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Dayan Viciedo

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  • Perez leads Royals past White Sox for second straight win

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. In the moments before this game was decided, before Salvador Perez stung a go-ahead double in a 4-3 Royals victory over the White Sox, Royals outfielder Alex Gordon bounced at second base and readied himself. He knew what to expect,...
  • White Sox can't hold lead in ninth in 10-9 loss

     White Sox can't hold lead in ninth in 10-9 loss
    Matt Lindstrom was reintroduced to the job of closer Monday, and three days later he was reintroduced to the feeling that comes with failure in that role. The 34-year-old right-hander allowed two runs in the ninth inning Thursday at U.S. Cellular...
  • White Sox's Dayan Viciedo striving to stay sharp

     White Sox's Dayan Viciedo striving to stay sharp
    Dayan Viciedo knows there is not much he can do besides try to stay prepared for he is needed. A platoon in left field with Alejandro De Aza to start the season has left Viciedo mostly on the bench for the first three White Sox games. The left-handed De...
  • Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    Why was Addison Reed, their best reliever, traded away? -- Robert, Sacramento It’s going to take some time to evaluate the Addison Reed trade. The Sox said they believed they were taking on their third baseman of the future when they acquired Matt...
  • Wild finish for White Sox in 7-6 victory over Twins

    Wild finish for White Sox in 7-6 victory over Twins
    Leury Garcia filled in for Conor Gillaspie in the White Sox lineup Wednesday at U.S. Cellular Field because Gillaspie was out with the flu. And more than four hours later, as the temperature began to dip below freezing, Garcia rescued a sparse, cold...
  • In opener, Robin Ventura made right choice

    In opener, Robin Ventura made right choice
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura was vague for much of the spring when addressing how he was going to handle the tandem of Alejandro De Aza and Dayan Viciedo in left field this season. The left-handed hitting De Aza got the nod against Twins right-hander...
  • Sox, Alejandro De Aza blast away the winter blues

    Sox, Alejandro De Aza blast away the winter blues
    Like everybody else in Chicago, White Sox left fielder Alejandro De Aza never will forget the winter of 2014 — as much as he wishes he could. "It was my first time in such cold weather and it wasn't a good feeling'' De Aza said Monday after the...
  • American League preview

     American League preview
    (In predicted order of finish) East Division Yankees: Finally free of Alex Rodriguez, Joe Girardi has a new deal, a healthy team and no distractions … yet. Red Sox: To paraphrase David "Big Papi" Ortiz, last year was their (bleeping) year....
  • White Sox enter 2014 with tempered optimism

    White Sox enter 2014 with tempered optimism
    After a White Sox season that turned out to be as tough a pill to swallow as any in recent memory, the 2014 dose of revamped baseball on the South Side comes with a disclaimer. Promising new players will inspire the hope that was lost last season!...
  • White Sox roster

    White Sox roster
    Infielders 1B Jose Abreu: Cuban garnered $68 million contract before playing first major league game. 2B Marcus Semien: Replacement for injured Gordon Beckham played 21 games with Sox in 2013. 3B Conor Gillaspie: Believes better stress management...
  • Sox option Matt Davidson, Jordan Danks to Triple A

    Sox option Matt Davidson, Jordan Danks to Triple A
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Third baseman Matt Davidson and outfielder Jordan Danks felt like they had good spring showings for the White Sox, but both were optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday as the Sox continued to whittle down a crowded roster....
  • Flowers to return, Abreu out vs. Giants

    Flowers to return, Abreu out vs. Giants
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers said he feels fine after leaving Friday’s game against the Cubs in the middle of an at-bat because of a leg cramp. Flowers said he has been feeling a little sick lately, and that...