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Tribune staff reporterJavier Vazquez was too good Wednesday, and he was so impressive during spring training that White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen thought about elevating him to his third or fourth starter. But Vazquez fits comfortably at the back of the redoubtable five-man...
Tribune staff reporterA makeshift offense did its part Friday night. Unfortunately for the White Sox, Jon Garland failed to hold a six-run lead that would have seemed automatic in 2005. Garland's mid-inning tumble in the fourth, coupled with shaky defense under windy...
Tribune staff reporterOne possibility for the White Sox was eliminated Wednesday night as their playoff hopes took an even bleaker turn. Detroit erased any realistic hope of Jon Garland winning 20 games as the Tigers' clutch hitting stood out in a 6-2 triumph that further...
Tribune staff reporterToronto's hitters were the only people who seemed comfortable Tuesday night at muggy U.S. Cellular Field. The Blue Jays tagged 15-game winner Jon Garland for 13 hits that merely was the start of an irritating 7-3 loss for the White Sox. Home plate...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox defense, once a staple of its success, suddenly has turned sour. Five errors have led to two consecutive losses and added to the burden of a weary bullpen. Two of those miscues Wednesday transformed a potential satisfying victory into a...
Tags: Terrence Long, Paul Konerko, Baseball, Carl Everett, Neal Cotts
Tribune staff reporterFor a pitcher who prides himself on fuel efficiency, Mark Buehrle sure is acting like a gas guzzler lately. Buehrle threw so many pitches Sunday against the lowly Kansas City Royals that his tank was empty after six innings and he was unable to...
Tribune staff reporterWith their postseason award candidates flashing their credentials, the White Sox are in full campaign mode for another championship. Saturday night's seemingly easy-turned-way-too-hard 10-8 victory over Cleveland—only their fourth win in the last 10...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox had their championship thing going Friday. You know the look: Near perfection. Jim Thome and Paul Konerko returned to the lineup and reached base nine out of 10 times, Jon Garland won his eighth straight, A.J. Pierzynski provided the big...
Tags: Bobby Jenks, Chicago White Sox, Troy Glaus, Jim Thome, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThere was a controversial dropped third strike and an out call that was overruled. But along the White Sox's adventurous ride to the 2005 World Series, they played their best baseball of the American League Championship Series in a venue considered one...
Tribune staff reporterJon Garland kept his word Tuesday night. Before Mark Teahen's home run reached the left-field seats in the third inning, Garland looked to home plate for a new baseball and immediately began concentrating on the next batter rather than dwelling on his...
Tribune staff reporterDespite sweeping a four-game series in Cleveland for the first time in 42 years and extending their AL Central lead to a season-high 12 games, the White Sox will share center stage on their home field Monday night with one of the best offensive players in...
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen saw Cubs counterpart Dusty Baker walk up the steps of the U.S. Cellular Field conference room, then got into a boxing stance. Guillen broke into a smile, then hugged Baker after Guillen and his players fell helpless to one...
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