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Photos: White Sox at spring training

Photos: White Sox at spring training

Sox reliever Jones on injury: 'Nothing big'

GLENDALE, Ariz. – White Sox relief pitcher Nate Jones said Sunday that the left gluteal strain that has sidelined him for the start of spring training is “nothing big,” and he hopes to return to competing to be the Sox closer by next week.

Chris Sale says he matured during dismal season

Though White Sox ace persevered through personally successful 2013, he learned a lot about working as team amid lossesGLENDALE, Ariz. — As the White Sox continue their reconstruction following the 2013 season, they have made it known they would consider dealing several players if they thought it would benefit their long-term goals.

Spring training competition abundant on White Sox

And nowhere is it more evident than for closer's role, with Nate Jones' early injury proving opportunity for his many rivalsGLENDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox took to the practice fields to begin spring training at Camelback Ranch on a hot and sunny Saturday morning in many ways an unsettled team.

Fresh start program begins anew for White Sox

They know they can't run away from recent awful past, but they are determined to rewrite script for happier ending to 2014GLENDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox don't like to use the word "rebuild," preferring to operate under the illusion they're realistic contenders again despite a 99-loss season in 2013.

Jones out with injury on 1st day of Sox spring training

Belisario also missing with visa issuesGLENDALE, Ariz. -– White Sox reliever Nate Jones will sit out activity in the first few days of spring training because of a mild-to-moderate glute strain.

White Sox have a lot on their spring platter

It should be an interesting spring training to see how the rotation, closing role and crowded positions play outGLENDALE, Ariz. — The dominant question for the White Sox during the last couple of months of the 2013 season seemed to be: How bad can it get?

Hendry mourns Fregosi's death: 'A real sad day'

Former Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry referred to Friday as “a real sad day” after learning that his friend Jim Fregosi had passed away.

Former White Sox manager Jim Fregosi dead at 71

All-Star shortstop, major league manager and longtime top talent evaluator left large mark on game since playing debut in 1961Summing up Jim Fregosi's life runs much deeper than his 18 seasons as an All-Star shortstop and 15 years as manager that included an unsuccessful but amusing three seasons with the White Sox.

Former Sox manager Fregosi suffers stroke

Former All-Star shortstop and major league manager Jim Fregosi suffered multiple strokes during a Major League Baseball alumni cruise, and he was flown to a Miami hospital from the Cayman Islands.

Jack McDowell taking on fresh challenge

AL Cy Young Award winner for White Sox in 1993 will manage in minors for Dodgers after coaching high school baseball Jack McDowell's training for his first job as a professional baseball manager started at the very beginning — T-ball.

A day later, Jeter content with decision

One day after announcing that the 2014 season will be his last in the major leagues, New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter said Thursday he feels good about his decision.

Derek Jeter says 2014 season will be his last

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter announced Wednesday afternoon on his Facebook page that the 2014 season will be his last in the major leagues.

Pujols drops defamation suit against Clark

Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels is no longer pursuing a defamation lawsuit against Jack Clark after the former major leaguer took back what he said last year about Pujols using performance-enhancing drugs.

Tanaka embraces Yankees challenge

NEW YORK -- Masahiro Tanaka got off to a flying start as the New York Yankees' latest big-money player at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday after a splashy arrival.

Twins GM Ryan diagnosed with cancer

The Minnesota Twins announced Monday that general manager Terry Ryan was diagnosed with a treatable form of cancer.

Bill Veeck, baseball's Barnum

Innovative executive thrived on attentionMary Frances Veeck had to think about the question for a few seconds: How would her late husband of 35 years, the legendary baseball executive Bill Veeck, handle being 100 years old?

White Sox plot two-pronged plan: now and forever

GM Rick Hahn wants contender for 2014 that's built to last, albeit with considerable growing pains along the wayAfter hitting rock bottom in 2013, the White Sox had two choices.

Sox sign reliever Boggs

With eight days before pitchers and catchers report to spring training, the White Sox added another veteran to their bullpen.

Rodriguez drops lawsuits against baseball

NEW YORK -- New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez on Friday dropped his lawsuit against Major League Baseball over his record suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs, according to court filings.

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