1. Fulmer, Sale Share More Than Just a Fastball

    CHICAGO -- Carson Fulmer, your Vanderbilt baseball team just advanced to the College World Series by virtue of a Super Regional victory over the University of Illinois, and you were selected No...

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  2. Chris Sale and Death by Diversity

    We tend to take the greatest players for granted, so it ought to tell you something when even one of the established elites is raising eyebrows...

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  3. Abreu Powers White Sox Past Slumping Astros 4-2

    CHICAGO -- Jose Abreu hit a tie-breaking two-run homer, Carlos Rodon threw six scoreless innings, and the Chicago White Sox beat Houston 4-2 on Tuesday night to hand the Astros ...

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  4. Sale Tough 1st Test for Astros Rookie Correa

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  5. Sale Has Day to Remember

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  6. Watch: Garcia's Two-Run Homer to Take Lead

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  7. White Sox Select Fulmer with No. 8 Pick

    CHICAGO -- Carson Fulmer of Vanderbilt was selected No. 8 overall by the White Sox in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft on Monday night. But as talented of a pitcher as the right-hander is, his character might put him a cut above the rest...

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  8. Draft Profile for White Sox's 1st-Rounder Fulmer

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  9. Carson Fulmer: Prospect Profile for Chicago White Sox's 1st-Round Pick

    Player: Carson Fulmer Position: RHP DOB: 12/13/1993 (Age: 21) Height/Weight: 5'11", 195 lbs Bats/Throws: R/R School: Plant High School (Fla...

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  10. Chicago White Sox Pitcher Vows to Wear Protective Padding in Cap

    Chicago White Sox reliever Dan Jennings wasn't wearing protective padding in his cap when he was struck by a line drive last year, but now says that's a mistake he'll never make again...

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  11. Lack of High Picks Could Sway White Sox First-Round Selection

    The obscenely large gap between their first and second picks in the 2015 amateur draft could heavily weigh on how the White Sox pick Monday.....

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  12. Jennings to DL; 30-Year-Old Rookie Called Up

    CHICAGO -- The White Sox placed left-handed reliever Dan Jennings on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to Friday) with inflammation on the left side of his neck...

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  13. Sox Put LHP Jennings on 15-Day DL

    .@WhiteSox place LHP Dan Jennings on 15-day DL (neck inflammation); purchase contract of RHP Junior Guerra from Triple-A Charlotte...

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  14. Hawk Harrelson to Return to Booth Sunday

    Hawk Harrelson is expected to return to TV booth on Sun. This is his 13th straight game off after a minor surgical procedure...

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  15. White Sox Pull One out Late vs. Tigers

    The White Sox added to the Tigers ' misery with a 4-3 decision in 11 innings Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field, sending them to their eighth straight defeat. Avisail Garcia was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to force in the winning run...

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  16. Heroics Boost White Sox to Win over Tigers

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  17. White Sox Beat Tigers 4-3 in 11 on HBP

    CHICAGO -- Alex Wilson hit Avisail Garcia with a with a pitch when the bases were loaded in the 11th inning, and the Chicago White Sox handed the Detroit Tigers their eighth straight loss, 4-3 on Friday night...

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  18. Chicago White Sox Can Still Compete in Wide-Open AL Central

    There's a hotshot rookie in Chicago making waves this season. He's got power, he's a little raw and he's just tapping into his potential -- but he's already shown enough to have us believing in a bright future...

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  19. Position Play Needed for Chicago White Sox in Draft

    CHICAGO -- The Major League Baseball first-year player draft can be a fickle process and perhaps no team understands that better than the Chicago White Sox .....

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  20. Beckham Finds Himself in Much Better Place

    ARLINGTON -- The White Sox selection of Gordon Beckham at No. 8 overall in the 2008 Draft brought with it the usual amount of hoopla tied to a team's top pick...

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  21. Choo's Hit Lifts Rangers over White Sox

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Shin-soo Choo's single beat the Chicago White Sox and their defensive shift, sending the Texas Rangers to a 2-1 win in 11 innings on Thursday night...

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  22. Extra Innings Loss Spoils Carlos Rodon's Start

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Long after Carlos Rodon departed his career-best start, Texas finally broke through...

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  23. White Sox Lose in 11 Innings in Sloppy Game

    Shin-Soo Choo's walk-off single off White Sox reliever Dan Jennings in the 11th inning gave the Rangers a 2-1 victory Thursday night at Globe Life Park...

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  24. Forget Bruise and Bruising, Jose Abreu and Chris Sale Huge in 9-2 Victory

    Jose Abreu's bruised right index finger healed enough that he could launch a two-run homer to the center-field grass at Globe Life Park on Wednesday night...

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  25. White Sox See Chris Sale Sliding Back into Ace Form

    Holding a six-run lead after two innings, Chris Sale was able to comfortably dissect a Rangers lineup that plated 15 runs against the White Sox the night before...

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