Chicago White Sox

White Sox looking to act fast this winter
CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox hope that the signing of left-handed reliever Zach Duke on Tuesday is the beginning of a quick roster retooling this offseason.

White Sox program sends six to college
CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox gave the floor Tuesday to six members of their Amateur City Elite program to sign letters of intent to play baseball at the college level.

Would White Sox part with Alexei?
CHICAGO -- If teams are going to try and pry a core player away from the Chicago White Sox, its going to come at a steep price.As trade rumors begin to swirl regarding White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez, general manager Rick Hahn neither confirmed nor denied those inquiries Tuesday, but did not sound as if he was shopping his All-Star infielder.

What are White Sox getting in Zach Duke?
What are the White Sox getting in Zach Duke?From our viewpoint, he was the second-best left-handed relief option available in free agency, behind Andrew Miller.

Zach Duke signs for 3 years, $15M
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The White Sox started the process of rebuilding their bullpen Tuesday, signing left-hander Zach Duke to a three-year, $15 million deal.

Former player Alvin Dark dies at 92
Alvin Dark, a player and manager on World Series champions who sparked perhaps the most famous rally in baseball history, died Thursday. He was 92.

Notes: Rangers in market for catcher
PHOENIX -- The Texas Rangers are committed to Robinson Chirinos as their starting catcher for the 2015 season. But who will be the the No. 2 catcher remains uncertain.

Chris Sale on track to win Cy Young soon
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CHICAGO -- It might be another season without a Cy Young Award for Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale, but things are undoubtedly moving in the right direction.

Corey Kluber edges out King Felix
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Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians was named the American League's top pitcher, winning his first Cy Young Award.

Josh Donaldson headlines Super 2s
Oakland third baseman Josh Donaldson, Houston designated hitter Chris Carter and Kansas City reliever Kelvin Herrera are among 26 players with less than three years of major league service who have qualified for salary arbitration.

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