The White Sox jersey No. 41 worn by Adam Engel for his Major League debut on May 27 against the Tigers was presented to his dad recently as a Father’s Day gift.
A two-run eighth-inning rally, highlighted by Yonder Alonso’s go-ahead RBI single, sparked the A’s to a 5-3 comeback victory, secured a series sweep and handed the White Sox their sixth loss in their last seven games on Sunday at Guaranteed Rate Field.
The wait for White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon may be nearing its close, as manager Rick Renteria said Saturday that the 24-year-old will “possibly” make his season debut in the Majors next week.
As he scraped his cleats against the dirt and looked in at his target, Michael Oppegard didn’t see himself as just a kid playing baseball. He saw himself as one of his big league heroes, pounding the strike zone repeatedly to help clinch a victory. Oppegard was one of eight local kids to claim first-place […]
Ozzie Guillen had good relationships with numerous players during his eight years as White Sox manager and one year with the Marlins. So it’s difficult for him to pick a favorite.
Two years after retiring Paul Konerko’s No. 14 in spectacular fashion, the White Sox did it for Mark Buehrle’s No. 56 on a beautiful Saturday at Guaranteed Rate Field — or, as broadcaster Hawk Harrelson called it when describing Buehrle’s perfect game and no-hitter, “right here on this field!”
Matt Olson, Jaycob Brugman and Franklin Barreto each slugged their first career big league homers Saturday as the Oakland Athletics took a 10-2 win over the Chicago White Sox in front of a sellout crowd on the day of Mark Buehrle’s jersey retirement at Guaranteed Rate Field.
A pair of struggling veteran starters take the mound at Guaranteed Rate Field on Sunday in the series finale between the Oakland Athletics and Chicago White Sox.
Mark Buehrle officially became the 11th White Sox player to have his jersey retired during a Saturday afternoon celebration at Guaranteed Rate Field prior to the White Sox contest against the A’s.
The highlight of James Shields’ start during Oakland’s 10-2 victory over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field came in the second inning when he picked up career strikeout No. 2,000.
It was a Friday night in September 2008, with the White Sox playing at Kauffman Stadium. Or at least that’s how I remember it.