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How did the White Sox get stuck with four blocks of 20 games without a day off (April, May-June, July-Aug, and Aug-Sept.)? I didn't go through the entire MLB schedule, but enough to see that some teams have maybe one of those blocks, and some teams have...
Stephen Strasburg is ready for his first big league season without restrictions. Ready to go from season’s start to finish. Ready to throw as many pitches as it takes and to stay on the mound as long as possible, including into the eighth and...
BRADENTON, Fla. — Thirteen players and coaches have worn No. 56 for the Cubs. Could Mark Buehrle one day become the 14th? "What if?'' Buehrle said on a sunny Wednesday in the visiting clubhouse at McKechnie Field. I had asked him what would have...
How To Ruin A Franchise, Step 41: Write a full-page letter in the newspapers blaming the media, attendance, general ignorance – anyone but yourself! – for your decaying franchise a year after a publicly-funded stadium was built. That's the...
Thanks to a deal announced Tuesday, Northwestern will use Wrigley Field for home football games and other sports for the next half decade. Here's how they can make everything goes smoothly. Mind the walls: Playing the Northwestern-Illinois football game...
'Tis the season of lists. The Weather Channel lists the 20 Top Storms of 2012 (I survived one). The New York Times Book Review, the year's Top 10 books ( I've read one). But on the simple, annual, personal list of Top 10 South Florida Sporting Events...
Contact a Hollywood agent, quick. It's time for someone to do the miniseries "Trading Sori: Inside the Cubs' Quest for the Holy Grail.'' The conversations about the Alfonso Soriano situation that have taken place recently and will take place for who...
Barring some miraculous turn of events this weekend, these are our final chances to reflect on the improbable 2012 White Sox. Much of the audience already has headed for the exits, so I'm going to roll closing credits now and avoid an empty theater next...
Who are the piranhas now? Ozzie Guillen used to say the Twins were like those flesh-eating fish, chewing up opponents. But now it's the White Sox, their front office and pro scouts especially, who are feeding off of others. After Monday's 5-4 win over...
The best pitch in baseball? It's probably the fastball, although a good changeup is a close second. As Commissioner Bud Selig heads toward retirement, with a legacy for creating labor peace and growing a game that had stagnated badly under his...
Major League Baseball schedules always have seemed as much art as science. But with the players union pushing for a fairer format, the 2013 schedule — the first with an odd number of teams in each league — is unusual in many ways. With the...
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