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firstname.lastname@example.orgReality met optimism for the Hagerstown Suns on Wednesday. “You want to win them all, but you’re not going to do it,” Suns manager Brian Daubach said. Reality won out big time as the Asheville Tourists found every clutch hit the...
email@example.comHagerstown was taken by storm on Thursday. Then, then the Suns were taken by Asheville. The Suns withstood a 1-hour, 51-minute rain delay caused by a tornado warning and severe thunderstorms but couldn’t fend off Avery Barnes’ three-run home...
Tags: Tornadoes, Netherlands
firstname.lastname@example.orgEveryone seems to be ganging up on the Hagerstown Suns these days. It’s bad enough to be down on your luck, but when you have the baseball gods and Mother Nature involved, you really have problems. A fluke double play, a missed double play and...
email@example.comMichael Taylor really knows how to throw a party. The Hagerstown outfielder got the Suns out grooving and celebrating on Saturday. It all spilled into the clubhouse, where the stereo was blasting for the first time in about a week. Taylor was the hero,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis was the Bryce Harper everyone was told to expect. As the top prospect in the Washington Nationals organization, the 18-year-hold Harper was supposed to hit, run and field like a major leaguer. He has produced brilliance as advertised, while still...
Tags: Sports, Brandon Jacobs, Baseball
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox boast a 22-15 record in games against left-handed starters, including a triumph over five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson. But as they head down the stretch toward a probable American League Central title, they have shown some...
Tribune staff reporterManagers hope for the two-out base hit, humbly pray for the two-out home run. Jerry Manuel's hopes and prayers came true Saturday night as the feast-or-famine White Sox finally solved Nate Cornejo and the Detroit Tigers 6-2 in front of 32,245 fans at U....
Tribune staff reporterWhen home runs are flying out of U.S. Cellular Field, fundamentals don't seem to matter much. But when the home runs stop, as they did Sunday, fundamentals are everything. The White Sox squandered a magnificent pitching performance by Jon Garland, had...
ChicagoSports.comCubs-Sox. Sox-Cubs. The Crosstown Classic. The Red Line Rumble. North vs. South. The Mullets vs. the caramel Macchiatos. Whatever you want to call it, let's get this hate-fest going. This series brings out the worst in everyone in the city. But that's why...
Tribune staff reporterIt would be easy to say Brian Daubach made a big splash Thursday night. It would be true too. Daubach, making his first start in six games, became the first player this season to hit a home run into the pool beyond the right-field fence at Bank One...
Tags: Tony Womack, Brian Jordan, Billy Koch, Spring Training, Sports
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...
Tags: Rick White, Greg Maddux, Armando Rios, Carlos Lee, Lenny Harris
Tribune staff reporterWhite Sox manager Jerry Manuel was playing to win Sunday. But he was also peering into the horizon, knowing that the first-place Royals were coming to U.S. Cellular Field on Monday for a three-game series. Manuel rested Roberto Alomar, Joe Crede,...
Tags: Bret Boone, Joe Crede, Jose Valentin, Carlos Lee, John Olerud
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