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Tribune staff reporterWonder what was worse Tuesday for White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, spending the night at the hospital or watching the display his team put on in his absence. As Guillen lay in a hospital bed with kidney stones, his best friend and new ace of the staff,...
Tags: Neal Cotts, Dmitri Young, Baseball, Bobby Higginson, Basketball
Tribune staff reporterJust Monday manager Ozzie Guillen pinned the disappointing results of the White Sox in the last four seasons on a lack of execution. Wednesday night he might have wanted to steal the line from the late football coach John McKay, who said when asked about...
Tags: Carl Everett, Baseball, Crimes, Rondell White, Sports
Sun StaffJose Canseco threatened to name names. He threatened to smear Major League Baseball's image with allegations of widespread steroid abuse. When pressed for details, he said they'd all be in the book. Turns out, Canseco wasn't kidding. Canseco, an...
Tags: Baseball, George W. Bush, Crimes, Rafael Palmeiro, Barry Bonds
Tribune staff reporterPretty soon, Harold Baines is going to say something to get himself suspended. It would beat having to watch more of what he saw Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Shaky defense, the inability of pitching to overcome it and another futile offensive...
Tags: Dmitri Young, Baseball, Death, Bobby Higginson, Basketball
Tribune staff reporterIn the span of 5 2/3 innings Tuesday night, both the promise and the puzzlement of Jose Contreras were on full display. After two pitches, he was behind after giving up a leadoff home run to Omar Infante. After five pitches, he had given up another...
Tags: Neal Cotts, Baseball, Bobby Higginson, Sports, Esteban Loaiza
Of The Morning CallCarlos Velez knows the player salaries are high, the parking is expensive and the ticket prices are steep. But on an island where love for el beisbol runs deep, he sees little difficulty supporting a major league team. "People are going to buy tickets,"...
From Wire ReportsSeattle Mariners pitcher Damian Moss, a former Oriole, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim's Francisco Cordova were among 38 players suspended yesterday for violating baseball's minor league steroids policy. The Oakland Athletics' David Castillo was...
Tribune staff reporterDoug Glanville was talking before Game 3 about the "Red Ivy Cubs," the nickname he and Josh Paul invented for the first team in eons to play in October when the leaves on the Wrigley Field walls were turning colors. "We're starting something new,"...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Paul Bako, Josh Paul, Redman, Aramis Ramirez
Tribune staff reporterDifferent night, slightly different set of circumstances, but very much the same, sorry result. Carlos Guillen drew a bases-loaded walk from Cliff Politte in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory over the White Sox before...
Special to the TribuneQuestion: What's smaller than small ball? Answer: What the White Sox's offense did Friday night in a 3-2, 11-inning loss to the Detroit Tigers. Small ball was more like atom ball, as the Sox squandered seven hits, 11 walks, a hit batter and two Tigers...
Tags: Carl Everett, Rondell White, Timo Perez, Sports, Paul Konerko
Sun StaffRafael Palmeiro yesterday denied ever taking steroids, calling those claims in Jose Canseco's pending book "ludicrous," and Orioles owner Peter Angelos rushed to Palmeiro's defense. In a combined statement released by the Orioles, Palmeiro and Angelos...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker began his first day as Cubs manager last November by proclaiming "Why not us?" But when all was said and done, Cubs fans were left asking the same question they have been asking their entire lives: "Why us?" A star-crossed season ended in...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Dave Veres, Alex Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Paul Bako
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