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Flat White Sox blanked by Indians

The White Sox say they’re trying to maintain an edge heading into the postseason, but they weren’t that convincing in a loss to the Indians on Saturday.

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White Sox’ postseason pitching picture full of question marks

With Carlos Rodon’s status in doubt and Dylan Cease nursing a bruise on his pitching arm, Michael Kopech could provide a needed lift in a variety of roles.

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Before MLB postseason begins, try some Chicago trivia

While we await with glee the excitement of October, it’s a very good time to answer some Chicago baseball questions.

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Dylan Cease exits White Sox’ 1-0 victory with bruised triceps

Cease threw 5 1⁄3 innings of scoreless ball with nine strikeouts against the Indians.

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Jose Abreu has surpassed Jerry Reinsdorf’s expectations

"I had no idea I was getting somebody who was such a leader and such a wonderful person," Jerry Reinsdorf said of Jose Abreu.

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Jerry Reinsdorf was always all in with White Sox’ rebuild, which is bearing fruit

A division title "means a lot," Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said, "but now there’s a bigger prize and we hope we can bring that home to [our fans]."

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As usual, Tim Anderson leads way in White Sox clincher

Anderson homers twice, sparking White Sox to 7-2 victory.

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Go not-so-crazy, folks! White Sox play it cool after clinching division title in Cleveland

The 2021 Sox were obviously too good, too talented, too stacked not to get to this point. They know they haven’t done a dang thing yet.

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White Sox clinch AL Central title

Tim Anderson homered twice, and Luis Robert and Eloy Jimenez also homered early in the 7-2 victory over the Indians in Game 1 of Thursday’s doubleheader.

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Lately, this White Sox joyride is all wet

With only 11 games to go before the start of the playoffs, it’s hard to find much inspiration in the way the Sox have been playing.

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White Sox waiting for Craig Kimbrel to return to form

Assistant pitching coach Curt Hasler has no doubt the struggling All-Star reliever will figure it out: "We’ve centered on a couple of simple things in his delivery."

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White Sox-Tigers rainout delays possible playoff clinch

Game will be made up Monday in Detroit.

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White Sox are going to the playoffs; does that mean Tony La Russa is doing a good job?

And considering how much better the Tigers have gotten, should A.J. Hinch have been the guy?

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White Sox’ clincher will have to wait

The Sox got 12 hits but dropped their second consecutive game to the Tigers.

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White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon aims to make start next Wednesday vs. Reds

"He’s got another shot next [Wednesday]," manager Tony La Russa said. "Hopefully it will be a better result, so we can be more optimistic."

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White Sox (magic number: 2) lose 4-3 to Tigers, but will they lose Carlos Rodon, too?

Rodon’s moneymaker — an All-Star left arm — continues to malfunction.

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White Sox’ offense striking right balance

Sox are hitting their share of home runs, but they also are scoring without them better than most teams in the majors.

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White Sox OF Adam Engel coming off injured list Tuesday

White Sox outfielder Adam Engel is expected to be reinstated from the injured list before Tuesday’s game, manager Tony La Russa said.

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Tony La Russa says Yoan Moncada is ‘the whole package’ as a hitter

Moncada extended his on-base streak to 28 games Sunday. During that stretch, he’s hitting .327 with two home runs and eight doubles.

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White Sox don’t want repeat of last year’s late-season slide

"We kind of made the mistake of letting off the gas a little bit toward the end, especially after we clinched, so I think that we learned from that mistake," Lucas Giolito said.

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Lance Lynn has given White Sox all they’ve wanted

Despite the loss Saturday to the Rangers, he has been a force on the mound and off.

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Tony La Russa sticking with six-man rotation at least through road trip

La Russa didn’t manage the White Sox on Saturday. He was serving a one-game suspension as a result of the Sox plunking Angels star Shohei Ohtani on Thursday.

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Finishing the season with a kick

Try this week’s baseball quiz while we enjoy the stretch run to the postseason.

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White Sox manager Tony La Russa has done this clinching thing before — and cares only about the ring

We don’t seem to recognize La Russa for the Hall of Fame thing these days. It bears repeating.

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Tim Anderson, Dylan Cease take big steps in White Sox’ win against Rangers

Anderson started for a second consecutive day and Cease threw five scoreless innings as the Sox’ magic number to win the AL Central decreased to five.

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‘Winning Ugly’ White Sox bring back beautiful memories for Tony La Russa

The manager of the 1983 division champions, La Russa reminisced on the 38th anniversary of the Sox’ clinching of the AL West.

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White Sox notebook: After ejections, Tony La Russa denies hitting Shohei Ohtani on purpose

Pitcher Mike Wright was tossed for the first time in his career. La Russa soon was tossed, too, his third time this season and the 91st of his career.

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‘Funky’ White Sox stink up the joint in 9-3 loss to Angels. Maybe it’s time to refocus?

Manager Tony La Russa says gaining home-field advantage in the divisional round isn’t vital, but the Sox need to get their edge back as they begin their last — and longest — road trip of the season.

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White Sox at different points as playoffs approach

Luis Robert is streaking, Eloy Jimenez is slumping and Dallas Keuchel might be omitted from the postseason rotation.

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White Sox closer Liam Hendriks ‘wanted to make sure that our footprint was felt’ in community

Hendriks said being the White Sox’ nominee for the 2021 Roberto Clemente Award is a huge honor, but that’s not why he does the work.

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White Sox’ Ryan Tepera (finger), Andrew Vaughn (back) latest to go on injured list

Tepera showed himself the door and got into a jamb.

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White Sox have all (OK, almost all) their toys back. What now? ‘The best fun you can have’

Tim Anderson and Lucas Giolito were reinstated from the 10-day injured list and in the game Tuesday, their strained left hamstrings no longer gumming up the works.