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Tribune staff reporterTime for Planówhat is it nowóM? N? The search for the elusive fifth starterówhich has lasted for over a season nowócontinues for the White Sox after Neal Cotts gave up four runs, five hits and two home runs in 21/3 innings Saturday in a 9-1 loss to the...
Tribune baseball reporterIf it's not broken, don't fix it. Who could begrudge Anaheim Angels general manager Bill Stoneman a restful winter? After all, the Angels' ultraimpressive run through the playoffs should not be viewed as the doing of the Rally Monkey or any other Disney-...
2006 Record: 96-66, 1st Manager: Ron Gardenhire (6th season). Home Games: Hammond Stadium (7,500), Lee County Sports Complex, 14100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Fort Myers, Fla. 33912. Directions: I-75 to Daniels Road (exit 21). West about 3 miles to Six...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox third baseman Joe Crede didn't do Mark Buehrle any favors Wednesday night when his two errors in the fourth inning presented the Minnesota Twins with three unearned runs in their 6-1 victory. But Buehrle was philosophical about the errors....
The 2003 salaries for the 827 major league baseball players on opening day rosters and disabled lists. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and...
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Tribune staff reporterWhat was all this talk about the White Sox not being able to play in the Metrodome? For a second straight night, the Sox pounded Minnesota pitching, this time in an 8-2 victory that moved the Sox into a tie with the Twins for first place in the AL...
Tribune staff reporterYou could point to shortcomings in the bullpen Sunday. Or a late-inning defensive gaffe. But that would only obscure the full-blown epidemic that is the White Sox's offense. "What's killing us right now," manager Jerry Manuel said after a 3-2 loss to...
Tribune staff reporterThe Minnesota Twins finally took their bat and ball and left Chicago Wednesday night, losing two out of three while clinching their third straight American League Central Division title along the way. Paul Konerko pulled an RBI single to left to drive in...
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