1. Video: Sanchez's Walk-off Gives CHW 6th Straight Win

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  2. White Sox Earn Sixth Straight in Walk-off Win

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  3. White Sox Take Down Indians in 10 Innings

    In just his fourth game since being recalled from Triple-A Charlotte, White Sox second baseman Carlos Sanchez hit the winning RBI single in the 10th inning for a 2-1 victory over the Indians ...

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  4. Video: Eaton Sprints Home to Score Tying Run

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  5. Chicago White Sox: Is It OK to Be Excited?

    This season for the Chicago White Sox has been one that resembles a see-saw or even a roller coaster because there have been ups and downs and there have been many twists and turns, and it is only mid-May...

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  6. Healthy Avisail Garcia Makes Difference in White Sox Lineup

    OAKLAND — While it sounds like Avisail Garcia hasn't entirely stuck to a strict diet of fish and salad, the White Sox will probably let it slide.....

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  7. White Sox Notebook: Jeff Samardzija Goes 8 Innings, Earns Season's First Sweep

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Jeff Samardzija rebounded from a rough stretch of starts with eight strong innings Sunday against the A's...

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  8. Garcia, Ramirez Each Drive in 2 Runs as White Sox Beat A's

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  9. White Sox Complete Sweep of A's with Four-Run Victory

    OAKLAND — The way their season has gone the White Sox had to feel as if they were due a few breaks...

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  10. Cabrera Capitalizes on Another Error by A's, White Sox Win

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  11. Danks, White Sox Discover Correct Formula in Win over Oakland

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  12. White Sox Rally Again for 7th Win in 10 Tries

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  13. White Sox Beat A's but Carlos Rodon Struggles

    The White Sox gave up an early lead, then rallied big and survived a wild final play to claim a 7-6 victory Friday against the A's at Oakland Coliseum.....

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  14. White Sox Score Five in 7th to Beat A's 7-6

    The Chicago White Sox are getting quite comfortable putting together late comebacks. That's four and counting for manager Robin Ventura's ballclub so far...

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  15. White Sox See No Value in Early Panic

    CHICAGO -- With a 14-17 record -- albeit one that includes consecutive series victories over the Tigers , Reds and Brewers -- the White Sox have left their fan base wanting more...

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  16. White Sox Demote Starting Second Baseman Micah Johnson to Triple-A

    Micah Johnson has been the White Sox 's starting second baseman all season after winning the job out of spring training as a 24-year-old rookie, but now they've demoted him back to Triple-A...

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  17. White Sox Option 2B Johnson to Triple-A

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  18. White Sox Will Stay Patient with Micah Johnson

    The organizational philosophy suggests the White Sox must remain patient with their young players through difficult periods for any shot at long-term success...

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  19. White Sox Finally Playing Closer to Potential

    Six weeks into the season, the Chicago White Sox are finally showing the identity they expected to have all along: Power, strong starting pitching and a capable bullpen...

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  20. Quintana Pushes White Sox to First Road Series Win of '15

    MILWAUKEE — It'll be overshadowed by Corey Kluber's 18-strikeout masterpiece in Cleveland against St. Louis, but Jose Quintana turned in an outstanding start at a perfect time for the White Sox ...

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  21. Sox Tip Brewers, Take Third Straight Series

    MILWAUKEE – Call it what you want – stirring the drink, stirring the pot, setting the table, whatever. Adam Eaton knows this much: As the White Sox leadoff man, his poor April had a lot to do with the team going 8-11...

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  22. White Sox Hold on for 4-2 Win over Brewers

    MILWAUKEE -- Jose Quintana struck out 10 in seven solid innings, and Avisail Garcia and Adam LaRoche hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning to lead the Chicago White Sox past the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 on Wednesday night...

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  23. Melky Cabrera Keeping the Faith in White Sox

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  24. White Sox need improved defensive play up the middle

    MILWAUKEE -- Chris Sale worked around it Tuesday but improved defensive play is critical if the White Sox hope to turn things around.....

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  25. White Sox Capable of Much More

    MILWAUKEE -- Any time the White Sox have Chris Sale on the mound, their short-term outlook can be extremely positive. And now, to pick up the pace in the other 80 percent of the games...

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