Mark Buehrle's No. 56 will be retired by the Chicago White Sox as part of a special ceremony on June 24.
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No one in Chicago White Sox camp is happier for a new season than James Shields.
White Sox GM Rick Hahn discusses with Carmen and Jurko the new-look roster and expects the fans' positivity to fade as the team struggles.
Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer
A team that has been talking with the White Sox says they've been waiting for Nats to sign Matt Wieters to rekindle David Robertson trade talks. White Sox need a catcher. Derek Norris or Pedro Severino could be a fit.
With two spots in their outfield vacated, the Chicago White Sox are hoping a familiar face can fill one and that someone emerges from a crowded Camelback Ranch camp to fill the other.
Whether it's a revolving cast of characters or a few who can't get the job done, every team has an area weighing it down. Which have hurt the worst?
Nick Swisher has officially retired from baseball after a 12-year major league playing career that included a World Series title with the Yankees.
The White Sox are far from No. 1 on this list. But that's the point of a rebuild, right?
Following his trade from Chicago, the 27-year-old ace leaves behind the only pitching coach he's had as a pro. Can he forge the same bonds in Boston?
Andrew Benintendi and Dansby Swanson have already produced in the majors, but they're not the only prospects who can help their clubs this season.
Anderson has been somewhat of a roller coaster for the White Sox; he'll look to find his groove in 2017.
The Nationals are pursuing White Sox closer David Robertson, but the trade talks reportedly have stalled.
Several Chicago teams and players acknowledged the city's own Chance the Rapper, who took home three Grammy awards on Sunday.
David Schoenfield is excited to watch a handful of Chicago's recent trade acquisitions. Will Yoan Moncada make the roster? Is Lucas Giolito ready for a major league rotation? Our writers discuss these topics and more.
Invitations to camp can mean first glances for prospects and last chances for veterans like Josh Hamilton. Who should be on your spring scorecard?
James Shields was so good for so long that you can't rule out a bounce back. His problems -- an inability to throw soft stuff for strikes or to keep his fastball down in the zone -- seem fixable.
A mega-deal involving an ace? Both teams get an A. Whiff badly as one AL Central team did? That's an F. Here's our hot stove report card for 2017.
Washington has reportedly negotiated with the Chicago White Sox regarding their closer, David Robertson.
Adding a huge haul of prospects in two major trades reloaded the White Sox farm system with high-end talent like power right-hander Michael Kopech.
Dustin Pedroia getting down and dirty. Trea Turner's speed. Nelson Cruz's power. Put those all together and there's a lot to be excited about in 2017.
Hansen too good to be a sleeper?
Although he technically isn't among the top 100 prospects, Hansen showed last season that he's more than just a second-rounder, Keith Law writes. The White Sox made the adjustments to get the right-hander touching 98 mph. Top sleeper prospects (Insider)
Texas has reportedly increased its pursuit of White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana, but it is unclear if a deal is imminent.
From the usual suspects to a recent world champion, the 2017 season likely isn't about contention for these struggling squads. Which are on their way to brighter days?
The Royals are deep, the Tigers are top heavy and the Twins have pitching in the pipeline. But thanks to two big trades, Chicago's system has enough quality prospects to push it into the top 10.