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Topic - Robin Ventura
There weren't many positives for the Chicago White Sox during a 4-1 loss to the San Diego Padres on Friday night.
Even after spending two weeks on the disabled list, Jose Abreu easily leads the Chicago White Sox in home runs and RBIs.
When Chris Sale pitches, it's usually a short night for the bullpen.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura has been ejected for the first time this season.
Chris Sale will return to the Chicago White Sox rotation Thursday.
Chris Sale threw a bullpen session Tuesday and the Chicago White Sox left-hander could come off the disabled list by the weekend and start against the New York Yankees.
It takes a lot to rile up Royals starter Jason Vargas.
White Sox slugger Jose Abreu was prescribed rest for his inflamed left ankle after Monday's MRI exam showed no structural damage, the first bit of positive news for the injury-riddled club in quite some time.
Chicago White Sox lefty John Danks struggled to keep the Houston Astros in the park on Sunday.
The Chicago White Sox couldn't get anything going early on Friday night against the Houston Astros.
Chicago White sox starter Hector Noesi pitched well over his last five innings Saturday against the Houston Astros.
Chase Anderson needed one pitch to remind himself it was still the same game he's been playing all his life. After that, his major league debut became thoroughly enjoyable.
Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura made it pretty clear how he felt after their 5-1 loss Sunday to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Some hitters aren't comfortable swinging at 3-0 pitches. Alexei Ramirez and Jose Abreu aren't among them.
Scott Carroll was fighting himself for much of the night. That made the game much easier for the Chicago Cubs.
"He's continuing to make adjustments with what other teams are trying to do to him," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said last month, "and when he hits it on the barrel it goes a long way."
Ventura said it was the most efficient he's ever seen Sale.