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Road Ahead: White Sox travel to Texas, Bronx

Road Ahead: White Sox travel to Texas, Bronx

CSN's Siera Santos and Insider Dan Hayes talk about what's next for the White Sox, which travels to Texas and the Bronx, in this week's Honda Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana Honda dealers.

After a seven-game home stretch, the White Sox are hitting the road to battle the Texas Rangers, followed by the New York Yankees in the Bronx.

The White Sox will begin their series with the Rangers on Monday, and in three games this season, the White Sox have had the Rangers' number. Two weeks ago in Chicago, the White Sox completed a three-game sweep against the Rangers and outscored them 13-4.

Miguel Gonzalez will get his chance to crack the fifth spot in the starting rotation.

Gonzalez's last and only start with the White Sox this season came on April 25 against the Toronto Blue Jays, but it was a forgettable outing for him. He surrended five earned runs on 11 hits in 5.1 innings pitched, but the White Sox rallied and eventually won the game 7-5.

White Sox Insider Dan Hayes believes that he could use that as motivation.

"The fact that he survived that Toronto start against a lineup that really was loaded and hitting him hard — and they came back and rallied to win that game," said Hayes. "I think that he can build something off of that for sure."

See what else Santos and Hayes had to say in the video above.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Carlos Rodon 'This is my life'


White Sox Talk Podcast: Carlos Rodon 'This is my life'

Carlos Rodon has been part of the White Sox organization for five years and has never had a winning season and has been injured. Chuck Garfien is joined by Rodon to discuss his career with the White Sox, getting over his injuries and the determination to start winning now.

(2:13) - Where Rodon is physically

(7:00) - What it's like to come back from Tommy John surgery

(11:30) - It's time to start winning

(16:06) - Chuck's recap of the interview

Listen here or in the embedded player below.

White Sox Talk Podcast


Watch Luis Robert rope a triple for his first hit of spring training

Watch Luis Robert rope a triple for his first hit of spring training

Of all the excitement surrounding the White Sox entering 2020, Luis Robert might have the most juice right now.

After dominating three levels of the minors last season and fresh off signing a lucrative contract extension before even playing in a big league game, Robert has plenty of buzz around him. On Tuesday, he showed off a little bit of why in Cactus League action.

Robert roped a ball into the right-center field gap and raced to third for a triple.

Robert is known for his power and speed combination, which led to a 30-30 season in the minors last year. This is a good example of it. 

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