The club disappointed in 2015 after making a big offseason splash, and Ventura's teams have compiled a 295-350 record over four seasons, including three losing years in a row.
Great pieces such as Jose Abreu, Chris Sale, Carlos Rodon, David Robertson and Adam Eaton are surrounded by mediocrity at best.
White Sox closer David Robertson doesn't think much of the way Angels manager Mike Scioscia handled a replay delay during Wednesday night's game.
Mets prodigy Noah Syndergaard had a good debut that was overshadowed by Kris Bryant. The Rockies lost their 10th straight game and the A's broke a six-game losing streak. All that and much more. Come get caught up!
The first two games of the series were postponed because of civil unrest and violence and the possibility of more in Baltimore. The third game was rescheduled for 2:05 ET because of the 10 p.m. curfew. The Orioles next series against the Rays has been moved to Tropicana Field.
Yordano Ventura and five other players have been suspended for their part in Thursday night's Royals-White Sox brawl.
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Jon Heyman takes a team-by-team look around Major League Baseball ahead of the 2015 season and gives each team odds to win their division.
Starting with the studly Jose Abreu and Chris Sale, let's talk about the White Sox for this season.
The White Sox have one of the top sluggers in the league in Jose Abreu, and one of its top starting pitchers in Chris Sale, but won only 73 games a season ago. Will the additions that GM Rick Hahn made this offseason make the White Sox contenders?

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