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Asked to describe his team’s overall effort in Wednesday’s game against the Guardians, acting White Sox manager Miguel Cairo had a simple response. “We didn't play good,” Cairo said postgame. “They played better than us. Simple as that.”. Cairo reiterated that point a couple of times...
Luis Robert’s 2022 season is over, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said, after the center fielder landed on the 10-day injured list Saturday with a sprained left wrist. “Given the fact the discomfort seems to be persisting — I think you’ve all seen it as various at-bats and games have gone on,” Hahn said, “and the way games have played out over the past week, we feel it’s better just to shut him down at this point and get him completely healthy which is expected to occur with the passage of time.”
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Lucas Giolito pushed back when asked how surprising or shocking it is that the White Sox are in their current position so late in the season. “I wouldn't say it's surprising or shocking,” Giolito said Friday. “We've had a whole season of not putting things together. Tonight, another tough loss late.”
There are already a few major changes coming to Major League Baseball next season. And Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell has an idea for another one. During an appearance on 620 WTMJ earlier this week, Counsell was asked whether he thinks there's an unwritten age limit for fans bringing a glove to the ballpark.
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa will not return for the remainder of the 2022 MLB season, the team announced Saturday afternoon. La Russa, according to a release, underwent additional testing and medical procedures over the past week regarding the heart condition that has kept him out of the White Sox' dugout since late August. The decision was reached at the direction of the examining doctors.
Manager Tony La Russa will not return to the White Sox dugout for the remainder of the 2022 season, the team announced Saturday afternoon. In a release, the team said La Russa was directed to not return at the direction of his doctors “after undergoing additional testing and medical procedures over the past week.”
Hayden Wesneski takes pride in filling up the strike zone. The Cubs rookie said so after his last start against the Rockies, when he struck out seven in seven innings. "I think that’s just the best chance you have of staying here longest, is just filling it up," said Wesneski, who allowed a run and three hits vs. Colorado. "So that’s just part of my MO and who I’ve been.
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Albert Pujols slugged his way into a historic club on Friday. The St. Louis Cardinals first baseman crushed the 699th and 700th home runs of his career in an 11-0 win over his former team, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The homers came in consecutive at-bats for Pujols, putting him alongside Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds as the only players to reach the 700-homer milestone.
Major League Baseball announced White Sox minor league pitcher Jendersson Caraballo has been suspended 60 games without pay for violating baseball's drug prevention and treatment program. Caraballo, 22, tested positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the program. His suspension is effective at the start of his 2023...
In a best-case scenario, the White Sox would have swept the Guardians this week to get within a game of first place in the AL Central and set up a thrilling race to end the regular season. The worst-case scenario was — you guessed it — what played out over...
The Chicago Cubs High-A affiliate, the South Bend Cubs, won the Midwest League Championships against the Lake County Captains with a 7-4 win on Wednesday. The minor league Cubs racked up a five-run third inning with a three-run blast from Owen Caissie and a two-run home run from Pablo Aliendo, boosting them to an early lead and carrying them to the win.
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