12/11/2013 | White Sox extend contracts with three affiliates
Lost in the hoopla of the White Sox trade for Adam Eaton on Tuesday was the agreement on a six-year player development extension with Triple-A Charlotte and four-year extensions with Class A Kannapolis and Advanced Rookie Great Falls.
12/11/2013 | White Sox trying to check off final items on wish list
General manager knows there is plenty of work left to be completed on reshaping the White Sox for the 2014 season. When exactly he will be able to cross off his final to-do items remains to be seen.
12/11/2013 | Hard-nosed Eaton excited to join White Sox
It took Adam Eaton less than 24 hours to endear himself to much of the White Sox faithful.
12/10/2013 | Higher Draft, international spending offset payroll drop
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn noted that a drop in payroll next season will be countered with increased spending on the First-Year Player Draft and on international signings.
12/10/2013 | Towers unable to pry Sale away in deal
Arizona's Kevin Towers, the Angels' Jerry Dipoto and White Sox general manager Rick Hahn all seemed satisfied with the three-team trade announced on Tuesday. But Towers suggested another White Sox player -- Chris Sale -- would have interested him even more.
12/10/2013 | 'Dirtbag' Eaton brings energy to South Side
Adam Eaton embraces the "dirtbag" label, and hopes it takes over the White Sox clubhouse
12/10/2013 | Hahn, Ventura disregard contract talk
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn and manager Robin Ventura dismissed any notion that Ventura's contract status -- he's entering the final year of a three-year deal -- will put him on the hot seat entering the 2014 season.
12/10/2013 | Eaton brings edge, speed White Sox need
In trading for Adam Eaton, the White Sox haven't had a disturber-of-the-peace like this at the top of their lineup for an extended stretch since forever, and his plate discipline could be a tone-changer, whether he hits leadoff or in the No. 2 spot long term.
12/10/2013 | White Sox acquire Eaton in three-team deal
Adam Eaton, acquired by the White Sox on Tuesday in a three-team deal involving the D-backs and Angels, immediately gives the ballclub a true top-of-the-order hitter, a player who can make things happen with his legs as well as his bat, and a stronger defensive presence in center.
12/10/2013 | Cubs, Sox mourn Comcast SportsNet president Corno
Comcast SportsNet Chicago president Jim Corno Sr. died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. He was 66.
12/10/2013 | Three-way benefit: Applauding an old-fashioned trade
In a three-team trade that included the Angels, D-backs and White Sox, each team met pre-Winter Meetings needs with one blockbuster deal.
12/10/2013 | Mitchell aims to ride Fall League momentum
The Chicago White Sox have to be pleased with the performance of outfield prospect Jared Mitchell in this past Arizona Fall League season, as the speedy outfielder put together an encouraging campaign in the batter's box.
12/10/2013 | Williams projects confident attitude at Winter Meetings
White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams made some bold and confident predictions about the team during an interview with MLB.com on Tuesday afternoon in the lobby of Disney World's Swan & Dolphin Resort.
12/10/2013 | Halos swap Trumbo for pitching in three-way deal
The Angels, D-backs and White Sox have completed a three-team deal involving Angels first baseman/outfielder Mark Trumbo going to Arizona, starters Tyler Skaggs and Hector Santiago going to the Angels and D-backs center fielder Adam Eaton getting shipped to the White Sox.
12/9/2013 | White Sox know Sale's value, but would listen to offers
Left-hander Chris Sale may be as close to untouchable as anyone in the White Sox organization, but that doesn't mean general manager Rick Hahn won't listen to offers for his No. 1 starter.
12/9/2013 | White Sox, Paulino agree to one-year deal
The White Sox on Monday agreed to a one-year deal with right-hander Felipe Paulino. The deal is worth $1.75 million with a club option for 2015.
12/9/2013 | Reinsdorf shares unique bond with La Russa
The best thing for the strong bond of friendship forged between White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and now Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa was La Russa's dismissal from the White Sox in June 1986.
12/9/2013 | La Russa, Torre, Cox going into Hall of Fame
Former managers Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday by a unanimous vote of the Expansion Era Committee.
12/8/2013 | White Sox won't 'force moves' at Winter Meetings
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn and company want to add pieces to help the team compete in 2014, paired with a solid pitching staff already in place, but they won't make moves at this week's Winter Meetings just for a quick fix.
12/7/2013 | Winter Leagues: Sanchez's four hits lead La Guaira
White Sox prospect Carlos Sanchez knocked in four runs, including the game winner in the ninth, as La Guaira beat Aragua in Venezuela.
12/6/2013 | White Sox outright McDade, Tekotte to Triple-A
The White Sox outrighted outfielder Blake Tekotte and infielder Mike McDade to Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.
12/6/2013 | White Sox all business as Winter Meetings approach
There won't be any time for the White Sox to have fun in the Disney World area next week when they travel to Florida for the Winter Meetings. General manager Rick Hahn admits plenty of work still needs to be done in the reshaping or retooling process of a 99-loss team.
12/4/2013 | Konerko's return to South Side shows character
If you fail to see the logic in Paul Konerko accepting a limited role on a White Sox roster that already has Jose Abreu and Adam Dunn as first basemen/DHs, compare it to Tony Perez returning to Cincinnati to finish his Hall of Fame career with the Reds.
12/4/2013 | White Sox must maximize bench versatility
The White Sox are happy to welcome Paul Konerko back to the South Side for one more season, but they must now configure their bench with as much versatility as possible.
12/4/2013 | Next year's Draft deeper, packed with pitchers
Though the Astros still have seven months to determine whom they'll take at No. 1, North Carolina State left-hander Carlos Rodon has established himself as the frontrunner. Owner of a mid-90s fastball and a wipeout slider, Rodon topped NCAA Division I with 184 strikeouts last spring and led the Wolfpack to their first College World Series appearance in 45 years.
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