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Tribune staff reporterIf first impressions are truly lasting, a survival kit may be necessary for White Sox fans to get through the 2002 season. The Sox managed to live through a bumpy encounter in the season opener Monday when Keith Foulke escaped a bases-loaded jam in the...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox received welcome relief Sunday from Bob Howry, Keith Foulke and Damaso Marte. While the relievers combined for five perfect innings in a 4-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals, the rest of the Sox played with an attitude that delighted...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox left the Metrodome with a split after a 7-4 victory over Minnesota on Thursday, ending a 13-game trip without killing their chances in the American League's Central Division. Now comes the rematch series against the Cubs in Comiskey Park,...
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Tribune staff reporterIt was a day of milestones and mile-high redemption. Never before Sunday had Cubs ace Kerry Wood given up eight runs in a game. Never before Sunday had White Sox outfielder Carlos Lee driven in seven runs. Lee's heroics prevented the Cubs from...
Tribune staff reporterThere are worse things in life than losing to the Detroit Tigers, but the White Sox didn't want to be the first ones to go down for the count in 2002. After beating Detroit 7-5 Wednesday to end their eight-game trip at .500, the Sox breathed a sigh of...
Tribune staff reporterIn the 100th game of the season, the White Sox officially caught a break. An apparent missed call by second-base umpire Doug Eddings fueled a ninth-inning rally Sunday, leading to an 8-7 victory over Baltimore. The 46th victory of the season snapped a...
Tribune baseball reporterIf it's not broken, don't fix it. Who could begrudge Anaheim Angels general manager Bill Stoneman a restful winter? After all, the Angels' ultraimpressive run through the playoffs should not be viewed as the doing of the Rally Monkey or any other Disney-...
Tribune staff reporterAs the White Sox ended the first half with a 9-3 loss to Cleveland on Sunday, several clues to their puzzling season were scattered around Comiskey Park. Right-hander Todd Ritchie was bombed again, sliced and diced during an eight-run third inning to...
Tribune staff reporterFrank Thomas didn't get thrown out at the plate Monday, ending his two-game streak. "I didn't have a chance," Thomas said with a laugh. Thomas had the day off, but he did get an opportunity to watch his teammates get thrown out at home instead. Though...
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2006 Record: 86-76, 3rd Manager: Terry Francona (4th season). Home Games: City of Palms Park (6,990), 2201 Edison Ave., Fort Myers, Fla. 33901. Directions: From I-75, exit 141. Take left on Broadway. Follow Palm Beach Blvd., turn left on Fowler St. and...
Tribune staff reporterJeff Liefer is trying his best to get the attention of the White Sox. His arm has been raised all season, but manager Jerry Manuel hasn't called on him often. "I can't prove myself by sitting on the bench," said Liefer, who went 2-for-3 Sunday,...
2006 record: 78-84, 4th Manager: Eric Wedge (5th season). Home games: Chain of Lakes Park (7,000), Cypress Gardens Boulevard, Winter Haven, Fla. 33880. Directions: From I-4, south on Route 27 to County Road 540 (Cypress Gardens Blvd.). Go west...
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