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Tribune staff reporterAfter their latest disappointment, the White Sox didn't want to focus on the numbers 1 and 6. Sure, they went a homely 1-6 on their road trip against Texas and Anaheim, teams that rank last and next to last in the American League West. But the Sox's...
Tags: Anaheim, Carl Everett, Paul Konerko, Texas, Francisco Cordero
Tribune staff reporterThe general consensus in the White Sox's clubhouse was that Boston starter Curt Schilling didn't have his great stuff Saturday night. But pitchers don't make six All-Star Game appearances and win 177 games by only winning when they have their best stuff....
Tribune baseball expert Phil Rogers has picked an All-City team the last five years to kick off the Cubs-Sox interleague series. It's fair to say that Phil's selections haven't always hit it off with the public — seems there's disagreement about who ought...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox are still searching for a fifth starter. But at least they discovered a way to win a game in Anaheim. Neal Cotts struggled in his major-league debut. And that's putting it kindly. But Dan Wright, who lost his spot in the rotation to Cotts,...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox general manager Ken Williams already has plenty on his to-do list as the season winds down and he plans for the 2005 campaign. But the biggest concern looming is the increasing chance All-Star slugger Magglio Ordonez may not be healed...
Tribune staff reporterTime for Plan—what is it now—M? N? The search for the elusive fifth starter—which has lasted for over a season now—continues for the White Sox after Neal Cotts gave up four runs, five hits and two home runs in 21/3 innings Saturday in a 9-1 loss to the...
Special to the TribuneDecisions made in the Red Line Series can leave a manager red-faced and the fans blue. Each major move of the White Sox's Ozzie Guillen and the Cubs' Dusty Baker is analyzed and magnified by a voracious Chicago media and fans. Just look at the disorder...
Leave it to Ken Williams to muck things up even when everything seems to be going well. Correct me if I am wrong. Rick White got canned for something he said to the media. It took Manuel two-thirds of the season to misuse most of his pitchers and...
Tribune baseball reporterWhen Jon Garland was Kris Honel's age, he was in the big leagues. No one is more aware of that than the 20-year-old Honel, who hopes to convince the White Sox to accelerate a step-by-step progression that could find him pitching in Class A this season....
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox are sharing the same hotel with "Canadian Idol" contestants, which seemed fitting Saturday as their supporting cast earned temporary star billing over the marquee pitching staff. The offense broke out with season highs of 10 runs and five...
Tags: Sports, Paul Konerko, Baseball, Ozzie Guillen, Jon Garland
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...
Can you tell me when Kenny Williams is going to quit trying to prove himself right by continuing to play Billy Koch? Isn't it about time that he swallows his pride and admits that he made a terrible decision trading Koch for Keith Foulke? --Scott Pulcini,...
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