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Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox insist they're not feeling the tension from a tight playoff chase. But with 25 games remaining, they're coming up short in just enough areas to put their playoff chances in a precarious position. They fell out of the American League wild-...
Tags: Johan Santana, Fenway Park, Sports, Ozzie Guillen, Jermaine Dye
Tribune baseball reporterIn baseball terminology, you "run into" a pitch from a nasty closer like the Boston Red Sox's Jonathan Papelbon. But it was 10 innings after Jermaine Dye had done that, and now he was faced with something even tougher. He had to run at top speed with...
Tags: Sports, A.J. Pierzynski, Jermaine Dye, Marathon, Terry Francona
Tribune staff reporterEven with the luxury of a large lead Tuesday, Jose Contreras and his White Sox teammates were in no mood to experiment or relax. Contreras steered himself on the right path with 62/3 scoreless innings, and the Sox's offense never let up en route to a 13-...
Tags: Johan Santana, Sports, Ozzie Guillen, A.J. Pierzynski, Baseball
Practically everyone knows presidential hopeful Fred Thompson has played District Attorney Arthur Branch on "Law & Order" since 2002. But did you know that Rudy Giuliani's second wife, Donna Hanover, appeared on the show as Judge Deborah Burke seven...
WatchdogMy pals from Newsday.com's Final Score blog are oozing into my territory again, linking to T.J. Simers' column calling Curt Schilling a "sissy" for hit-and-run blogging. I don't mind. I'm a team guy. I am the page views tide that......
Tags: Kobe Bryant
O, by the WayRed Sox pitcher Curt Schilling appears to be heading for the door on his Major League career and assuming that's the case, his ticket should be punched to the Hall of Fame.Over the course of a 20-year career, Schilling's win......
Tags: Boston Red Sox
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsTwo of the biggest trades in baseball last week have created a little dilemma for Charity Wines. That???s the Massachusetts company that launched a line of wines in honor of athletes to raise money for their favorite charities. A portion......
WatchdogI have driven to Philadelphia for work and/or "pleasure" dozens of times, and I believe this morning was the first occasion on which I heard sustained baseball talk on the sports station WIP. Usually, it's Eagles in March, Eagles in......
WatchdogMrs. WatchDog came up with a great idea to pick up some cheap page views: A pointless, artificially manufactured trash-talking war with my Dallas sports media blogging counterpart, Barry Horn. Check this out: Horn's most recent post has Troy Aikman,......
Tags: Rick Mirer, Troy Aikman
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox followed their preferred script Friday night. Mark Buehrle recorded his first shutout this season and pushed his scoreless-innings streak to 18. Leadoff batter Scott Podsednik set the tone on offense with a stolen base in the first inning....
Tags: Paul Bako, Sports, Ozzie Guillen, Jermaine Dye, Jose Valentin
Special to Baltimoresun.comJim Crothers uses Cecil County as a starting point for baseball road trips, including an annual week-long outing with the Calvert Stogie and Rail Club -- a group of "otherwise normal, fat, old guys who destroy themselves by watching up to three games a...
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