White Sox Midseason Update: Erik Johnson Moves Quickly
Best Player: Although Erik Johnson was destined to start the 2013 season at Double-A Birmingham, White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper gave him plenty of attention during spring training. The [...]
White Sox Believe Tim Anderson Is A No-Doubter At Shortstop
CHICAGO—The White Sox believe they filled a variety of needs by selecting shortstop Tim Anderson with the 17th overall pick in the draft Thursday night. First, the Sox don’t have [...]
Bell Gets Added Responsibilities
With his promotion to assistant general manager, Buddy Bell has added amateur scouting to his player development duties.
White Sox Changes Utilize Strengths
The White Sox's changes to the front office allow Ken Williams and Rick Hahn to work to their personal strengths.
Marinez Almost There
Righthander Jhan Marinez came to the White Sox as compensation for Ozzie Guillen's departure, but he has a real shot to make the bullpen for Chicago in 2013.
White Sox’s Walker Steady As He Goes
The White Sox have been pleased with the steady improvements of outfielder Keenyn Walker.
Carlos Sanchez Handled Every Challenge In 2012
It's not uncommon for a player to make the progression from the high Class A to Triple-A level in one season, but the future continues to get brighter for 20-year-old infielder Carlos Sanchez.
White Sox Renew International Focus
After a scandal marred the White Sox's international scouting department, the franchise looks to move forward with Marco Paddy.
Escobar’s Departure A Tough Goodbye
Eduardo Escobar was traded to the Twins for Francisco Liriano and will be missed by members of the White Sox roster.
White Sox’s Johnson Earns High Praise
The White Sox aren't shy about their feelings on Erik Johnson's potential, comparing him to Curt Schilling.
Play-Calling Nothing New For Smith
Kevan Smith uses his college football experience in his catching game.
Sanchez Emerges For White Sox
The White Sox have lacked middle-infield prospects in recent years, but Carlos Sanchez might be a start to bucking the trend.
Semien Shares Father’s Athleticism
Marcus Semien has made a name for himself as a shortstop, but his father was a wide receiver for California.