Brian Ball, a 20-year employee of the White Sox and their former head trainer, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the team and general manager Rick Hahn, claiming he was fired unlawfully on Oct. 31, 2020, because of his sexual orientation, age and disability. He also claims he was defamed by the team and suffered emotional distress.
The Chicago White Sox are in the midst of a turnaround following a bumpy beginning to the 2022 season. After dropping 11 of 13 games to fall to 8-13 on May 1, a six-game winning streak has them back over .500 entering an intra-division series with the Cleveland Guardians. "When...
White Sox ‘still very much believe’ in team despite skid originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. General manager Rick Hahn discussed the current state of the White Sox as they entered Tuesday's game on a seven-game losing streak. “Is there a concern? Is there frustration? Is there disappointment?...
The decision by manager Tony La Russa and the White Sox to pitch to Twins star Byron Buxton with the game on the line in the bottom of the 10th inning Sunday backfired terribly, as he launched a 469-foot walk-off homer to lift Minnesota to a 6-4 win.
Though the White Sox are currently seeking to contend for a World Series championship, general manager Rick Hahn reiterated his hope to not compromise the team’s future in potential trades.
Gavin Sheets details 'crazy' night of trade rumors originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. No, Gavin Sheets is not headed to Oakland. Late Monday night, White Sox fans may have thought the young slugger was on his way to become an Athletic after a Twitter account posing as a sports reporter said Rick Hahn traded Sheets for A’s starter Frankie Montas. The morning after, Hahn had two words to describe the tweet that got social media in a stir:
The White Sox expect that reliever Garrett Crochet will need Tommy John surgery and miss the entire 2022 season, general manager Rick Hahn told reporters Friday.
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It’s no secret the White Sox had trouble scoring runs last year when games mattered the most. A lot of that could be contributed to the injuries that plagued the team for much of the year too. I just find this amusing. Not because I am trying to be a pessimist, but because, really? Do we really think this lineup is championship caliber? There is still a glaring hole in right field. Spare me the Adam Engel, Gavin Sheets, and Andrew Vaughn trio.