The White Sox announced Saturday that veteran James Shields will start Opening Day at Kansas City on March 29, the eighth time in the veteran right-hander's career that he will take the hill for his team in a season opener.
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White Sox left-hander Robbie Ross Jr., 28, has yet to allow a run in 4 2/3 innings of spring work, including scoreless frames Wednesday and Friday.
Yoan Moncada and Tim Anderson are trying to build a special rapport in the middle of the diamond for the White Sox, with Moncada learning English and offering to teach Anderson some Spanish to improve the communication on and off the field. If the pair pans out as envisioned by the South Siders, they will be linked as double-play partners for the foreseeable future.
White Sox manager Rick Renteria has been reluctant to commit to specific roles on his pitching staff (even the Opening Day starter announcement is one he said he's saving for Saturday), but one thing that's become evident in this spring camp is that Nate Jones is pitching himself into an important one in the bullpen.
White Sox right-hander Dane Dunning was among top prospect performers in Spring Training on Friday.
Right-hander Lucas Giolito became the first White Sox starter to reach the sixth inning on Thursday night, and along the way, he continued a spring that has very much solidified his status as a once and future ace.
Adam Engel came to camp as the incumbent center fielder for the White Sox and has done nothing to lose the job. But prospect Ryan Cordell isn't making the decision easy for the club.
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The White Sox announced another round of cuts Wednesday, optioning six players -- including top prospect Eloy Jimenez -- to the Minor Leagues and reassigning Nos. 5 and 9, Dylan Cease and Zack Collins, to Minor League camp.
White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia was removed from Wednesday's 11-3 loss to the Brewers for not running hard to first base in the top of the first inning.
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Right-hander Dylan Cease, ranked as Chicago's No. 5 prospect by MLB Pipeline, pitched three shutout innings in a 4-2 win over the Mariners on Monday night, touching 98 mph in the first inning and striking out four of the first six hitters he faced.
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Luis Robert, the No. 3 White Sox prospect and baseball's No. 28 prospect per MLB Pipeline, will begin the season on the disabled list, not in the outfield for one of the White Sox Class A farm clubs.
Joakim Soria and Nate Jones have experience closing, but the White Sox are keeping their options open when it comes to who will finish games.
In a move that appears to be exercising caution, the White Sox on Friday reassigned No. 4 prospect Alec Hansen to Minor League camp as part of a series of roster moves. The right-hander was scratched from a Cactus League start on Tuesday after revealing to the club that he had felt soreness in his right forearm after a bullpen session. An MRI revealed no damage.
Chicago White Sox prized pitching prospect Michael Kopech had his first Spring Training hiccup Thursday. A Kansas City Royals split squad roughed up Kopech at Camelback Ranch in a 12-0 White Sox loss.
Jonathan Mayo take you on a tour of the Cactus League in this week's edition of the Pipeline Podcast. In addition to discussing Julio Pablo Martinez, whom the Rangers are expected to sign, Mayo conducts interviews with several top prospects.
Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the upcoming season. Some compete for jobs in big league camp, while others vie for spots on Minor League affiliates. MLB Pipeline will visit all 30 camps this spring, and today we check in on the White Sox.
As part of MLB Pipeline's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we're sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At White Sox camp, it was Chicago's No. 7 prospect, Blake Rutherford.
The Blue Jays' future was on full display Thursday as phenoms Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette and Anthony Alford combined for nine hits and six runs in Toronto's 9-3 win over the Orioles.
Luis Robert, the 20-year-old uber-prospect from Cuba ranked No. 3 in the White Sox system, hit a two-out, eighth-inning grand slam to give his team the win.
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White Sox right-hander Reynaldo Lopez worked his way into and out of trouble in the first inning Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers.
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The White Sox will honor soon-to-be Hall of Famer Jim Thome with a ceremony at Guaranteed Rate Field on Aug. 11. Thome Day will be celebrated prior to Chicago's 6:10 p.m. CT contest against the Indians. The first 20,000 fans in attendance will receive a Jim Thome Hall of Fame Bobblehead.
White Sox prospect Dylan Cease wasn't overwhelmed by the moment, striking out four in two innings during his first Cactus League start.
One bad outing in his first appearance of the spring is not going to affect Joakim Soria's confidence. But even the veteran reliever was pleased with his bounce-back performance Monday.
Carson Fulmer's afternoon started out innocently enough. The White Sox right-hander pumped consecutive pitches to Padres center fielder Manuel Margot for strikes. Fulmer's attempt at an 0-2 putaway pitch, however, tailed back over the heart of the plate. Margot didn't miss, cranking Fulmer's third pitch of the day into left field and onto the grassy lawn seating at Camelback Ranch. The White Sox No. 10 prospect allowed three more runs, struggling to put away the pesky San Diego hitters in a 7-6 Chicago loss on Sunday.
Robbie Ross Jr. agreed to a Minor League deal and reported to big league Spring Training at Camelback Ranch on Sunday, walking past the photo of former White Sox first baseman Paul Kornerko -- Ross' first career strikeout victim.
For a moment on Saturday, White Sox right-hander Michael Kopech didn't picture himself at Surprise Stadium.