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Tribune staff reporterThe silence might seem awkward but it could result in an extended honeymoon for Paul Konerko and the White Sox. Beneath his team-leading 32 home runs and 80 RBIs is this: Konerko is in the final year of his contract. No negotiations have been conducted...
Tags: Sports, Mark Buehrle, Baseball, Chicago Cubs, Boston Red Sox
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's vulnerability stood out Thursday night as they missed a chance to move into first place in the American League Central. Shortly after manager Ozzie Guillen announced Rob Mackowiak would take over as the starting center fielder, the Sox'...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's biggest obstacle doesn't reside in Cleveland or Detroit. Instead, they're proving to be their own worst enemy, which became more apparent Tuesday night in a baffling 3-2 loss to the Tigers. In a performance that mirrored Monday's one-run...
Tags: Geoff Blum, American League, Sports, A.J. Pierzynski, Baseball
Tribune staff reporterTwo starts after dominating first-place Detroit, Jose Contreras suddenly looks as vulnerable as three of his fellow White Sox starting pitchers. That's an ominous sign for the Sox, as Contreras suffered one of his roughest outings of the season in a 7-...
Tribune staff reporterOne possibility for the White Sox was eliminated Wednesday night as their playoff hopes took an even bleaker turn. Detroit erased any realistic hope of Jon Garland winning 20 games as the Tigers' clutch hitting stood out in a 6-2 triumph that further...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's back-to-basics formula that helped them win the 2005 World Series enabled them Wednesday night to win their second consecutive American League Central showdown over Detroit. Rob Mackowiak's sacrifice bunt set up another game-winning hit...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's sense of urgency was evident Monday night after eight pitches. Unfortunately, the damage already had been done before pitching coach Don Cooper visited the mound and rookie knuckleballer Charlie Haeger began to warm up. That summed up...
Tribune staff reporterFreddy Garcia has risen to challenges throughout his career, but never has a threat faced him so early as his task Monday. After getting peppered for nine hits and seven runs against Cleveland with a batting-practice fastball and lollipop curve in his...
Daily PressAMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL CLEVELAND INDIANS (81-81, 3rd) MANAGER: Eric Wedge (7th season) PAYROLL: $80 million X-FACTOR: Matt LaPorta, the key piece in last summer's CC Sabathia deal, could be up early in the year to claim left field. BEST CASE: Carl...
Tribune staff reporterDespite sweeping a four-game series in Cleveland for the first time in 42 years and extending their AL Central lead to a season-high 12 games, the White Sox will share center stage on their home field Monday night with one of the best offensive players in...
The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, what the farm system looks like, hiring a hypnotist and Buehrle, Buehrle, Buehrle. Mark, we keep hearing about how the White Sox have no talented prospects...
Tags: Aaron Boone, Arte Moreno, Baseball, Danny Richar, Ozzie Guillen
On the Yankees beatGood afternoon everyone. Marc Jimenez here with you on this Labor Day as the Yankees play a make-up game at Detroit before heading out to Tampa Bay, Seattle and Anaheim. If the Yankees didn???t know their fate by now, this......
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