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Tribune staff reporterThey didn't exactly hit the cover off the ball against a pitcher who came into the game with an ERA of 11.77, but the White Sox will take any offense they can get. After wasting a Jon Garland gem last week, the Sox scored just enough to give Garland...
Special to the TribuneWith the White Sox season slipping into September oblivion, manager Ozzie Guillen recently had a meeting to give his players new incentive. The message: "A lot of people here have to impress me." Maybe some of the right guys were listening, at least...
Tribune staff reporterFrank Thomas put up, well, Frank Thomas numbers this year. But that doesn't mean he's eager to test the free-agent waters. "You never know what the free-agent market's going to hold," he said. "Last year was a bust." So Thomas wants to stay with the...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said last week he hoped his wife liked him with white hair. A few more days like Wednesday and he may not have any hair. For the second time in the first eight games of the season, Guillen's bullpen blew a substantial...
Tribune staff reporterAs soon as D'Angelo Jimenez's ground ball slipped past Mike Remlinger's glove and darted into center field, Jose Valentin made a mad dash for first base. A day after beating the Cubs with a ninth-inning homer, Valentin was determined to be the first...
Tribune staff reporterOzzie Guillen walked through the White Sox clubhouse and told his team just to forget about it. "Go out and get drunk, do whatever," Guillen said. Drowning their sorrows in something strong might be about all the Sox can do after Monday's stunning 9-7...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox just can't help themselves. Every game has to be a nail-biter. What should have been a nice, comfortable victory Monday night after a stellar effort from Scott Schoeneweis turned into a cliffhanger—a 5-4 victory over Baltimore. Perhaps the...
Tags: Jay Gibbons, Javy Lopez, Carlos Lee, Melvin Mora, Miguel Tejada
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's offensive motor is in high gear. Now the question is, how long will it last? Sunday's 10-1 bashing of the Detroit Tigers before a crowd of 20,631 gave the Sox three wins in a row over their first-half nemesis. The series-opening 10-9...
Tags: Paul Konerko, Jose Valentin, Sports, Detroit Tigers, Gary Glover
Tribune staff reporterOAKLAND-- Frank Thomas stared into his locker with a glazed look in his eyes. Jim Parque beat himself up after his first outing in a year, while rookie Jon Rauch said he was "focusing on the negatives" after his best outing. After a 6-4 loss to...
Tribune staff reporterNo clutch hitting. Failed sacrifice bunt attempts. Mediocre defense. Bad luck. Mark Buehrle deserving the win, but Billy Koch getting the loss. There's no need to look back on the White Sox's first 55 games. All their faults were on display Sunday in...
Tribune staff reporterBilly Koch feels the pain of White Sox fans. "It's pathetic," Koch said, neatly summarizing his performance Wednesday night. "That's a pathetic showing. It's not fair to the 24 guys in this room or the coaching staff or the fans of Chicago." And this...
ChicagoSports.comRound 2 commences. But first a quick recap of the week that was in Chicago baseball: Since running the Cubs out of their own joint last weekend, the Sox took 2 of 3 from their AL Central nemeses, the Minnesota Twins, and Mark Buehrle has turned it...
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