Chicago White Sox

Sox in '15: Who rights a left-leaning rotation?
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The Chicago White Sox would like to get a little more balance in their rotation, one of the bigger priorities outside of rebuilding the bullpen.

Sox in '15: Catching on behind the plate
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No doubt a topic of conversation in the Chicago White Sox's think tank is what to do with the catching position.Tyler Flowers was solid at calling games again in 2014, but his offense was sporadic, from a hot start as a singles hitter, to a sudden slump to a resurgence at the start of the second half that most people wanted to credit to his change from contact lenses to sport glasses.

Sox in '15: Three options at second base
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The Chicago White Sox are currently carrying three guys for one position next season, although offseason roster activity could reduce that number.With the Gordon Beckham era now complete, the White Sox are in line to have Marcus Semien, Carlos Sanchez and Micah Johnson battle for the Opening Day job at second base.

Sox in '15: Building a better bullpen
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Reconstructing the Chicago White Sox's relief corps figures to be one of general manager Rick Hahn's biggest challenges this offseason.

Konerko had a hunch about these Royals
Paul Konerko had a hunch about these Kansas City Royals. In fact, they remind him a lot of his 2005 Chicago White Sox

Sox in '15: Team created financial flexibility
It is no accident the Chicago White Sox will have a significant amount of money to spend this offseason.The White Sox started clearing the books back in July 2013 when Jake Peavy was traded to the Boston Red Sox.

Take 'em or Leave 'em: Vote on White Sox
Which White Sox players should be back in 2015? ESPN Chicago's Doug Padilla makes his picks and you can too. Check out his picks and vote for your own here.

Adam Dunn, 34, calls it a career
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Oakland Athletics designated hitter Adam Dunn is retiring, he told ESPN's Pedro Gomez.

Braves' Greg Walker resigns
The changes keep coming for the Atlanta Braves.

Sharp admires Konerko's loyalty to Sox
CHICAGO -- Patrick Sharp wouldn't mind ending his career with the Chicago Blackhawks just as Paul Konerko did with the Chicago White Sox.Sharp, who has been with the Blackhawks since 2005, said Tuesday he's appreciated Konerko's loyalty to the White Sox.

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