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Tribune baseball reporterTony La Russa doesn't take home-field advantage lightly. He believes the 2004 World Series might have ended differently if it had started at Busch Stadium rather than Fenway Park. "Would we have done better?" La Russa asked. "Yeah. Had we started in St....
Trade talks between the Orioles and Seattle Mariners involving Erik Bedard are alive, though other teams remain in the mix if the Orioles decide to trade their ace pitcher, Andy MacPhail said. The Orioles' president of baseball operations said...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's prevent defense is running out of time and space. They can take little solace in removing three games off their delicate schedule after Cleveland regained its furious momentum Wednesday night in an 8-0 victory before a crowd of 36,543...
Tribune staff reporterFor every problem, there's an opportunity for a solution. In the case of the White Sox, Brandon McCarthy made the most of his chance Wednesday night after Charlie Haeger struggled in his major-league debut in a 12-5 loss to the Los Angeles Angels at damp...
Tribune staff reporterBefore getting into the specifics of another artistically awful defeat Sunday, let's take a look at the broader poor play: •Even before the 5-2 loss to the Twins, the White Sox were eliminated officially from American League Central contention,...
Tribune staff reporterJoe Crede removed all the weight of the White Sox's 10 innings of tension and frustration Tuesday night. His home run off reliever David Riske overcame the Sox's multiple shortcomings to produce a dramatic 7-6 victory over Cleveland that ignited a wild...
Tribune staff reporterA second horrendous loss, played with a backdrop of dreary weather Thursday, had White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen envisioning a scenario that isn't as glamorous as it may seem. "If we continue to play like that, they better make some reservations for some...
Tribune staff reporterCloser Bobby Jenks was available Wednesday night but wasn't used. Staff ace Mark Buehrle pitched well but not effectively enough to win. What the White Sox sorely lacked again was an offense potent enough to support Buehrle and provide enough of a...
Tribune staff reporterThe throbbing Latin music that Johan Santana plays before each start could be heard Sunday down the hallway outside the White Sox's clubhouse. And that was just one of several headaches suffered by the Sox in a 7-3 loss to Minnesota as they head into...
Tags: Jim Thome, Jason Tyner, Ozzie Guillen, Joe Crede, Paul Konerko
Tribune staff reporterBrewers left-hander Doug Davis hardly has been mentioned with the game's elite pitchers. Tuesday night, however, Davis pitched as if he belongs with those stars. Just ask the Cubs. Davis (11-10) pitched the Brewers into third place ahead of the Cubs...
Tribune staff reporterIt might be too late for the White Sox to conduct a parent-teacher conference. Late-inning deficiencies in clutch hitting and relief Thursday night overshadowed a brilliant performance by 22-year-old Brandon McCarthy and resulted in a frustrating 4-1...
Tags: Damaso Marte, Ozzie Guillen, Joe Crede, Cy Young, Neal Cotts
Tribune staff reporterThe difference between wins and losses became even narrower Tuesday night for the White Sox as their second-half skid took another frustrating dip. The latest chapter in their rut became even more humbling when ninth-place batter Jason Bartlett hit his...
Tags: Jim Thome, Jason Tyner, Ozzie Guillen, Joe Crede, Cy Young
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