Yolmer Sanchez is Carving Out a Utility Role

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Yolmer Sanchez is carving out a utility role for what could be the next several years for the Chicago White Sox. With a breakout offensive campaign in 2017 in 134 games this year, he's slashing at .264/.317/.411 with an impressive WAR of 3.3. READ MORE






Reynaldo Lopez Dazzled in Debut

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Reynaldo Lopez dazzled in his debut with the Chicago White Sox on Friday, August 4th. The MLB battle ready rookie fired six innings of two-run ball, enabling the White Sox to beat the Kansas City Royals by a score of 6-3. His fastball consistently clocked in at 97-99 MPH, while his wipeout Uncle Charlie and mind-boggling changeup catapulted him to striking out five of the first six batters he faced. READ MORE


White Sox Add Four Prospects in Trade Deadline Deals

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The shuttle between the South Side of Chicago and O'Hare stayed busy the last couple of weeks with a number of big leaguers heading to other destinations while the White Sox added four prospects to the already robust farm system. Anthony Swarzak, Dan Jennings, and Melky Cabrera are now using their car service of choice for their last ride out from the locker room at Guaranteed Rate Field to a contender. Let's take a look at what the White Sox received in return. READ MORE



Frazier Trade is Symbolic of New Era

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On the surface, the Chicago White Sox trade of Todd Frazier, David Robertson, and Tommy Kahnle to the New York Yankees appears to be nothing more than a rebuilding team dumping veterans for prospects. Dig a little deeper and the Frazier trade is symbolic of the changing of philosophies that is taking place on the South Side of Chicago. READ MORE


Jose Quintana Trade Fills Two Needs

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The two Chicago baseball teams completed a significant transaction that could alter the course of both franchises. The Cubs received stellar starting pitcher José Quintana and parted with four prospects two of whom rank in MLB Pipeline's Top 100 READ MORE