The Sox are ‘‘winning” their rebuild thanks to a clear plan to boost their farm system at the expense of their best and most popular players.
The White Sox are winning the rebuild thanks to a transparent plan to build their farm system that cost them their best players in trades.
A heavy downpour delayed the Dodgers-Sox game in the eighth inning at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Amid the Moncada buzz was the realization in the clubhouse that things could get worse for a team owning the third-worst record in baseball.
Yoan Moncada, the No. 1-ranked prospect in baseball, made his White Sox debut Wednesday night.
Clayton Kershaw pitched seven scoreless innings for the Dodgers.
The Moncada announcement and the multiplayer trade capped a flurry of activity in advance of the non-waiver trade deadline.
Because of Frazier’s and Robertson’s contracts, the significantly lighter expected returns rule the day.
Former All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier, closer David Robertson and outfielder Melky Cabrera all viable trade candidates.
White Sox right-hander Nate Jones, who has been limited to 11 games with elbow problems this season, had season-ending surgery Tuesday.