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Recent articles by Daryl:

White Sox’ Eloy Jimenez says thank you with gifts for mask-making shop in Little Village

Jimenez gives cash and gift cards to workers at a bridal shop. → Read More

White Sox, Cubs won’t have much tolerance for baseball labor strife

Players and owners reportedly discussed health, safety and economics but held off on discussing the owners’ proposal for a 50/50 revenue split. → Read More

White Sox, Cubs fans won’t have much tolerance for baseball labor strife

Players and owners reportedly discussed health, safety and economics but held off on discussing the owners’ proposal for a 50/50 revenue split. → Read More

Mount Carmel’s Ed Howard knocking at the door

"African Americans should understand there are more sports that you can dominate," Ed Howard said. "Guys like Tim Anderson are [doing it], and guys like me coming up behind him have to continue with it, to open doors." → Read More

Recalling Michael Jordan’s attempt at baseball

"I gave [Jerry Reinsdorf] kind of a funny look. Are you serious? White Sox trainer emeritus Herm Schneider said. → Read More

White Sox’ Edwin Encarnacion helps raise $1 million for Dominican Republic in crisis

Edwin Encarnacion teamed with MLB stars to raise more than $1 million to support the Dominican Republic and their country’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Realignment with Cubs in same division as White Sox more than fine with Steve Stone

For the White Sox, ‘‘there’s nothing better than beating the Cubs,’’ the Sox broadcaster says. → Read More

Cubs, White Sox disclose ticket refund plans

The Cubs and White Sox are refunding ticket holders for games that were scheduled from Opening Day through May 31. → Read More

Postponing Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony ‘right thing to do,’ inductee Ken Harrelson says

The coronavirus, which has caused one cancellation after another in the sporting world, is adding another casualty to its list: The Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown, N.Y. in late July. → Read More

White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper optimistic there will be baseball

"We’re going to play," Cooper said. "It’s just not yet," → Read More

Former White Sox pitcher and scout Bart Johnson dies

Bart Johnson, a White Sox first-round draft pick, was a White Sox scout from 1980-97 → Read More

Former Cubs manager and GM Jim Frey dies at age 88

The Cubs won two division titles under his leadership. → Read More

White Sox catcher James McCann, reliever Steve Cishek offer voices of reason on baseball’s return

"The best way to word it is we are at the mercy of the virus," James McCann said. "Assuming we get a hold on it, I definitely think there will be baseball." → Read More

White Sox’ Carlos Rodon optimistic about return to baseball

When Rodon and Michael Kopech return to White Sox, ‘it will be good to have that many arms and decisions to make.’ → Read More

White Sox’ Eloy Jimenez: “I just want to play baseball’

Playing in empty stadiums would be far from ideal, but he’s willing to go along with whatever plan gets White Sox on field → Read More

White Sox’ Eloy Jimenez: ‘I just want to play baseball’

Playing in empty stadiums would be far from ideal, but Jimenez is willing to go along with whatever plan gets the White Sox back on the field. → Read More

Tim Anderson tells White Sox fans to ‘stay prepared’

Be patient, White Sox fans. And stay ready, the Sox are going to need you. → Read More

Tim Anderson tells White Sox fans to ‘stay prepared’

Shortstop’s message: Be patient, Sox fans. And stay ready because the Sox are going to need you. → Read More

Ed Farmer ‘was on Mount Rushmore’ of White Sox cast of characters

One unforgettable aspect of Paul Konerko’s White Sox experience was the colorful cast of characters in and around the organization, including Ed Farmer. → Read More

Longtime White Sox broadcaster and former pitcher Ed Farmer dies

White Sox broadcaster Ed Farmer, who grew up on the South Side and pitched in the major leagues for 11 seasons before embarking on a 28-year broadcasting career, died Wednesday night. → Read More