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12/17/2014 | AL Central looking like one powerhouse division

Yes, the Tigers are still king of the AL Central, but everywhere they look someone is trying to stage a coup. That's the way it's supposed to be in a power division, as the Indians, Royals, Twins and White Sox are all looking to be in the title mix.


12/16/2014 | Samardzija, Lester are right fits in Windy City

New White Sox right-hander Jeff Samardzija will be stoked for the return to Wrigley Field in July, while lefty Jon Lester called his move to the Cubs "the right fit at the right time.'' The only way it can be better for Chicago fans is if it turns into an annual experience.


12/16/2014 | Wave of enthusiasm fuels White Sox momentum

White Sox fans can feel an even deeper connection to their team than they usually do because they influenced what could end up being a necessary piece for contention.


12/16/2014 | White Sox, Penny reportedly agree to Minors deal

Veteran right-hander Brad Penny has agreed to a Minor League contract with the White Sox, according to multiple reports.


12/15/2014 | White Sox set to unveil Samardzija, Robertson

The White Sox will formally introduce new acquisitions David Robertson and Jeff Samardzija this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. CT during a news conference at U.S. Cellular Field.


12/15/2014 | White Sox reshaping began with Avisail deal

One can trace back to the three-team deal with the Tigers and Red Sox bringing Avisail Garcia and hard-throwing Minor League reliever Francellis Montas among a group of four back to the White Sox at the 2013 non-waiver Trade Deadline for the first true impact move of the Rick Hahn era as general manager.


12/14/2014 | Offseason of major upgrades for White Sox

Already having made enough moves for it to be one of the most aggressive Hot Stove seasons in franchise history, the White Sox just keep trying to strengthen their bid to build a team that can get them back to the postseason. The latest addition is switch-hitting outfielder Melky Cabrera, who a source says has agreed to a three-year, $42 million contract. The club did not confirm the deal.


12/14/2014 | Source: Melky, White Sox have 3-year deal

Switch-hitting outfielder Melky Cabrera agreed with the White Sox on a three-year contract worth between $42 million and $43.5 million. The deal, which is pending a physical, was confirmed by a Major League source to MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez.


12/11/2014 | Meetings were just tip of iceberg for White Sox

White Sox GM Rick Hahn did more than create a better team with his moves during the Winter Meetings. He created a true buzz in Chicago over the White Sox.


12/11/2014 | White Sox acquire lefty Jennings from Marlins

The White Sox and Marlins exchanged pitchers Thursday, with right-hander Andre Rienzo going to Miami and lefty reliever Dan Jennings heading to Chicago.


12/11/2014 | Scouts of the Year honored at Winter Meetings

Mike Brito was honored Wednesday night at the Winter Meetings, when he was named International Scout of the Year at the 31st annual Scout of the Year banquet. Orrin Freeman (West Coast) of the Marlins, Tom Kotchman (East Coast) of the Red Sox and the late Paul Provas (Central) won Scout of the Year awards as well.


12/10/2014 | Creativity key to rest of White Sox offseason

After making a series of eye-popping deals this winter, general manager Rick Hahn expects the White Sox to creatively fill their remaining voids.


12/10/2014 | All-Chicago World Series? Optimism high in Windy City

The White Sox and Cubs have been the talk of the Winter Meetings, with each club pulling off significant upgrades and returning optimism to both sides of Chicago.


12/10/2014 | Windy City resurgence? A case for each club

The Cubs and White Sox each won 73 games last season. Each finished 17 games out in their division. But both teams have been quite active this offseason, signing free agents and making trades, and both should be expected to at least make big moves upward next season -- even before either of them make any more deals. Which Chicago team has improved itself the most this offseason? Columnists Richard Justice and Phil Rogers offer their takes on each.


12/9/2014 | It's been a short trip to stardom for Samardzija

Growing up in Indiana, less than an hour from Chicago, Jeff Samardzija could never have imagined playing for both the Cubs and the White Sox after a standout football and baseball career at Notre Dame.


12/9/2014 | Excitement percolating after White Sox moves

White Sox fans have plenty to be excited about with the moves the club has made during the offseason. That excitement is also shared with manager Robin Ventura and pitching coach Don Cooper.


12/9/2014 | Just like that, White Sox reshape outlook in AL Central

The Chicago White Sox redefined themselves on Monday. Along the way, they redefined the American League Central as well. No team has improved itself more than this one. No team has made itself more relevant.


12/9/2014 | White Sox acquire Shark in six-player deal

Jeff Samardzija has returned to Chicago, and the White Sox apparently have their sights set on returning to AL Central contention. The White Sox and A's completed a trade Tuesday that sent Samardzija and fellow pitcher Michael Ynoa to Chicago in exchange for right-handed pitcher Chris Bassitt, catcher Josh Phegley, first baseman Rangel Ravelo and infielder Marcus Semien.


12/9/2014 | Robertson agrees to four-year deal with White Sox

A White Sox source told MLB.com Monday night that the team has agreed to a deal with free-agent closer David Robertson.


12/8/2014 | White Sox seek moves with immediate impact

The message to be delivered by any White Sox moves this winter, whether they are made in San Diego or after the Winter Meetings, is the South Siders want to contend now and then do so perennially.


12/8/2014 | Minoso, Pierce come up short in HOF voting

White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf was disappointed that Minnie Minoso and Billy Pierce, two 2015 Hall of Fame candidates with strong White Sox ties, didn't get elected by the Golden Era Committee. He felt they both clearly deserved the honor.


12/8/2014 | White Sox big part of MLB's cancer initiatives

White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf played a role in getting Major League Baseball involved in cancer initiatives. Funds raised from this year's league-wide charity auction will be donated to LUNGevity, the largest national lung cancer-focused nonprofit organization


12/8/2014 | White Sox claim catcher Brantly off waivers

The White Sox claimed catcher Rob Brantly off waivers from the Marlins Monday, bringing their 40-man roster to 40.


12/8/2014 | No one elected to Hall of Fame by Golden Era Committee

No one was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday by the museum's Golden Era Committee. Tony Oliva and Dick Allen came the closest, each receiving 11 of 16 votes, one shy of the 75 percent needed for election.


12/7/2014 | White Sox seek pitching, depth at Winter Meetings

There's certainly no waiting on the White Sox part for big-ticket players such as Jon Lester to come off the board before they take the next step in their overall reshaping program.




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