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Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox may not have come back from Minnesota with much, but they did bring their batsat least the ones that work. The power outage that afflicted their efforts against the Twins disappeared under an avalanche of 12 hitssix for extra...
Tribune staff reporterBrooks Boyer's boyish face looked cautiously hopeful as he sat behind the large desk in his sparsely furnished office on a recent morning. A nearly full box of caffeine-heavy Diet Mountain Dew sat on the floor as both an aid and a warninghis tenure as...
Tribune staff reporterFew could have guessed that after the first six weeks of the season, starter Scott Schoeneweis would be more dependable than the White Sox's offense. Schoeneweis turned in another solid effort Saturday that was wasted in a 4-2 loss to the Blue Jays at...
Tags: Magglio Ordonez, Terry Adams, Carlos Lee, Neal Cotts, Joe Crede
Tribune staff reporter"Today was just one of those days." That was White Sox manager Jerry Manuel's assessment after a 9-4 setback to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday afternoon in front of 23,951 at Comiskey Park. The Sox saw their four-game winning streak end as losing...
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...
Tags: Mark Buehrle, Freddy Garcia, Carlos Lee, Mike Cameron, Bob Howry
Tribune baseball expert Phil Rogers has picked an All-City team the last five years to kick off the Cubs-Sox interleague series. It's fair to say that Phil's selections haven't always hit it off with the public seems there's disagreement about who ought...
Tribune baseball reporterImagine the shock for an Atlanta Braves fan who spent the winter abroad without giving his favorite team a second thought. Hey, that isn't Tom Glavine in a New York Mets uniform, is it? And what's the deal with Kevin Millwood wearing that Phillies cap?...
Tribune staff reporterBefore Thursday's 4-3 White Sox victory, manager Ozzie Guillen was askedyet againif Billy Koch was his closer. "Yes, right now he is," Guillen saidyet again. Andyet againwhen it came time for the closer to come into a game to nail down a victory in...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox are still searching for a fifth starter. But at least they discovered a way to win a game in Anaheim. Neal Cotts struggled in his major-league debut. And that's putting it kindly. But Dan Wright, who lost his spot in the rotation to Cotts,...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen was eager to see how his team would react after a devastating loss in the season opener, when the Kansas City Royals scored six runs in the ninth inning. "We're going to see what [we're made of]," Guillen said Wednesday....
Tribune staff reporterAs he trotted back to the dugout after pulling Tom Gordon in the ninth inning, White Sox manager Jerry Manuel heard it again, his unofficial theme song. A chorus of boos. The 25,348 fans who showed up Wednesday thought they had every reason to rip...
Tags: Bartolo Colon, Magglio Ordonez, Carlos Lee, Joe Crede, Sports
Tribune staff reporterA few hundred fans who didn't heed their mothers' advice were still on hand in the top of the ninth inning of Wednesday night's White Sox-Seattle game at Comiskey Park. They refused to come in out of the rain, preferring to sit and soak in a constant...
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