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1/23/2015 | Back at home, Samardzija ready to get down to business

Jeff Samardzija spent his 30th birthday on Friday at SoxFest, mingling with the fanbase of which he is a card-carrying member.

1/23/2015 | Rodon has sights set on Majors at SoxFest

Left-hander Carlos Rodon, the White Sox top prospect, is driven to prove he belongs on Chicago's Opening Day roster for 2015, less than a year after the club selected him No. 3 overall in the Draft.

1/23/2015 | Hahn surprised, emboldened by offseason success

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn readily admits that the October 2014 version of himself might not believe it if you told him how the club's offseason would go.

1/23/2015 | White Sox poised for historic turnaround

Just how good can the White Sox be this season? They lost 99 games two years ago and 89 games last season. Can they bounce back from such a depth to make the playoffs? Sure they can.

1/22/2015 | White Sox trio visits young patients at hospital

White Sox manager Robin Ventura, right fielder Avisail Garcia and left-handed reliever Dan Jennings visited with young patients and their families at University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, delivering White Sox gifts to get fans at Comer ready for the 2015 season.

1/22/2015 | Fans buzzing about club ahead of SoxFest

Even if White Sox general manager Rick Hahn had made only a few offseason moves to somewhat improve the 2015 squad, this weekend's SoxFest still would hold plenty of interest.

1/22/2015 | Top 15 things to do and see at SoxFest 2015

Thank you for attending SoxFest 2015 -- it's going to be an amazing weekend for every White Sox fan! Here is a list of 15 things to see and do at SoxFest.

1/22/2015 | Righty Crain among 24 White Sox NRIs

The White Sox signed 15 players to Minor League contracts with invitations to Major League Spring Training on Thursday, while also handing out non-roster invites to nine Minor Leaguers.

1/21/2015 | SoxFest to feature much more than autographs, photos

The White Sox expect approximately 16,750 autographs to be signed and 3,425 photos to be taken by and with their players during weekend SoxFest activities starting Friday afternoon at the Hilton Chicago. But the sold-out festivities will feature more than these usual staples.

1/21/2015 | White Sox single game tickets available Feb. 27

Individual game tickets to 2015 Chicago White Sox home games at U.S. Cellular Field go on sale to the general public on Friday, Feb. 27, at 10 a.m. CT on or by calling 866-SOX-GAME. Tickets will be sold online and by phone only on Feb. 27.

1/21/2015 | White Sox announce 2015 staff assignments

The White Sox announced on Wednesday their player-development staff assignments for the 2015 season, with a few changes from '14.

1/20/2015 | Sale seeks top prize at bargain price for White Sox

Chris Sale has begun his winter conditioning in earnest as he prepares to lead a reinvigorated White Sox club back into contention during 2015.

1/19/2015 | Sale to have college jersey retired

Florida Gulf Coast University announced Monday afternoon via press release that White Sox staff ace Chris Sale, entering his sixth big league season, will have his college jersey No. 41 retired.

1/19/2015 | Podsednik set to reminisce about Series shot at SoxFest

Scott Podsednik will relive one of the greatest moments in White Sox history as well as numerous other memories from the special season during SoxFest this weekend. The festivities all but officially begin the 10-year anniversary celebration, with nine players from the '05 team scheduled to attend.

1/18/2015 | 12 deals that led to Chicago's baseball boom

You have to tip your hat to Rick Hahn and Theo Epstein. They've not only been builders, but they've been extremely successful deal-makers, expediting -- through a series of very smart trades -- the recovery from a 2013 season in which the White Sox and Cubs lost a combined 195 games.

1/16/2015 | Inbox: What's the South Siders' next move?

Reporter Scott Merkin discusses the club's perception of Tyler Flowers, Dayan Viciedo's future, Emilio Bonifacio and more in his lastest White Sox Inbox.

1/15/2015 | White Sox avoid arbitration with three right-handers

The White Sox agreed to terms on one-year contracts with right-handed pitchers Hector Noesi, Javy Guerra and Nate Jones, avoiding arbitration with all three.

1/15/2015 | White Sox gearing up for packed SoxFest

If White Sox fans had their choice, 2015 Spring Training would begin sometime this weekend. While they'll have to wait until Feb. 20 for players to report to Camelback Ranch, they don't have to wait to revel in the organization's reshaping and potential rejuvenation with SoxFest taking place from Jan. 23-25 in downtown Chicago.

1/15/2015 | White Sox will retire Konerko's number on May 23

On May 23, the White Sox will honor franchise icon Paul Konerko by making his No. 14 the 11th number to be retired in team history.

1/14/2015 | Anderson eager to seize second chance with White Sox

Brian Anderson is guaranteed nothing by the Minor League deal that was agreed upon with the White Sox on Wednesday. Not a spot on the team's 40-man roster. Not an invite to big league Spring Training. Not even a job with Triple-A Charlotte after Minor League camp is complete. Yet the 32-year-old is simply thrilled to be wearing a White Sox uniform once again.

1/12/2015 | Viciedo, White Sox come to terms on 1-year deal

The White Sox reduced their total of arbitration-eligible players to five by agreeing to terms with outfielder Dayan Viciedo on a one-year, $4.4 million contract.

1/12/2015 | Sox reportedly agree to deal with Andy LaRoche

Spring Training will have a family feel for Adam LaRoche, with the White Sox reportedly agreeing to terms on a Minor League deal with his brother, Andy. That deal involves a non-roster invite to big league camp.

1/12/2015 | Amid flurry of offseason moves, White Sox spending wisely

The best way to describe the White Sox offseason to date would be flexible aggressiveness. There's no reason to delve further into the aggressiveness portion. As for the flexible part of the maneuvers, closer David Robertson's four-year, $46 million deal stands as the only deal that potentially could hurt the club if things went sideways.

1/9/2015 | SoxFest sold out; fans can join hotel package waiting list

SoxFest 2015 single-day passes, hotel packages and premium upgrade packages that went on sale Friday morning have all sold out, the team has announced. Fans still interested in attending the event can join a waiting list for hotel packages for the annual event, which will take place from Jan. 23-25 at the Hilton Chicago.

1/8/2015 | White Sox prospects find mini-camp quite beneficial

Spring Training workouts won't begin for at least six weeks for most of the 13 players taking part in the second annual White Sox hitters mini-camp at Camelback Ranch in Arizona. But with the conclusion of the three-day workout Wednesday, many of the top young prospects invited, as well as the couple of veterans involved, finished an offensive primer to enhance their spring exams.

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