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.
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Michael Kopech probably won't break spring camp as part of the White Sox rotation, but the No. 3 right-handed pitching prospect in baseball, according to MLB Pipeline, certainly will arrive soon.
The White Sox announced the organization's player development staff and assignments for the 2018 season under second-year director of player development Chris Getz.
The White Sox present and future offensively have significant representation at their 2018 hitters' mini-camp, a week-long event beginning Monday morning at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz.
Birmingham Barons unveil special MLK uniform
Jose Abreu and the White Sox avoided arbitration, agreeing to a $13 million deal for the 2018 season, according to multiple reports Friday.
Miguel Gonzalez has officially returned to the White Sox.
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.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper doesn't see much on the agenda for Carlos Rodon other than enjoying newly married life with his wife, Ashley.
Micker Adolfo selected jersey No. 27 to honor his favorite player, Vladimir Guerrero. As Guerrero awaits the results of Baseball's Hall of Fame voting, Adolfo -- the White Sox No. 14 prospect, per MLB Pipeline -- is reveling in production from a relatively injury-free 2017 campaign.
The White Sox acquired infielder Jose Rondon from the Padres in exchange for cash considerations, the club announced Wednesday.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn mentioned the bullpen on numerous occasions when he was asked about organizational offseason targets for change.
The current White Sox rotation features talent but uncertainty. It also figures to look different by Spring Training, let alone as the season progresses.
MLB.com is taking a look at the projected lineup of all 30 teams ahead of Spring Training. Here's how the White Sox might stack up.
Those White Sox fans looking to see the organization's rebuild up close and personal during Spring Training in Glendale, Ariz., can now take steps to do so, with single-game tickets on sale for the 2018 Cactus League season at Camelback Ranch.
The Hall of Fame case for Carlos Lee
The White Sox began revamping their bullpen by adding left-handed reliever Luis Avilan and right-handed veteran Joakim Soria from the Dodgers in a three-team, five-player deal Thursday also involving the Royals.
Will veteran James Shields be the Opening Day starting pitcher or does a young guy like Lucas Giolito or Reynaldo Lopez have a chance? White Sox beat reporter Scott Merkin answers this question and more in his latest Inbox.
Three games against the intra-city rival Cubs highlight the 2018 White Sox Cactus League schedule. The Sox open Arizona action on Friday, Feb. 23, as the road team at Camelback Ranch-Glendale vs. the National League champion Dodgers, and they close on Sunday, March 25, at home against the Brewers before playing one game at their Triple-A affiliate in Charlotte the next night.
You could plug Christian Yelich into an established team such as the Dodgers or the Astros, and he'd be a face of the postseason next October. But his greatest value lies in becoming a difference-maker for a team building toward success, where he can set an example for younger teammates who have the talent to accompany him to All-Star Games. The White Sox should be that team.
Jake Burger possesses an intangible "it" factor, a fact that is readily apparent to anyone who watches the White Sox top pick in the 2017 Draft (11th selection overall) interact with teammates or peeks at his conversations on Twitter.
The White Sox rebuild is ahead of schedule entering 2018, which general manager Rick Hahn confirmed during the recently completed Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. "With that said, we have a lot more to do," Hahn said. "We've got an important Draft coming in June."
A few individual highlights emerged from the White Sox 2017 season.
It's not exactly fair to compare Lee with a Hall of Famer, but he hit 358 home runs in his career, which puts him in the Top 100 all-time. He hit 17 grand slams, which ranks seventh The former slugger has drawn comparisons to Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda. Lee was no Cepeda. But he was good.
White Sox beat reporter Scott Merkin tackles questions about Spring Training, Manny Machado, the bullpen and more in the latest Inbox.
Sam Abbott carried many athletic plaudits from high school upon his arrival to the White Sox in the eighth round of the 2017 Draft. Strangely enough, many of those accomplishments were in the pool as a swimmer or playing water polo as opposed to on the baseball diamond.
The holiday season has not been the easiest time for White Sox prospect Tyler Danish and Charlotte, his mother and guiding force.
The White Sox claimed right-handed pitcher Jose Ruiz off of waivers from the Padres, the club announced on Friday. Ruiz, 23, was 1-2 with a 5.98 ERA, two saves and 45 strikeouts over 49 2/3 innings and 44 relief appearances at Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore.
The White Sox went 13-9 down the stretch of the 2017 season, a surge of good play that could have been construed as a bit disappointing for director of amateur scouting Nick Hostetler.