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Tribune reporterThe 1984 season brings back memories both delicious and dreadful for Cubs fans, and now they have a companion piece to compare it to. By sweeping Atlanta 10-2 and 8-0 Wednesday in a day-night doubleheader at Turner Field, the Cubs moved 26 games above...
The Associated PressMark Teixeira, Huston Street and Brad Lidge were among 22 players who avoided arbitration by agreeing to contracts Thursday, one day before teams and players exchange figures. Toronto reliever Scott Downs cashed in on a breakout season, getting a $10...
Tags: Michael Wuertz, Sports, George Sherrill, Joe Crede, Ty Wigginton
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox won one and lost another Friday night. The victory was 7-3 over the Angels with Darin Erstad driving in the winning run in his first game against his old teammates. The loss was the bat of Jim Thome, who left the game in the first inning...
Tribune staff reporterThe light bulbs flashed in anticipation of Jim Thome's 500th career home run Friday night, but his White Sox teammates stole the spotlight in a 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels. Thome went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts before an announced crowd of...
Tribune staff reporterThe 2005 season and all its glory seemed once again like an awfully distant memory Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It was 23 months ago that the White Sox dispatched the Los Angeles Angels in five ALCS games in a surreal October. Everyone knows...
The Associated PressJoe Saunders took a shutout into the ninth inning, Torii Hunter homered and the Los Angeles Angels hung on to beat the White Sox 3-1 Friday night, snapping Chicago's eight-game winning streak. Gavin Floyd (4-3) took the loss despite holding the Angels to...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Chipper Jones never hesitates to speak his mind when asked about the state of the Atlanta Braves. Suffice it to say that the second half of 2008 hasn't exactly caused the All-Star third baseman to wax euphoric, this despite a .358...
Tags: Sports, All Stars, Atlanta Braves, Albert Pujols, Mark Teixeira
Tribune staff reporterWith Freddy Garcia on the mound and Jim Thome at the plate, the White Sox hardly looked like a team depressed over the loss of five-game winner Jose Contreras to a pinched nerve. Garcia continued his renaissance with eight innings of one-run ball and...
Tribune staff reporterIt was like the White Sox never had left Angel Stadium after winning the American League Championship Series. An Angel Stadium sellout crowd of 43,940 booed villain A.J. Pierzynski on Friday night but wound up witnessing a pounding reminiscent of the...
On the Mets beatBilly Wagner done for the season? Ouch. Either way, the first-place Mets will take on the Braves tonight. It's Darren here with you to help you vent and talk about how this might affect the team. Oliver Perez, arguably one......
Tags: Sports, Billy Wagner, Jose Reyes, Atlanta Braves, Carlos Delgado
On the Mets beatHey folks! We're almost ready to get started, Mike Pelfrey has a chance to make a statement on the mound. Despite a loss yesterday the Mets are still in good shape in the Wild Card race, and sit just a......
On the Yankees beatChien-Ming Wang was sharp today in his second start of the spring, with the exception of a solo home run. He allowed one earned run (a first-inning solo home run by Casey Kotchman) on three hits and no walks in......
Tags: Sports, Baseball, Chien-Ming Wang, Greg Norton
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