Jorge Polanco, Kennys Vargas and Eddie Rosario homered to back a strong effort from right-hander Kyle Gibson and carry the Twins to a 4-1 win over the White Sox on Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. It helped the Twins remain in the second AL Wild Card spot ahead of the Angels.
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The .193 average, no home runs and eight RBIs would not exactly be considered ideal output for White Sox infielder Tyler Saladino during the 2017 season.
The Twins will look to capitalize on their recent success as they take on the last-place White Sox on Wednesday at Guaranteed Rate Field. Ervin Santana will take the hill against White Sox right-hander James Shields in the fourth of a rare stretch of five games.
If White Sox reliever Chris Beck was holding true to the spirit of the inaugural Players Weekend, being introduced by MLB and the MLB Players Association this Friday through Sunday, the back of his jersey would read "Chris." Beck's No. 54 jersey instead will feature the name "Bubba," which he is called by more than his given first name.
Matt Davidson didn't have time to talk with the media waiting at his Guaranteed Rate Field home clubhouse locker Tuesday, as the White Sox third baseman was on his way to the airport to begin an injury rehab assignment with Triple-A Charlotte.
As soon as Carlos Rodon's quality start was completed for the White Sox in their 7-6, Game 1 victory over the Twins Monday at Guaranteed Rate Field, the southpaw was excited to watch Carson Fulmer's first big league start in Game 2 of the doubleheader. It didn't go well for the rookie right-hander.
Blasts from Jorge Polanco and Brian Dozier highlighted a four-homer performance as the Minnesota Twins stormed to a 10-2 win and split a straight doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field on Monday.
Who do the White Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Chicago's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Left-hander Carlos Rodon continued his impressive run with 6 1/3 strong innings and was backed by a three-run homer from Yolmer Sanchez and a solo shot from Jose Abreu in a 7-6 win over the Twins in Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader at Guaranteed Rate Field.
As a Rule 5 Draft selection of the rebuilding White Sox, the 26-year-old right-hander Dylan Covey began the campaign as part of the big league squad's rotation. It has not been a good year for Covey statistically, who looks overmatched based on his 8.93 ERA over 10 games. It has been an important learning process in the rookie's mind.
Making his debut with the Chicago White Sox was something Reynaldo Lopez was striving for since the day he joined the organization. "The day I pitched for the very first time with Chicago at Guaranteed Rate Field against the Kansas City Royals was special," he said.
The future is arriving quickly for the White Sox farm system.Two of the Chicago's Top 5 prospects -- Yoan Moncada and Reynaldo Lopez -- are in the Majors, though Lopez is on the 10-day DL with a strained back. So are rookies such as reliever Aaron Bummer (No. 28 in the White Sox system per MLBPipeline.com) and outfielder Nicky Delmonico. Now comes the next wave.
Miguel Gonzalez pitched six scoreless innings in the Texas afternoon heat as the White Sox earned a split of a four-game series with a 3-2 victory.
The White Sox play eight against the Twins and three against the Rays in their next 14, giving them a chance to play spoiler in the race for the second American League Wild Card spot.
Miguel Gonzalez was initially overcome by the intense heat at Globe Life Park on Sunday afternoon.
The idea of a White Sox rebuild was more in workable theory form when Chris Getz returned to the organization as director of player development in October.
The Rangers were rough on White Sox starter Derek Holland in his homecoming, even though they were kind enough to spot him a 5-0 lead before he took the mound.
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu wasn't thinking about the double needed to hit for the cycle when he stepped to the plate in the ninth inning of a 17-7 loss to the Rangers Saturday night at Globe Life Park.
The White Sox rebuild hit a painful pothole Saturday, when right-handed pitcher Reynaldo Lopez was placed on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Friday) with a strained back and second baseman Yoan Moncada was scratched from the starting lineup due to right shin splints.
Nicky Delmonico's second home run of the night -- this one an inside-the-park shot -- in the eighth inning lifted the White Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Rangers on Friday night. The loss dropped the Rangers to 2 1/2 games behind the Angels for the second Wild Card spot.
Nicky Delmonico finished the White Sox 4-3 victory over the Rangers on Friday night at Globe Life Park batting .382 with five home runs and 11 RBIs after hitting two homers and driving in three.
Nomar Mazara's torrid bat shows no signs of cooling. He had five RBIs on Thursday night -- including a 3-run homer -- to carry the Rangers to their fourth straight come-from-behind victory with a 9-8 win over the White Sox at Globe Life Park.
Derek Holland, who pitched eight seasons with the Rangers before moving to the South Side of Chicago, took time on Thursday to honor former teammate Adrian Beltre and get reacquainted with his animals.
White Sox rookie Nicky Delmonico added another chapter to what's been a superb start to his career in Wednesday night's 5-4 walk-off loss to the Dodgers.
A great deal of analysis wasn't needed by White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper to dissect Reynaldo Lopez's pitching performance in Thursday night's 9-8 loss at Globe Life Park.
Yasiel Puig's two-run double in the ninth capped a three-run rally as the Dodgers added another chapter to their magical season with a dramatic 5-4 walk-off victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, completing a four-game season sweep of the Interleague set.
White Sox center fielder Leury Garcia put a bit of a damper on Yu Darvish's Dodger Stadium debut Wednesday, sending his first pitch of the game off the right-field foul pole. It was the second time in as many nights that the White Sox homered on the first pitch of the game, with Tim Anderson accomplishing the feat on Tuesday.
Abreu totes garbage can in dugout after HR
As far as the Cubs are concerned, White Sox manager Rick Renteria's lone year as their manager in 2014 was a key to their World Series title last season. In acknowledgement of that, the Cubs presented Renteria with one of the 1,908 World Series rings they made after breaking their 108-year title drought when the teams met at Wrigley Field in late July.
Eloy Jimenez and Zack Collins made an immediate impact and paced the Barons' offense to a 9-4 win over Montgomery in their Southern League debut.
With the kind of season Dodgers left-hander Alex Wood is having, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson figured he'd try to catch him by surprise in Tuesday's series opener. Anderson was able to do just that by sending the first pitch of the game a Statcast™-projected 409 feet into the left-field seats at Dodger Stadium for his fourth career leadoff homer.
Tyler Clippard's brief stint as White Sox closer came to an end Sunday after being traded to the Astros for a player to be named or cash. Clippard had been acquired from the Yankees on July 19, but his departure once again opens the closer's role. Manager Rick Renteria hasn't pinpointed one reliever to take over the job, though.