The marching orders from general manager Rick Hahn for the White Sox pro scouts on the road remain the same from what they were in Spring Training.
The White Sox have not officially set their starting rotation for this weekend's series against the Marlins, but there's a strong possibility that John Danks could make his 2013 big league debut Friday night.
Paul Konerko feels as if he swung the bat well during the past couple of days, but for a cerebral All-Star caliber performer such as the captain, the hits aren't always the sign of being in a good spot.
An uncharacteristic White Sox walk on the wild side carried over to a second game Sunday, as Jake Peavy issued five bases on balls during the Angels' 6-2 victory.
Adam Dunn was in the lineup at DH on Sunday after back spasms knocked him out of Saturday's game in the fifth inning.
Gordon Beckham knocked out three hits during his second Minor League rehab start for Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday.
When Robin Ventura watched Paul Konerko struggle through the early part of this season, the White Sox manager never once thought age suddenly had caught up with the 37-year-old.
Nate Jones' 8-0 mark out of the bullpen in 2012 was the best record in White Sox franchise history posted by a first-year pitcher, but he's keeping a positive outlook despite an 0-4 record this season.
Adam Dunn left Saturday's game against the Angels in the fifth inning and, while the first baseman hopes to play Sunday, he is listed as day to day.
Hector Gimenez clubbed a three-run homer to cap a five-run eighth, but that still left the Sox short of the Angels after a Saturday afternoon of missed chances, ending their four-game win streak.
John Danks started for Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday night in what figures to be his final Minor League outing before rejoining the White Sox.
When the White Sox were slumping, hitting coach Jeff Manto knew it was just a matter of time before they started to produce, and now they have.
Left-hander Donnie Veal was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte prior to Saturday's game against the Angels, after Deunte Heath was sent down on Friday night.
The White Sox fell as low as six games under .500, but now that they are nearing the break-even point, they have no plans to stop.
With John Danks potentially one Saturday night Minor League rehab appearance away from returning to the White Sox, a couple of options await left-hander Hector Santiago following Saturday afternoon's big league start against the Angels.
As Addison Reed ran in to preserve the White Sox lead on Thursday night, he admitted to thinking about his childhood hero, Troy Percival, who was one of the reasons Reed always wanted to be a closer.
The story behind Adam Dunn's 6-for-15 run on the current White Sox road trip, including seven RBIs and five runs scored, centers on a swing change worked on before last Sunday's home game in which the designated hitter raised his hands.
White Sox left fielder Dayan Viciedo continues to improve defensively and at the plate. Viciedo misplayed a ball in left on Thursday, but manager Robin Ventura has been pleased with Viciedo's development.
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale struck out 12 and gave up just three hits over 7 2/3 innings to defeat the Angels for the second time this week. Alex Rios and Adam Dunn homered in Chicago's 3-0 victory.
The Angels and White Sox, two of the sport's heaviest disappointments through the first quarter of the season, are sharing Angel Stadium through Sunday, and both have reasons to believe there's light at the end of the tunnel.
The White Sox won't face the Tigers until just before the All-Star break, so there will be ample opportunity to fight back into the American League Central race during the season's second half.
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale nearly pitched a perfect game against the Angels on Sunday night, and remarkably he was pitching with an abscessed tooth.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura understands teams have to adjust when playing in cold weather, but he also looks at the hitters' collective approach as a sign for possible extended improvement.
Jeff Keppinger took a walk for the first time this season to force home the game-winning run in the eighth inning of a 5-4 come-from-behind victory over the Angels in Anaheim on Thursday night. Alex Rios hit his ninth homer.
Adam Dunn's start to the season hasn't been a memorable one, with his batting average stuck in the sub-.200 range for the majority of the year. But the White Sox slugger shook off an 0-for-14 slump with authority in Tuesday's 4-2 victory against the Twins, launching his seventh home run 413 feet into the left-field stands.
Adam Dunn homered twice and Dayan Viciedo added a solo shot, powering the White Sox to a series victory.
White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers was convinced he tagged out Justin Morneau not once, but twice, in the fifth inning of Chicago's 4-2 win over Minnesota on Tuesday. The replays seem to back him up, too.
Hindered by an ongoing rash of fielding miscues and mental lapses, manager Robin Ventura and the White Sox are taking a stripped-down, back-to-basics approach.
There is no denying on how bad the White Sox offense has been in the first two months of the season. Entering Tuesday, Chicago ranked last in the American League in batting average (.229 -- 26 points below the league average), RBIs (116), runs scored (123) and on-base percentage (.281).
Jake Peavy held the Twins to two runs on five hits to guide the White Sox to a series-evening 4-3 victory Tuesday night at Target Field. Cruising through seven innings, Peavy maintained command over the Twins to record his fifth start of surrendering two or fewer runs.