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1986 - Boris Becker and Miloslav Mecir won quarterfinal matches in the U.S. Open tennis championship. Becker, the second seed, beat Milan Srejber 6-3, 6-2, 6-1, and Mecir stopped seventh-seeded Joakim Nystrom 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. 1991 - Albert Belle...
New York Yankees pitchers Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte are the most prominent players identified as users of performance-enhancing drugs in the Mitchell Report, which was released yesterday. The most stunning aspect of the report, which was...
Tribune staff reporterIf Josh Fields and Ehren Wasserman had been promoted sooner, the White Sox might not have faced elimination from the American League Central as they did Friday night. But the Sox bought themselves some time in a record-setting manner in an 11-10...
Tribune staff reporterThe fireworks were premature, but the White Sox had plenty to celebrate Wednesday night after their 4-3 victory over the Tigers in 13 innings. Frank Thomas snapped an 0-for-13 slump with a line drive home run over the left-field fence off reliever...
Tribune staff reporterThe difference between wins and losses became even narrower Tuesday night for the White Sox as their second-half skid took another frustrating dip. The latest chapter in their rut became even more humbling when ninth-place batter Jason Bartlett hit his...
From wire reportsPete Rose thinks Mark McGwire should be in baseball's Hall of Fame, and he hasn't given up hope that he'll get there someday, too. Baseball's banished hits king said yesterday that McGwire, who is on the ballot for the first time, ought to be voted in...
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Tribune staff reporterCarlos Lee and Juan Uribe hit home runs Friday night when the White Sox beat the Detroit 6-4 at U.S. Cellular Field. Joe Crede doubled, and Aaron Rowand doubled twice. But two sacrifice bunts were almost as pleasing to Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. Timo...
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 reporterThe unofficial start of summer on Monday became the official start of Sox-watching season on the South Side. But in spite of a crowd of 43,781, the largest at Comiskey Park in almost a year, the New York Yankees dealt the White Sox a knockout blow...
Tribune staff reporterThe announcement flashed across the scoreboard at Wrigley Field a few minutes before 3 p.m. Friday: The final vote from Florida had been counted. Tampa Bay's Fred McGriff had agreed to waive his no-trade clause to join the Cubs. A wave of cheers followed....
Tribune staff reporterCubs starter Kerry Wood pushed the envelope on the mound with an animated jawing session in which he told plate umpire Larry Vanover to put his mask back on. Wood managed to get by without an ejection and eventually notched his 11th victory in the Cubs'...
Tribune staff reporterJerry Manuel got the telephone call from White Sox General Manager Ron Schueler on a Monday in November. He was asked if he wanted to be considered for the team's managerial opening, with the option to interview that Thursday or Friday. Manuel had been...
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