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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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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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Preview: White Sox @ Angels

Finally the White Sox walk away with a series win after defeating the Minnesota Twins in two of three games in Minnesota. However, Robin Ventura and the boys will look to keep things rolling as the Pale Hose head to Anaheim to take on the Angels for the second time in a week. The first series didn't go the way the Sox would have liked as it took a one-hit performance from Chris Sale to knot the Sox their on ...

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Who’s to Blame for Chicago White Sox’s Anemic Offense

Friday's 1-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians might be as worse as it gets for Chicago White Sox fans this season — or this may only be the start. It's not often a starter can go 7 innings, give up one hit and end up without a victory, but White Sox starter Jose Quintana felt that pain Friday. Quintana bounced back in a big way from a mediocre first start to have one of the best starts of his young career. The ...

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Position Battles to Watch for At Sox Camp

There are thirty-nine more days until pitchers and catchers report to Camelback Ranch. Baseball will be back, and we can all emerge from the disappointment of the Bears collapse. The new season will provide hope that the White Sox can step up and win a championship to relieve the pains of the Roseless Bulls, the locked out ‘Hawks, and the lovable losers on the North Side. However, before the Sox can get the ...

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Looking Towards 2013: The Starting Rotation

For most of the 2012 season, starting pitching was one of the strengths of this White Sox team. Chris Sale emerged into an ace, Jake Peavy stayed healthy the whole season, and Jose Quintana came out of nowhere to have a stretch of two months that were as good as any rookie pitcher in the game. However, the rotation was also in a state of flux at times this season. John Danks was lost for the season in May, ...

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Six Man Rotation would benefit White Sox

Last year at this time, the White Sox were using a six man rotation with Mark Buehrle, Gavin Floyd, John Danks, Phil Humber, Edwin Jackson and Jake Peavy. It didn’t work very well, as certain guys faltered down the stretch, partly causing the Sox to fall short of the postseason and causing me to hate the idea of using six starting pitchers. However, that was 2011. This is 2012, and I believe that given the ...

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