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Post-Surgery Michael Kopech Ready to Bring a new Focus to the Mound for the White Sox

“It’s more so than just pitches, and when it comes to how I carried myself on the mound I probably wore my emotions on my sleeve a little bit too much, and now I’m trying to stay a little bit more even keel.”

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White Sox: ST Day 1 Recap, Injuries and James McCann's Role πŸ”Š

With day one of White Sox Spring Training in the books, Patrick Flowers has the latest news from Camelback Ranch on the latest episode of White Sox Unfiltered.

White Sox Spring Training Notebook: Report Day for Pitchers and Catchers

White Sox Spring Training highlights from Camelback Ranch for Wednesday, February 12th.

White Sox: All-Chicago Baseball Draft, 2020 Expectations πŸ”Š

Patrick Flowers and Austin Bloomberg hammer out their picks for the “All-Chicago” roster in 2020 on the latest episode of White Sox Unfiltered.

White Sox Reportedly Interested in Oscar Luis Colas

Reports are indicating that the White Sox have their eyes set on another big-name Cuban prospect, Oscar Luis Colas.

Spring Fling: A Chicago White Sox Spring Training Primer

Despite it just starting to look and feel like winter in Chicago, Spring — and baseball — is right around the corner. Happy Spring Training, White Sox fans!

White Sox ZiPS Projections with Dan Szymborski πŸ”Š

Dan Szymborski joins the Sox On Tap crew to discuss ZiPS projections for the 2020 season.

Recapping the Offseason that was for the Chicago White Sox

The White Sox, who won just 72 games in 2019, have seemingly opened their window of contention by outspending the majority of Major League Baseball this winter.

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White Sox: Biomechanics, Draft Philosophies, Spring Training and More! πŸ”Š

A conversation with FutureSox Senior Editor, James Fox on his in-depth column featuring Ben Hansen, a new approach to analytics in player development and injury rehab and prevention, and much more!

For the White Sox and Carlos Rodon, the Road Ahead is Murky

Given Rodon’s injury history, his inconsistency when healthy, and the doubt that he’ll be open to a long-term extension, you have to believe that Rodon’s days are numbered in Chicago.