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White Sox mourn passing of former pitcher Daniel Webb
Former White Sox pitcher Daniel Webb died at the age of 28 in an ATV accident on Saturday night. The White Sox also released a statement.
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White Sox fans take over the podcast
In the first anniversary of the White Sox Talk Podcast, fan questions are randomly selected as topics for the show.
Rick Hahn's impact on the MLB playoffs
With all the talent traded away from the South Side in the past year, it's not unreasonable to suggest that one of the biggest difference-makers in the playoffs could be Rick Hahn.
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David Robertson's hilarious reaction
Former White Sox closer David Robertsonhad an epic reaction to catcher Gary Sanchez taking a foul ball right to a rather sensitive area.
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The good, the bad and the mixed
Despite a 95-loss season, there were many positive developments as the White Sox rebuild. A look at what went right and what went wrong for the team in 2017.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: What happened in 2017 and what happens next?
On the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, the guys look back at what happened in 2017 and look ahead to moves they might make this offseason.
Ranking the MLB playoff teams
October has arrived, and one of 10 teams will win the World Series in about a month. Here are those 10 teams, ranked from least likely to win the World Series to most likely to win the World Series.
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SportsTalk Live: Paying tribute to Hawk
Hawk Harrelson will only broadcast 20 White Sox games next year.
SportsTalk Live: Should White Sox keep Abreu and Garcia?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses what the White Sox should do this offseason.
White Sox Morning Update: Sox secure No. 4 overall pick
The White Sox officially locked up the fourth overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft after finishing the 2017 season with a 67-95 record.
Hawk Harrelson calls it a career
Sunday's broadcast marked the end of a 33-year run as the White Sox full-time play-by-play announcer for Hawk Harrelson, who plans to retire for good in 2018.
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Garcia wants to remain with Sox 'forever'
Avisail Garcia loves the direction in which the White Sox are headed, and he reiterated that he would like to stay on the South Side "forever."
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PGL: White Sox coaches getting most out of players
The White Sox Postgame Live crew talks about how Rick Renteria and coaches got the most out of this group in 2017 despite finish in the bottom of the league.
PGL: White Sox lock up No. 4 overall pick in 2018
The White Sox Postgame Live crew talks about the team securing the No. 4 overall pick in 2018, which is deemed one of the deepest drafts since 2011.
PGL: Recapping the White Sox 2017 season
The White Sox Postgame Live crew recaps the 2017 season, and the direction the team is headed.
State of the White Sox rebuild
The White Sox wrapped up their first season in the state of a rebuild with a 67-95 record, and as they enter the offseason, now comes the waiting game.
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Renteria happy with how Sox transitioned in rebuild
Rick Renteria discusses where the White Sox are following their first year of a rebuild.
Renteria: Fulmer worked very confidently
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses Carson Fulmer's pace and confidence after a 2-1 win over the Indians.
Why Fulmer's escape could be a building block
As one of baseball's best offenses rallied, Carson Fulmer was able to slow down his pace and regroup. A positive sign for the pitcher's future. 
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Tim Anderson is getting 'back to myself'
Tim Anderson got a good laugh on his day off Saturday, a microcosm of how the shortstop's season has turned around over the last two months.
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Yolmer Sanchez talks up Indians after White Sox loss
White Sox infielder Yolmer Sanchez talks about the 10-1 loss to the Indians.
Renteria: Cleveland is a very well-tuned team
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the 10-1 loss to the Indians.
Sanchez tapping into talent
Yolmer Sanchez is pleased with how he has established himself this season, which has led him to produce career highs in nearly every offensive category.
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Postgame Live: Ugly start for Pelfrey in Cleveland
The White Sox got crushed by the Indians Friday in Cleveland.
Renteria OK with bringing back current catchers
Rick Renteria said he's comfortable with rolling back Omar Narvaez and Kevan Smith behind the plate for the White Sox next year.
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Renteria on Hawk: 'He's an icon for the city of Chicago'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about Hawk Harrelson's last road series as a broadcaster.
