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White Sox stay quiet at trade deadline, and that’s OK

The non-waiver trade deadline came and went Monday afternoon and the White Sox did…nothing.  After weeks of speculation that the Sox might move one or both of their top pitchers, Chris Sale and Jose Quintana, the Sox did not find what they deemed to be a suitable offer on the table for either pitcher. Other names were also thrown about as possible trade candidates, including David Robertson, James Shields, ...

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Why the Chicago White Sox should trade Jose Quintana

As long as the Chicago White Sox are under the control of Jerry Reinsdorf, I don't expect this team to really get any better than they are right now. With both the Sox and Bulls, it's apparent that Reinsdorf isn't at all interested in tearing the team down and rebuilding from the ground up, which is what you need to do in order to get out of sports hell known as mediocrity. Look at the Cubs now versus where ...

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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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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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Where the White Sox stand at the break

Well here we are at the All-Star break and while they may not have taken the most traditional route to get there, the White Sox are about where I thought they would be. At present, they sit two games over the .500 mark at 45-43.  They came up one win short of the benchmark I set for them a few weeks ago of hitting the break at 46-42 by losing two of three at home to the lowly Braves to stumble into the brea ...

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Chicago White Sox: Second half questions

At 41-45, the Chicago White Sox find themselves in a more precarious situation than their North Side-dwelling brethren. And were it not for a flash of life just prior to the All-Star break that saw them win 9 of their last 12, we'd probably already consider them roadkill for the vultures of the impending trade deadline, and Robin Ventura might be looking for another job. But hope remains. Thanks to the seco ...

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The future of the White Sox pitching staff

By Joshua Chapman i65 Sports With the third overall pick in the 2014 MLB draft, the Chicago White Sox selected Carlos Rodon from North Carolina State. Getting Rodon was considered a huge steal for the organization, as he was projected to be the number one pick last year. Rodon is considered the most MLB ready of all the pitchers in the draft, as well possibly the entire draft class. It’s possible that he se ...

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White Sox and Jose Quintana agree to 5-year deal

The Chicago White Sox and left-handed pitcher Jose Quintana have agreed to a five-year contract, the team announced on Monday. The deal includes two club options that could keep him with the organization through 2020. The deal could be worth as much as $26.5 million guaranteed. With the two club options, the deal could reach $48.5 million in total value. The 25-year-old pitcher has spent the last three seas ...

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A Southside Welcome for A-Rod

(Photo Credit: AP) When I heard the news this afternoon, there was no doubt in my mind that A-Rod would receive the Southside welcome only reserved for the worst of foes (think Detroit-Tiger-style). Alex Rodriguez made his 2013 debut for the New York Yankees as they took on the White Sox in Chicago, this being the same day the MLB announced it would suspend him for 211 games due to his involvement in the Bi ...

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Samardzija leads Cubs to win in crosstown opener

The Cubs (20-30) edged out the White Sox (24-25) 7-0 with solid pitching and a team batting effort. The two Chicago teams met on the south side for the first game in a four game Crosstown Classic series. Cubs pitcher Jeff Samardzija (3-6, 2.85 ERA) simply dominated in the win. The White Sox only put together two hits against the Cubs' hard-throwing right-hander, and he only allowed one scoring chance for th ...

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