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White Sox extend qualifying offer to Jose Abreu

First baseman has 10 days to reject or accept $17.8 million, one-year deal

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White Sox second baseman Yolmer Sanchez wins AL Gold Glove

Sanchez led AL second basemen in defensive runs saved

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Ken Harrelson and Pat Hughes named Frick Award finalists

Former voice of White Sox, current voice of Cubs are among eight finalists for Hall of Fame honor.

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Chicago, ‘L’-inois? It’s been awhile since our last NFL, NBA, NHL or MLB playoff ‘W’

Before 2018 and 2019, the last calendar year to pass without a postseason victory by the Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs or White Sox was 2004. Now we’re in a consecutive-years drought for the first time since the Great Chicago Mire of 1999 through 2001.

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White Sox trade Welington Castillo; Jose Abreu declares free agency

The White Sox, who were not expected to pick up catcher’s option for 2020, receive a low-level prospect for Castillo.

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White Sox outright Cordell, Banuelos, Goins, Skole

White Sox trim four from 40-man roster

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Prolific ticket seller on StubHub caught the attention of the White Sox — and the FBI

A White Sox senior VP told feds that the man’s ticket sales for a hot game ‘could not have happened without a White Sox employee providing inside assistance.’

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White Sox’ Yolmer Sanchez and Lucas Giolito are nominated for Gold Glove awards

Yolmer Sanchez led American League second basemen in defensive runs saved.

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Caught on tape: Ex-Ald. Danny Solis sought money from Jerry Reinsdorf group

With the FBI listening, the alderman brushed off an aide’s concerns that it might be a problem asking for campaign money from Bulls and White Sox owner’s development team that was seeking his help at City Hall.

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White Sox name Frank Menechino hitting coach

Menechino, 48, spent the 2019 season as the organization’s Class AAA hitting coach.

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Baseball needs to put Shoeless Joe back in the game

Museum in Shoeless Joe Jackson’s native South Carolina dedicated to rescuing his reputation.

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White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf: ‘No recollection’ of advising former Marlins exec to finish second

Second-place teams "are the first losers," Reinsdorf says.

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Free agents should buy into positive buzz surrounding White Sox, GM Rick Hahn says

The White Sox have resources to spend in free agency this winter.

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Hitting coach Todd Steverson leaves White Sox ‘with head held high’

‘‘Sometimes it gets to the point where it’s time to part ways,’’ Steverson said.

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White Sox outright Charlie Tilson

The White Sox outrighted outfielder Charlie Tilson, trimming their 40-man roster to 39.

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White Sox part ways with hitting coaches Todd Steverson, Greg Sparks

All other members of manager Rick Renteria’s staff will return for 2020.

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White Sox were mixed bag in 2019

There was much to be encouraged about and much to improve on for a 72-89 team.

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White Sox’ Eloy Jimenez named AL Rookie of the Month

Jimenez hit .340/.383/.710 with nine homers, eight doubles, 25 RBI and 19 runs scored in September.

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Jose Abreu wins RBI title, White Sox win season finale

Abreu is the fourth Sox in history with four seasons of 30-plus home runs and 100-plus RBI, joining Frank Thomas (eight), Paul Konerko (five) and Magglio Ordonez (four). He joins Dick Allen (113 in 1972) as the only Sox to win RBI titles.

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Unfazed White Sox SS Tim Anderson wins AL batting title

Pressure? "I don’t think he feels those types of things like other people do," Lucas Giolito said.

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A rare Hicks-up for White Sox bullpen: Colome blows lead, Tigers gain split

The White Sox almost got through an entire season as the only team with a perfect record when leading entering the ninth inning,

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White Sox’ Reynaldo Lopez locked in during final start of 2019

Right-hander holds Tigers to one run on five hits over eight-plus innings in White Sox’ 7-1 victory

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For White Sox, third place is better but nothing to celebrate

This is the first time in seven years the Sox won’t finish fourth or last in the five-team American League Central.

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White Sox getting closer, but it’s too soon to say next year is their year, GM Rick Hahn says

‘‘How quickly we get to the most important stage — winning — it’s premature to say right now,’’ Hahn said.

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White Sox, Tigers doubleheader rained out

Teams will play two games Saturday, one Sunday

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Rick Renteria right man to manage White Sox in next phase, GM Rick Hahn says

The Sox won’t consider Joe Maddon if he becomes available. ‘‘Ricky is our manager,’’ Hahn said.

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Five pitchers combine on four-hitter, Daniel Palka homers twice in White Sox’ 8-0 victory

Right-hander Dylan Cease was scratched from his last start of the season Thursday with a strained left hamstring.

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Tommy John surgery ‘best thing to happen,’ White Sox’ Michael Kopech says

A year removed from Tommy John surgery, right-hander Michael Kopech will come to spring training with no restrictions, ready to claim a spot in the White Sox’ 2020 rotation that would be his to lose.

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White Sox’ Tim Anderson gets 4 singles, pads lead for batting title

In the Sox’ win over Indians, Anderson raised his average to major-league best .339 with sixth four-hit game of season.

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Defense will be offseason focus for White Sox catcher Zack Collins

Rookie Zack Collins is bent on proving his defense is good enough for the major leagues.

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White Sox’ Tim Anderson officially qualifies for batting title: ‘I’ve come a long way’

"It would mean a lot," Tim Anderson said of winning the batting title. "You better believe I’m going out and trying to get it. I’ve made it this far, so why not?"

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Not like 2016: While Cubs’ Maddon twists, Indians’ Francona just keeps bolstering rep

In a way, the Indians have outlasted the Cubs team that vanquished them in seven games. They’ve won a pair of division crowns since then, to the Cubs’ one. They’ve cut payroll, not added it, yet continued to win. Cleveland players have lost over 1,000 games to injury this season, too, somehow without crumbling in the win-loss column. Excuses? There are none.