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Topic - Robin Ventura
The Chicago White Sox thought they'd have a handle on the identity of their new closer by now.
Jose Quintana made it to the 200-inning mark last season. Now the Chicago White Sox lefty wants to add even more to his workload.
Hyun-Jin Ryu allowed two hits over two innings in his first spring training start, pitching the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 5-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Friday.
Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn says he will attend this year's Academy Awards.
Tyler Flowers wants to put an awful 2013 season behind him.
Adam Dunn might be headed to the Oscars.
It is already clear that Adam Eaton will bring a lot of energy to the White Sox. His manager hopes some of that will help inspire his new teammates.
Adam Dunn's offseason included a cameo as a bartender in a movie that earned six Academy Award nominations.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn and manager Robin Ventura likely knew what was in store Saturday during a question-and-answer session at SoxFest, the team's annual fan convention - testy questions from fans.
Baseball fans who go see the movie "Dallas Buyers Club" might recognize a familiar face behind the bar.
As their win total plummeted last season, one thing remained steady for the Chicago White Sox - their faith in Robin Ventura.
Chris Sale led a good pitching staff in 2013, but the White Sox need more offense to win in 2014.
CHICAGO (AP) — They faced off 96 times in a span of 17 years. Frank Thomas at the plate and Mike Mussina on the mound, one of baseball's most feared sluggers taking on one of the sport's smartest players.
Major League Baseball says it will bolster its policies against harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation, according to a new agreement provided to The Associated Press on Monday.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy has left his start against the Seattle Mariners in the third inning because of pain in his ribs.
"I like that everybody's here. That makes me feel a lot better," manager Robin Ventura said. "We're getting a better idea of what guys can do. The idea down here is to get ready and you get an opportunity to see them."
"It doesn't necessarily give him the lead, but you know he's been in that situation and he's handled it, so that's a good thing," Ventura said.