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Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox may not have come back from Minnesota with much, but they did bring their batsat least the ones that work. The power outage that afflicted their efforts against the Twins disappeared under an avalanche of 12 hitssix for extra...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox met before Friday night's game to discuss how they would divvy up their second-place bonus money. If they had lost Friday, all their planning might have gone to waste. But by beating the Royals 11-2, the Sox need to win only one of their...
Tribune staff reporterIf first impressions are truly lasting, a survival kit may be necessary for White Sox fans to get through the 2002 season. The Sox managed to live through a bumpy encounter in the season opener Monday when Keith Foulke escaped a bases-loaded jam in the...
Tribune staff reporterThe general consensus in the White Sox's clubhouse was that Boston starter Curt Schilling didn't have his great stuff Saturday night. But pitchers don't make six All-Star Game appearances and win 177 games by only winning when they have their best stuff....
Tribune staff reporterJose Valentin looked around the field Monday and saw a bunch of 20-somethings surrounding him. Who would have guessed back in the spring that the 32-year-old Valentin would be the "old man" in the middle on a rebuilding White Sox team? "It is kind of...
Tags: Jon Garland, Arbitration, Mark Buehrle, Ray Durham, Gary Glover
It took Paul Sullivan a few days to figure out the registration form on Chicagosports.com. Now that he's finally registered, he's crankier than ever and back to answering your questions. Has anyone ever told Frank Thomas that it is not a crime to swing...
Tribune baseball expert Phil Rogers has picked an All-City team the last five years to kick off the Cubs-Sox interleague series. It's fair to say that Phil's selections haven't always hit it off with the public — seems there's disagreement about who ought...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker was asked before Sunday's finale of the White Sox-Cubs series whether third-base coach Wendell Kim would be gun-shy over waving a runner home after his much-discussed gaffe during Saturday's loss. "I hope not," the Cubs manager said. "I...
Tribune staff reporterWith three games remaining after Thursday night's 9-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals, the White Sox still are trying to finish as many games above .500 as possible. Because of that, the Sox won't go out of their way to make sure left-handed...
Tags: Sports, Juan Uribe, Mark Buehrle, Baseball, Ozzie Guillen
Tribune staff reporterIt was a statement begging for a punch line on a day in which nothing was funny for the White Sox. The crucial play in the Sox's 5-2 loss to the Twins on Thursday came in the third inning when Roberto Alomar let a throw from center fielder Carl Everett...
Tribune staff reporterDamaso Marte put on quite a show Tuesday. And it came hours before the game's first pitch. The left-handed White Sox reliever moon-walked to Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean," drawing high-fives from teammates D'Angelo Jimenez and Miguel Olivo. Third-base...
Tribune staff reporterJose Valentin dropped his bat and threw his arms in the air. He knew it. "I didn't try to mock anybody," Valentin said of the celebration that followed his game-winning home run. "But when you've been swinging the bat like I have, you better enjoy it."...
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