Chicago White Sox

4th AL Central | 73-81
  • Batting Avg
    .257 AVG
  • Runs
    649 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.17 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    179 HR
  • Brad Goldberg Advances to WBC Qualifier Final with Team Israel
    ohiostatebuckeyes.com

    Brad Goldberg Advances to WBC Qualifier Final with Team Israel

    Sept. 24, 2016 COLUMBUS, Ohio – Former Buckeye pitcher Brad Goldberg advanced to the final of the World Baseball Classic Qualifier for Team Israel in Brooklyn, N.Y. Goldberg picked up the save in both wins over Great Britain Thursday and Brazil Friday at MCU Park – home of the New York Mets Class-A Brooklyn Cyclones. Israel plays for the championship at 6 p.m. ET Sunday against the winner of Great Britain and Brazil for the final spot in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. The squad earned a hard-fought 1-0 win over Brazil Sept. 23 after rallying to beat Great Britain, 5-2, in the opener the day before. Goldberg is coming off a strong season of professional ball, posting a 3-5 record with a team-high

  • OF Eaton out of lineup for White Sox after running into wall
    Washington Post

    OF Eaton out of lineup for White Sox after running into wall

    CLEVELAND — Chicago White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton will sit out at least the next two games after crashing into the padded wall Friday night. Eaton is still undergoing tests. He was shaken up after he raced back and caught a drive by Cleveland’s Roberto Perez in the sixth inning of Friday’s 5-2 loss. Eaton stayed down for several minutes before he was helped to the dugout. Manager Robin Ventura said Eaton is sore and the team wants to be cautious with its leadoff hitter. Eaton will also out Sunday’s game and Ventura said the 27-year-old will be re-evaluated when the team returns to Chicago. Eaton, who said he is feeling better, is batting .283 with 14 homers and 58 RBIs. He also leads the

  • Baseball’s new Spanish-language translators already making a big difference
    Fox News Latino

    Baseball’s new Spanish-language translators already making a big difference

    Chicago –  When a star baseball player speaks to the hometown media, if he came from Latin America, chances are good that there is someone standing next to him, an increasingly important member of each major league franchise, and, about whom, typically, the public knows absolutely nothing. They are the Spanish-language translators. The translators have added a new layer to the rank-and-file of Major League Baseball. They became mandatory in January after MLB ordered each of its 30 teams to hire them to assist a growing roster of Latino ballplayers – who now make up about 30 percent of baseball players in the major leagues. The mandate came after players who spoke little or no English complained