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10/17/2016 | Davidson reflects on 'whirlwind' 2016 season

Over the course of three days in 2016, Matt Davidson lived a snapshot of the highs and lows of a Major League career -- the long-awaited return to The Show, his first hit with a new club and a season-ending injury.

10/16/2016 | Source: Getz to oversee Sox player development

Chris Getz will replace Nick Capra as the White Sox director of player development, a Major League source confirmed Sunday to Capra was named the team's third-base coach for the 2017 season on Friday, and the announcement on Getz figures to come sometime this week. The club has not commented on the hiring.

10/14/2016 | McEwing named bench coach amid staff changes

The White Sox announced changes to their coaching staff on Friday. Joe McEwing was named the bench coach as part of manager Rick Renteria's first White Sox support crew.

10/13/2016 | Hahn gets glimpse of future at instructional league

White Sox senior vice president and general manager Rick Hahn moved between two back fields at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday morning, watching his organization's future in action during the final days of instructional league.

10/10/2016 | Coats, Stephens named White Sox Prospects of Year

Outfielder Jason Coats worked through 50 at-bats in 2016 during his Major League debut with the White Sox. Jordan Stephens has not yet reached that lofty big league level. But based on the work from the Stephens this past year, he might not be too far away from traveling the same path as Coats. Stephens and Coats were named White Sox Pitcher and Player Prospect of the Year according to

10/6/2016 | Hansen, Fry, Zangari headline White Sox instructs

The White Sox 2016 Draft looks promising, and many of those picks are getting extra work during instructional league. Of the 47 players on the White Sox instructional league roster, 21 were drafted in June.

10/3/2016 | Renteria's success might depend on team's plan

Rick Renteria follows the distant footsteps left by Johnny Evers. That he will become only the second man to manage on both sides of Chicago will either grow into a major storyline over the years or be reduced to a footnote, and like all managers Renteria can only do his part. His success or failure will largely depend on if he's given a deeper roster than Robin Ventura had in his five seasons on the job.

10/3/2016 | Renteria hiring first of significant moves to come

During the final month of the 2016 season, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said the organization's direction would become obvious from its first couple of offseason moves.

10/3/2016 | Selig, Steinbrenner among 10 up for Hall of Fame consideration

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Monday that 10 individuals have been named to the Today's Game Era ballot, to be voted on during the Winter Meetings in December.

10/3/2016 | Renteria introduced as new White Sox manager

The words "bittersweet excitement" accurately described the feeling of Monday's news conference at U.S. Cellular Field to announce Rick Renteria as the 40th manager in White Sox history.

10/2/2016 | White Sox react to news of Ventura's departure

The 2016 White Sox season had just come to a close when Chris Sale, the starting and losing pitcher in Chicago's 6-3 loss Sunday, was already thinking about the 2017 campaign and team improvement. One change already began to take place Sunday, when Robin Ventura announced his five-year tenure as manager had come to a close. While the team never reached the playoffs under Ventura, the players had nothing but support for their leader.

10/1/2016 | Ventura mum on reports about future with Sox

White Sox manager Robin Ventura, whose contract ends at the conclusion of Sunday's season finale, once again declined comment on his future as the club's manager following Saturday's 6-0 loss to the Twins.

10/1/2016 | Sale aims to bolster Cy Young case in Sox finale

White Sox ace Chris Sale will get one last chance to bolster his American League Cy Young Award case in the season finale against the Twins and rookie right-hander Jose Berrios on Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field.

10/1/2016 | Backed by Buxton, Santiago silences White Sox

The White Sox drafted Hector Santiago in 2006 and developed him as a starter, closer and everything in between. The left-hander has shown his gratitude by beating the White Sox yet again on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field, as Santiago pushed the Twins to a 6-0 victory.

10/1/2016 | Goldberg caps strong '16 with Team Israel run

Brad Goldberg, 26, ended a successful 2016 campaign and began an eventful offseason by saving victories against Great Britain and Brazil. Goldberg's performance in the World Baseball Classic Qualifiers followed a 2.70 ERA posted over 47 games between Triple-A Charlotte and Double-A Birmingham, with 10 saves and 51 strikeouts over 56 2/3 innings.