox have a few options for a spot starter. One option would be aggressive and fun and Connor writes about it here.

#TimAndersonIsFast

#TimAndersonIsFast

White Sox leadoff man Tim Anderson is a blur on the diamond. Working out of the leadoff spot, he may not be perfect but he’s the right option for right now.

Tonight, Chris Sale

Tonight, Chris Sale

Chris Sale has been the best pitcher in the American League. What’s more, his last few starts have come exactly when the White Sox needed him most. Tonight, he’s got a chance to hit 10-0 but, more importantly, push the Indians a little further in the rear view mirror.

Sox Top The American League

Sox Top The American League

The White Sox have streaked out to a 13-6 record to start 2016. And they’ve done it without clicking on all cylinders. So far, it’s about team work.

Sox Hot Start, Cool Bats

Sox Hot Start, Cool Bats

The White Sox are tied for the lead in the AL Central and tied for the most wins in the American League. They’re not a perfect ball club, not yet, but there are plenty of signs that the 2016 White Sox are poised to compete.