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With a stern voice usually reserved for stump speeches or Springfield, Gov. Pat Quinn stared into the camera and appealed to White Sox voters everywhere. "Band together in the best tradition of baseball fans and send our best, Jake Peavy, to theAll-...
This was the kind of September slide the South Side embraced rather than feared, one that brought the White Sox nearer the playoffs instead of farther away. This was right fielder Alex Rios, the team's most valuable player, proving it yet another way by...
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Talking baseball while hoping Kirk Hinrich gets well soon: 1. At some point every July, I make this point: The odds are always with the teams selling talent at the trade deadline, not the ones giving up prospects to try to meet short-term opportunities....
Chris Sale tried to be like a sponge whenever Mark Buehrle was around, soaking up pitching knowledge. It was the same way Buehrle had learned from David Wells, sitting next to him in the White Sox dugout during games in his first full season. The...
You have to hand it to Kenny Williams. While the White Sox general manager didn't land Zack Greinke, like the Angels' Jerry DiPoto, who did, he has found ways to improve on the fly. Williams filled major holes when he traded for Kevin Youkilis and Brett...
KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Philip Humber knows perfection eludes him, as it does everyone. Humber has been starting his days in Florida by pulling out his Kindle, burying his head in his locker and reading "The Cure,'' by John S. Lynch. It's a novel...
Jose Quintana does not tiptoe into a room. He opens the door and waltzes right in, sometimes to stick around, sometimes to be promptly escorted out. It's a direct approach, one built around challenging hitters with strikes, and the White Sox prefer it to...
Talking baseball while wondering if the Blackhawks can sell out Soldier Field. 1. Don Cooper will be the happiest man at U.S. Cellular on Friday, when he’s officially back to work after a bout with diverticulitis. In one more cruel twist, however,...
That pitch that got away from A.J. Pierzynski to end Phil Humber's perfect game Saturday? The same pitch that Michael Saunders and John Jaso couldn't lay off earlier in the ninth? Those were sliders, wicked, wicked sliders. "Hard, sharp and quick," said...
GLENDALE, Ariz. — While the White Sox would like to forget September, teammates will forgive John Danks for reminiscing about one fine day that fateful month. Shopping for the Sept. 10 birthday of fiancee Ashley Monroe, a rising country-music star,...
What White Sox ace Chris Sale called a disgrace after his four-inning outing Tuesday, pitching coach Don Cooper brushed off as a bad day. What qualified as frustration Thursday for fellow Sox first-year starter Jose Quintana in a 5-3 loss to the Orioles,...
It's never easy for Jerry Reinsdorf and the White Sox, but year after year they find ways to stretch the payroll and keep things interesting. That sweetheart stadium deal certainly helps. So does the Comcast SportsNet Chicago deal. But at the end of...
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