Renteria on rebuild: I will always assume better than worse
Rick Renteria talks about the White Sox rebuild, and setting a higher standard every year.
White Sox Morning Update: Comeback win in home finale
The White Sox rallied back to beat the Angels 5-4 in their 2017 home finale.
The List: Carlos Rodon's career timeline
Carlos Rodon is having shoulder surgery. Here's a look at his career timeline.
Rick Hahn on Carlos Rodon's injury
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn talks about Carlos Rodon's shoulder surgery and timeline for recovery.
White Sox give one last helping of ‘Ricky’s boys don’t quit’
Tim Anderson scored from first on a single to give the White Sox another win to show the team's effort level this September.
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Anderson: 'We had a lot of energy in the dugout'
Tim Anderson talks about scoring the game-winning run in the White Sox 5-4 win over the Angels on Thursday night.
Brantly thanks fans after White Sox home finale
Rob Brantly thanks the fans in their final home game of the 2017 season following a 5-4 win over the Angels on Thursday night.
Covey: 'I learned a lot'
Dylan Covey talks about his outing and season in the White Sox 5-4 win over the Angels on Thursday night.
White Sox Postgame Live: Bill Melton talks up Yolmer Sanchez
Bill Melton and Siera Santos talk about Yolmer Sanchez after a 5-4 White Sox win.
Renteria on Anderson's go-ahead run: 'The hustle was huge'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about Tim Anderson scoring from first for the game-winning run in the final home game of the year.
Only certainty is that there is no certainty for Rodon
Carlos Rodon's 2018 will begin similar to how his 2017 did, with his health and future unclear.
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Tadahito Iguchi returns to Chicago, reflects on Sox memories
Tadahito Iguchi returned to Chicago and answered questions about his time with the 2005 White Sox.
Jose Abreu gets a ring for his cycle
White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf presented Jose Abreu with a ring commemorating Abreu's cycle earlier this month.
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White Sox Road Ahead: Assessing Rodon's injury in final week
Dan Hayes and Vinnie Duber talk about Carlos Rodon's injury, the futures of Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia and the final weekend of the season.
Reinsdorf gifts Abreu a ring for his cycle
Jerry Reinsdorf gave Jose Abreu a ring to commemorate Abreu's cycle.
Tadahito Iguchi back on the South Side
Tadahito Iguchi visited the White Sox on Thursday night to celebrate his retirement. Is a managerial job in his future?
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'I would like to stay here forever'
Jose Abreu said Thursday that he wants to stay with the White Sox for the rest of his career. But Rick Hahn faces a difficult decision as the rebuild marches on.
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White Sox resort to surgery for Carlos Rodon's shoulder
White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon underwent arthroscopic surgery and is expected to miss 6-to-8 months, GM Rick Hahn announced on Thursday.
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Miller Lite Viewing Party: Pyramid Sports Bar
Come out to Pyramid in Addison on Friday for a Miller Lite Baseball Viewing Party!
Podcast: Scott Podsednik brought to tears reflecting on World Series home run
Scott Podsednik joins the White Sox Talk Podcast and talks emotionally about his walk-off home run from Game 2 of the 2005 World Series.
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Benetti discusses Hawk's impact
As Jason Benetti gears up for his final White Sox game as a part-time broadcaster, he discusses Hawk Harrelson's role in helping him down the stretch.
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White Sox Morning Update: Nicky Delmonico plays the hero
Nicky Delmonico walked it off in the White Sox win over the Angels on Wednesday.
Reynaldo Lopez finishes rookie season on strong note
Reynaldo Lopez finished his rookie season with the White Sox on a strong note on Wednesday night, finishing with seven strikeouts and hitting 99 mph on the radar gun.
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Delmonico: Last time I hit a walk-off homer was high school
White Sox rookie Nicky Delmonico laughs about how long it has been since he hit a walk-off homer.
Renteria: Reynaldo Lopez's ball jumps on hitters
White Sox manager Rick Renteria analyzes Reynaldo Lopez's lively fastball.
