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Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel was worked up even before Saturday night's excruciating 12-8 loss to the Rangers. He approached reporters while they were interviewing Frank Thomas to point out that only one had used his quote from a day earlier praising...
Tribune staff reporterLately, Mark Buehrle has been pitching like the All-Star he was last season. With the support of a 15-hit White Sox attack, Buehrle earned his fifth straight victory in an 11-3 thrashing Sunday of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Tropicana Field. "I have...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox brought in a new hitting coach Monday with the hiring of Greg Walker. Whether he would have taken the job if he had seen this is problematic. The Sox failed for the fourth game in a row and 11th in their last 17 to score more than three...
I think that Jon Garland should be given a few pitching opportunities with Sandy Alomar as a catcher. Maybe he needs some veteran leadership to tell him what to pitch. What do you think? ---Michael Cory, Milwaukee Yeah, you're not the only one who...
Tribune staff reporterWhat was all this talk about the White Sox not being able to play in the Metrodome? For a second straight night, the Sox pounded Minnesota pitching, this time in an 8-2 victory that moved the Sox into a tie with the Twins for first place in the AL...
Tribune staff reporterMinutes after the game, White Sox manager Jerry Manuel addressed his team, imploring them not to give up the fight. "That's what I told them: We've still got a shot," he said. "But it's very slim. But we have a chance and we have to play lights-out the...
Tribune staff reporterAfter accomplishing nearly everything a starting pitcher could, Esteban Loaiza is going to change his priorities. "I'm going to go back home [to Texas], relax and watch a lot of TV," he said. Loaiza has earned that right. Pitching for the third...
Tribune staff reporterMaybe the White Sox just needed a hometown hug. Back home after a punchless, disappointing trip, the Sox entertained a crowd of 20,400 with their biggest offensive show of the year. They jumped on Baltimore starter Sidney Ponson (2-3) for three runs in...
Tribune staff reporterLike a glass of fresh, cold lemonade on a hot Texas night, Joaquin Benoit was just what the White Sox needed Monday. The slumbering Sox offense woke up against Benoit, knocking him out in the third inning, and then kept hitting en route to a 12-6 victory...
Tribune staff reporterIt wasn't exactly what the White Sox had in mind to get ready for their first-place confrontation with the Minnesota Twins, but it will have to do. The Sox, who obliterated Baltimore Orioles pitching for 15 runs on 19 hits Tuesday night, were shut out 1-...
Tags: Joe Crede, Jon Garland, Carlos Lee, Crimes, Brian Roberts
Tribune staff reporterFor the last couple of seasons, the White Sox have lived by the home run ball. Now they are starting to die by it. The Sox allowed four more home runs Wednesday. The biggest was Ben Broussard's pinch-hit grand slam in the eighth inning off Mike...
Tags: Mark Buehrle, Casey Blake, Paul Konerko, Chicago Cubs, Baseball
Tribune staff reporterIt's only three months into Ozzie Guillen's first season as a manager, but he already has bought into the prevailing thinking of big-league managers--you pitch your closer in the ninth inning of save situations no matter what. It doesn't matter if the...
Tags: Joe Crede, John Olerud, Travel, Carlos Lee, Esteban Loaiza
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