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  • White Sox down Royals

    White Sox down Royals
    Adam Dunn and Conor Gillaspie each hit two-run homers and the Chicago White Sox earned a 6-5 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday. After the game, the Chicago White Sox announced they had fired hitting coach Jeff Manto. Marcus Semien and...
  • Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all

    Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all
    Now that the Blackhawks season is over, it's time for baseball season in Chicago to officially start. So here's a quick recap of the 2013 season. The Cubs and White Sox have played some games. The Cubs and White Sox have lost most games. A man named...
  • Could be Ryno time soon

    Could be Ryno time soon
    Ryne Sandberg sold his three-bedroom unit in a vintage building in downtown Chicago in March. He had listed it a year earlier, less than six months after Cubs President Theo Epstein handed Dale Sveum the job Sandberg always wanted when he was riding...
  • Cubs, Sox pull off the bad-to-stupid-to-inert double play

    Cubs, Sox pull off the bad-to-stupid-to-inert double play
    Taking a quick break from the Stanley Cup Final to vent about the Cubs and White Sox: The Sox are a joke, but rookie General Manager Rick Hahn is doing nothing to stop the losing. In fact, he’s doing nothing, period. I think he got the idea...
  • Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings

    Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings
    Last week's ranking in parentheses. 1. Cardinals (1): Swept by the Rangers as powerful lineup produces only 26 runs during an eight-game lull. They nevertheless continue to lead the majors in runs in June. 2. Rangers (7): Seven strong innings by...
  • Caught between a heart attack and bad baseball

    Caught between a heart attack and bad baseball
    OK, enough with the overtime games. I've complained about this to no end, but now I really mean it. I've aged, like, five years in the past week. And please, I wasn't young to begin with. I went from, you know, a touch of salt and pepper, to something a...
  • Nothing to see with these Sox

    Nothing to see with these Sox
    You reach a point where you stop reading and watching. Of course with the White Sox, that implies at some point I started watching this season. I never did. So, no big deal that Jake Peavy has been sidelined (again? When is he not?) with a rib injury....
  • NCAA baseball, pitch counts, Ethier

    NCAA baseball, pitch counts, Ethier
    Talking baseball while wondering how Jonathan Quick will respond after his early exit in Game 2. 1. Survival instincts can bring out the best in people, and the worst. The latter was on display last night in elimination games in the NCAA baseball...
  • 3 homers do more than brighten Navarro's day

    3 homers do more than brighten Navarro's day
    Oh, yeah. That's what a curtain call looks like. You could understand if Wrigley Field fans had forgotten, chugging toward the All-Star break in the fifth season with the ivy-covered walls surrounding a playoff-free zone. But it turns out they remember,...
  • Slugger Dunn apparently powerless to boost offense

    Slugger Dunn apparently powerless to boost offense
    Monday afternoon, when the White Sox were 24-24 and rolling — at least by the low standards of our civic baseball drought — Adam Dunn was talking about how easy it is to start pressing when things go wrong. "I'm the world's worst at it,''...
  • Alberto Callaspo drives in five runs in Angels' 12-9 victory

    Alberto Callaspo drove in five runs, highlighting a five-run seventh inning with a three-run home run, and Mark Trumbo had a solo homer, a run-scoring double and three runs scored Saturday in the Angels' wild 12-9 victory over the Chicago White Sox at...
  • Your Morning Phil: Francona, Axelrod, Shoulders

    Your Morning Phil: Francona, Axelrod, Shoulders
    Talking baseball while wondering if the Blackhawks can be counter-punchers. 1. Baseball is back in Cleveland, thanks largely to Terry Francona. The first-place Indians host the Tigers tonight, and The Jake should be rocking. (Yes, I know Jacobs...