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On the Yankees beatby Joe Pawlikowski We learned earlier this week that RHP Freddy Garcia will decide on a team by the end of next week. There are four finalists: Mets, White Sox, Rangers, and Yankees. While it wouldn't be right to count......
Calling all Sox fans off the ledge. We've got a game to watch. The Sox try to take the rubber match of this series with the Minnesota Twins after losing in about the toughest possible manner in Game 1 and then hanging on in the ninth last night to even...
Tribune staff reporterYes, the White Sox are alone atop the American League Central. But manager Jerry Manuel is not about to throw a party. "We still have a long ways to go," he said after watching his team's 7-3 victory over Texas on Thursday night. "We have men, good men....
Tribune staff reporterBartolo Colon went from stud to dud in a matter of minutes Thursday night. On the verge of throwing his fourth complete game in his last five starts, Colon disintegrated before a crowd of 22,827 at U.S. Cellular Field. After giving up just three hits...
Tags: Death, U.S. Cellular Field, Colon, Tennis, National League
Who is to blame for the White Sox's poor start? It's you, Teddy Greenstein. By looking at the records of teams you've covered over the years, it's obvious that you are a one serious jinx. Notre Dame's football record slid from 8-3 to 7-6 under your...
Tribune baseball reporterIf it's not broken, don't fix it. Who could begrudge Anaheim Angels general manager Bill Stoneman a restful winter? After all, the Angels' ultraimpressive run through the playoffs should not be viewed as the doing of the Rally Monkey or any other Disney-...
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 reporterWhat does White Sox general manager Ken Williams wear, a 44 long? It might be time to find out. After watching his team struggle to a 45-49 record in the first half, Williams said Monday: "They better do the job, otherwise they will have to fit me for a...
Tags: Mark Buehrle, Carlos Lee, Colon, Dmitri Young, Mike Maroth
Tribune staff reporterIn their quest for motivation, the White Sox vowed not to let the Yankees celebrate their sixth consecutive division title on their home turf. "It would be a shame to see these guys jump around on the field [while] we're sitting there with our heads...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's lineup were so feeble to start Saturday night's game that Seattle's Gil Meche needed only 28 pitches to record the first 10 outs. Sox starter Bartolo Colon was equally unimpressive, giving up a two-run homer to Edgar Martinez in the first...
Tribune staff reporterBartolo Colon should be used to this by now. Between rain and snow, four of the workhorse right-hander's 22 starts this season have been affected by weather. So after waiting out a 36-minute rain delay Sunday, Colon (8-9) simply took the ball and gave...
Tags: Carlos Lee, Baseball, Colon, Jerry Manuel, Tampa Bay Rays
Cal Ripken's first major-league hit came against Dennis Lamp of the Chicago White Sox on Aug. 16, 1981. His last hit came against Frank Castillo of the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Oct. 5, 2001. Ripken finished his career with 3,184...
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