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Tribune staff reporterAfter the White Sox rearranged their rotation Wednesday night, they were forced to scramble more than they imagined. It meant Jose Contreras making his first regular-season relief appearance in nearly four years. A.J. Pierzynski came off the bench in the...
Tribune staff reporterOzzie Guillen was interrupted by a text message from his wife, Ibis, in the midst of his postgame news conference. Guillen already had remembered he was to pick up his wife at the airport Thursday night, just as the White Sox were mindful they still...
Tags: Ted Lilly, Jermaine Dye, Jim Thome, Crimes, New York Yankees
The guy at SI and all the other "experts" who do this are idiots and hypocrites. They base a new season on the team's performance from the previous year ... even if the rosters are significantly different! The Bears have a different set of QBs (not to...
Tags: Racism, Mass Media, Sammy Sosa, Arizona Cardinals, Social Issues
Tribune staff reporterThere's such a thing as home-field advantage and then there's what the White Sox had Friday night. Oddsmakers would call it about as sure a thing as you can have. Not only had the Sox won more home games, 11, than any team in baseball, but the Royals had...
Tribune staff reporterWant the bad news first, or the good? OK, here's the bad: With Friday's 3-1 beating by the Yankees, the White Sox have lost a season-high six straight games and 14 of their last 20 at U.S. Cellular Field. Believe it or not, there is still some good...
Tribune staff reporterMaking the playoffs could be a tall order for the Bulls this season and 7-foot-1-inch Tyson Chandler appears to be their ticket to the postseason. The Bulls matched their longest winning streak of the season--four--with a 111-99 victory over the...
Tribune staff reporterAs the White Sox stumble to the end of the first half Sunday, they will try to regain some of the momentum that carried them to their best start in franchise history. They came up short in all categories Saturday night in a listless 10-1 loss to...
Tribune staff reporterOzzie Guillen doesn't want to talk about magic numbers, division-clinching scenarios or playoff pitching rotations. Not yet, anyway. But the four-game series sweep of the Detroit Tigers coupled with Cleveland's loss to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's eight-game winning streak ended late Monday night in a taxing manner as Yuniesky Betancourt's single with two outs in the 11th inning scored pinch-runner Willie Bloomquist to give Seattle a 4-3 victory. Betancourt's single came on an 0-...
Tribune staff reporterIt was a strange night indeed at U.S. Cellular Field, from Frank Thomas hitting two home runs for the visiting team to a "squirrel delay" and a seagull feasting in center field. Then there's the way the White Sox tied Oakland in the eighth inning—on a...
Tribune staff reporterAfter responding Sunday to manager Ozzie Guillen's message with a 7-5 victory over the Blue Jays, the White Sox moved on to their next challenge. Monday they return to American League Central play against a Cleveland team trying to climb out of a rut...
Tribune staff reporterThe last day the White Sox shared a piece of first place in the American League Central, catcher A.J. Pierzynski was punched by Cubs counterpart Michael Barrett. But that blow paled in comparison with the manner in which they were eliminated from the...
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