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On Wednesday, Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson tweeted out a picture of the new car he gave his mom. Last week, the 23-year-old signed a six-year, $25 million contract extension with the White Sox after batting .283 in his first season in the majors. (@TimAnderson7/Twitter)

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7hJoe Peta

Predicting White Sox's 2017 record

The White Sox will be living in the shadow of the Cubs for quite some time, but Joe Peta fears they may do so from the cellar of the AL Central for at least a few seasons.

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Rays acquire OF Bourjos from White Sox

The Tampa Bay Rays have bolstered their outfield depth, acquiring speedy Peter Bourjos from the Chicago White Sox for cash or a player to be named.

Does Tim Anderson's upside make him a steal? (0:55)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Cheap steals in AL-only: Jacob May now has a clear path to the White Sox's center field job, following Peter Bourjos' trade to the Rays. May offers speed and defense and little else -- and he's probably a backup come late May when Charlie Tilson returns -- but that's a skills combination that worked for Jarrod Dyson for years in Kansas City.

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2dDan Szymborski, Special to ESPN.com

Should MLB's bad clubs just tank?

As the 2013 Astros proved, tearing things down can lead to a faster turnaround on and off the field for losing teams. The White Sox have begun putting that notion to the test and should continue to do so.

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Rodon (biceps) likely to begin season on DL

Chicago White Sox left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodon likely will begin the season on the disabled list after being scratched from his spring start Friday due to left biceps tightness.


Should the Cardinals target Quintana?

What would it take for the Cardinals to get Jose Quintana? Wheeler explains what the team would have to give up in order to acquire one of the best pitchers in baseball.

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5dJerry Crasnick

Is Lucas Giolito still worth the hype?

When the White Sox landed the Nationals' top prospect, the deal seemed like a steal. Just three months later, though, it's losing its luster.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Tim Anderson's $25.5 million extension is unusual for a player with less than a year of service time, but it's a low-risk deal for the White Sox given the relative minimal outlay. I don't see Anderson becoming a star due to his poor plate discipline (117 SO/13 BB), but he looked good in the field and flashed some pop.

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White Sox SS Anderson gets record contract

Tim Anderson has reached a six-year, $25 million extension with the White Sox. It's the largest contract ever for a major leaguer with less than one year of service.

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White Sox's Rodon K's 5 in first spring start

White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon tossed four scoreless innings in his first Cactus League start, striking out five as Chicago beat the Los Angeles Angels 11-2.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Carlos Rodon celebrates St. Patrick's Day by throwing a side session at White Sox camp.

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The Chicago White Sox's 2017 season tickets feature designs honoring franchise greats and various logos styled to reflect different time periods. (@ToddRadom/Twitter)

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15dDavid Schoenfield

Make-or-break season ahead for Avisail Garcia

Garcia's career in a nutshell has been not enough power, not enough walks and not enough defense. Nobody is calling him "Mini Miggy" any longer.

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Jim Bowden

Don't worry about Yoan Moncada's spring struggles

Moncada has struck out 12 times in 29 at-bats this spring, as secondary pitches continue to give him issues. Don't fret, White Sox fans: He's still just 21 years old and will figure it out.

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José Quintana allowed 1 run in 5 2/3 IP, got no-decision for Colombia. Over last 4 MLB seasons, he has 46 no-decisions when pitching at least 5 innings, most in MLB in that span.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

If you want to know why the Yankees or Astros want Jose Quintana, you're seeing why tonight as he's dominated the U.S. through five no-hit innings. His trade value may have gone up a bit as well.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25713th
On Base Percentage.31720th
Slugging Percentage.41017th
Earned Run Average4.1014th
Quality Starts953rd

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