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White Sox stay flexible with starting rotation

White Sox stay flexible with starting rotation

MLB.com ESPN.com Updated Oct 30, 2012
The White Sox have at least six quality starters as part of their 2013 starting rotation as of Halloween. It's a scary proposition for the South Siders' opponents.
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  • Peavy nets first career Gold Glove Award

    Peavy nets first career Gold Glove Award

    MLB.com Oct 30, 2012
    A pretty solid Tuesday got even better for Jake Peavy, as the White Sox right-hander was awarded his first career Rawlings Gold Glove.
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  • Hellickson snares first Gold Glove Award

    Hellickson snares first Gold Glove Award

    MLB.com Oct 30, 2012
    Jeremy Hellickson can bring his fastball -- and the leather. On Tuesday night, the Rays right-hander received his due for fielding excellence when he won a Gold Glove Award, sharing the honor with White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy.
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  • Video - White Sox Extend Jake Peavy 02:36

    White Sox Extend Jake Peavy

    Oct 30
    Jim Bowden on the White Sox' recent moves including a two-year, $29 million extension with Jake Peavy,

Sports Columnists

  • NBA: Steve Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers looking for the right path

    Oct 30
    With Princeton offense run over the pick-and-roll, the Lakers' opening loss to the Mavericks showed a team in need of repair.
  • Peter King: Rams' Jackson still has gas in tank for playoff contender; mai…

    Oct 30
    NEW YORK -- On Sandy, Steven Jackson's fate, one name we haven't heard in the trade market, the amazing night of Alex Smith, falling in like with the Dolphins, and my stupid rankings:
  • Ty Lawson, Denver Nuggets, agree to contract extension

    Oct 30
    The Denver Nuggets have reached terms on a contract extension with point guard Ty Lawson.
  • West Side -- James Harden trade will alter 2012-13 NBA outlook

    Oct 30
    The Thunder's ill-timed chemistry experiment should change the way things look out West in 2012-13.