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Tribune staff reporterMark Buehrle wasn't his normal self Sunday. The All-Star left-hander yielded seven runs over 4 1/3 innings as the White Sox fell to Cleveland 7-4 in front of 14,975 fans at U.S. Cellular Field. Behind three home runs in the first three innings,...
Tribune staff reporterManager Jerry Manuel wore a T-shirt bearing the words of the White Sox's latest unofficial slogan: "It's better to burn out than fade away." The message: Don't hold back. Go all out. The Sox did just that Sunday by rallying for a 7-4 victory over...
Tribune staff reporterJose Valentin joked that the White Sox should be permitted to cork their bats, given the team's .241 average entering Wednesday night's game. As if that would be enough for a team that had been averaging 2.6 runs over its last five games. "This is the...
Tribune staff reporterThere are no secrets in baseball. But there's plenty of mystery. Heading into Friday night's game against the Dodgers, White Sox left-hander Mark Buehrle was hoping he would have the edge against a team he never has faced. "They've never seen my cutter,...
Tribune staff reporterPaul Konerko hit a three-run homer and improved his batting average against left-handed pitchers to .369 Friday night as the White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 5-3 to stay in a first-place tie with the Minnesota Twins in the American League Central....
Tribune staff reporterThe good news for the White Sox: This was just a two-game series. The bad news: They come back next month to play a four-gamer. Clearly, this is not a place that breeds good vibrations. Mark Kotsay hit his first home run since Sept. 19 in the bottom of...
Tribune staff reporterMaybe it was because Paul Konerko was wearing the uniform of the 1983 White Sox, the team whose players were honored Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field. At any rate, the '83 Sox won the divisional championship wearing the "Winning Ugly" label. And Konerko...
Tags: Eyewear, Tom Gordon, Carl Everett, Chicago White Sox, Carlos Lee
Tribune staff reporterTwo developments, one good and one bad, stood out in Sunday's 8-3 White Sox victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Comiskey Park. The good news: Gary Glover made an adjustment and came back after a shaky start to pitch seven innings of four-hit, three-...
Tribune staff reporterFrank Thomas didn't get thrown out at the plate Monday, ending his two-game streak. "I didn't have a chance," Thomas said with a laugh. Thomas had the day off, but he did get an opportunity to watch his teammates get thrown out at home instead. Though...
Tags: Jesus Colome, Neck Pain, Mark Johnson, Chicago White Sox, Sports
Tribune staff reporterDan Wright successfully passed the baton to Damaso Marte, who handed it to Tom Gordon. Then Billy Koch dropped it. After the first three White Sox pitchers combined to allow just one hit through nine innings Thursday, Boston scored off Koch in the...
Tribune staff reporterNo matter what Mike Caruso does during the rest of the season, he can be secure in the knowledge he'll never again have to pay for a drink on the South Side. Caruso's two-run, eighth-inning home run Sunday off Rick Aguilera gave the White Sox a 6-4...
1933 Al Simmons, OF Jimmy Dykes, 3B 1934 Simmons, OF Dykes, 3B 1935 Simmons, OF 1936 Luke Appling, SS Rip Radcliff, P Vern Kennedy, P 1937 Luke Sewell, C Monty Stratton, P 1938 Mike Kreevich, OF 1939 Appling, SS Ted Lyons, P 1940 Appling, SS 1941 Appling,...
Tags: Luis Aparicio, Carl Everett, Al Simmons, Early Wynn, Nellie Fox
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