Back to the high school days
Nicky Delmonico's walk-off home run brought him way back. The White Sox rookie has only hit one game winner before Wednesday. 
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Minaya adds split-fingered fastball
Juan Minaya is developing a split-fingered fastball to help improve his results against left-handed hitters. 
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White Sox Morning Update: Abreu slugs two HRs in loss
Jose Abreu smacked a pair of homers but the White Sox fell to the Angels 9-3.
Where does Abreu fit in long-term plans?
One year after Jose Abreu had the White Sox front office wondering about his identity, the slugging first baseman appears to be in their long-term plans.
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Abreu: 'I like to hit for power'
Jose Abreu talks about his two home runs in the White Sox 9-3 loss to the Angels on Tuesday night.
PGL: Sox lose to Angels, but defense has impressive game
The White Sox Postgame Live crew talks about the team's defense in their 9-3 loss to the Angels on Tuesday night.
Renteria: 'The story tonight is probably (Abreu)'
Rick Renteria talks about Jose Abreu's big night in the White Sox 9-3 loss to the Angels on Tuesday.
Giolito: 'Such a crazy year'
White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito talks about being shut down for the remainder of the 2017 season.
Why White Sox shut down Giolito for season
Don Cooper and Rick Renteria explain why the White Sox are shutting down rookie pitcher Lucas Giolito for the 2017 season.
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Podcast: How Benetti traveled over 1,000 miles to call 3 different games in less than 24 hours
Jason Benetti joins the White Sox Talk Podcast to explain how he called two White Sox games and one college football game over 1,000 miles away in less than 24 hours.
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The White Sox made sure Rob Brantly's father celebrated retirement from Air Force in style
The White Sox provided a nice tribute for Master Sergeant Robert Brantly - the father of catcher Rob - prior to Monday's game.
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White Sox Morning Update: Shields delivers vs. Angels
James Shields struck out eight in seven innings and the White Sox beat the Angels 4-2.
Special night on the South Side for the Brantly family
Rob Brantly and his father, who just retired from the Air Force, had a special moment on the South Side. Brantly Sr. was honored as the Hero of the Game.
Shields discusses new arm angle, more strikeouts
James Shields breaks down how his lower arm angle has helped him. He's not sure if he'll keep it, though.
'That was definitely a different Shields'
Since dropping his arm angle in early August, James Shields has been getting more opposing hitters to swing and miss. Even Mike Trout noticed. 
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PGL: Tim Anderson makes impact in the field
Tim Anderson's hitting streak may have come to an end, but the White Sox shortstop made his presence felt in the field.
Renteria on Shields: 'He's kind of resurrected himself'
White Sox manager Rick Renteria breaks down why James Shields' lower arm angle and mixing up speeds.
Out after MRIs taken Monday, White Sox hope Abreu, Moncada return soon
Jose Abreu and Yoan Moncada could return to the lineup Tuesday after having MRIs on Monday.
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Why White Sox pushed Fulmer's final start back
Carson Fulmer has one start left in 2017 and the White Sox pushed it back for precautionary reasons.
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MLB Power Rankings: Playoff chases wrapping up with one week to go
Two teams will wrap the season with 100 wins. The Cubs will clinch the division at some point. And someone has to win the second NL wild card. It's the last week of the regular season. Here we go.
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Kevan Smith: I now know I can compete at this level
White Sox catcher Kevan Smith reflects on a solid first season on the South Side while breaking down what he needs to do better in the future.
White Sox Morning Update: Giolito delivers another win
Lucas Giolito continued his strong finish to the season with a win against the Royals.
Confidence continues to build after Giolito's latest strong start
Lucas Giolito continued his strong late season stint with the White Sox in a win against the Royals, showing he can be a big part of the future.
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White Sox Postgame Live: Lopez, Giolito showing promise
Bill Melton and Siera Santos talk about the young players on the White Sox showing some potential.
