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Tribune staff reporterIf it didn't play a role in the White Sox being where they are, the follies of their minor-league pitching call-ups would be comical. Friday night, Jason Grilli was the fifth pitcher the Sox called up from their minor-league system to make a start this...
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...
Tags: Basketball, Neal Cotts, Appendectomy, Surgery, Dmitri Young
Tribune staff reporterSometimes you have to give a pat on the back and sometimes a kick in the pants is more in order. When White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper went to the mound in the fourth inning Tuesday night to talk to Jon Garland, the one-sided conversation seemed as...
Tags: Basketball, Paul Konerko, Joe Crede, Jon Garland, Joe Randa
Tribune staff reporterThursday finished a stretch for the White Sox that many felt could define the Central Division race. Twenty-two games against division opponents gave the Sox an opportunity to separate themselves from the field. Even with Thursday's rain-prolonged 3-2...
Special to the TribuneWhat is this, late-summer reruns? Best of Memorex memories? Instant-replay highlights? What happened Saturday to the White Sox in a 10-7 loss to Boston has been seen before. And before and before. The sellout crowd of 37,303 at U.S. Cellular Field...
Tribune staff reporterOne of the question marks going into this season was whether the Sox had a bona fide everyday second baseman in Willie Harris. As the season heads into its last five weeks, it appears as though the Sox will go into next season wondering whether they have...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel didn't even need to see Bartolo Colon's first pitch Saturday night to know that his burly right-hander would deliver. Manuel merely had to listen. "When that first pitch sounds off like that, it means: Here he comes,"...
Of The Morning CallCarlos Velez knows the player salaries are high, the parking is expensive and the ticket prices are steep. But on an island where love for el beisbol runs deep, he sees little difficulty supporting a major league team. "People are going to buy tickets,"...
2002: 75-86, fifth place. Manager: Art Howe (first season). He's here: LHP Tom Glavine, OF Cliff Floyd, LHP Mike Stanton, RHP David Cone, SS Rey Sanchez, LHP Graeme Lloyd, OF Tsuyoshi Shinjo, INF Russ Johnson. He's outta here: Manager Bobby Valentine,...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel made a bold prediction before Friday's against the Detroit Tigers, bold because the bottom-hugging Tigers have baseball's worst record but had a winning mark against the Sox. "I say we still have six games left with the...
Tribune staff reporterPerhaps the White Sox can blame it on the full moon. They nearly blew a six-run lead in the ninth inning Tuesday night before escaping with an 8-6 victory over the Twins. "That was a big win," Mark Buehrle said after the Sox extended their lead in the...
Tribune staff reporterOn many nights, the White Sox resemble a beer-league softball team. They prefer slugging more than sacrificing, ranking fourth in the American League in home runs but ninth in runs scored. That wasn't the case Tuesday in their 5-2 victory over Anaheim....
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