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Tribune staff reporterWonder what was worse Tuesday for White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, spending the night at the hospital or watching the display his team put on in his absence. As Guillen lay in a hospital bed with kidney stones, his best friend and new ace of the staff,...
Tribune staff reporterThe Minnesota Twins finally took their bat and ball and left Chicago Wednesday night, losing two out of three while clinching their third straight American League Central Division title along the way. Paul Konerko pulled an RBI single to left to drive in...
Tribune staff reporterMark Buehrle didn't pitch well enough to win Friday night. Truth be told, he didn't deserve a no-decision, either. But such is the benevolent fate of the league leader in run support as he watched the White Sox outslug the Montreal Expos 11-7 Friday...
Tags: Mark Buehrle, Paul Konerko, Ozzie Guillen, Florida, Juan Uribe
Tribune staff reporterThere was no chance Jon Rauch was going to leave U.S. Cellular Field early this time. Not after what happened in his first start, when he was all but tossed to the curb with White Sox general manager Ken Williams posting an "available" sign on him. But...
ChicagoSports.comA lot has changed for the Sox since that first series with the Cubs a week ago. The South Siders are now two up in the Central and made a major move, acquiring starter Freddy Garcia. Meanwhile the Cubs still are three games back and spinning their wheels...
Tribune staff reporterBefore the bottom of the 10th inning Tuesday night, the video montage on the center-field scoreboard showed some of the biggest home runs in recent White Sox history. Among them was Jose Valentin's game-winner against the Cubs last June. A couple...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox had only five hits Friday night, but four of them were home runs. Jose Valentin hit two and Frank Thomas and Carl Everett belted one apiece. That was the victory formula for the muscle-flexing first-place Sox as they beat the Texas...
Tribune staff reporterFreddy Garcia has seen this show before. While toiling in Seattle, Garcia received the worst run support of any starting pitcher in the major leagues. He must have thought his trade June 27 to the potent White Sox was the equivalent of winning the...
Special to the TribuneWhite Sox players spared themselves some grief Thursday, although it would have been fun to be a little mouse in the clubhouse if they hadn't beaten Anaheim 9-8. "They should thank God we won because they were going to have the biggest meeting they...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox had a six-run lead three times Thursday night. Not once did it seem safe. In a fine display of a weekend 16-inch softball game, the Sox and Indians pounded each other around until tiring as the Sox held on for a 14-9 victory. The...
Special to the TribuneIt's never too late for the White Sox to enjoy a victory, like Saturday night's stirring 9-8 triumph over Detroit that was capped with a four-run 10th inning and Joe Borchard's dash for home from second base on a 12th-inning infield single that broke a...
Tribune staff reporterYou could say that Bartolo Colon was due for a bad outing Monday. After all, he entered the game 4-0 with a 1.14 ERA in his last four starts. But that same logic didn't apply to the White Sox, who are as popular in California as Arnold Schwarzenegger....
Tags: Carl Everett, Chicago White Sox, Anaheim, Bengie Molina, Colon
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