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The Big PictureUPDATE: In my original post, I mistakenly wrote that "Area 51" filmmakers couldn't find a backer for their new film. What I meant to say was that the film hasn't yet found a US distributor. "Area 51" is fully financed......
About Last Night(Left to right) Candice Swanepoel, Randy Wells, Behait Prinsloo and Gordon Beckham at the Victoria's Secret store on N. Michigan Ave. (Photo by Barry Brecheisen / June 11, 2010) Following Friday's Cubs-White Sox game at Wrigley Field, the Cubs' Randy...
Web ReporterAlexei Ramirez loves these warm summer nights, when it feels like a sauna outside. It takes him back to his native Cuba. It's no coincidence that the White Sox infielder is beginning to heat up at the plate. Ramirez, Andruw Jones and Paul Konerko...
Staff reporterTonight is Major League Baseball's 80th All-Star game, and while players like Carlton Fisk and Ernie Banks made their mark in baseball through statistics, one man from Chicago made baseball history without ever breaking a single record. WGN's Larry...
Tags: Major League Baseball, Ernie Banks, WGN, Sports, Baseball
If the last two seasons' abysmal swoon and record doesn't speak for itself, how can we Sox fans help get Mr. Reinsdorf to terminate Messrs. Williams and Guillen? Williams just took Guillen off the hook. Give me a break ... what has Ozzie done to...
Tags: Jerry Owens, Johan Santana, Torii Hunter, Jim Thome, Kevin Brown
Chicago TribuneOn this final day, a crowd of 42,849 fans turned out on a glorious, sunny, autumn afternoon to say farewell to what had been proclaimed the "the Baseball Palace of the World" when it opened July 1, 1910. Many fans were teary-eyed, realizing that the place...
Tribune staff reporterAt game time Tuesday night, it was 73 degrees at U.S. Cellular Field. Maybe it was a coincidence the White Sox slammed three home runs in the first two innings on their way to a 9-3 victory over Oakland. Or maybe it was a preview of what's ahead this...
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...
Special to the TribuneThe save for Sunday's 3-1 White Sox victory over Seattle will go to Dustin Hermanson for a perfect ninth inning. But every member of the Sox, and all 35,706 who watched at U.S. Cellular Field, know who the real savior was: Aaron Rowand. It won't show up...
sun reporterWhen the three perennial All-Stars retired five years ago, the National Baseball Hall of Fame's Class of 2007 had the potential to be one of the best in history. Then came the congressional steroid hearings of March 2005, when former Oakland Athletics...
WatchdogESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
Tags: Bobby Bowden, Boxing, Carl Lewis, Paul Kariya, Sandy Koufax
WatchdogThe MLB Network will be showing NESN's feed of the Yankees-Red Sox spring training game tonight, but the game will not be seen in the New York market. (It was not scheduled for YES.) Why? Because the Yankees did not......
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Aug 20, 2007 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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May 23, 2006 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Aug 7, 2005 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Feb 6, 2009 |Blog| Newsday
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