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Tyler Flowers Settles with White Sox on One Year Deal

Monday, Rick Hahn and the White Sox settled with catcher Tyler Flowers on a 1 year/$950,000 deal. The deal seems to facilitate yet another year of debate between Flowers and prospect Josh Phegley. Flowers was anointed to be the catcher of the future when he was acquired by the Sox from the Atlanta Braves in the Javier Vazquez deal. Phegley was brought up this year as Flowers was struggling. Phegley was raki ...

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White Sox: Six Things We’ve Learned So Far This Season

Photo: Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images Pushing through June, the White Sox find themselves last place in the AL Central. You don’t need to be an ESPN sports analyst to see that this is a struggling team who gives fans little reason to believe these days. This season’s been tough to watch for Sox fans, but the fight isn’t over yet. With Detroit a good step ahead of the league, the other four teams current ...

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Examining Tyler Flowers’ Hot Start

Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers is doing all he can to make White Sox fans forget about the departed A.J. Pierzynski. While there was little doubt in the minds of Sox fans that Flowers would greatly out-perform Pierzynski on the defensive end, the offense was a different story. His .261/.346/.435 record this spring, and just one home run, only compounded this fear. It has only been two games, but so ...

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Cubs and Sox Win Cactus League Openers Against L.A. Teams

The Chicago Cubs won their game Saturday 11-2 over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Cubs trailed 2-0 early, but bounced back by scoring the game’s last 11 runs. Luis Valbuena and Junior Lake hit home runs for the Cubs. Brett Jackson was 2-for-2 with two triples. Travis Wood recorded the win, even though he gave up the only two Angels runs. The Cubs did not face sluggers Josh Hamilton nor Albert Pujols ...

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White Sox Spring Training Preview: Hitters/Lineup

The smell of freshly mowed grass is beginning to accumulate in Glendale, Arizona. White Sox pitchers and catchers will report in two days and begin the grind to another AL Central title. However, the fate of the White Sox will be decided in Spring Training as the White Sox invite their 40-man roster along with non-roster invitees to see who will best fit the mold for Robin Ventura and his coaching staff. Sp ...

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Dayan Debuts

Viciedo made his debut, finally against the Seattle Mariners. The Tank played right and batted fifth. The uber prospect went 2/3 with a homer and 3 RBIs. "It was a perfect condition to come out here and do what I did," noted a clearly satisfied Viciedo, "It feels really good. All the conditioning, all the work I've been doing, to get three RBIs today and a home run, that felt really good." As I wrote earlie ...

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MiLB Season in Review: Tyler Flowers

The White Sox don't have the greatest farm system in the world, opting to move a number of top prospects in order to acquire major league talent. While the merits of that plan can be debated, it has resulted in the White Sox having only a handful of really interesting prospects to follow right now. Coming into the season, Tyler Flowers was among that short list of prospects to watch, and everyone had him pe ...

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