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On the Mets beatOliver Perez and John Maine will split the pitching duties this afternoon. If you're coming out here, it's cold and windy, so bundle up. Marlon Anderson is back in centerfield today, which makes me wonder if they're thinking of keeping......
It's come to this. Here's the deal: A White Sox victory today clinches the American League Central. If the Sox lose today, they can still clinch the division, if the Indians lose tonight. After that it gets confusing. Let's just say the only way the Sox...
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Yes, we're stuck at our desk, but it is with distinct pleasure that we bring you this playoff edition of From the Cubicle of this potentially decisive Game 3. It doesn't happen a lot around here, so you've got to savor it while you can. If you're like...
Carl Everett Johnson, 24, of Hagerstown, Md., died Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at his home. Born July 14, 1988, in Bucks County, Pa., he was the son of Carl A. and Nancy Jean Ardinger Johnson of Hagerstown. He was employed by Antietam Tree and Turf. He...
The White Sox completed their incredible conquest Wednesday night, eliminating the final demons that haunted the franchise since their last World Series title in 1917. They completed their stunning run in a manner that mirrored their amazingly successful...
Special to the TribuneFIRST INNING Sox top: Oh, no. What happened to small ball? Scott Podsednik walked on four pitches but Willie Harris wasn't asked to sacrifice and Podsednik was picked off. Cubs top: Carlos Zambrano was smokin'. You could hear the pop on his pitches....
Tribune staff reporterThe most impressive number for Jose Contreras was 67. That was the percentage of strikes Contreras threw Saturday that enabled him to last seven innings, keeping the White Sox within striking distance in their 5-3 comeback victory over the Cubs. It also...
Tribune staff reporterRain is in the forecast Sunday night. But if the White Sox have their way, it will be raining champagne. On Saturday night, the Sox moved one step from returning to the World Series for the first time since 1959. Freddy Garcia carried the starting...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox pulled off their most stunning and complete pillage Friday night in one of baseball's most revered villages. A culmination of timely hitting that involved muscle and finesse, as well as the resurrection of postseason pitching legend Orlando...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox and Cubs showed Saturday why their seasons are heading in opposite directions. After Carlos Zambrano shut them out on one hit over seven innings, the Sox broke through with four runs in the eighth off the Cubs' bullpen to spark a 5-3...
Tribune staff reporterNo. 3 hitter Jermaine Dye tried to generate some offense Tuesday night with a sixth-inning bunt attempt and catcher A.J. Pierzynski tried to steal second base in the seventh. Right idea, wrong players. On Tuesday they played out of sorts in a 3-2 loss...
Tribune staff reporterSympathy can wait. The White Sox moved one game closer to winning their first American League Division Series on Wednesday night thanks to their ability to seize the moment. Their comeback was fueled when former teammate Tony Graffanino missed a...
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