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Chicago Baseball Round-Up: Opening Week worries

Let’s overreact to the first week of baseball! The White Sox are 2-4 and scuffled plenty in Kansas City, but started pulling it together over the weekend, winning their last two games against Minnesota. The Cubs are steady, swinging and missing more than they’d like but their pitching staff has yet to yield more than five runs in a game and it’s allowed their bats to play catch-up. So, a quick round-up of l ...

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More of the same in 2015 for the Sox’s Adam Eaton

Long since the days of Scott Podsednik have the White Sox had a leadoff man in their lineup as versatile and as energetic as Adam Eaton. On March 20, the White Sox locked up their center fielder and top-of-the-lineup catalyst to a five-year, $23.5 million extension. White Sox general manager Rick Hahn just locked up a member of this invigorated franchise’s core to another team-friendly contract. Eaton, 26, ...

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Carlos Sanchez should be White Sox second baseman

It seems like a foregone conclusion now. Micah Johnson had a hot spring and appears like he won the battle for second base, beating out Gordon Beckham, Emilio Bonafacio, and Carlos Sanchez. Johnson, age 24, put up a solid 321/368/453 (821) slash line over 21 games during spring training.To match his impressive spring, Johnson has an impressive minor league track record (297/366/422 [787]). Let us not forget ...

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How Much Better Is the White Sox Bullpen?

The past two seasons have been, to say the least, poor for the White Sox. In 2013 the White Sox had their worst season since 1970, in 2014 the Sox would improve by 10 games but still falling well behind the Tigers, Royals, and Indians. While it is hard to pin point one area that the White Sox really underachieved, you could make an argument their Achilles' heel has been their bullpen. Over the past two seas ...

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Sizing Up the AL Central

The AL Central may be the most interesting division in baseball. Four teams whom all have valid arguments to win the division. The White Sox were among the the busiest in the off-seasons. The Royals are defending American League Champions. The Tigers have won the division the past four seasons. The Indians have quietly built a competitive team that went to the playoffs just two seasons ago. Let us take a lo ...

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Chicago White Sox sign Adam Eaton to five-year deal

The Chicago White Sox have locked up outfielder Adam Eaton for five years on a $23.5 million dollar contract that includes options for 2020 and 2021. The 26-year-old Eaton would have had arbitration this off-season and would be eligible for free agency after the 2018 season. That's why signing Eaton now is a smart move by the Sox front office. Eaton played 123 games last season for the White Sox as he was b ...

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Chris Sale to miss three weeks with right foot fracture

The Chicago White Sox have announced that starting pitcher Chris Sale will miss three weeks with a fracture in his right foot. https://twitter.com/CSNHayes/status/571728725915516928 The ace pitcher suffered the accident in his home, but declined to provide the full cause of the accident. White Sox GM Rick Hahn only said that Sale suffered the injury landing wrong on his truck. Sale's status for Opening Day ...

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Chicago White Sox release 2015 Spring Training broadcast schedule

The White Sox have 31 games slated to be broadcasted during this Spring Training. Although the first 16 days the games will not be on TV, you can expect to watch them come Friday, March 20th on CSN for the first viewing of what hopefully will be a very successful season. Tune into WSCR to hear the White Sox radio call throughout Spring Training and for the 2015 regular season.. Most games will be played at ...

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Chicago White Sox sign Zach Duke

https://twitter.com/CSNHayes/status/534777630110003200 The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms with left-handed reliever Zach Duke according to Dan Hayes. The two parties agreed on a three-year deal worth $15 million. Duke was a product of the Pittsburgh Pirates organization before pitching out of the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen this past season. Duke finished 5-1 with a 2.45 ERA with the Brewers out of th ...

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White Sox’s Jose Abreu wins 2014 AL Rookie of the Year Award

Chicago White Sox rookie first baseman Jose Abreu was announced the winner of the Rookie of the Year Award for 2014. Abreu coming off one of the most impressive hitting starts in years. Abreu was reportedly the winner of the award by unanimous decision according to ESPN, FOXSports and BleacherReport. The news was first broken by the Fox sports MLB twitter account tweeting: 'It's unanimous! The 2014 @officia ...

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