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Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven became Hall of Famers on Wednesday, the two-time World Series champions easily elected after narrow misses last season. Sluggers Rafael Palmeiro, Mark McGwire, Jeff Bagwell and Juan Gonzalez came nowhere close. Hall...
Tribune staff reporterThe evaluation period brought mixed results Tuesday night for the White Sox. Jim Thome moved closer to the 500-home run mark. Josh Fields made his first putout in left field. And Gavin Floyd weaved his way through six innings. But the eighth inning...
Tribune staff reporterJim Thome's ascent toward 500 home runs and rookie Danny Richar's continued development highlighted the White Sox's climb out of the American League Central cellar Tuesday night. Thome hit his 493rd career home run, a two-run shot, and Richar added a...
Tags: Matt Thornton, Mike Myers, Chicago White Sox, Sports, Basketball
The Sox picked themselves out the AL Central cellar last night with a victory over these Kansas City Royals. Jim Thome hit career homer No. 493, tying Lou Gehrig and -- what the? -- Fred McGriff on the all-time list. And it certainly would be nice if he...
Tribune staff reporterPaul Konerko would be the first to admit he has a pretty hard head. But not even Konerko could have imagined a curveball bounced off his noggin could change the complexion of a ballgame, if not a season.After Cubs starter Kerry Wood hit him in the...
Tribune staff reporterBefore Friday's game, a defiant Don Baylor declined to second-guess his decision to remove Jason Bere from Sunday's game against Houston, in which he had pitched six shutout innings. The Cubs eventually lost when their bullpen coughed up seven runs. "I'...
Tribune baseball reporterMaybe the worst-case scenario has run its course with the Cubs. Todd Hundley almost was thrown out at the plate advancing from second base on Alex Gonzalez's double off the right-field scoreboard. He had gone back to tag up, then had to hustle to keep...
Tribune staff reporterManager Don Baylor said he is "embarrassed" and he has "had it up to here" with the Cubs' shoddy performances after Sunday's 13-4 loss. His players, for the most part, said it's early yet. Does that mean the level of play could get worse? One of the...
Tags: Joe Girardi, Glendon Rusch, Sports, Raul Casanova, Tyler Houston
Tribune staff reporterLike you, we're stuck at work, forced to follow the game as discreetly as possible. We're hiding in our cubicle with the office chair cranked as low as it can go. It's important to keep up the illusion of actual work going on. That's why it wouldn't be...
Tribune staff reporterMany pitchers throw faster than Jon Lieber. But none throw as quickly. Cubs manager Don Baylor should know that by now. But after Lieber (6-4) breezed through the Cardinals' lineup Friday in a 2-1 victory that lasted just one hour 49 minutes, Baylor...
Tags: Joe Girardi, Baseball, Sports, J.D. Drew, Woody Williams
Tribune staff reporterSunday was one of those hot, sticky days Chicagoans were thinking about early last winter while shoveling out their parking spaces and saving them with old, beat-up lawn furniture. Summertime means baseball in Chicago, and no matter what the status of...
Tribune staff reporterMark Prior was in no way comparing himself to Curt Schilling or Randy Johnson. But after the Cubs' 21-year-old rookie finished the first complete game of his professional career on Sunday, a 4-1 victory over Colorado, he had this to say about his 13-...
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