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Tribune staff reporterAn 11 1/2-game lead in the American League Central with 10 weeks remaining in the season would seem cozy, but the White Sox displayed a rare sense of urgency Sunday. They used five relievers to secure a 6-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox that was...
Tribune staff reporterMark Buehrle gave manager Ozzie Guillen another reason not to tweak the White Sox's rotation in the final 2½ weeks. But the Sox had nothing else to relish Tuesday night, as their playoff chances took a big hit in a 4-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels in...
Tribune staff reporterRookie Brian Anderson carried the White Sox's feeble offense for 11 innings. Fortunately for the Sox, teammate Tadahito Iguchi finally stepped up in the 12th inning by hitting a two-run homer for a 5-3 victory at Seattle. Anderson, 23, in his fourth...
Special to the TribuneWith this White Sox team, it's a good idea to come early and stay late. The Sox have outscored opponents 53-28 in the first inning and 57-42 in the eighth and ninth innings. For the second straight night, they chose the late-inning method of excitement....
Tribune staff reporterThe sight of Detroit starting pitcher Sean Douglass departing the mound after six innings Monday night looked more attractive to the White Sox than the return of former slugger Magglio Ordonez did to a crowd of 37,556 at U.S. Cellular Field. In its...
Tags: Paul Konerko, Juan Uribe, U.S. Cellular Field, Joe Crede, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox suffered the equivalent of a torture test Saturday. It leaves them resigned to resolving their latest problems internally, with time running out. The bullpen absorbed its latest blow as Matt Thornton, Mike MacDougal and Boone Logan walked...
Special to the TribuneAlong with all that rainwater Wednesday, the White Sox's sunny statistics and Cell superiority went down the drain. Detroit's 8-6 victory defied all lopsided logic and also dented the Sox's reputation for overcoming any adversity. Talk about overcoming....
Tribune staff reporterAnother game, another achievement for the White Sox. One night after winning their first American League Central title in five years, the Sox pulled out a 3-2 victory Friday night at Cleveland in 13 innings to secure home-field advantage throughout the...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen took an immediate liking to Petco Park in his first visit Friday night. The deep dimensions worked in favor of Jon Garland, who didn't yield a hit until the fifth inning and pitched six shutout innings before tiring....
Tags: Brian Giles, Juan Uribe, Joe Crede, Timo Perez, Sports
Tribune staff reporterFortunately for the White Sox, Tadahito Iguchi hasn't lost the power stroke that made him one of Japan's top players. In another chapter of his amazingly successful 2005 season, Iguchi poked an opposite-field solo home run Thursday off reliever Justin...
Tags: Paul Konerko, Japan, Gregg Zaun, Chicago White Sox, Timo Perez
Tribune staff reporterWith their postseason award candidates flashing their credentials, the White Sox are in full campaign mode for another championship. Saturday night's seemingly easy-turned-way-too-hard 10-8 victory over Cleveland—only their fourth win in the last 10...
Tribune staff reporterDustin Hermanson's impressive saves streak ended suddenly Saturday night, costing Mark Buehrle a long-awaited and much-deserved victory. San Diego tagged Hermanson for two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to hand the White Sox a 2-1 loss that...
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