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Tribune staff reporterWith 37 come-from-behind victories and 35 one-run victories last season, you might think the White Sox had found every possible way to win a baseball game. Nope. They discovered a new one in Wednesday night's 6-5, 11-inning victory over Seattle—Pablo...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen saw Cubs counterpart Dusty Baker walk up the steps of the U.S. Cellular Field conference room, then got into a boxing stance. Guillen broke into a smile, then hugged Baker after Guillen and his players fell helpless to one...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox displayed a sense of urgency Wednesday more befitting a team fighting elimination than trying to extend its comfortable lead in the American League Central. Left-handed ace Mark Buehrle didn't slack off against last-place Kansas City,...
Tribune staff reporterIt has taken awhile, but the White Sox and Freddy Garcia finally are feeling comfortable hanging around home. Of course, it has helped that they have had friendly butler service from Detroit's starting pitchers the last two nights. Home has felt more...
Tribune staff reporterJose Contreras' development has advanced to the point where he can work out of self-inflicted jams despite not feeling 100 percent. The latest chapter in Contreras' 13-game winning streak came Thursday in the sixth inning of the White Sox's 4-1 victory...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox rank 12th in the American League in batting average and admit their league-best pitching staff and defense have carried them to the top of the AL Central standings. The offense finally picked up the slack Friday night, with an assist from...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox rediscovered their small-ball tactics just in time Friday night. Three singles and a sacrifice bunt in the 10th inning produced a 2-1 victory at Minnesota that maintained their 4˝-game lead over Cleveland in the American League Central with...
Tags: Juan Uribe, Ozzie Guillen, Jacque Jones, Sports, American League
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox punctuated their conquest of Coors Field during a pitching change in the eighth inning of their 15-5 victory Wednesday night over hapless Colorado. Two children ran down an aisle behind the Sox's dugout holding brooms symbolizing the Sox'...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen joked Sunday about his desperation after Oakland became the first team to sweep the Sox this season. "We lost the game and we lost my plane flight (to Miami)," Guillen said after the Sox fell 9-8 in 11 innings in a game...
Tags: Neal Cotts, Ozzie Guillen, Paul Konerko, Sports, American League
Tribune baseball reporterOutside of being, say, Barry Bonds' public relations man or one of the guys who collects urine samples, there aren't many jobs in baseball worse than the ones Ryan Dempster and Bobby Jenks have. Closer—as in last one out the door after a fire or...
Tags: Sports, Michael Buble, John Mabry, Sean Marshall, Mark Buehrle
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......
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's margin of error was so thin Tuesday night that one pitch cost Freddy Garcia a no-hitter, a shutout and a shot at a well-deserved victory over 2004 American League Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana. Jacque Jones ended a suspenseful...
Tags: Cy Young, Jacque Jones, Ozzie Guillen, Sports, American League
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