1. Jeff Samardzija Trying to Block Trade Rumors out of Mind

    Jeff Samardzija has been traded twice in the last year and spent at least two years dealing with trade rumors...

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  2. Risky Move Walking Miggy Pays off for ChiSox

    DETROIT -- Even if walking Miguel Cabrera increased the chances of a Detroit Tigers victory on Thursday, Robin Ventura liked the ploy...

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  3. Robin Ventura Ready to Roll with White Sox Changes

    DETROIT -- This particular team won't entirely stay intact but White Sox manager Robin Ventura knows most of his roster is here for the foreseeable future...

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  4. Sale Records Double-Digit Strikeouts in 7th Consecutive Start

    Despite giving up six runs (five earned) over 6.2 innings in Wednesday's 6-1 loss to the Minnesota Twins , Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale joined Nolan Ryan (1977), Randy Johnson ...

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  5. Eaton's Leadoff Homer

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  6. Alexei Ramirez Sits, Gordon Beckham at Shortstop for White Sox

    Manager Robin Ventura sat slumping shortstop Alexei Ramirez Thursday as the White Sox opened a four-game series against the Tigers in Comerica Park...

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  7. Beckham Starts in Place of Alexei Today

    #WhiteSox for 6/25: Eaton 8, Beckham 6, Abreu 3, LaRoche DH, Cabrera 7, Garcia 9, Gillaspie 5, Flowers 2, Sanchez 4. Rodon vs. Simon...

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  8. Ozzie Guillen Defends White Sox Manager Robin Ventura

    Ozzie Guillen is returning to U.S. Cellular Field for the 2005 championship anniversary celebration, the team announced Wednesday, the first official comeback for the former manager...

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  9. Sale Records Double-Digit Strikeouts Milestone

    White Sox ace Chris Sale joined some elite company Wednesday afternoon, accomplishing a feat that only one other pitcher - another highly imposing left-hander, incidentally - has done in the last 15 years...

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  10. Sale Looking for MLB-Record 6th Straight Game with 12 Strikeouts

    Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale made history in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Texas Rangers , joining Randy Johnson (1998) and Pedro Martinez (1999) as the only pitchers in the ...

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  11. White Sox Trump Twins at Target Field

    Late-inning offense carried the Chicago White Sox to a 6-2 win over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday at Target Field...

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  12. Samardzija, White Sox Top Twins 6-2

    Jeff Samardzija struck out seven batters in seven innings for just his second win in nine starts on the road this season, and the White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 6-2 Tuesday to snap a seven-game losing streak away from Chicago...

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  13. Fulmer Leads Commodores to the Brink

    He waits as coach Tim Corbin takes his measured stroll from the dugout, as thousands of black and gold shirts rise from their seats, as piercing whistles fill the air, as five of the best friends Fulmer has made in his life circle around him...

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  14. Steverson Trying to Get Chicago White Sox Offense Straightened out

    Looking for traditional numbers on the Chicago White Sox ' offense? Heading into Monday night's game against the Twins , the Sox had a team hitting line of .237/.292/.345. That is batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage...

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  15. Beckham's Blast Lifts Chicago White Sox in 11th

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  16. Watch: Beckham Hits 1st Career Walk-off HR

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  17. Though Apart, Abreu and Son Have Close Bond

    CHICAGO -- There's almost always a moment in Jose Abreu's daily phone conversations with his 5-year-old son, Dariel Eduardo, where Dariel adopts the same mindset as the White Sox fan base...

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  18. Reinsdorf on 2005 White Sox: We Can't Keep Living off of That

    At SoxFest in January, the decade anniversary of the 2005 White Sox World Series title didn't seem like too long ago...

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  19. Chris Sale's Strikeout Streak Highlights Lefty's Ascension to MLB's Elite

    Any day you join a club that counts Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez as its only other members is a good day. On Friday, Chris Sale had a good day, even if his Chicago White Sox decidedly did not...

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  20. Abreu's Behind-the-Back Flip

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  21. White Sox Lose Eighth Straight Despite Chris Sale's 14 Strikeouts

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  22. Sale Continues Hot Streak, Rangers Spoil Party Late

    CHICAGO -- Pinch-hitter Mitch Moreland drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single off closer David Robertson in the ninth inning, and the Texas Rangers beat Chicago 2-1 after getting dominated by White Sox starter Chris Sale on Friday night...

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  23. Williams Envies Blackhawks' Run of Success

    CHICAGO -- When Ken Williams first took over as general manager of the White Sox , his goal was simple and straightforward: He wanted to bring multiple World Series titles to the South Side of Chicago...

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  24. Ventura 'Tired of Even Talking About' Team's Defensive Miscue

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  25. White Sox Fall to Pirates as Losing Streak Hits Seven

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