1. Jose Quintana Sharp for White Sox in Cactus Opener

    Jose Quintana filled the strike zone 20 times with his first 26 pitches of the spring, retiring the Los Angeles Dodgers in order over two innings Wednesday at Camelback Ranch.....

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  2. Samardzija Finds Comfort in Intrasquad Outing

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- It was business as usual for right-hander Jeff Samardzija in Tuesday's intrasquad game at Camelback Ranch, his first game action in a White Sox uniform...

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  3. Outfield Prospect Hawkins Not Rushing His Progress

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  4. D-Rob: White Sox Are Better Than the Yankees

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  5. Ventura: Sale Has 'Slim Chance' at Opening Day

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  6. Athletic Mitchell Striving for Consistent Results

    Jared Mitchell was disappointed when he didn't get called up from Triple-A Charlotte last September. The 26-year-old outfielder had that same level of disappointment when outrighted off the White Sox 40-man-roster to Charlotte in late November...

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  7. White Sox Remain Positive After Sale's Injury

    The avulsion fracture sustained by White Sox ace Chris Sale in his right foot as the result of an accident at his Arizona home didn't seem to dull the southpaw's acerbic wit.....

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  8. Rodon Will Get Chances in Spring Leagues

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper does not currently have Carlos Rodon scheduled to start a Cactus League contest. But the White Sox top prospect and No. 14 prospect overall, as ranked by MLB ...

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  9. Report: Chris Sale Suffers Foot Fracture; out 3 Weeks

    Update: Chris Sale suffered an avulsion fracture on the lateral side of his right foot in an accident at his home Friday. He'll be out 3 weeks.....

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  10. Crain and Jones Continue to Make Progress

    Nothing but good news so far for Crain and Jones, arguments that Quintana is the number two, and predictions on the Sox infield jobs for 2015.....

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  11. Report: Blue Jays, Athletics Among Teams Talking to Viciedo

    Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos started making calls almost immediately after left fielder Michael Saunders tore his meniscus Wednesday, an injury that could sideline him until the All-Star break...

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  12. David Robertson Takes Advantage of 'Relaxed' White Sox Camp

    David Robertson has taken advantage of the relative tranquility of White Sox camp to acquaint himself with new teammates.....

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  13. Hector Noesi Aims to Keep on Climbing

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  14. Chicago White Sox's Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

    For the first time in a while, the Chicago White Sox opened spring training this season with very few positions undecided, as general manager Rick Hahn did a fine job addressing the club's needs this offseason...

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  15. Melky Aims to Be Catalyst from No. 2 Spot

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  16. Jesse Crain Throws Slider in Latest BP Session

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Jesse Crain feels good enough that he included several sliders during a Wednesday bullpen session.....

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  17. Rodon Dazzles in First Batting Practice Session

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- With each day spent at his first big league Spring Training, Carlos Rodon seems to learn a little more about his repertoire...

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  18. LaRoche Unsure of 1B Timeshare with Abreu

    Adam LaRoche on time share at first base w Jose Abreu: "I don't know how this is going to work out. I'm good either way...

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  19. White Sox Third Baseman Conor Gillaspie Quits Tobacco, Bulks Up

    White Sox third baseman Conor Gillaspie was at the first full-squad workout Tuesday at Camelback Ranch looking a little bulkier than he did late in 2014...

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  20. Rejuvenated Penny Hopes to Make Impact

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — He's no longer a kid nor does he routinely pump fastballs in the high 90-mph range across the plate...

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  21. White Sox Could Open with 8 Pitchers in Bullpen

    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Having flexible position players such as Emilio Bonifacio and Gordon Beckham could provide the White Sox with the luxury of opening the season with 13 pitchers, manager Robin Ventura said...

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  22. Flowers on Abreu in '14: Never Looked Overmatched

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The back of Jose Abreu's baseball card lists 2014 as his rookie campaign with the White Sox and within Major League Baseball...

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  23. 'Fresh' Abreu Better Prepared to Handle Long Season

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Jose Abreu learned about the rigors of a 162-game schedule last season and wants to be better prepared to combat its length...

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  24. It's WAR: White Sox' Samardzija Not a Big Fan of Analytics

    GLENDALE, Ariz. – I would like the record to show that I did not goad Jeff Samardzija into speaking ill of Sabermetrics...

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  25. John Danks Said Brother Got 'Fair Shake' with White Sox

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