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76-86, 4th in AL Cent
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Did Jose Abreu disappoint in 2015?

While Abreu was still good this season, he regressed quite a bit from his utter domination in 2014. Is he still worth an early fantasy draft pick? Early top 25 in 2016 (Insider)

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2015 White Sox awards: MVP, LVP ...

With the 2015 season in the books, Doug Padilla hands out some hardware (both good ... and bad) for the White Sox.

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Chicago White Sox 2015 final report card

It's no surprise Jose Abreu and Chris Sale earned high marks. But plenty of others didn't grade out so well in a disappointing season on the South Side.

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Saladino brings good with the bad

Given his dreadful offense, Tyler Saladino may not be the answer to the third base question in Chicago. His defense is so good, though, that his bad hitting doesn't look like such a big problem after all. Breakout defenders (Insider)

Did White Sox fall in Power Rankings?

Chicago ended its season on a low note by losing eight of its last 12 games. Was that enough for the team to drop in our final rankings? Find out here

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: AL Central

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each AL Central team:

  • Chicago White Sox: Jose Abreu
  • Cleveland Indians: Michael Brantley
  • Detroit Tigers: Miguel Cabrera
  • Kansas City Royals: Lorenzo Cain
  • Minnesota Twins: Brian Dozier


Norris leads Tigers to 6-0 win over White Sox

Daniel Norris pitched one-hit ball for five innings and Tyler Collins had a bases-clearing triple as the Detroit Tigers finished their first-to-worst tumble in the AL Central with a 6-0 win over


White Sox edge Tigers 4-3

Leury Garcia singled home the winning run in the ninth as the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 4-3 on Saturday and avoided finishing last in the AL Central.

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Chris Sale knocking your Sox off

Thanks to his record-breaking outing last night, Sale lands in Friday's Top 5 alongside Dallas Keuchel and Jake Arrieta. Who tops who on the list? Friday's Top 5

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Rapid Reaction: White Sox 2, Tigers 1

The Chicago White Sox grabbed an early lead Friday and held on for a 2-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers to open the final series of the season.

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Chris Sale broke a 107-year-old White Sox record Friday with his 270th strikeout of the season. Ed Walsh had 269 strikeouts in 1908 over 464 innings. Sale topped that over 203 innings this season.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25022nd
On Base Percentage.30627th
Slugging Percentage.38029th
Earned Run Average3.9814th
Quality Starts983rd

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