6/17/2013 | White Sox seeking solution to recent struggles
With a 4-14 record since moving to the .500 mark via a May 26 home victory over the Marlins, the White Sox can agree on one thing concerning these past 18 games. There isn't one thing that explains why the South Siders have struggled so much of late.
6/17/2013 | Peavy not yet cleared to begin working out
Jake Peavy feels "a whole lot better moving around" where the fractured rib on his left side is concerned, an injury that sent him to the disabled list retroactive to June 5. But the fact that he still has to protect against sneezing, coughing or laughing shows the four-to-six-week projection for his return probably won't be sped up.
6/17/2013 | Thornton undeterred by lack of breaks in his favor
Of the four homers given up by White Sox left-handed reliever Matt Thornton, three came from left-handed hitters in Washington's Adam LaRoche, Seattle's Michael Saunders and Houston's Jason Castro. Thornton, though, doesn't mind the long ball, as long he's challenging hitters.
6/17/2013 | Ventura treasures College World Series memories
As the College World Series continues this week, White Sox manager Robin Ventura recalls the great memories taken away from playing there for Oklahoma State in 1986 and '87.
6/17/2013 | Prospects Johnson, Thompson providing Minor relief
While the news has been far from positive at the big league level for the White Sox, there have been a ray or two of hope shining through from the Minor League side over the past few days.
6/17/2013 | Crain ties club mark as bullpen helps Sox halt skid
Throughout the course of this four-game wraparound series for the White Sox against the Astros, local product Jesse Crain had about 120 friends and family members come through Minute Maid Park. It wasn't until a 4-2 victory Monday night that those who are close to the reliever got to see him pitch. And Crain made it worth their while.
6/16/2013 | White Sox fall just short as skid continues in Houston
Alejandro De Aza hit a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth, but the White Sox couldn't complete the rally in a 5-4 loss to the Astros on Sunday at Minute Maid Park.
6/16/2013 | White Sox won't rush injured Wise back
Through two injury rehab games with Triple-A Charlotte, Dewayne Wise is 1-for-7 with a triple and a run scored. But there is no rush for the veteran outfielder, who has been on the disabled list since June 2 with a strained right hamstring, to return.
6/16/2013 | Ventura confident in Flowers' all-around abilities
The spotlight has fallen on Tyler Flowers since the start of 2013, when incumbent backstop A.J. Pierzynski departed for Texas via free agency. But the barbs thrown in Flowers' direction presently are centered on his on-field play as opposed to who he replaced.
6/16/2013 | Parent happy to help son learn about catching
Nick Parent, the eldest son of White Sox bench coach Mark Parent, begins his professional career on Monday when he reports to rookie-level Bristol as part of the Appalachian League.
6/16/2013 | Dunn focused on run production, not batting average
White Sox slugger Adam Dunn understands that a higher average doesn't necessarily translate to fulfilling his middle-of-the-order responsibilities.
6/16/2013 | Astros go for four-game sweep vs. White Sox
Bud Norris heads to the mound as the Astros go for a four-game sweep against Jose Quintana and the White Sox on Monday at Minute Maid Park.
6/15/2013 | Defensive lapses continue to haunt White Sox
For a team as fundamentally sound as any in baseball during the 2012 season, the defensive miscues from the 2013 White Sox continue to be perplexing.
6/15/2013 | No point in pitchers pointing fingers
With the White Sox offense and defense struggling pretty much the entire season, it would be easy for the team's stellar pitching to point fingers. But pitching coach Don Cooper won't allow it.
6/15/2013 | White Sox sign 27 players from First-Year Player Draft
The White Sox announced Saturday that they have agreed to terms with 27 of their 40 selections from the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, including each of the top 11 picks.
6/15/2013 | Push needed to get White Sox in All-Star contention
Saturday's release of the current American League All-Star voting totals show no White Sox outfielder in the top 15 and no other position player in the top 5, but there's plenty of time left to vote.
6/15/2013 | Astros seek fourth straight vs. White Sox southpaw
Left-handers Hector Santiago and Dallas Keuchel will square off Sunday when the White Sox and Astros meet up for a Father's Day tilt at Minute Maid Park.
6/14/2013 | Time hasn't diminished Konerko's '05 Series memories
First baseman Paul Konerko is the last holdover from the White Sox and the Astros that played in the 2005 World Series.
6/14/2013 | Ventura honored to be named All-Star coach
White Sox manager Robin Ventura has been named to Jim Leyland's American League All-Star coaching staff. Ventura played for the host Mets for three seasons.
6/14/2013 | Viciedo trying to kick way out of hitting slump
White Sox outfielder Dayan Viciedo has tried to employ a leg kick, forcing him to focus on keeping his weight back at the plate and use all parts of the field, but he has not put it into action as frequently as he would like.
6/14/2013 | Beckham fills leadoff spot in De Aza's absence
Gordon Beckham moved from ninth to first in the White Sox lineup on Friday night after Alejandro De Aza came down with a stomach ailment.
6/14/2013 | Danks tries to shake White Sox out of road malaise
John Danks posted his best start since coming off the disabled list last Saturday, and the left-hander will try to duplicate that performance to help the White Sox get a road win against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. Lucas Harrell will take the mound for Houston.
6/14/2013 | Unearned runs keep Sale out of win column
Chris Sale struck out 14 over eight innings, but the White Sox ace left-hander endured his third straight loss in a 2-1 defeat to the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Friday night.
6/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/13/2013 | Reed family's success driven by father's love
Having his sons pitch in the same game at either Wrigley Field or U.S. Cellular Field would be filled with excitement but also mixed emotions for Scott Reed. At that moment, he can reckon back to all the one-on-one games where he served as all-time pitcher for his sons, Addison and Austin.
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