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Tribune staff reporterAaron Rowand said in Boston over the weekend that he was going so good for so long that he thought he could hit anything—which meant he ended up hitting nothing for a brief stretch. "I started swinging at pitches that I don't normally swing at and...
Tags: Tennis, Minnesota, Detroit Tigers, Ozzie Guillen, New York
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox may not have come back from Minnesota with much, but they did bring their batsat least the ones that work. The power outage that afflicted their efforts against the Twins disappeared under an avalanche of 12 hitssix for extra...
Tribune staff reporterMany White Sox fans cheered Sunday when the scoreboard at U.S. Cellular Field posted St. Louis' 1-0 victory over the Cubs. One inning later, Sox fans had more to celebrate, a 3-2 triumph over the Toronto Blue Jays to cap a winning homestand and vault the...
Tribune staff reporterIt was a statement begging for a punch line on a day in which nothing was funny for the White Sox. The crucial play in the Sox's 5-2 loss to the Twins on Thursday came in the third inning when Roberto Alomar let a throw from center fielder Carl Everett...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel was playing to win Sunday. But he was also peering into the horizon, knowing that the first-place Royals were coming to U.S. Cellular Field on Monday for a three-game series. Manuel rested Roberto Alomar, Joe Crede,...
Special to the TribuneIt was only one night earlier that White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen gathered his troops for a postgame pick-me-up, the subject of which was to "have fun." And here he was, 24 hours later, searching down deep to put a fun spin on the latest loss—this one a...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel misses the old Frank Thomas, the one who cared more about RBIs and on-base percentage than home runs. Manuel said before the Sox's latest disappointment, an 11-5 loss to Texas on Friday, that the team needs Thomas to turn...
Tags: Sports, Cy Young, Carlos Lee, Jerry Manuel, Joe Crede
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...
Tribune staff reporterEsteban Loaiza explained the mind-set that had just enabled him to win his 15th game of the season and triggered his teammates into calling him a candidate to win the Cy Young Award. "When I throw the ball, I'm in charge of a game," Loaiza said. "I study...
Tribune staff reporterOne big inning. And two big scares. The White Sox earned a 5-4 victory over the Royals on Tuesday night by scoring five runs in the second inning, highlighted by Roberto Alomar's heady baserunning and a two-run homer by Frank Thomas. Then they had to...
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Lee emerged from the trainer's room Sunday a good 35 minutes after the game's final out. He wore a shower shoe on his left foot. His right foot and ankle were taped. With little warning, Lee has emerged as perhaps the most valuable player on...
Tribune staff reporterFrank Thomas' timing was perfect. He couldn't have picked a better time than Sunday to slug his way out of his mini-slump. On the eve of a four-game showdown for first place with Central Division co-leader Minnesota, Thomas smashed a game-winning three-...
Tags: Tom Gordon, Scott Sullivan, Basketball, Joe Crede, Casey Blake
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