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  • White Sox's Nicky Lopez: On bench in Baldwin's debut

    Lopez is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Royals.

    The lefty-hitting Lopez will take a seat against Royals right-hander Michael Wacha in the White Sox's first game out of the All-Star break. With the White Sox calling up prospect Brooks Baldwin from Triple-A Charlotte and installing him as the starter at second base Friday in his MLB debut, Lopez's time as a regular in the infield could be over. Lopez went hitless over his final three starts before the All-Star break, bringing his season-long batting line down to a dismal .240/.297/.287 over 285 plate appearances.

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  • White Sox's Steven Wilson: Brought up to bigs

    The White Sox recalled Wilson from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.

    Wilson will be back with the White Sox after being optioned July 8, supplying some bullpen depth with Michael Soroka (shoulder) moving to the injured list. Wilson owns a 3.46 ERA across 26.0 innings with the White Sox this season.

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  • White Sox's Chuckie Robinson: Recalled from Triple-A

    The White Sox recalled Robinson from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.

    The 29-year-old is taking over as the backup catcher behind Korey Lee after Martin Maldonado was designated for assignment. Robinson has a .407 OPS in 25 career games at the big-league level, but he has flashed a bit of power with 20 homers and a .275/.335/.428 slash line in 155 Triple-A games over the last two seasons.

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  • White Sox's Michael Soroka: Out with shoulder strain

    The White Sox placed Soroka on the 15-day injured list Friday, retroactive to July 16, due to a right shoulder strain.

    The right-hander suffered the injury during the final game before the All-Star break Sunday. Soroka will be eligible for reinstatement July 30, though it's unclear how long he's expected to be sidelined.

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  • White Sox's Brooks Baldwin: Starting at second base in debut

    The White Sox selected Baldwin's contract from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.

    Baldwin is starting at second base and batting eighth Friday in Kansas City in what will be his major-league debut. The switch-hitting infielder earned a promotion after slashing .324/.391/.460 with eight home runs and 17 stolen bases between Double-A Birmingham and Charlotte this season. Baldwin should see regular playing time for the White Sox, perhaps in a super-utility role rather than as an everyday option at the keystone.

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  • White Sox's Danny Mendick: Clears waivers, heads to Triple-A

    Mendick cleared waivers Friday and was outrighted to Triple-A Charlotte, Scott Merkin of reports.

    Mendick was designated for assignment Wednesday to clear the way for Nick Senzel to join the active roster. After going unclaimed, Mendick will join the White Sox's Triple-A affiliate. He has logged 141 plate appearances with the White Sox this season and posted a .561 OPS with three homers and six stolen bases.

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  • White Sox's Jimmy Lambert: Cleared for rehab assignment

    Lambert (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment with the White Sox' Arizona Complex League affiliate Friday, James Fegan of reports.

    Lambert has been out all season with a right rotator cuff strain. Given how much time he's missed, he will require several rehab appearances. Lambert posted a 5.26 ERA and 41:20 K:BB over 37.2 innings with the White Sox in 2023.

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  • White Sox's Nick Senzel: Likely to see bulk of starts at 2B

    Senzel is in line to serve as the White Sox's primary second baseman for the second half of the season, Vinnie Duber of reports.

    Senzel hasn't played second base at all in 2024 and has just 16 games (seven starts) under his belt at the position in the majors. However, the keystone is reportedly where the White Sox intend to use him most days after signing him to a one-year contract following his release from the Nationals. Senzel's positional situation should ultimately be fluid, and he's not guaranteed regular playing time if he doesn't perform.

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  • White Sox's Brooks Baldwin: Set to receive promotion

    The White Sox will call up Baldwin from Triple-A Charlotte prior to Friday's game in Kansas City, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Baldwin, who turns 24 next month, has slashed .324/.391/.460 with eight home runs and 17 stolen bases between Double-A Birmingham and Charlotte this season. The switch-hitter has mostly played shortstop this season, but he also has plenty of experience at second and third base in addition to the outfield. Baldwin should see regular at-bats in the infield for the White Sox, perhaps bouncing around between multiple positions.

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  • White Sox's Martin Maldonado: Dropped from 40-man

    The White Sox designated Maldonado for assignment Wednesday, Ken Rosenthal and Chandler Rome of The Athletic report.

    After slashing .119/.174/.230 across 147 plate appearances during what has been the worst season of his career at the plate, Maldonado has now officially lost his roster spot with the White Sox. Given his poor performance, the 37-year-old backstop will most likely pass through waivers unclaimed, at which point he would have the option to elect free agency.

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  • White Sox's Lenyn Sosa: Sent down to minors

    The White Sox optioned Sosa to Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Sosa had a stretch recently with five straight multi-hit games, but he finished the first half going just 2-for-22 across his last six contests and has managed just a .624 OPS on the season. Nick Senzel will take Sosa's spot on the roster and could also replace him as the White Sox's everyday third baseman.

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  • White Sox's Danny Mendick: Gets bumped off 40-man roster

    The White Sox designated Mendick for assignment Wednesday.

    Mendick will give up his spot on the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster to third baseman Nick Senzel, whom the White Sox signed to a one-year contract Wednesday. While operating largely as a short-side platoon player in the infield for the White Sox this season, Mendick slashed .197/.243/.318 with three home runs and six stolen bases over 141 plate appearances.

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  • White Sox's Jonathan Cannon: Rejoining rotation Saturday

    Cannon is scheduled to start Saturday's game against the Royals in Kansas City, Scott Merkin of reports.

    In his final appearance before the All-Star break last Friday versus the Pirates, Cannon worked out of the bullpen as a piggyback pitcher behind starter Garrett Crochet, tossing six innings while allowing four earned runs. Cannon will now take back a rotation spot in the White Sox's opening series of the second half, as he'll be picking up his ninth start of the season Friday. The White Sox have already confirmed Cannon for another start for next Thursday in Texas, but it's unclear if he'll stick around in the rotation thereafter.

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  • White Sox's Nick Senzel: Lands with White Sox

    Senzel agreed to a one-year, major-league contract with the White Sox on Tuesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.

    Senzel spent most of the first half of the campaign with Washington, slashing .209/.303/.359 with seven home runs, 18 RBI, 25 runs and one stolen base before he was designated for assignment July 6 and later released. He played exclusively at third base with the Nationals but had previously spent the majority of his big-league time in the outfield.

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  • White Sox's Sam Antonacci: Goes to South Siders in Round 5

    The White Sox have selected Antonacci with the 140th overall pick in the 2024 First-Year Player Draft.

    Antonacci took home Division II JUCO Player of the Year honors in 2023 before moving up to the Division I level with Coastal Carolina in 2024. His production didn't suffer much with the jump in competition, as he hit .367 and got on-base at a Sun Belt Conference-leading .523 clip. A disciplined left-handed hitter who makes quality contact against both lefties and righties and walks at a high clip, Antonacci lacks the power or speed to profile as an interesting fantasy asset down the road. He also has defensive concerns, as his average arm strength likely limits him to second base in the infield.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .220


Player Injury
Y. Moncada 3B Yoan Moncada 3B Thigh
M. Soroka RP Mike Soroka RP Shoulder
M. Clevinger SP Mike Clevinger SP Elbow
M. Foster RP Matt Foster RP Elbow
D. Leone RP Dominic Leone RP Elbow

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