The Chicago White Sox declined to offer 2021 contracts to right fielder Nomar Mazara and pitcher Carlos Rodon on Wednesday, sending the pair into free agency.
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White Sox manager Tony La Russa is scheduled to change his not guilty plea to misdemeanor charges stemming from a drunken driving arrest.
— Indians rookie reliever Cam Hill underwent surgery on his right wrist after being involved in a car accident in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A group of athletes across several sports bought and tore down a liquor store, replacing it with a fresh market in the "food desert" Austin neighborhood.
The Chicago White Sox will host the New York Yankees in the rescheduled Field of Dreams game in Dyersville, Iowa, on Aug. 12.
ESPN will showcase 19 teams during 11 season-opening games, including four on Opening Day, over the first week of the 2021 MLB season.
BBTN: Steve Gelbs on a new era for the Mets, Jeff Passan on the non-tender date and Hembo on why the writers got the MVPs wrong
SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to discuss new Mets owners Steve Cohen declaring war on the NL East, the excitement level of Mets fans and who the team could land in free agency with its new resources (6:40). Then, Jeff Passan stops by to talk about Devin Williams winning NL Rookie of the Year, the non-tender date being a ticking time bomb, which teams are going to spend money this winter and the Phillies confusing front office situation (14:29). Plus, Hembo on why he thinks the writers got the MVPs wrong (39:10).
Freddie Coleman explains why the White Sox are doing whatever they can to keep LaRussa
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu won the AL MVP award on Thursday after helping drive Chicago to its first playoff berth in 12 years.
It was a battle of sluggers named Jose from the AL Central. Here's why Chicago's Abreu won the American League's top honor.
Jason comments on how the White Sox are handling the Tony LaRussa case. He also loves watching MAC football.
The White Sox said they "understand the seriousness" of a DUI charge against Tony La Russa but will avoid further comment until the Hall of Fame manager's case is resolved.
This week, news of recently re-hired White Sox manager Tony La Russa’s second drunk driving arrest sent shockwaves through the baseball world. La Russa is among a group of MLB decision makers which includes newly rehired Red Sox manager Alex Cora, and former Astros GM AJ Hinch, who seem to be getting second chances, in spite of their past questionable actions. As we make our way through this MLB offseason, Jeff Passan joins the show to bring us the latest on the La Russa story, and also break down new Mets owner Steven Cohen’s introductory press conference. Then, Katie Barnes explains women’s college basketball prospect Azzi Fudd, and her decision to commit to UConn.
Stephen A, Max, and Ryan Clark discuss if Jerry Jones is coming around on Dak now, reaction to Tony La Russa recent news, and if they would like to see Russell Westbrook on the Clippers.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Pats' close Monday Night Football win over the Jets, postponed games in the SEC, the White Sox standing by Tony La Russa, and much more.
Appearing incoherent and bothered during his DUI arrest, Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa, 76, referred to his Hall of Fame credentials and expressed a mistrust in blood-alcohol-level tests.