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  1. Series preview: White Sox at Rangers

    Doug Padilla

    After a heartbreaking series defeat to the Boston Red Sox, the Chicago White Sox will take their act out on the road for seven games, starting Friday with a three-game series at Texas. A better bullpen performance either Wednesday or Thursday agai...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  2. Bullpen gets some redemption in win

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO -- While the Chicago White Sox's walk-off victory stole the show, the much maligned bullpen stood up and made itself noticed Tuesday. The White Sox improved to 8-6 with the 2-1 victory, scoring the difference-maker in the ninth inning when...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
  3. Rapid Reaction: White Sox 2, Red Sox 1

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox pulled off their second consecutive walk-off victory, beating the Boston Red Sox 2-1 on Tuesday. How it happened: Alexei Ramirez scored the winning run on a throwing error by Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts that ...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  4. Series preview: Red Sox at White Sox

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO -- The early-season tests only get harder for the Chicago White Sox as the World Series champion Boston Red Sox roll into U.S. Cellular Field on Tuesday for a three-game series. Along with the opportunity to measure themselves against last...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  5. Carroll emerges as rotation possibility

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO -- Chicago White Sox minor-league pitcher Scott Carroll was named the International League pitcher of the week after two dominating starts for Triple-A Charlotte. In the process, he has quickly emerged as a rotation-replacement candidate i...

    Blog | April 14, 2014
  6. 5 for '14: Chances of winning season?

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO -- The easy parallel for Chicago White Sox fans to make for their worst-to-first hopes is last year's World Series champion Boston Red Sox, who bottomed out in the American League East in 2012 only to recover and win it all last year. If t...

    Blog | March 30, 2014
  7. Ventura sets Sox's rotation order

    Doug Padilla

    Sometimes teams roll out their five best starters in that order, while sometimes it's a matter of setting a schedule that provides better balance. Consider the Chicago White Sox as part of the latter strategy as manager Robin Ventura set his rotat...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  8. Quintana has more spring struggles

    Doug Padilla

    The Chicago White Sox's second best starter, who was expected to get the No. 4 spot in the 2014 rotation, was as bad as they get Tuesday during his Cactus League outing. Jose Quintana faced nine Oakland Athletics batters and did not record an out ...

    Blog | March 18, 2014
  9. 'Excited' Danks putting up zeroes

    Doug Padilla

    Quick, who is the highest paid player on the Chicago White Sox this season? If you said John Danks at $15.75 million, you'd be right on the money. And if you have been asking what a pitcher 18 months removed from shoulder surgery will capable of i...

    Blog | March 11, 2014
  10. Inspiration surrounds Sox's Thompson

    Doug Padilla

    All his life, Chicago White Sox outfield prospect Trayce Thompson has been surrounded by successful athletes and the number of people he knows reaching the highest level of sports is growing quickly. His father Mychal Thompson had a successful NBA...

    Blog | March 11, 2014
  11. Baby steps: Paulino showing improvement

    Doug Padilla

    By no means is Felipe Paulino dominating Cactus League opponents. But there are signs that he might be ready to make a contribution to the Chicago White Sox starting rotation. The right-hander, who hasn't pitched in the major leagues since 2012 wh...

    Blog | March 07, 2014
  12. Rotation march more than left-right-left

    Doug Padilla

    One trip through the rotation during Cactus league play and the Chicago White Sox revealed something about how they plan to set up their starting staff for the upcoming season. With three left-handers and a pair of wild-card right-handers, the Whi...

    Blog | March 05, 2014
  13. Chris Sale gives staff solid foundation

    Doug Padilla

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Considered an area of strength for the Chicago White Sox, the starting rotation isn't without questions as the club moves toward next week's Cactus League opener. Chris Sale is the undisputed ace of the staff and will no doubt t...

    Blog | February 21, 2014
  14. Johnson penciled into rotation

    Doug Padilla

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- An Opening Day rotation spot appears to be Erik Johnson's to lose as pitching coach Don Cooper suggested the rookie has the inside track for one of two vacant starting roles. "He's definitely in the mix," Cooper said after Monda...

    Blog | February 17, 2014
  15. Countdown to Camp: Prospect outlook

    Doug Padilla

    With Chicago White Sox spring training set to begin Feb. 15 when pitchers and catchers report in Glendale, Ariz., we're taking an early look around the diamond. Look no further than the White Sox's outfield prospects when trying to understand how...

    Blog | February 12, 2014
  16. Johnson, Semien promise keen focus

    Doug Padilla

    CHICAGO - Part of the reason the Chicago White Sox weren't completely crushed over not signing Japanese phenom Masahiro Tanaka is because the club is pleased with the young corps of talent it has been developing. Two players who figure to play a p...

    Blog | January 23, 2014