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White Sox: Get to Know Rookie Jacob May, and his Journey to Becoming the Sox Opening Day Center-Fielder

The Chicago White Sox entered camp with a myriad of prospects vying for their crack at a spot on the teams major-league roster when the team breaks camp this week, some more well-known than others of course. 1,009 more words

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Video: Violeta and Kevin visit Guaranteed Rate Field

Violeta Podrumedic and Kevin Powell visit Guaranteed Rate Field, the new name for the home of the White Sox, to check out the food on the menu for the 2017 season. 20 more words

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The White Sox Food Game: A++

While the White Sox continue to build and acquire young talent they need to find creative ways to get folks excited about coming to Guaranteed Rate Field. 166 more words

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Levine: Rick Renteria Setting The Tone As White Sox Set To Open New Season

By Bruce Levine–

GLENDALE, Ariz. (CBS) — Over the course of the past six weeks, you could see White Sox players begin to connect under the guidance of first-year manager Rick Renteria and his coaching staff. 612 more words

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The Greatest Of All Time Returns to Chicago

CHICAGO- If you’ve seen Space Jam, you’d know Michael Jordan had a brief stint as a

professional baseball player. Playing outfield for the Birmingham Barons, the White Sox AA affiliate, Michael Jordan definitely has the talent to throw an ceremonial first pitch during opening day. 29 more words

Brook Fordyce - His New York Mets Career 1995

After spending 6 seasons in the Mets minor league system catcher Brook Fordyce finally got the call to join the big club in 1995.  He made his Major League debut on Opening Day as a pinch runner for David Segui.  84 more words

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Levine: Jacob May Thrilled To Have Chance At Everyday CF Job

By Bruce Levine–

GLENDALE, Ariz. (CBS) — The need for player development won out over an already-developed player in White Sox camp Tuesday.

Chicago traded veteran outfielder Peter Bourjos to Tampa Bay to open up more playing time for 25-year-old Jacob May, who has had a quality spring and now has the opportunity to be the team’s primary center fielder. 452 more words

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