— New Texas Rangers right-hander Kohei Arihara struck out two and allowed five hits while facing 11 batters in two shortened innings in his spring training debut.
From former All-Stars trying to make one more roster to top prospects getting a first chance, there are some intriguing players to watch in every spring training camp.
New faces in new places, top prospects and more: What we're most excited for as spring training games begin
Here's what we can't wait to watch when MLB games start this weekend.
The White Sox and Cuban pitching prospect Norge Vera agreed to a minor league contract that includes a $1.5 million signing bonus.
Here's how we rank baseball's 30 teams as spring training games begin.
Jose Abreu will be away from the White Sox after testing positive for COVID-19, but GM Rick Hahn says the reigning AL MVP is "completely asymptomatic" and will rejoin the team in the "not too distant future."
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Some front offices crushed their hot stove to-do list while others sat back and watched.
White Sox star shortstop Tim Anderson said he's on the same page with 76-year-old manager Tony La Russa after the two sat down for a one-on-one conversation prior to spring training. "I'm behind him 110 percent," Anderson said.
Michael Kopech said he's regained his motivation after opting out of last season and missing all of 2019 due to Tommy John surgery.
Which AL teams have the most talent making its way toward the majors? We rank the top 10 (and beyond) in each system.
White Sox manager Tony La Russa felt fortunate to be on the practice field Wednesday after the team stuck by him despite an arrest for DUI in early 2020.
Baseball is back! Here's the key topic in every camp as players report across Florida and Arizona.
They didn't make our top 100, but these players could shoot up prospect lists in the coming season.
Everyone is looking at up at the Rays on this year's list, but Tampa Bay isn't the only system loaded with talent.
Here's a look at where things stand now that Major League Baseball has officially announced its 120-team minor league alignment.
Here's how baseball's stars of tomorrow stack up as the sport returns to a full season.
Former Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds manager Jerry Narron was hired by the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday as a major league instructor on manager Tony La Russa's staff.
With more free-agent arms still available, here's how baseball's 30 starting staffs stack up today.
The Midsummer Classic is still months away, but we didn't let that stop us from picking teams now.
The White Sox have agreed to a minor league contract with veteran catcher Jonathan Lucroy, giving them another option behind Yasmani Grandal.
Catcher Josh Phegley is retiring from baseball after eight major league seasons, a week shy of his 33rd birthday.
With free agents still on the board -- and the NL DH still a question mark -- we rank MLB's 30 batting orders as they stand today.
Left-hander Carlos Rodon, who wasn't offered a contract after going 0-2 with an 8.22 ERA in four appearances last season, is returning to the White Sox on a one-year, $3M deal.