Giolito talks about White Sox win, first Gatorade shower
Lucas Giolito talks about the 8-1 win against the Royals and gets some Gatorade dumped on him by Jose Abreu.
Garcia talks about work ethic and plans for offseason
White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia talks about his work routine.
Giolito: 'I trust my stuff. I trust my pitches'
White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito talks about his start in an 8-1 win against the Royals.
Avisail Garcia vows to work even harder in offseason
Avisail Garcia believes being in better shape has helped him this season and he wants to be even fitter next year.
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Bernie Williams raising awareness for IPF
Former Yankees outfielder discusses the Breathless Campaign, which is dedicated to support people with IPF.
Abreu on 100th RBI of season: 'It's very special to me'
Jose Abreu, through an interpreter, reacts to recording his 100th RBI in Saturday night's White Sox loss.
Jose Abreu joins Hall-of-Fame company
The incredibly consistent Jose Abreu is a model for the White Sox in more ways than one. His latest feat? Joining some Hall-of-Fame company.
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Renteria on Abreu: 'He works extremely hard'
Manager Rick Renteria talks about Jose Abreu reaching 100 RBIs and Dylan Covey's outing in the White Sox loss to the Royals on Saturday night.
What’s up with Carlos Rodon?
While we know Carlos Rodon won’t pitch again in 2017, the White Sox still doesn’t know, or still isn’t ready to say, exactly what’s wrong with the former first-round draft pick.
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Why Garcia feels he's improved on defense
Much has been made of Avisail Garcia's offensive breakout, but he feels his defense is hugely improved compared to last season. 
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Lopez: 'Everything was working good today'
Reynaldo Lopez discusses his outing in the White Sox 7-6 win over Kansas City.
Garcia: 'I just tried to throw the ball as quick as I can'
Avisail Garcia talks about his game-saving throw from right field to home after slipping in the White Sox 7-6 win over Kansas City.
Forget about it: Moncada's ability to play through mistakes
Even as a 22-year-old with less than one year of experience, Yoan Moncada is able to forget about mistakes and contribute to wins. 
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Renteria: Avi Garcia has always had an excellent arm
Rick Renteria talks about the 7-6 win against the Royals and the crazy play to end the game.
White Sox Postgame Live: Moncada flashes some leather
Yoan Moncada had some standout defensive plays in a 7-6 White Sox win.
Soto details ‘total destruction’ of Puerto Rico
White Sox catcher Geovany Soto's family is fine after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, but the island has a long way to recover. 
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Geovany Soto explains the 'total destruction' of Puerto Rico
White Sox catcher Geovany Soto talks about the safety of his family in his native home of Puerto Rico.
Carson Fulmer wants one more start this season
Carson Fulmer is doing everything in his power to make one final start for the White Sox before the season ends.
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Volstad: 'I’m glad to be a part of a team for sure'
Chris Volstad talks about picking up his first MLB victory in five seasons in the White Sox 3-1 win over the Astros.
White Sox Morning Update: Anderson extends hit streak
Tim Anderson hit a solo blast as the White Sox took the finale from the Astros on Thursday night.
Fulmer on injury: 'It just felt a little sensitive'
Carson Fulmer talks about his blister injury, which removed him from the game in the first inning of Thursday's 3-1 White Sox win in Houston.
Renteria on Fulmer's injury, White Sox win over Astros
Manager Rick Renteria addresses the media following the White Sox 3-1 win over the Astros on Thursday night.
PGL: White Sox bullpen saves the day in win over Astros
Hawk Harrelson and Steve Stone react to the White Sox 3-1 win over the Astros on Thursday night.
Volstad's long road back to a win
For five years Chris Volstad has been winless in the MLB. That changed when he pitched 4 1/3 strong innings in relief on Thursday. 
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White Sox add two cross checkers to amateur scouting department
The White Sox hired two new national amateur scouting cross checkers, adding more experience to help the rebuild. 
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Middle infielders with unlimited potential
Even though Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada both started slow, the White Sox are excited about the two playing middle infield for years to come. 
