John Danks looking, pitching more like old self
Radar gun readings, scouting reports, results all pointing in the right direction
Last spring, John Danks had quite a rough time keeping runs off the board. Through eight innings in 2014, teams can't figure out how to capitalize against him.
He threw five scoreless innings against the
Q&A with James E. Elfers, author of "The Tour to End All Tours"
The man behind the book about the 1913-14 White Sox-Giants world tour answers more questions about the subject
Throughout my series on the 100th anniversary of the White Sox and Giants' world tour, the name "James E. Elfers" appeared just as often as more famous figures like "Charles Com...
Gamethread: White Sox vs. Rangers
John Danks makes his third start on a whitesox.com webcast
After a glorious day in high-definition for a limited audience, it's back to a free whitesox.com webcast for all, with the first pitch at 3:05 p.m. Central.
Adam Eaton, CF
A/V Room: First encounter with challenges favors White Sox
Plus: Micah Johnson sets a high bar for the year's best catch before Opening Day (which Chris Sale will start), and other White Sox news
The White Sox's first-ever game played with
White Sox-Giants World Tour: March 10, 1914
A spectacular journey comes to its official end at the Congress Hotel in Chicago
For the first time in 141 days, the Chicago White Sox traveled without the company of the New York Giants. Aft...
Gamethread: White Sox vs. Brewers
MLB Network will air the game whenever the Red Sox finish theirs
Daylight Saving Time means Opening Day is one hour closer than it was last week. It also means spring training games start an hour later, since Arizona sidesteps the whole hour change completely.
Three reasons why the wait is worth it today:
It's a full broadcast on MLB Net...
White Sox uncertainties update: Left field, third base, rotation, bullpen
Robin Ventura is preparing for a regular season with Alejandro De Aza, Dayan Viciedo and Jeff Keppinger, but only one might be able to answer the bell
Jon Heyman checked in on the White Sox during SI.com's spring training previews, and he echoes the sentiments of so many outside observers: