Rick Renteria forcefully defended himself this week against analytics-driven criticism of his in-game decision-making, and the Chicago White Sox manager made it clear that the sabermetrics crowd won’t
Bill Walton is a treasure, the best the sports world has to offer when it comes to far-out, eccentric, charismatic oddballs.
Hawk Harrelson may have called his last Chicago White Sox game back in 2017, but retirement clearly has not lessened the longtime announcer’s disdain for Wrigley Field.
A woman struck by a foul ball during Monday’s game a Guaranteed Rate Field has been released from the hospital, according to a Chicago White Sox spokesperson.
A photographer who was inexplicably plunked by an atrocious ceremonial first pitch ahead of Tuesday’s Chicago White Sox-Kansas City Royals matchup at Guaranteed Rate Field insists both he a
Manny Machado’s decision to sign a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres finally resolved one of two baffling free-agency sagas from this past offseason.
Speculation and rumors continue to abound as Manny Machado’s free-agency odyssey limps forward, but it sounds like one report related to the Chicago White Sox’s purported offer to the slu
A prevailing belief related to Manny Machado’s free-agency odyssey is that the superstar’s decision on where to sign will be predicated on which position the team wants him to play.
The Chicago White Sox are considered among the front-runners in the Manny Machado sweepstakes, so the fact that skipper Rick Renteria recently praised the free-agent slugger should not come as much of
Chicago White Sox groundskeeper Nevest Coleman on Wednesday was presented with a watch commemorating the team’s 2005 World Series victory.
A fan taking in the Chicago White Sox-St.
This weekend, over a foot of snow is projected in the Twin Cities area.
“Wheel of Fortune” appeared to offer up a mea culpa of sorts over a snub that had the Chicago White Sox up in arms earlier this year thanks to what transpired during a recent airing of the
A young Chicago White Sox fan who was victimized by a fellow fan earlier this week received first-class treatment from the team during a return to the ballpark.
Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville became the latest victim to join the annals of disappointing ceremonial first pitch performers.