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Anderson would like netting extended
After Todd Frazier lined a foul ball that hit a young fan, Tim Anderson spoke on how he'd like to see the MLB extend the netting in ballparks. 
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White Sox Morning Update: Moncada is mashing
Yoan Moncada continued his hot streak on Wednesday, slugging a two-run homer in Houston.
Shields: 'It was a grind today'
James Shields discussed his performance after a 4-3 loss to the Astros on Wednesday.
Renteria on Moncada's growth: All about repetition
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses Yoan Moncada's hot streak and what he needs to continue to do.
Why Moncada's hot streak is important
Yoan Moncada is having the best stretch of his MLB career. The results have been hits, improved awareness and, most importantly, confidence. 
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PGL: Tim Anderson, Yoan Moncada crushing in last month
The White Sox Postgame Live crew discusses Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada's strong showing in the last month.
Look away, White Sox fans: Chris Sale makes history
In Chris Sale's first season away from the South Side, he accomplished something no other American League pitcher has since 1999. 
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Abreu's gift to Moncada keeps on giving
Is it all in the lumber? Since Yoan Moncada began hitting with Jose Abreu's bats, he's produced the best offensive stretch of his young career. 
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White Sox Morning Update: Giolito deals again in loss
Lucas Giolito turned in another strong outing but the White Sox fell to the Astros 3-1.
Giolito, Renteria discuss White Sox loss over Astros
Lucas Giolito and Rick Renteria address the media following the White Sox 3-1 loss to the Astros on Tuesday night.
Giolito puts together another strong outing
Lucas Giolito had another strong outing on Tuesday night, despite taking the decision in a 3-1 White Sox loss to the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
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Hostetler willing to sacrifice position for player development
White Sox amateur scouting director Nick Hostetler is willing to sacrifice a draft position for player development in a deep class.
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MLB Power Rankings: The Indians are a very, very good baseball team
You might have heard something about the Indians being very, very good. Their streak is over, but they are still very, very good. Maybe the very, very goodest of all.
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White Sox Talk Podcast: Bill Melton tells all
Feuding with Harry Caray, partying at the Playboy Club and hanging with Frank Sinatra, Bill Melton tells all on the latest edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast.
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Top 10 storylines from the White Sox minor league season
As the White Sox rebuild took full force, the White Sox minor league system took center stage in an eventful season.
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Hansen thinks he can top breakout season
Alec Hansen transformed into a top pitching prospect in the White Sox organization in 2017. And he thinks next year could be even better.
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White Sox Morning Update: Another no-hitter escape
Tim Anderson came up with a two-out double to prevent the White Sox from getting no-hit by Matthew Boyd.
The White Sox avoided being no-hit in the ninth inning again
Tim Anderson's two-out double in the ninth inning on Sunday allowed the White Sox to avoid a no-hitter.
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Anderson records milestone, Abreu approaches one
Here are some notables from the White Sox 10-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night at Comerica Park.
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PGL: Lopez struggles early but White Sox beat Tigers, 10-4
The White Sox Postgame Live crew talk about Reynaldo Lopez's outing in the team's 10-4 win over the Tigers on Saturday night.
Delmonico: 'It's been fun playing with this ball club'
Nicky Delmonico chats with Hawk Harrelson and Steve Stone after the White Sox 10-4 win over Detroit on Saturday evening.
Has something clicked for Carson Fulmer?
Carson Fulmer recorded his second straight quality start in a 3-2 White Sox loss in Detroit. Fulmer limited the Tigers to one run in six innings.
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White Sox Postgame Live: Another Carson Fulmer quality start
Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton talk about Carson Fulmer's start Friday at the Tigers.
SportsTalk Live: Should Sox trade Abreu and Garcia?
Should the White Sox trade Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia this offseason? The SportsTalk Live team debates.
Renteria on Moncada's development, improvement
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about Yoan Moncada before Saturday's game at the Tigers.
