3 hrs ago | Rant Sports
In fact, he dislikes baseball so much that he wanted nothing to do with the round object hurled at him on a daily basis.
3 hrs ago | Rant Sports
Since no one wants to acknowledge the fact that the captain of the Chicago White Sox is one of the worst players in all of baseball, I guess I will be the one who falls on that sword.
4 hrs ago | Southside Showdown
Mark Trumbo and many other Angels contributed to a 12-run outburst against the White Sox .
14 hrs ago | Chicago Sun-Times
Along with providing one of the White Sox' better bats, third baseman Conor Gillaspie has been adequate on defense.
Each weekday, Star reporter Mark Ambrogi, a life-long Reds fan, will provide links to Indy's four favorite teams -- the Reds, Cubs, Cardinals and White Sox -- and other hot topics in baseball.
Clay Buchholz puts his unbeaten streak on the line Friday night when the Boston Red Sox pay a visit to Target Field to open a three-game set with the Minnesota Twins.
May 16, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; Chicago White Sox first baseman Adam Dunn hits a double against the Los Angeles Angels during the fourth inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
If you're a Chicago White Sox fan or follower, chances are by now you've developed a love-hate relationship with Adam Dunn .
Call it 2011 trauma-induced cynicism, but Adam Dunn home runs don't move me. I cheer and appreciate the production of course, appreciate the attitude Dunn has kept throughout his tumultuous time here and of course, love booming home runs as an experience in and of themselves.
Jason Kipnis doubled twice so far Wednesday afternoon and scored twice as the Indians hold a 5-3 lead over the Phillies.
Jeff Keppinger is about to become a bench player or, at best, a rotation guy in the White Sox' infield.
MINNEAPOLIS Adam Dunn homered twice, doubled and drove in five runs, powering the Chicago White Sox past the Minnesota Twins 9-4 on Wednesday.
Adam Dunn's start to the season hasn't been a memorable one, with his batting average stuck in the sub-.200 range for the majority of the year.
Dylan Axelrod is coming off of a tough game. Let's not call it normalization just yet, but he allowed 5 earned runs in 6 innings.
The Chicago White Sox took no chances with their home runs Tuesday night. This time, nobody was going to steal any runs from them.