2/26/2015 | First week of camp in the books for improved White Sox
How do the White Sox look through one week of Spring Training, which concluded with Thursday's workout at Camelback Ranch? Executive vice president Ken Williams thinks his club appears to be even better than it looks on paper.
2/26/2015 | Maximizing speed Coleman's mission with White Sox
Vince Coleman's task at all levels within the White Sox organization is not simply about improving noted basestealers such as Adam Eaton or Micah Johnson. It's about making smart speed as much a part of the White Sox game as power.
2/26/2015 | Davidson reclaims zeal for game, confidence
White Sox prospect Matt Davidson looks forward to erasing memories of a disappointing 2014 season.
2/25/2015 | Coleman infuses passion for baserunning into discussion
Wednesday's session held by Vince Coleman on a back field at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday was termed by White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams as the best speech on baserunning he had ever heard.
2/25/2015 | Melky aims to be catalyst from No. 2 spot
With Melky Cabrera reporting to Spring Training on Tuesday, the projected White Sox No. 2 hitter sat down with the leadoff man and had their first of what figures to be numerous talks to get things set at the top of the order.
2/25/2015 | White Sox feel pain of Bulls', Blackhawks' injuries
Two significant injuries -- to the Bulls' Derrick Rose and the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane -- devastated the Chicago sports scene on Tuesday night, and the White Sox shared in the feeling.
2/25/2015 | Low-key Quintana works in the zone, under the radar
Jose Quintana doesn't flash dominant raw stuff or garner much attention off the field, but the left-hander is just as important to the White Sox in 2015 as the rest of the star-studded rotation.
2/24/2015 | LaRoche the leader of White Sox overhaul
When the White Sox held their first full-squad workout, everywhere you looked, there was a potentially significant player acquired during the roster overhaul that started with the deal for Adam LaRoche.
2/24/2015 | LaRoche happy to lead, but knows role is earned
The role of leader is one that Adam LaRoche will gladly assume with the White Sox, as both the oldest player on the team's 40-man-roster and a man who comes to the organization with the reputation of being a highly positive clubhouse influence. He also knows that arriving in a new league via free agency, let alone a new organization, means that mantle of leadership won't be assumed overnight.
2/24/2015 | Ventura gives players his state of White Sox address
Robin Ventura gave his state of the White Sox address before his squad's first full Spring Training workout Wednesday at Camelback Ranch. But the manager's speeches aren't designed to present all his "A" material in one sitting.
2/24/2015 | Rodon dazzles in first batting practice session
With each day spent at his first big league Spring Training, Carlos Rodon seems to learn a little more about his repertoire. And the rest of the White Sox get a look at the immense talent possessed by the team's No. 1 prospect, per MLB.com.
2/24/2015 | Johnson says stealing not lost art, but runners must be smart
Micah Johnson didn't make a grand prediction of a 100-stolen base rookie season Tuesday, when the full White Sox roster was in camp for the first time and working at Camelback Ranch. The 24-year-old isn't a lock to make the team, let alone win the battle to start at second base.
2/23/2015 | Cooper points to system's depth of pitching
It's still early in camp, but pitching coach Don Cooper believes the White Sox are in a much better position with their pitching depth than in recent years.
2/23/2015 | Eight-man bullpen under consideration by White Sox
Manager Robin Ventura stated during his media session on Monday at Camelback Ranch that the White Sox are considering taking eight relievers and one less position player when they break camp in early April.
2/23/2015 | Abreu trying to reach postseason, not duplicate rookie season
Jose Abreu enters his second season with the White Sox with the American League Rookie of Year Award in his back pocket, but the Cuban slugger is not satisfied with last year's success.
2/22/2015 | White Sox second-base job a five-man battle
While many White Sox position players worked out Sunday morning on the back fields at Camelback Ranch, they aren't officially scheduled to report until Tuesday. The fight for the starting second-base job will switch into high gear at that point, with Micah Johnson, Carlos Sanchez, Emilio Bonifacio, Gordon Beckham and Tyler Saladino all in the mix.
2/22/2015 | Crain, Albers could bolster White Sox bullpen
The White Sox non-roster additions of Matt Albers and Jesse Crain didn't earn the national attention that the David Robertson free-agent signing or the Jeff Samardzija trade garnered, as examples. But the right-handed Albers and Crain could end up making key contributions to the team before this 2015 season is complete.
2/22/2015 | Rodon: Preparing as starter also works for relieving
When it comes to starting vs. relieving, Carlos Rodon looks at the situation sort of like a haircut. Allow the sport's No. 14 prospect, per MLB.com, and the third pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft to explain for a better understanding of the concept.
2/21/2015 | Coleman making quick impact on White Sox speedsters
Vince Coleman, hired by the White Sox as a baserunning instructor to work with the Major League and Minor League teams, was showing some moves to Micah Johnson, Carlos Sanchez and Jared Mitchell on one of the back fields at Camelback Ranch on Saturday
2/21/2015 | Avisail sheds pounds, but not cravings
White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia dropped around 15 pounds during the offseason in order to help everything from his baserunning to tracking baseballs in the outfield.
2/21/2015 | Rodon looks inward for motivation
Carlos Rodon understands the hype of being the No. 3 pick in the First-Year Player Draft, but the young left-hander is simply trying to manage his own expectations during his first White Sox camp.
2/21/2015 | Danks lowers angle, maintains high expectations
Left-hander John Danks has lowered his arm angle and lowered his leg kick upon pitch delivery. But his expectations for the 2015 season are riding high as Spring Training begins for the White Sox at Camelback Ranch.
2/20/2015 | White Sox open Spring Training in position to contend
Generally as upbeat as he is excitable, White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper was practically levitating as he moved around the workout mounds at Camelback Ranch during the club's first workout of Spring Training.
2/20/2015 | White Sox split on MLB's new pace initiatives
Reaction to Major League Baseball's initiatives to minimize game lengths was mixed in the White Sox clubhouse.
2/20/2015 | Sale focused on present, season-long health
Chris Sale may be the de facto captain for the White Sox, but the ace left-hander prefers to let his on-field performance speak for itself.
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