Wake Up Call: Cubs, Sox explode offensively; Need more Cohen
The Cubs and Sox had huge nights at the plate. The Bears are still looking for more from Tarik Cohen.
White Sox Morning Update: Epic offensive outburst
Yoan Moncada, Avisail Garcia and Jose Abreu all had monster games in a 17-7 White Sox win.
Crazy stats about massive offensive days for Cubs and White Sox
The White Sox scored 17 runs and the Cubs scored 14 for an absurd amount of offense in Chicago baseball on Thursday.
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STL: Should White Sox go for No. 1 pick?
The SportsTalk Live crew discusses the team's big win on Thursday and whether they should for the No. 1 pick.
Garcia on playing through injuries: 'It's not easy'
White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia discusses playing through injuries and how important it is to finish the year strong.
Wild numbers behind the White Sox breakout day
The White Sox offense exploded in a win over the Tigers on Thursday. Check out these jaw-dropping numbers the team recorded. 
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White Sox PGL: Offensive outburst in win over Tigers
The White Sox Postgame Live crew analyzes the team's 17-run outburst against the Tigers that included a handful of massive stat lines.
Avi aims for strong finish to breakout year
Avisail Garcia isn't letting a string of injuries derail his breakout season. The Sox outfielder went off on Thursday, driving in a career-high seven runs. 
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Yoan Moncada joins Frank Thomas in White Sox history books
Yoan Moncada has only been with the White Sox for a few months and he's already etched himself in the record books next to a Hall of Famer.
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A quest to find the most unique White Sox jerseys
CSN's Chuck Garfien stops by Guaranteed Rate Field to find the most random jerseys White Sox fans are wearing at the ballpark.
Renteria: The players believe we're on the right track
White Sox manager Rick Renteria says the players in the clubhouse believe that the team is on the right track.
Tim Anderson's got his swag back
Tim Anderson’s risky move to steal third base in the ninth inning of Wednesday’s game is another sign the White Sox shortstop got his swag back.
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White Sox Morning Update: Abreu sparks victory in KC
Jose Abreu's sac fly in the ninth inning helped the White Sox knock off the Royals 5-3 in Kansas City.
Giolito: 'It was one of those battle days'
Lucas Giolito and Rick Renteria talk about the White Sox 5-3 win over the Royals on Wednesday night.
How Giolito overcame inconsistent fastball
Lucas Giolito didn’t have his best stuff on Wednesday yet he thrived anyway, and White Sox catcher Kevan Smith believes he knows why.
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Engel's role in Sox future boils down to one thing
There are few questions about his glove or ability to run the bases, but Adam Engel's role with the White Sox future boils down to one thing.
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Engel: 'Believing in yourself is huge'
Adam Engel talks about his current hot streak in the White Sox 5-3 win over the Royals on Wednesday.
White Sox will take part in a free game in Oakland in 2018
The White Sox and A's will play a free game in Oakland in 2018.
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White Sox Morning Update: Covey suffers loss against Royals
The White Sox couldn't overcome a grand slam given up by Dylan Covey in a 4-3 loss to Kansas City.
In The Loop: End of an era for Hawk Harrelson
In The Loop: End of an era for Hawk Harrelson
Covey: 'I was struggling with command early on'
White Sox rookie Dylan Covey breaks down his outing in the team's 4-3 loss to Kansas City.
Lessons learned
Dylan Covey had a real rough first inning Tuesday afternoon, but he learned his lessons and was strong the rest of the way against the Royals.
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Podcast: Jim Callis believes White Sox will pounce on best MLB draft class in years
In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, MLB.com's Jim Callis joins the crew to discuss the 2018 MLB Draft and much more.
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Reynaldo Lopez is cool as a cucumber
Reynaldo Lopez was a picture of calm during a rapidly worsening fifth inning Monday, keeping cool and picking up his first White Sox win.
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White Sox 2018 schedule released
Here are some of the headliners from the White Sox 2018 schedule, including a March Opening Day and six games with the Cubs.
