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Chicago White Sox release 2018 tentative schedule

Despite a disappointing year in 2017, the future is bright for the Chicago White Sox. Rick Hahn and the front office have built the best farm system in baseball acquiring talent through trades and the draft which has given fans hope for the future. While players like Yoan Moncada and Lucas Giolito have reached the big leagues in 2017, there are still more prospects coming up through the system and 2018 migh ...

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Carlos Rodon Showing Signs of Ace Potential

When the Chicago White Sox began their rebuild with the Chris Sale trade last December, there were two players seen on the roster from last season seen as pieces for the rebuild. One player was shortstop Tim Anderson and the other was starting pitcher Carlos Rodon who was projected and expected to be the anchor for starting rotation for years to come. Rondon was selected with third overall pick in the 2014 ...

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Jose Abreu makes Chicago White Sox history with home run

Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu is having one heck of a season. The 30-year-old is hitting .300/.350/.534 in 120 games for the White Sox this season. He's on pace to reach 100 RBI's yet again this season as he sits at 76 going into Monday's double-header with the Minnesota Twins. But during the first game, Abreu had a milestone moment. Abreu became the first White Sox player to 25 home runs in ea ...

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Nicky Delmonico’s performance is providing excitement for rebuild

On August 1st, the Chicago White Sox called up outfielder Nicky Delmonico to take the place of Willie Garcia who was sidelined with a broken jaw. Since being called up, Delmonico has impressed the organization and fans with his performance at the plate. With the massive hype surrounding all the prospects the White Sox have compiled over the last year, it's Delmonico who is making his case to be apart of the ...

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What is the silver lining for the Chicago White Sox?

The Chicago White Sox were swept out of Boston by the Red Sox on Sunday marking the first time that the team had been swept in Boston in a four games series since 1988. Although the Sox didn't win, there were several positives from the four game series as some of the players that are being counted on for the White Sox rebuild showed promise. With the team losing 23-of-27, there's a silver lining to all of t ...

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White Sox set to call up Reynaldo Lopez

It appears that the White Sox are ready to promote the first of their highly touted pitching prospects to the majors, as Rick Hahn announced today that Reynaldo Lopez would be joining the White Sox rotation.  He will make his White Sox debut Friday at home against the Royals. https://twitter.com/whitesox/status/895027757637406722 Lopez is rated as the Sox sixth best prospect and checks in at 59th on both th ...

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Chicago White Sox: The Dog Days of a Rebuild

Sunday was another chapter added to the 2017 Chicago White Sox rebuild as one of the last remaining tradable asset and fan favorite in Melky Cabrera was traded to the Kansas City Royals. It comes during a stretch of baseball where the White Sox have performed poorly. Since the start of the second half, including Sunday's walk off win over the Cleveland Indians, the team has posted a record of 2-13. But that ...

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Chicago White Sox trade Melky Cabrera to Kansas City

With the MLB Trade Deadline just a day away, Chicago White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn made another move. The White Sox have traded outfielder Melky Cabrera to AL Central rival Kansas City in exchanges for two pitchers. It's just the latest move for Hahn who is focused on completely rebuilding the White Sox and stocking the farm system. https://twitter.com/whitesox/status/891706405387939841 The 22-year-ol ...

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Will Melky Cabrera be traded ahead of the deadline?

So far this year the Chicago White Sox have shown that they are fully committed to the process of rebuilding. Within the past month, the Sox have traded Jose Quintana, Todd Frazier, David Robertson, Tommy Kahnle, and most recently Anthony Swarzak in exchange for a boatload of top prospects. But there remains one name on the White Sox team that many thought would have been traded by this point and has left p ...

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Yoan Moncada hits first career home run

It took a little over a week for Yoan Moncada to go yard in the major leagues. After struggling a bit at the plate in his first week in the big leagues, the Chicago White Sox top prospect finally reached the achievement. In the bottom of the 7th inning with the White Sox losing 6-1, Moncada stepped to the plate against Jake Arrieta. On a 0-2 pitch, Moncada sent a deep shot to centerfield as it went over the ...

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