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2020 Schedule
White Sox
1d

White Sox agree to deals with Bummer, Garcia

The Chicago White Sox agreed Saturday to a $16 million, five-year contract with reliever Aaron Bummer that includes two club options, and a $3.5 million, one-year deal with infielder Leury Garcia.

2d

BBTN: Luis Severino's status is unclear, David Ortiz takes a shot at Mike Fiers

Luis Severino's status is unclear, David Ortiz takes a shot at Mike Fiers and Mike Trout is finding his voice. Alden Gonzalez calls into to talk about all of this, plus his piece on Francisco Lindor possibly being trading, the excitement at Dodgers camp and the anxiety at Angels camp, and his thoughts on why the White Sox could be a lot of fun to watch this season.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rick Renteria, entering his fourth season as White Sox manager, said this spring is "like watching your kids grow up." The White Sox are bursting with young talent and look like one of the most exciting teams in the sport. "We're hoping to fulfill the promise that lies before us."

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10d

White Sox's Lopez targets improved mindset

Reynaldo Lopez saw the success Lucas Giolito had after adopting a more focused approach to pitching for the White Sox. He wants to find a similar solution.

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11d

Rebuild nearly over, White Sox's expectations high

After three years of rebuilding and the offseason additions of All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal and former Cy Young winner Dallas Keuchel, the White Sox think this can be the year they take the big jump into postseason contention.

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15dKiley McDaniel

Source: White Sox agree with Cuban RHP Vera

The White Sox have agreed with Cuban right-handed pitcher Norge Carlos Vera on a deal that the sides expect to make official when the new international signing period opens July 2, a source told ESPN.

Who won and lost the MLB offseason? (2:14)
18d
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30dJesse Rogers

Keuchel sorry, says ex-teammates should be, too

Former Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel apologized on Friday, becoming the first member of the 2017 World Series championship team to say he was sorry for using electronics to steal signs. Keuchel said everyone on the team should apologize.

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37d

McDowell: La Russa put in sign-stealing system

Former White Sox pitcher Jack McDowell, who never played for Tony La Russa, said a camera-aided sign-stealing system was set up by the Hall of Fame manager prior to his being fired, and that was used after McDowell made his debut in 1987.

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37dDon Van Natta

Source: Ineligible list ends at death for MLB bans

Major League Baseball has no hold on banned players after they die, a source told ESPN, which could be significant when it comes to Hall of Fame consideration for "Shoeless" Joe Jackson and others who were banned for life and have since died.

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44d

Encarnacion says White Sox have 'great future'

Edwin EncarnaciĆ³n saw the young players the Chicago White Sox have and a bright future for a team eyeing a run at the AL Central championship after seven straight losing seasons. That's why he chose to be a part of it.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.9022nd
Quality Starts53Tied-15th
WHIP1.4325th
BAA.26325th
Runs70824th
Batting Average.2618th
On Base Percentage.31423rd
Slugging Percentage.41425th