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ESPN lists Kyle Schwarber, Jose Quintana untouchable

Ahead of baseball's annual trade deadline, ESPN senior writer David Schoenfield put together a list - because journalists love lists - of one player from each team that is deemed untouchable and not worth of being a part of any deadline deal from each team. He broke down the player and added why the team should trade him. There were some good ones on the list that made sense, but there were also some that m ...

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ESPN proposes wild deal involving Kyle Schwarber and Chris Sale

At this point, I am sure the idea is nothing but a thought, but what if? With the Aroldis Chapman deal, the Chicago Cubs made it official that anything less than a World Series championship this year would be considered failure. While the Chapman deal added some much-needed firepower to the bullpen, what better way to add insurance could you possibly create than adding a pitcher of Chris Sale's caliber to t ...

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Chicago White Sox: Jose Quintana could be on the move

With all of the controversy surrounding Chris Sale and his new found interest in the fashion industry, many people are overlooking the value that could be involved for the Chicago White Sox by dealing away lefty Jose Quintana. This season Quintana has taken the mound in 19 starts and has an 8-8 record. The eight losses have had more to do with the lack of Chicago's offensive production than Quintana's pitch ...

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Texas Rangers in hot pursuit after Chris Sale

The Chicago White Sox have made it known they are taking offers on ace Chris Sale and that it would probably take at least four or five top prospects in order to get the deal done. However, after a weird incident involving sale prior to Saturday's game, the White Sox ace could be on the move and the Texas Rangers could be a likely candidate. The deal would more than likely require Jurickson Profar and Joey ...

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Chris Sale cut up White Sox throwbacks and was sent home

Earlier we wrote on the Chicago White Sox sending ace pitcher Chris Sale home after a non-physical incident. Sale was scratched from Saturday's start against the Detroit Tigers and now we know why. According to Tommy Stokke, Sale was unhappy with the 1976 throwback uniforms the White Sox were scheduled to wear on Saturday. He was so upset, possibly with the collar, that he started to cut them off of every j ...

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Chris Sale scratched from start after incident prior to game

Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale will not pitch against the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night. And no, he wasn't traded. The White Sox announced that Sale was sent home by the team due to a pregame incident in the locker room. They did say that the altercation was NOT physical but did not give much detail. https://twitter.com/whitesox/status/756983172089384960 It's a weird situation all around as Sale has be ...

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Chicago White Sox: 7 years ago Mark Buehrle threw a perfect game

Can you believe it has been 7 years since former Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle threw a perfect game? Yep, 7 years. The left-hander was a treat to watch on the South Side as he worked fast and got batters out with a mix of nasty pitches. But on July 23, 2009 he was as nasty as ever. Watch as Buehrle throws the 18th perfect game in MLB history: Your browser does not support iframes. We also saw one o ...

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Tim Anderson channels inner Derek Jeter with impressive play

The Chicago White Sox might be struggling this season, but there are still some players that are fun to watch. One of those players is rookie shortstop Tim Anderson. Anderson channeled his inner Derek Jeter with an impressive play in the second inning against the Detroit Tigers. Check it out: https://twitter.com/AldoSoto21/status/756287505800888320 Anderson has been a bright spot for the White Sox and shoul ...

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White Sox not looking to move Sale despite “kings ransom” offer

Let's face it. The Chicago White Sox are an average team looking to squeak into the playoffs or at least be above .500 so that Jerry Reinsdorf can write the season up as a win. So to a degree, it would make sense to call the season for what it is (pretty much lost), look at the mostly barren minor league farm system and then plan for the future accordingly, which might include trading guys like Todd Frazier ...

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Chicago White Sox could add strength from within the organization

As the second half of the season gets under way, the Chicago White Sox have a few major decisions on hand. It is no secret that they are in need of another power hitter in the batter's box and another arm or two in the bullpen. Names such as Nick Markakis of the Atlanta Braves and Carlos Gonzalez of the Colorado Rockies have begun to surface, but the South Siders also have options within their own organizat ...

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