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White Sox Morning Update: Jose Abreu stays hot
Jose Abreu was a homer shy of the cycle in the White Sox 11-3 win over the Royals on Monday.
Wake Up Call: Kevin White goes on IR; Abreu's hot streak
On today's Wake Up Call, Kevin White headed to IR again and Jose Abreu went nuts in another Sox win.
Renteria on red-hot Abreu: He's had a consistent approach
Rick Renteria and Jose Abreu discuss the first baseman's insane hot streak and near cycle.
Moncada: 'Today, I felt really confident and very loose'
White Sox second baseman Yoan Moncada discusses his first three-hit game of his career.
Did Abreu's red-hot bats help Moncada have career night?
Yoan Moncada used bats ordered by Jose Abreu to have his first career three-hit game.
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Bill Melton tells a crazy story about his first home run
Bill Melton tells a story that is hard to believe is real.
PGL: Jose Abreu homer shy of second cycle in three games
The Postgame Live crew discusses Jose Abreu's ridiculous hot streak.
Red-hot Abreu finishes homer shy of cycle
Jose Abreu continued his ridiculous hot streak on Monday night, notching four more hits and coming up just short of his second cycle in 48 hours.  
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Teaching phase of rebuild has Cooper excited
In a year where his best pitchers were traded away for prospects, Don Cooper is thrilled to finally be able to develop a young staff with tremendous upside. 
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White Sox Morning Update: Abreu continues absurd hot streak
Jose Abreu followed up his cycle with a two-home run game and Carson Fulmer had a quality start on the mound.
White Sox view Fulmer's September as tryout for 2018
Carson Fulmer's September is an early tryout for 2018 and his start Sunday did a lot for his cause.
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Abreu gets good news from family in Miami
After hitting for the cycle, Jose Abreu continued to rip apart the Giants with a two-home run game on Sunday.
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Fulmer after getting win: 'I want to stick'
White Sox pitcher Carson Fulmer talked about his start in the 8-1 win against the Giants.
Abreu talks about hot streak and family's safety in Miami
White Sox first baseman talks about his recent hot streak after hitting two home runs against the Giants.
Renteria praises Abreu's consistency during hot streak
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about Jose Abreu's hot streak during the weekend series against the Giants.
Renteria: Fulmer is pitching for his role in 2018
White Sox manager Rick Renteria talks about the play of Tim Anderson and Carson Fulmer's start.
Postgame Live: Jose Abreu is absolutely on fire
Jose Abreu hit two home runs after hitting for a cycle.
Abreu befriends young fan with special needs
Jose Abreu is a home run with fans. Today he made friends with an 8-year-old with special needs.
Renteria: September is a great time to test young pitchers
White Sox manager Rick Renteria discusses why it's important to gauge the young staff in the regular season.
Highlights: Jose Abreu hits for the cycle
Check out the highlights from Jose Abreu's historic night.
Abreu hits for cycle on the South Side
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu had a night to remember on Saturday, hitting for the cycle in a win over the Giants.
Sox hopeful Moncada will improve against lefties
Yoan Moncada hit is first-ever homer off a left-handed pitcher on Saturday. The Sox hope that's the switch-hitter's first of many. 
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Shields shows no effects of knee injury
James Shields didn’t show any effects from Tuesday’s outing — where he got hit in the knee with a comebacker — as he delivered his strongest performance of the season on Saturday.
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Abreu hits for cycle as Sox pound Giants
Jose Abreu hit for the cycle for the first time in his career on Saturday night as the White Sox pounded Jeff Samardzija and the Giants, 13-1.
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Shields: 'That's pretty much how you'd want to draw it up'
James Shields talks about his outing in the White Sox 13-1 win over the Giants on Saturday night.
'I couldn't sleep'
Jose Abreu didn't get much sleep last night after his family members were in the middle of Hurricane Irma in Cuba.
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Kopech: It's been a lot of fun for me
White Sox top pitching prospect Michael Kopech talks about his year in the minors.
