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Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs and the White Sox emptied their holsters Saturday as if they were battling for a playoff spot on the last day of the season. And Cubs manager Lou Piniella hit the bull's-eye at the right time. Ryan Theriot's squeeze bunt scored pinch-runner...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox are only three years removed from their last World Series championship, while the Cubs are celebrating the 100th anniversary of their last title. These are historical facts most everyone in Chicago knows by now. But noted philosopher...
Tribune staff reporterJim Thome's ascent toward 500 home runs and rookie Danny Richar's continued development highlighted the White Sox's climb out of the American League Central cellar Tuesday night. Thome hit his 493rd career home run, a two-run shot, and Richar added a...
Tribune staff reporterManager Ozzie Guillen shrugged his shoulders Saturday night after watching the latest shortcomings of the White Sox's offense. "If one guy was struggling, then we can make some changes," Guillen said after the Sox were held to four hits by Scott Kazmir...
Tribune staff reporterWinning five of their last six games convinced the White Sox to gain a glimmer of hope and rearrange their rotation for the second time in as many days. But moving Jose Contreras back to the bullpen became even more of a necessity Thursday night after...
Tags: Chicago White Sox, Labor Day, Sports, Gavin Floyd, John Danks
Tribune staff reporterThe first two weeks of the baseball season are over with the White Sox in first place in the AL Central and leading the league in runs scored and confidence gained. The question is whether this is real or whether it comes from playing Detroit,...
Tribune reporterThe White Sox returned home Friday night, and so did their offense as they tried to seize an opportunity to move into first place in the American League Central. But the ineffectiveness of the White Sox's pitching staff resembled the September chill of a...
Tribune staff reporterOzzie Guillen's now-infamous outburst Sunday followed three straight losses in Tampa Bay in which the White Sox scored four runs. Four runs? That suddenly has become a good inning for the Sox. Since Sunday, the Sox have scored 31 runs, pounded out 48...
Tribune reporterAfter the White Sox were held to one hit through five innings and were on the verge of watching a sterling effort from Javier Vazquez go for naught, Jermaine Dye couldn't be blamed Wednesday night for spiking his bat and pumping his fist after solving...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Ozzie Guillen meets with general manager Ken Williams before the start of a six-game homestand Monday night, the White Sox manager could have a difficult time keeping his current roster intact. An array of problems that have typified the Sox's 28-37...
Tags: Chicago White Sox, Crimes, Los Angeles, Jim Thome, Jermaine Dye
Tribune staff reporterAway from the trade speculation and contract negotiations, the White Sox have found some peace on the baseball field. They completed their first four-game sweep since 2005 with the timely hitting that has deserted them for most of this season and a...
Tribune staff reporterManager Ozzie Guillen brought his own giveaway bobblehead doll into his Sunday postgame briefing. It had a piece of tape over the mouth. But even after the White Sox's bullpen had been pounded for six runs in 2 1/3 innings of an 11-5 loss to Tampa Bay,...
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