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8/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Richmond's Beede seeks fifth straight quality start

Giants No. 2 prospect Tyler Beede is set to start for Double-A Richmond against Erie at 7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.

8/22/2016 | Yanks' Sanchez, Astros' Bregman lead Prospect Team of the Week's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.

8/22/2016 | Young White Sox arms get chance down stretch

With the White Sox sitting five games under .500, the club is giving pitchers extended looks in the bullpen as a way of developing and possibly auditioning for a bigger role in 2017.

8/21/2016 | Quintana excited to reach 10-win plateau

The only people with a greater postgame celebration than Jose Quintana following a 4-2 White Sox victory over Oakland Sunday probably would be the White Sox fans supporting the All-Star.

8/21/2016 | Hansen hurls 14 consecutive frames without a hit

Less than 24 hours after three hurlers for Rookie-level Great Falls hurled a combined no-hitter, it was right-hander Alec Hansen's turn to take a run at the feat.

8/21/2016 | Quintana gets win No. 10 behind 3-run first

Unlucky No. 9 became well-deserved No. 10 for Jose Quintana as part of the White Sox 4-2 victory over the A's Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.

8/21/2016 | Lawrie returns to Chicago, set for re-evaluation

Don't look for Brett Lawrie to return from his injury rehab assignment with Double-A Birmingham until he can play deeper into these Minor League games.

8/21/2016 | Arrival of son from Cuba sparks Abreu at plate

Even before Jose Abreu's five-year-old son, Dariel, joined him in the United States, he always asked for one thing from his father: a home run.

8/21/2016 | Rodon, White Sox open two-game set vs. Phillies

The last time the Phillies visited U.S. Cellular Field, the White Sox were a year away from winning their last World Series, while the Phillies were four years away from winning their last World Series.

8/20/2016 | Sale dominates to snap streak, win No. 15

Chris Sale's pitch count sat at 110 after seven innings during the White Sox 6-2 victory over the A's on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

8/20/2016 | Quintana eyes win No. 10 in finale vs. A's

Left-hander Jose Quintana will be on the mound for the White Sox in Sunday's series finale against the A's at U.S. Cellular Field.

8/20/2016 | Gonzalez to throw off a mound on Sunday

Miguel Gonzalez, who suffered a strained right groin while pitching against the Royals at Kauffman Stadium on Aug. 11, said Saturday that he's feeling better and is looking to throw off a mound on Sunday.

8/20/2016 | Cooper confident in Shields moving forward

The White Sox have James Shields under contract for two more seasons, barring the right-hander exercising an opt-out after the 2016 World Series comes to a close or an offseason trade.

8/20/2016 | Shields seeks answers after A's light up scoreboard

The A's knocked out three home runs against James Shields and cruised to a 9-0 victory Friday night in the opener of a nine-game homestand for the South Siders.

8/19/2016 | A's crush White Sox in Graveman's 2-hit gem

Kendall Graveman was razor sharp on the mound for the A's. James Shields definitely was not for the White Sox, and those two facts pretty much sum up Oakland's 9-0 victory over the White Sox on Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

8/19/2016 | Sale faces A's looking to snare elusive win

White Sox ace Chris Sale will seek an elusive 15th win on Saturday in a matchup with the A's -- and fellow left-hander Ross Detwiler -- at U.S. Cellular Field.

8/19/2016 | Avisail ready to test knee injury at Triple-A

White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia should be going to Triple-A Charlotte this weekend to begin an injury rehab assignment and test his sprained right knee.

8/19/2016 | Coats gaining feel for pinch duties in Majors

White Sox rookie Jason Coats started in right field Friday night against the A's, but he's prepping for life as a pinch-hitter this season after serving as an everyday player for his entire Minor League career.

8/19/2016 | Pipeline preview: Adams toes rubber for Double-A Birmingham

Here's a look at top prospects to watch Friday in Minor League action.

8/19/2016 | Coming up 'empty': Effort there, wins not for Sox

The White Sox held a three-run lead after the first, turned four double plays behind starter Carlos Rodon and used a stellar defensive play from Tim Anderson and Jose Abreu to stop a sixth-inning rally. And they still ended up on the wrong end of a 5-4 final against the American League Central leaders.

8/19/2016 | Kopech, Rodgers among top prospect performers Thursday

The strikeouts just keep on coming for Red Sox No. 5 prospect Michael Kopech. After setting a career high with 11 strikeouts in his last outing, Kopech matched that number in six innings with Double-A Salem on Thursday.

8/18/2016 | Naquin not nappin', walks Tribe off in mid-AB pinch

Tyler Naquin was ready in the dugout with a bat in his hands, but he fully expected Indians catcher Roberto Perez to hit in the ninth inning on Thursday night. After a passed ball moved Abraham Almonte up to third base, Naquin's name was called. "I've never been a part of that," Naquin said after Cleveland's 5-4 walk-off win over the White Sox at Progressive Field.

8/18/2016 | Pipeline preview: Kieboom looks to homer in third straight

Here's a look at top prospects to watch Friday in Minor League action.

8/18/2016 | Lawrie exits rehab game with quad soreness

White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie, on the disabled list retroactive to July 22 due to a strained left hamstring, left Wednesday's contest with Double-A Birmingham after two innings. Lawrie had quad soreness during the fourth game of his injury rehab assignment.

8/18/2016 | Sale, Sox happy with results of pitching plan

There was a time earlier this season when Chris Sale and the Cubs' Jake Arrieta were being talked about as sure-fire 20-game winners and Cy Young frontrunners -- not to mention days being counted and starts being figured to see if they would match up during the crosstown series played at the end of July.

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