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If the last two seasons' abysmal swoon and record doesn't speak for itself, how can we Sox fans help get Mr. Reinsdorf to terminate Messrs. Williams and Guillen? Williams just took Guillen off the hook. Give me a break ... what has Ozzie done to...
Tribune staff reporterAfter Mark DeRosa's error led to a four-run sixth inning for Seattle on Thursday, he was prepared to become the latest Cub to go through the media meat grinder. But Cesar Izturis spared him when he doubled in two runs in the eighth to cap the Cubs' 5-4...
Tags: Ryan Theriot, Aramis Ramirez, Bob Howry, Sports, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterAfter the White Sox signed right fielder Jermaine Dye to a two-year contract extension Saturday, the feeling in the clubhouse was that the team was moving closer to restoring its playoff-contending status. But that became more difficult to envision after...
Tribune NewspapersThis shouldn't happen to anyone. But if a talented, 22-year-old pitcher was going to get killed hours after a brilliant performance, it figured it would be someone who played for the Los Angeles Angels. For a franchise only now entering middle age, the...
Tags: All Stars, The Walt Disney Co., Family, Health, National League
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Third baseman Morgan Ensberg belted a two-run home run to left field in the fifth inning to lead Buffalo to a 5-3 victory over Indianapolis in front of 7,077 Thursday afternoon at Dunn Tire Park. The Bisons improve to 55-65 on the season...
Tags: Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Mike Thompson
Los Angeles TimesReporting from Chicago --The Dodgers were handed their most lopsided loss of the season today at Wrigley Field, falling 7-0 to the Chicago Cubs, as starting pitcher Eric Stults and reliever Jeff Weaver helped the home team's slumping lineup emerge from...
So the red-headed Matt Murton was sent to Iowa. His hitting has slipped since last season and his defense has been brutal. Lou Piniella . Murton said it wasn't his stance but rather he wasn't playing enough. But he wasn't playing enough because he wasn'...
2006 Record: 83-78, 1st Manager: Tony La Russa (12th season). Home Games: Roger Dean Stadium (7,000), 4751 Main St., Jupiter, Fla. 33458. Directions: From I-95, take exit 58, Donald Ross Blvd., and travel east to Central Blvd. Turn left onto Central until...
Tribune staff reporterIn their quest for motivation, the White Sox vowed not to let the Yankees celebrate their sixth consecutive division title on their home turf. "It would be a shame to see these guys jump around on the field [while] we're sitting there with our heads...
In order of 2002 finish New York Yankees Manager: Joe Torre. 2002: 103-58, 1st; lost to Anaheim in 1st round. Payroll: $164 million. Rotation: Roger Clemens, Mike Mussina, Andy Pettitte, David Wells, Jeff Weaver. Meat of the order: Jason Giambi,...
The 2003 salaries for the 827 major league baseball players on opening day rosters and disabled lists. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and...
2002: 103-58, First place. Manager: Joe Torre (eighth season). He's here: LF Hideki Matsui, RHP Jose Contreras, LHP Chris Hammond, OF Bubba Trammell, RHP Juan Acevedo, RHP Antonio Osuna, INF Todd Zeile, C John Flaherty. He's outta here: LHP Mike...
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