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Pierzynski , the veteran catcher who, as first reported by CBS Sports's Jon Heyman, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Red Sox, is the quintessential love-him-on-your-team, want-to-punch-him-in-his-smirking-face-if-he's-an-opponent player. "If
He has tangled with teammates and opponents over the course of his 16-year career and built a reputation for being irksome...He is known to be an avid fan of pro wrestling and he enjoys playing the heel. In the oh-so-sensitive world of baseball,
46 AM E-mail this article To: Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article With one strikeout per eight at bats during his career, Pierzynski has been one of baseball's
Tribune reporter The Chicago White Sox have resigned catcher Tyler Flowers to a one-year deal worth $950,000, the team announced Monday night. The deal was made in advance of Monday's 11 p.m. deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible
R/L Team: Chicago White Sox Lowdown: Armed with one of the hardest sliders in the AL, Quintana entirely avoided a sophomore slump in 2013. He went 9-7 for a bad White Sox team, too and lowered his ERA from 3.76 last year to 3.51 this year.
A former Chicago White Sox star is donating $100,000 to help rebuild a central Illinois town devastated by a recent tornado. Jim Thome is a native of Peoria and has family who live in the city of Washington. Much of the town was leveled by severe
The Peoria native who now serves as the special assistant with the White Sox, has also joined forces with the Chicago White Sox and three other MLB clubs to help the rebuilding efforts in Washington, Ill., where some of his immediate family live.
A third former White Sox scouting official was sentenced to prison Friday in connection with a scheme in which Latin American prospects had to kick back hundreds of thousands of dollars in signing bonuses. Victor Mateo, who was a scout for the team
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Paul Konerko is approaching his 38th birthday (March 5), he's coming off a season where he produced career lows in home runs (12) and RBI (54), and 17 years of major-league baseball the last 15 with the White Sox have taken an understandable toll on