Chicago White Sox rumors
The White Sox make two additions with spring training about to begin.
The White Sox make another high-profile addition to their bullpen.
The veteran right-hander avoids free agency and will stay in Chicago.
Extremely rough news for the AL Central leaders.
This is brutal news for a White Sox team that expects to make a serious run at the AL Central title in 2021.
The White Sox continue their busy offseason by signing the best reliever on the market.
Two years after being non-tendered, McCann earns a lucrative long-term deal with the Mets.
Maybe the virtual Winter Meetings will be active after all.
Dyson joins his fifth team in the last five seasons.
Kopech is one of the few players to opt out who doesn’t have a boatload of career earnings to fall back on.
The White Sox make another big investment as their competitive window begins to open up.
After spending roughly half a season with the Braves, Keuchel returns to the American League.
McCann could end up as either one of the league’s best backups or a valuable trade chip.
Chicago’s decision to move on from the Gold Glover is likely a sign that they plan to add a new second baseman this offseason.
The two-time All-Star earns the largest contract in White Sox history.
The flashy gesture resulted in Anderson, Royals pitcher Brad Keller getting ejected.
The highly touted outfield prospect will sign a six-year, $43 million contract extension that contains two club options.
Jimenez will presumably avoid further service-time manipulation by giving up free-agent years.
The star outfielder still has plenty of suitors, but will they pay him the richest contract in baseball history?
The star outfielder may have his eyes on earning the biggest contract in MLB history.
San Diego tries to see where these 4 free agents stand.
Dan Lozano, founder of the agency MVP Sports Group, is tired of the inaccuracy regarding his client’s negotiations with clubs in free agency.
MLB free agency: White Sox make official offer to Manny Machado, staying in contact with Bryce Harper
The South Siders are going after the game’s top two free agents.
St. Louis acquires one of game’s best first basemen to boost lineup, infield