White Sox fans embraced the organization’s current rebuild from the moment the Chris Sale trade to Boston was announced at the 2016 Winter Meetings. The young players comprising the rebuild sense that buzz and seemingly can’t wait to feed it into this weekend at the Hilton Chicago during sold-out SoxFest activities, which begin Friday.
One of the questions figured to be asked most this weekend during a sold-out SoxFest at the Hilton Chicago is: When will Michael Kopech be ready for the Majors in 2018?
White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams and chairman Jerry Reinsdorf had a nickname for newly-elected first-ballot Hall of Famer Jim Thome when they regularly faced him during his time with the Indians.
Other than legendary slugger Jim Thome, no other former White Sox player came close to National Baseball Hall of Fame election this year, with the results for the 2018 class announced Wednesday night on MLB Network.
White Sox fans offer up a collective broad smile when thinking about a future Major League outfield anchored by Eloy Jimenez and Luis Robert.
For White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson, 2017 was a year of challenges, both on the field and off. And he is determined to get right.
Jake Burger of the White Sox is ranked as the No. 10 third base prospect in the game per the newest list released by MLB Pipeline on Tuesday.
The 22 players invited by the White Sox to Spring Training, announced by the club on Monday, reads like a prospect showcase for the South Siders.
Adam Engel played Gold Glove-caliber defense after taking over in center field for the 2017 White Sox. His rookie numbers on offense weren’t anywhere near elite, and Engel described his mechanics as “pretty inconsistent.”
The White Sox and Chicago Bulls issued a joint statement regarding Cumulus Media and the future search for a new flagship station for both teams’ radio broadcasts.
Who replaces Carlos Rodon in the rotation? Should the Sox sign Mike Moustakas? And when might Eloy Jimenez debut? Beat reporter Scott Merkin answers those questions and more in the latest Inbox.
Luis Robert’s training begins once he steps into Yoan Moncada’s rental car each morning. The 10-minute drive from the nearby hotel to Camelback Ranch, home of the White Sox Spring Training facility and the site of this week’s hitters mini-camp, is short but helpful.