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White Sox Acquire Avisail Garcia, 3 others for Peavy

The White Sox finally pulled the trigger on a deal sending Jake Peavy to Boston in a three team trade that also included Central division rival Detroit. Boston sent prospects J.B. Wendelken, Francellus Montas, and Cleuluis Rondon to the White Sox and top shortstop prospect Jose Iglesias to the Tigers. The Tigers sent out Avisail Garcia to the White Sox and Bryan Villareal to the Red Sox in the deal. Avisail ...

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White Sox Trade Matt Thornton

Friday evening the White Sox took the first step in their rebuilding process by trading away veteran left-handed reliever Matt Thornton. Thornton, an eight year veteran of the White Sox who was acquired in 2006 for Joe Borchard, will head to the Boston Red Sox. Thornton will fill a need in the Red Sox bullpen for pitchers who can eat innings and provide another lefty reliever for manager John Farrell to use ...

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White Sox fall short of sweep in 6-2 loss to Boston

Just when we started to see the life come back to the Chicago White Sox (21-24), they fell 6-2 last night in their final game against the Boston Red Sox (28-19). It wasn’t a bad series though—with the White Sox winning the first two games against Boston—it’s just that a sweep would have been a solid way to move in to this weekend’s games. Undefeated Boston pitcher Clay Buccholz was doing something right, be ...

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White Sox top Red Sox, Quintana dominates

In game two of the Chicago vs. Boston matchup, the White Sox (21-23) edged out the Red Sox (27-19) in a 3-1 win at U.S. Cellular Field. The strengths in this game weren’t as much the bats, but more the power on the mound. Jose Quintana (3-1, 3.48 ERA) put up a great show today, keeping Boston batters hitless until the 7th inning. The game remained scoreless until the fifth, as Boston’s Felix Doubront (3-2, ...

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Dunn, White Sox serve Boston’s Lester first season loss

Adam Dunn hammered a three-run homer in the first inning to help push the White Sox  to a 6-4 win against the Boston Red Sox. This was the opener of a three-game run at U.S. Cellular Field. Monday night’s win against the Red Sox (27-18) was a big win for the White Sox (20-23) in many ways. Allow me to lead off with the obvious; this win stopped Boston’s lefty power hurler Jon Lester from a 7-0 record, which ...

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Preview: Red Sox @ White Sox

The good guys return home this Monday for a week-long stretch at the Cell. First team up, the Boston Red Sox. Now the Red Sox (27-17) will make this an interesting match up without a doubt, as they’ve been on a hot streak behind the bats of David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, and well-timed contributions from many others. They move guys around the bases well, and the White Sox are going to need to get their act to ...

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Should Chicago fans expect the White Sox to bail out on the rest of the season?

The last four MLB seasons have seen a routine blossoming in the Chicago White Sox clubhouse and on filed play...the South Siders wait for next season while they're still playing the current season. The 2011 White Sox seem to be no different. It might just be me, but it feels like the black and white squad struggle after the all-star game every year since the 2005 World Series. The pitching falters, bats don ...

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Three Days, Three Home Runs, Three Huge Wins

The White Sox started out this 10 game 11 day road trip with a three game stint with their 2010 nemesis the Cleveland Indians.  On Monday it was Brent Lillibridge, Tuesday, A.J. Pierzysnki, and Wednesday, Paul Konerko. Three critical home runs, all coming at the most important times in the particular games, and all leading the Sox on their way to three key victories to start this trip. The hoopla surroundin ...

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