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  • Daily Herald
  • Northwest Herald
  • Sauk Valley Media
  • The Herald-News
  • KaneCounty Chronicle

Past articles by Scot:

Anderson getting closer to return, either with Sox or Triple-A Charlotte

Out since Aug. 7 with a finger injury, shortstop Tim Anderson is hoping to return at some point this week. Anderson has been sidelined six weeks and would benefit from a rehab assignment, but he could rejoin the White Sox right off the injured list. → Read More

White Sox are 4 games back with 15 to play. Here come the Guardians.

First-place Cleveland arrives at Guaranteed Rate Field Tuesday night for a three-game series. → Read More

On La Russa, Anderson, Elvis and more

Tony La Russa was back with the White Sox on Sunday, but he wasn't in the dugout. After having a pacemaker inserted to address a heart issue, it's still not clear if La Russa will be able to manage again this season. → Read More

White Sox trying to get consistent offensive effort for stretch run

After hitting 5 home runs and blowing out the Athletics 14-2 Thursday in Oakland, the White Sox's bats were quiet Friday night. → Read More

Help wanted: Will White Sox hire the right manager this time?

As the White Sox begin the process of hiring manager Tony La Russa's replacement, general manager Rick Hahn is again saying the ideal candidate will have recent experience with a winning organization. → Read More

Sox slugger Robert remains sidelined with sprained left wrist

Luis Robert was hoping to be back in the starting lineup Tuesday night, but the White Sox's center fielder is still having trouble swinging the bat due to a sprained left wrist. → Read More

These White Sox looking like one of most disappointing teams in recent franchise history

The White Sox are not living up to expectations this season and have been one of the franchise's most disappointing teams in recent memory. → Read More

Power outage: Lack of home runs one of White Sox's many issues this season; Sox drop eighth straight

The White Sox entered the season with a lineup full of proven power hitters. As the disappointing year nears the end, the Sox rank No. 22 in MLB with 144 home runs. → Read More

On the rise: White Sox farm system developing some premium prospects

Ranked No. 30 by Baseball America at the start of the season, the White Sox's minor-league system has moved up to No. 24 thanks to the play of prospects like Colson Montgomery, Oscar Colas and Jose Rodriguez. → Read More

After promising start, White Sox fall apart in 5-2 loss to Cleveland

The White Sox jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning before the bats went quiet in a 5-2 loss to first-place Cleveland Friday night. → Read More

White Sox continue playing waiting game with injured Robert

Luis Robert (wrist) was held out of the starting lineup for the sixth straight game on Thursday. The White Sox are hoping the center fielder is back on the field this weekend in Cleveland. → Read More

White Sox reportedly sign Andrus to fill hole at shortstop

With Tim Anderson and Leury Garcia both out with injuries, the White Sox reportedly signed veteran shortstop Elvis Andrus Thursday. Andrus was released by Oakland Wednesday. → Read More

Kopech's 6 no-hit innings lift White Sox to win over Tigers

Starting pitcher Michael Kopech pitched 6 no-hit innings and struck out a career-high 11 Friday night in the White Sox's 2-0 win over the Tigers at Guaranteed Rate Field. → Read More

La Russa addresses White Sox's hustle issues

The White Sox have been criticized for lacking hustle throughout the season, but manager Tony La Russa said multiple players are not running hard all the time because they're trying to protect their legs. → Read More

Fire missing again as White Sox fall to Royals

A day after starting pitcher Johnny Cueto questioned the team's fire, the White Sox went out and lost to the Royals 5-3 Thursday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium. → Read More

Sosa gets nod at shortstop in White Sox's loss to Royals

In Wednesday night's loss to Kansas City at Kauffman Stadium, Lenyn Sosa started at shortstop for the White Sox. With Tim Anderson out for six weeks with a finger injury, Sosa is set to get plenty of playing time. → Read More

Sosa's first HR helps White Sox salvage split with Royals

With Tim Anderson out for six weeks with a finger injury, Lenyn Sosa is going to get a chance to play with the White Sox. Sosa made the most of the opportunity in Game 2 of a doubleheader vs. the Royals Tuesday, hitting his first major-league homer in a 3-2 win. The Sox lost Game 1, 4-2. → Read More

Sox shortstop Tim Anderson expected to miss 6 weeks with finger injury

White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson is likely going to be sidelined for six weeks after having finger surgery on his left hand. Anderson hurt himself on a check swing in Saturday night's loss at Texas. → Read More

Not so grand Central: Can White Sox emerge as division champs?

The Central division is home to the only tight playoff race in the American League, The White Sox are still favored to finish in first place, but they'll have to shake off the Twins and Guardians. → Read More

After hard fall, how will White Sox pick up the pieces?

A popular pick to make a World Series run this year, the White Sox stumbled early and never recovered. After finishing the season with an 81-81 record, Sox general manager Rick Hahn said "there are obviously areas we need to improve." → Read More