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Watch: White Sox top prospect Luis Robert blasts homer while falling down

Projected to be in Chicago’s everyday lineup when its truncated 2020 season starts on July 24, Robert showed his teammates what he’s capable of during Saturday’s scrimmage.

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Kopech opts out

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The starter, counted on to play a significant role for 2020, won’t be back until 2021

Not a lot else to say here as the news breaks in a Friday news dump (!) that Michael Kopech will not be with the Chicago White Sox this season:

While there was a lot of speculation as to the reasons why Kopech wasn’t part of Summer Camp when the team regathered a week ago, most reasonable people settled on the fact that the fireballer was simply deciding whether to...

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White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech opts out of 2020 MLB season

The Chicago White Sox will have to wait longer to see pitcher Michael Kopech back on the bump following Tommy John surgery.

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Chicago White Sox star pitcher Michael Kopech opts out of 2020 MLB season

It’s not yet at a point where Major League Baseball has to be concerned, but it’s getting there. On the very same day that former NL MVP Buster Posey has opted out of the 2020 MLB season, a star young hurler followed suit.

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Michael Kopech Opts Out Of 2020 Season

White Sox righty Michael Kopech has opted out of the 2020 season, per a club announcement. More to come …

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Michael Kopech opts out of 2020 MLB season

Michael Kopech has become the latest MLB player to opt out of the league’s shortened season. 

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White Sox' Michael Kopech opts-out of 2020 MLB season

The Chicago White Sox will have to wait longer to see pitcher Michael Kopech back on the bump following Tommy John surgery.  On Friday, the White Sox

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OK, Boomers

White Sox will taxi out to Schaumburg for their second Summer Camp site, with a roster of players announced next week

There were only so many options for the White Sox to begin with, but suburban Schaumburg — dreams of what could have been with the late-1980s Addison site? — won the right to host the South Siders this summer.

Here’s what the White Sox have to say about it:

WHITE SOX SELECT BOOMERS STADIUM IN SUBURBAN SCHAUMBURG AS TRAINING SITE FOR THE 2020 SEASON

CHICAGO – The...

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2021 White Sox schedule: Doubling down on the Central

Two 10-game road trips include one in the midst of a September playoff push

So, rather than add to the chorus of folks conveniently ignoring a pandemic, summer heat and the rise of fascism by complaining about the timing of 2021’s schedule release, let’s just unveil the thing.

WHITE SOX ANNOUNCE 2021 REGULAR-SEASON SCHEDULE

CHICAGO – Major League Baseball and the Chicago White Sox today announced their 2021 regular-season schedule, with Opening Day for the White Sox on Thursday,...

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Fan cutout mania!

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The White Sox fall in line with many other MLB teams and give you a chance to root “in person” at Sox Park

A little bitta due diligence here, passing on the White Sox news regarding the fan cutouts that will populate Sox Park this season, in lieu of actual fans. Here’s the release:

WHITE SOX INTRODUCE FAN CUTOUT INITIATIVE ON SALE TODAY
Authenticated ‘FANtastic Faces’ Program Connects Fans to Ballpark from Home;
SoxSplit 50/50 Returns Virtually for...

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White Sox roll out fan cutout promotion for opening homestand

The Chicago White Sox have announced an initiative through which fans can have cardboard cutouts of their likenesses in the stands for the team’s opening homestand later this month.

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White Sox Release 5 Players

The White Sox have released five players – infielders Matt Skole and Ramon Torres, right-hander Zach Putnam, and lefties Caleb Frare and Matt Tomshaw – according to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times.

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White Sox Sign Second-Round Pick Jared Kelley

The White Sox have agreed to a deal with second-round draft pick Jared Kelley, according to Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com. Kelley, an 18-year-old right-hander from Refugio High School in Texas, will receive a $3MM signing bonus, which comes in well above the $1.58MM slot value for the 47th overall pick.

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White Sox Announce Initial Player Pool

The White Sox on Monday announced their initial player pool for the 2020 season. Player pools can contain up to 60 players, and only players in a team’s

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Two White Sox Players Test Positive For Coronavirus

The White Sox announced today that two players have tested positive for COVID-19 (h/t to James Fegan of the Athletic). Fortunately, both players are currently asymptomatic.

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Exhibition vs Cubs and Brewers should be good

The Chicago White Sox should benefit by having a few exhibition games ahead of this short 60 game season that they are about to grind. The Chicago White Sox and the rest of Major League Baseball revealed their 60 game schedule on Monday afternoon.

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They really need Yoan Moncada back

The Chicago White Sox are in a good spot if everyone is healthy. That means they really need Yoan Moncada back in the mix and healthy. The Chicago White Sox have returned to Spring Training 2.0 amidst the global pandemic known as COVID-19.

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Three players who deserve ten year deals

The Chicago White Sox have some players who might be good enough to get a ten-year deal f the White Sox ever wanted to give one of those out. There was some big news in the sports world yesterday.

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Carlos Rodon still has high potential

The Chicago White Sox still believe in Carlos Rodon. He could still be a key piece to the team becoming a winner in their rotation. The Chicago White Sox still have a lot of faith in Carlos Rodon.

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Tough start to an easy schedule

The Chicago White Sox has a favorable schedule for a season like this but they also have a pretty tough first week which makes things difficult. The Chicago White Sox are in an okay spot heading into what is going to be a complete sprint of a 60 game season.

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