The first round of American League All-Star voting, released Tuesday, has Jose Abreu and Melky Cabrera drawing attention for the White Sox.
The White Sox and Mets conclude their three-game series at Citi Field on Wednesday afternoon, as Miguel Gonzalez takes on fellow right-hander Jacob deGrom in the rubber game, after Chicago snapped its seven-game losing streak to even the series.
Despite trailing for the majority of Tuesday’s contest, the White Sox claimed a 6-4 victory over the Mets and snapped their seven-game losing streak, thanks to a go-ahead two-run homer from infielder Tyler Saladino in the eighth inning.
To say Tyler Saladino’s two-run, eighth-inning home run at Citi Field on Tuesday night saved the White Sox season would be a bit extreme. But after suffering seven straight losses, some of them remarkably gut-wrenching, it was a much-welcomed way for the South Siders to close out May in a 6-4 victory over the Mets.
David Robertson had arguably one of the worst appearances in his solid late-inning relief career this past Saturday in Kansas City. But that painful moment didn’t stick very long with Robertson, who pitched a perfect ninth with two strikeouts during the White Sox 6-4, come-from-behind victory over the Mets on Tuesday night at Citi Field.
J.B. Shuck is not a general manager. He’s just a solid outfielder recalled by the White Sox from Triple-A Charlotte prior to Monday’s series opener with the Mets at Citi Field.
Scoring chances weren’t exactly plentiful for the White Sox against Matt Harvey during Chicago’s 1-0 loss on Monday afternoon at Citi Field.
Joe McEwing’s assessment might not be popular to some of the White Sox fan base looking for answers to correct the team’s 4-14 funk entering Monday.
Just consider this one of those cases where you have to hit rock bottom before you can start moving back toward the top. It might take a little while for the White Sox to get over their weekend in Kansas City, after the Royals pulled off a series of escapes worthy of a Dean Gunnarson […]
May has been vastly different for Steven Matz and Mat Latos, but both will be trying to end the month on a strong note when they face off on Tuesday in the second contest of a three-game series between the Mets and White Sox at Citi Field.
After running down a fly ball to end the seventh inning, White Sox center fielder Austin Jackson said he felt discomfort in his left foot. One inning later, he was removed from the game with a case of turf toe in Sunday’s 5-4 loss to the Royals.