Terry Francona cracks funny Chris Sale joke

Boston’s addition of Chris Sale is bad news to the AL East, but good news for teams in the AL Central. Terry Francona knows that. The Cleveland Indians manager attended a Boston writers dinner on Thursday night and cracked a funny joke about Sale. Terry Francona, at Boston writers dinner, thanks Dave Dombrowski for getting Chris Sale "the hell out of the Central." Gets standing...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Fans will be able to stream live games in '17

CSN Chicago announced Thursday that the network's White Sox games will be accessible live via CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports app to authenticated CSN Chicago subscribers beginning with the 2017 season.
Via WhiteSox.com
4 hours ago

When is the next time a Hall of Fame plaque will feature a White Sox cap?

When Frank Thomas was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014 it was the culmination of the career of one of the greatest players in White Sox history. It was also likely the last time for the foreseeable future we’ll see a player enter Cooperstown with a White Sox cap adorned on his plaque. Despite a lack of team success for the better part of the team’s history, the...
Via BP South Side
12 hours ago

Watch Chicago White Sox Prospect Michael Kopech Hit 110 Mph On a Max-Velocity Throw

The Boston Red Sox made a splash in December when they traded for Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale, adding arguably one of the best pitchers in baseball to a staff that already boasts David Price and 2016 Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello. And though Boston baseball's Big 3 are sure to make headlines all season long, it's a pitcher who was traded for Sale who has become the talk...
Via Stack
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

White Sox rebuild bit different than others

Tanking? That is not a word that has been used in reference to the current White Sox rebuild. This rebuild looks a little bit different in terms of the remaining talent on the Major League roster than other teams that in recent years have rebuilt in full.
Via WhiteSox.com
1 day ago

White Sox prospect Michael Kopech throws baseball 110 mph during workout

It had to be hard for Chicago White Sox fans to watch star pitcher Chris Sale be traded away as the team appears to be headed toward a pretty significant rebuild. But there appears to be a bright spot from the trade: Michael Kopech. The new White Sox prospect participated in a max-velocity workout Tuesday. While evaluators said he could hit triple digits with his fastball, I’m...
Via The Comeback
1 day ago  |  Discuss

South Side Morning 5: Is anything more important than that alarm clock

1. The venerable Bruce Levine reported this week that talks for Jose Quintana are intensifying, that interested parties are sweetening their offers, and that more teams are involved than the publicly discussed bids by the Yankees, Astros and Pirates. Since Quintana is the best player on the trade market, and the return for him would likely vault the White Sox to having the best farm...
Via BP South Side
1 day ago

White Sox’s Michael Kopech throws 110-mph pitch (VIDEO)

The White Sox organization has been a seller in the offseason, and the team is looking to go younger, collecting many prospects in the process. Judging by the pitch that one particular prospect threw during a workout on Tuesday, that might not be a terrible idea. Michael Kopech, who was acquired by the White Sox in the Chris Sale trade, had a max-velocity workout with the team so...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Kopech clocked at 110 mph on throw

Aroldis Chapman may have to watch his back, because there is another flamethrower coming for him. Michael Kopech, a top pitching prospect who was dealt from Boston to the White Sox in the Chris Sale deal, was clocked at 110 mph by a pocket radar on a throw at the APEC training facility: First day of max velocity throws for @MichaelKopech5 .... Is 110mph good? pic.twitter.com...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox Promotional schedule includes talking Hawk Harrelson alarm clock

The Chicago White Sox are trying their best to help you wake up in the morning, featuring broadcaster Hawk Harrelson. As part of their 2017 promotional schedule, the White Sox will be giving away a Hawk Harrelson talking alarm clock. Yep, you read that right. The club is giving it away to the first 20,000 fans who arrive at Guaranteed Rate Field to watch the White Sox and...
Via ChiCitySports.com
2 days ago

Many forces at play in GM's Quintana plans

Whtie Sox general manager Rick Hahn has done extremely well in trades of All-Star starter Chris Sale and outfielder Adam Eaton, assembling seven prospects. But in the case of a potential deal involving Jose Quintana, Hahn might have to decide when to bend just a bit.
Via WhiteSox.com
2 days ago

Avisail Garcia’s chances of a turnaround

The built up mass, the pulsating bubble of anxiety exacerbated by every sub-replacement straggler wasting plate appearances on the White Sox major league roster while they were trying desperately to contend, deflated quickly when Chris Sale was traded to Boston last month. There stopped being a generational superstar’s prime for the Sox to waste once the generational superstar...
Via BP South Side
2 days ago

White Sox’ last arbitration battle wasn’t worth fighting

Club’s relationship with Keith Foulke changed for worse after losing hearing in 2001 St. Louis Cardinals GM John Mozeliak rattled a sword during the team’s fan festival this past weekend, saying the club intended to go to arbitration hearings with Michael Wacha and Carlos Martinez. Why should a White Sox blog reader care? The Cardinals are just one of two teams with longer arbitration...
Via South Side Sox
3 days ago

Have other teams struggled as much as the White Sox this decade?

The 2010s have been tough for White Sox baseball thus far. How do their troubles stack up against those of other franchises? In the first ten years of this millenium (2000-2009), the White Sox had a decade that I can firmly call “good”. In that time span, here’s where they stood on the franchise wins leaderboard: 1. NYY: 965 2. BOS: 920 ..... 9. CHW: 857.... 30. KCR: 672In...
Via South Side Sox
4 days ago

Following up: All arbitration-eligible White Sox under contract

Plus: Updates on some hitters at the White Sox mini-camp not named Yoan Moncada On the major-league site of the roster, all arbitration-eligible White Sox are under contract for 2017. After Jake Petricka and Dan Jennings agreed to terms on Thursday, Todd Frazier, Miguel Gonzalez and Zach Putnam joined them on Friday, preserving for at least one more year Keith Foulke’s legacy as...
Via South Side Sox
5 days ago

Frazier agrees to $12 million, 1-year deal with White Sox

CHICAGO (AP) Third baseman Todd Frazier has agreed to a $12 million, one-year contract with the White Sox after a mixed first season in Chicago. The deal Friday, which avoided salary arbitration, gives Frazier a substantial raise from the $7.5 million he earned last year. He is eligible for free agency after this season. A two-time NL All-Star, Frazier was acquired last offseason...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jennings ($1.4M), Petricka ($825,00) agree with White Sox

CHICAGO (AP) Relief pitcher Dan Jennings agreed to a $1.4 million, one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox, and right-hander Jake Petricka struck an $825,000, one-year deal. The agreements Thursday avoided salary arbitration. Jennings made a career-high 64 appearances last season in his second season with the White Sox, going 4-3 with a 2.08 ERA. His 46 strikeouts matched...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

AP source: White Sox, Jennings agree to $1.4 million deal

CHICAGO (AP) A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago White Sox and reliever Dan Jennings have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $1.4 million, one-year contract. The person spoke Thursday on condition of anonymity because the deal had not been announced. FanRag sports first reported the deal. Jennings made a career-high 64 appearances last year in his second season...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawk Harrelson wants to call White Sox games for four more years

Four more years! No, this isn’t about the presidential election. Most of us are still trying to recover from that. No, this is about Hawk Harrelson and the Chicago White Sox. We’re not sure whether or not that makes you feel better. If the longtime broadcaster has his way, Harrelson will be calling White Sox games for the next four years. That’s what he told CSN Chicago’s...
Via Awful Announcing
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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