Chicago White Sox
NEW YORK – Jake Peavy’s back was just fine. So was the White Sox offense, for a change.
NEW YORK – Matt Harvey was so dominant, it seemed certain the White Sox would never score. Instead, each pitch raised more tantalizing questions: Would they ever get a hit, or even a runner?
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jordan Danks atoned for a baserunning blunder in the ninth inning by hitting a solo home run in the 11th that lifted the White Sox over the Kansas City Royals, 2-1, Monday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The White Sox have been finding different ways to lose during their recent skid.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jake Peavy will miss a second consecutive start for the Chicago White Sox because of back spasms.
Guthrie sets record, shuts out Sox
ARLINGTON, Texas – Hector Santiago allowed two hits in five-plus innings filling in for Jake Peavy on Thursday night, Tyler Flowers hit a three-run homer and the White Sox beat Texas, 3-1, handing the Rangers their first series loss of the season.
ARLINGTON, Texas – Chris Sale had already thrown 49 pitches to get through the first two innings for the White Sox, and was lucky to have only given up two runs.
ARLINGTON, Texas – The White Sox already had scored twice only six batters into the game against Yu Darvish, the Texas ace who had thrown 18 consecutive scoreless innings.
CHICAGO – White Sox manager Robin Ventura would like to send out the same lineup every game and watch his team find a rhythm that leads to a string of victories.
CHICAGO – The good news for White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd is he knows how to work back from an arm injury.
CHICAGO – David Price struck out nine in winning for first time this season, Ben Zobrist hit a go-ahead RBI single in a three-run eighth spurred by Alex Rios' error and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the White Sox, 8-3, on Sunday.
CHICAGO – The Chiago White Sox had an awful night on the mound and may have lost another player for a while.
CHICAGO – Just as he was finding a rhythm at the plate, an injury has knocked White Sox second baseman Jeff Keppinger out of the lineup.
CHICAGO – When White Sox manager Robin Ventura evaluates closer Addison Reed, he doesn’t use any special grading scale.