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Tribune staff reporterJose Contreras silenced the Los Angeles Angels with a counterpunch on the mound Saturday night, and manager Ozzie Guillen delivered some post-game blows and a warning after the White Sox's 2-1 victory at Angel Stadium. Contreras extended his winning...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox responded to a variety of challenges Tuesday night, making their 5-4 victory over the Angels more satisfying. After No. 2 starter Freddy Garcia left in the sixth inning because of irritation in his left hamstring, seldom-used Neal Cotts...
Tribune staff reporterFreddy Garcia had no regrets Wednesday, even after coming within four outs of the White Sox's first perfect game since 1922. Garcia lost his chance to pitch the 15th regular-season perfect game in major-league history when Adam Kennedy cleanly singled...
Sun StaffANAHEIM, Calif. - There must be some mistake. The real Magic Kingdom has always been a couple of miles farther up Katella Avenue, and it was always some sports hero in another city who got to shout about going there after the World Series. Never the...
Tags: Kenny Lofton, Baseball, Darin Erstad, David Eckstein, Arts
Tribune staff reporterJon Garland was nearly traded to Anaheim last winter before the Angels nixed the deal at the last minute. Garland, the Angels' brass decided, just wasn't marketable enough. Pitching against his hometown team on Saturday night in Edison Field, Garland...
Tags: Troy Glaus, Sports, Baseball, Jon Garland, Tim Salmon
Tribune staff reporterA May 14 loss to Baltimore might have served as a wakeup call for Freddy Garcia. Since then, Garcia has steered his season back on course. He pitched eight strong innings Wednesday night to lead the White Sox to a 4-2 victory over the Los Angeles...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Seattle's Mike Cameron hit four home runs off White Sox pitching in Comiskey Park last week, it looked like the Sox had hit rock bottom. Guess again. The Sox lost to Anaheim 19-0 Friday, the biggest shutout and the largest losing margin in the...
Tribune staff reporterPerhaps the White Sox were tempted to sip champagne on their flight to Dallas after Thursday's night game in Anaheim. What, you don't think the Sox had anything to celebrate after getting drubbed by the Angels 5-1 before 35,056 fans at Edison...
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...
Tribune staff reporterMark Buehrle suffered from a lack of support Tuesday night. But the White Sox made the most of their meager offense when Tadahito Iguchi ripped a two-out double off Esteban Yan in the 11th inning to score Joe Crede for a 2-1 victory over the Angels. The...
Tribune staff reporterFriday evening at Comiskey Park started with Chicago legend Studs Terkel throwing out the ceremonial first pitch wearing a wool hat and a long red scarf. His toss landed just short of home plate, not bad for a 90-year-old man making his first start in 42-...
The Associated PressThe Anaheim Angels have come to expect this kind of production from Vladimir Guerrero and Garret Anderson. Anderson hit a tiebreaking two-run single in the eighth inning and Guerrero had a three-run homer, leading the Anaheim Angels to a 7-5 victory over...
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