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2015 Schedule
76-86, 4th in AL Cent
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Don't sleep on Carlos Rodon

The adjustment curve for a rookie pitcher is often lengthy, but Rodon seemed to be figuring it out in late 2015, as evidenced by his 1.81 ERA and 2.33 strikeout-to-walk ratio over his final eight starts. He has a filthy slider that could be instrumental in increasing his strikeout total. Top 5 fantasy sleepers

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L.A. willing to deal Andre Ethier?

The Dodgers have an abundance of outfielders, which is where the White Sox are looking to add to their team. Chicago is reportedly interested in Ethier, but what would need to happen for a trade to take place? MLB rumors roundup

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White Sox considering Andre Ethier?

Chicago is believed to be interested in adding to its outfield, and Ethier has reportedly emerged as a possible trade target. MLB rumors roundup

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Standout group made the Hall in 2014

Featuring three first-ballot players in Frank Thomas, Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine and three iconic managers in Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox, the Baseball Hall of Fame class of '14 is among the best of all time. Schoenfield: Top 5 HOF classes

Inside-the-park home run highlights opening day of Caribbean Series (0:37)
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Frazier deal looks good for White Sox

By trading for 3B Todd Frazier from the Reds, Chicago not only filled a massive need but did so without giving up any high-upside prospects. That's a clear win in David Schoenfield's book. Top 5 offseason moves


Robin Ventura, White Sox Manager

The manager of the White Sox, Robin Ventura, joins David Kaplan and Jesse Rogers. He discusses the moves the team has made in the off-season and previews Soxfest.

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Chicago teams keep eyes on Fowler

Dexter Fowler has yet to lock in a home for 2016, but both teams in Chicago have been actively keeping tabs on his market status, reports CBS Chicago. MLB rumors roundup

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New-look MLB spring training gear

Some teams are throwing it back, back, back, back, back, and others are featuring logos that resemble ... emojis?

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Sox raid minor league for spring training

The White Sox announced on Tuesday that they are extending spring training invitations to 20 non-roster players, reports the Chicago Tribune. MLB rumors roundup

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The secret to Chris Sale's success

Although he doesn't use it to rack up the strikeouts, Sale's sinker is among the top pitches in the game and best of its type. Best pitches in MLB (Insider)

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White Sox, reliever Albers agree to 1-year deal

The Chicago White Sox and reliever Matt Albers have agreed to a one-year contract that guarantees $2.25 million and includes a club option for 2017.

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Who will sign Yoenis Cespedes?

Given the multiyear deal Justin Upton secured -- which Cespedes will surely try to top -- the Mets and Astros don't appear to be likely suitors. Meanwhile, the White Sox and Angels are logical fits but might not be willing to spend the money. MLB rumors roundup

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White Sox could use another bat

With weak spots in both the outfield and at shortstop, Chicago would be an ideal fit for a hitter like Justin Upton, Yoenis Cespedes or Ian Desmond, Jim Bowden writes. Fits for free agents (Insider)

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Will Yoenis Cespedes sign soon?

Since Chris Davis re-signed with the Orioles on Saturday, the market for Cespedes has been heating up. As many as 10 teams are reportedly in on the slugger, with the Tigers, White Sox and Astros among those said to be interested. MLB rumors roundup

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White Sox's lineup just misses cut

Chicago's offense, which received a big boost with the addition of Todd Frazier, fell just short of cracking Buster Olney's list of the game's best. Top 10 lineups (Insider)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

So the San Diego Padres signed Alexei Ramirez to fill their gaping hole at shortstop. While Ramirez had been a valuable asset in the past for the White Sox, he was barely a replacement-level shortstop in 2015 with a .285 OBP while losing a step on defense. Considering he's 34 and moving to a tougher home run park, I wouldn't bet on much of a bounce back and he's likely just a one-year stopgap for the Padres.

Team Stats

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

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