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Report: White Sox to send Robertson, Frazier, Kahnle to Yankees

Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn isn't done dealing just days after sending Jose Quintana to the Chicago Cubs. Hahn has reportedly struck a deal with the New York Yankees that will send David Robertson, Todd Frazier and Tommy Kahnle. In exchange, the White Sox will receive four players back in the deal highlighted by the number 30 overall prospect. ...

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Report: Cubs, Yankees re-engage in Starlin Castro trade talks

Chicago Cubs infielder Starlin Castro could be on the move. UPDATE: Joel Sherman is reporting the two teams have agreed on a deal pending a physical. According to a report by FOX's Ken Rosenthal, the Cubs and New York Yankees have re-opened up trade talks involving Castro.  The two teams are currently talking as Major League Baseball is hosting its ...

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How it felt when the White Sox swept the Yankees

For the first time since June 10th, the White Sox (43-69) have won three straight games, also making it the Southsiders' first sweep since May 24-26 against the Miami Marlins. But this time, they swept a team above Marlins-level. That's right, bow down New York Yankees (well for now at least)! After ending last night's game in an exciting walk-off triple from Alejandro De Aza in the twelfth inning, the Whit ...

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Sox vs Yankees Recap

The Yankees rolled into town on all cylinders. The Sox were swept in the four game series dropping by scores of 3-2, 6-0, 18-7, 7-2. the Yankees dominated in all aspects of the game. The bats were quiet much of the series with the exception of the 3rd game in which the Sox were able to score 7 runs, unfortunately, the Yankees scored 18. Juan Pierre continued his late season surge going 5/15 and De Aza went ...

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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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