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2001 record: (65-97, 5TH) Manager: Tony Muser (6th season). Home games: Baseball City (8,000), 300 Stadium Way, Davenport, Fla. 33837. (Haines City). Directions: From I-4, complex just south on U.S. 27, about 20 minutes west of Disney World. Tickets: $7,...
Tags: Chad Durbin, Luis Alicea, Dan Reichert, Paul Byrd, Carlos Febles
Tribune staff reporterThat pounding sound coming from 35th and Shields is the nails being put in the White Sox coffin. It's not completely closed yet, but a few more nights like Wednesday will quicken the work. Fifty-one games remain after Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Kansas...
Tribune staff reporterStatistically speaking, Todd Ritchie starts strong almost every year, as a career earned-run average of 3.74 in April suggests. But after the White Sox dropped a 9-2 decision to Kansas City on Sunday, Ritchie's career record in the opening month fell...
Tribune staff reporterWhen the losses mounted in Arizona, the White Sox argued it didn't mean a thing. But after a 5-2 defeat to the Kansas City Royals on Friday night, the Sox have lost three straight since their season-opening win, a virtual rerun of last year, when they...
ChicagoSports.comIt's Opening Day, which means it should start snowing any minute now. For the benefit of all of you stuck at work, we're going to try to bring you live play-by-play commentary of both games today. It might get a little hectic when the two games overlap,...
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...
Tribune staff reporterBilly Koch's first warm-up pitch landed several feet in front of home plate and bounced off catcher Miguel Olivo's mask, drawing sarcastic applause from the home crowd. It was a sign of things to come. Koch bombed in his second appearance in a White Sox...
Tribune staff reporterA pair of starting pitchers with a combined record of 4-17 entering this series made the White Sox hitters look futile as the last-place Kansas City Royals took two out of three from the purported American League Central contenders. The Sox dropped a 6-4...
Tags: Sports, Chicago White Sox, Joe Crede, Baseball, Damaso Marte
Tribune staff reporterThree home runs off ace Mark Buehrle gave the White Sox more of a chill than the 43-degree temperature and 15-m.p.h. wind in which they played Tuesday night. But the Sox's bats heated up sufficiently in the eighth inning to transform Buehrle's rough...
Tribune staff reporterThursday finished a stretch for the White Sox that many felt could define the Central Division race. Twenty-two games against division opponents gave the Sox an opportunity to separate themselves from the field. Even with Thursday's rain-prolonged 3-2...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said last week he hoped his wife liked him with white hair. A few more days like Wednesday and he may not have any hair. For the second time in the first eight games of the season, Guillen's bullpen blew a substantial...
Tribune staff reporterBaseball's best team also is the luckiest. Here's how well it's going for the White Sox, who won their seventh consecutive game Sunday: They beat Kansas City 4-3 at Kauffman Stadium despite making four errors, starter Orlando Hernandez walking six...
Tags: Sports, Chicago White Sox, Joe Crede, Baseball, Matt Stairs
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