White Sox Postgame Live: Breaking down Giolito's loss to SF
Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton analyze Lucas Giolito's start in the 9-2 loss to the Giants.
More questions in wake of Rodon injury
Carlos Rodon's latest injury generates many questions about his future and the future of the White Sox rebuild. But there are few answers right now.
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Renteria, Rodon talk about Rodon's season-ending injury
Carlos Rodon is out for the season. Rodon and manager Rick Renteria talk about Rodon's injury.
Renteria, Giolito talk about their ejections vs. Giants
Lucas Giolito and Rick Renteria talk about getting ejected in the 9-2 loss to the Giants.
SportsTalk Live: How concerning is Carlos Rodon's injury?
Carlos Rodon has another injury. The SportsTalk Live panel discusses how important this is for the White Sox long-term future.
Carlos Rodon's 2017 season is over
Carlos Rodon's 2017 season is over after he was placed on the disabled list Friday with left shoulder inflammation.
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Race to the bottom?
With the Giants in town, the White Sox will go head-to-head against one of the teams they're chasing for the No. 1 pick in next year's draft.
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White Sox Morning Update: Rodon scratched from start
Carlos Rodon was scratched minutes before his start Thursday due to left shoulder stiffness, and the White Sox struggled in an 11-2 loss to Cleveland.
Girl won't let 3D hand ruin her dream
A girl with a 3D hand wants to throw out the first pitch at every major league park.
Brantly's joke results in first career pitching appearance
A joke in the dugout with Rick Renteria led to catcher Rob Brantley's first career pitching appearance, also becoming the first White Sox catcher ever to do so.
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Pelfrey: 'I just tried to eat up innings'
Mike Pelfrey talks about his outing on Thursday night in the White Sox 11-2 loss to the Indians.
Rodon: 'I just didn't feel right'
Carlos Rodon discusses being scratched from Thursday's start with left shoulder soreness.
Brantly on pitching: 'I had never pitched before'
Catcher Rob Brantly talks about pitching in the White Sox 11-2 loss to the Indians on Thursday.
Renteria on Pelfrey: He's at the top of my list for respect
Manager Rick Renteria has a lot of respect for Mike Pelfrey covering innings after the White Sox scratched Carlos Rodon late due to an injury.
Renteria on Rodon: 'His shoulder felt sore'
Manager Rick Renteria talks about scratching Carlos Rodon on Thursday night.
A frustrating turn for Rodon
White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon was scratched from his start in Thursday night's series finale against the Cleveland Indians with left shoulder stiffness.
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Sox bullpen loses most experienced arm
Already short on experience, the White Sox could be without one of their most seasoned relievers the rest of the way.
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White Sox Morning Update: Lopez strong in Sox loss
Reynaldo Lopez certainly wasn't bad in the White Sox loss to the Indians, but his defense failed him.
Lopez talks about outing, White Sox defense in loss to Tribe
Reynaldo Lopez talks about his outing and the White Sox defense in their 5-1 loss to the Indians on Wednesday night.
PGL: Lopez has solid outing despite poor White Sox defense
Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton talk about Reynaldo Lopez's outing and the team's poor defense in a 5-1 loss to the Indians on Wednesday.
Renteria on Lopez: 'He did a great job'
Manager Rick Renteria talks about Reynaldo Lopez's outing in the White Sox 5-1 loss to the Indians on Wednesday night.
Lopez makes best of outing
Reynaldo Lopez had to battle the Indians' high-powered offense and his own defense in a strong six-inning, 102-pitch effort on Wednesday. 
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Will White Sox abandon patient approach?
In Chicago this week for an introduction to the media, Eloy Jimenez and Michael Kopech could force the White Sox to abandon their patient approach.
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Michael Kopech goes 1-on-1 with Siera Santos
White Sox top pitching prospect Michael Kopech goes 1-on-1 with CSN's Siera Santos on Wednesday.
SportsTalk Live: Kopech discusses strong minor league season
White Sox top pitching prospect Michael Kopech talks about his strong minor league season.