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  • White Sox squander several chances to sweep Mariners

    White Sox squander several chances to sweep Mariners
    After stranding 13 runners Sunday in a 6-3 loss to the Mariners, the White Sox hope they don't get the same empty feeling this week when they play the Los Angeles Angels. The lack of clutch hitting after the first inning and a subpar outing by Gavin...
  • Quentin keeps rolling, so do White Sox

    Quentin keeps rolling, so do White Sox
    Pitching and power have carried the bulk of the burden during the White Sox's eight-game winning streak, but a few more ingredients were added to their success Thursday night. Backup catcher Toby Hall's mastery of left-handed pitching, Brian Anderson's...
  • Angels shut out White Sox

    Angels shut out White Sox
    The questions were all doom and gloom Saturday after the second straight White Sox loss to the Angels, but media and fans have rather short memories. "We [just] won eight in a row, give us a little slack," first baseman Nick Swisher said. "We're not...
  • White Sox whip Indians 6-3 in 12 innings

    White Sox whip Indians 6-3 in 12 innings
    CLEVELAND — Alexei Ramirez put his future in his own hands Monday night. Ramirez eschewed the sacrifice-bunt sign and slashed an opposite-field single that led to three runs in the 12th inning and enabled the White Sox to pull out a 6-3 win over...
  • Konerko blast gives White Sox marathon victory over Royals

    Konerko blast gives White Sox marathon victory over Royals
    A weary and testy Ken Williams summed up the commotion surrounding the White Sox. "Are we still in first place?" Williams asked sarcastically before Wednesday night's 6-4 victory over the Royals in 15 innings. "I assumed we had dropped out. I assumed...
  • White Sox fall to Tigers on Thames' big blow, Verlander's complete game

    White Sox fall to Tigers on Thames' big blow, Verlander's complete game
    White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen hasn't gotten fully absorbed into the hype of two first-place teams in Chicago set to play each other in nine days. Guillen admits he watches the Cubs occasionally, particularly if Derrek Lee is batting, or if he's...
  • From the Cubicle: White Sox-Tigers

    From the Cubicle: White Sox-Tigers
    Manual refresh | Auto refresh | Jump to current inning So the Sox can only win games at the Cell? Is that what we're learning? "I don't know if it's coincidence or what," losing pitcher Javier Vazquez said after the Sox fell to 17-19 away from U.S....
  • Buehrle good, but White Sox still swept by Tigers

    Buehrle good, but White Sox still swept by Tigers
    There was a simple explanation for Detroit's three-game sweep of the White Sox. "We were one hit away from changing the scenario," manager Ozzie Guillen said Thursday after reliever Octavio Dotel surrendered an opposite-field home run to Miguel Cabrera...
  • Uribe comes up huge with bases loaded for Sox

    Uribe comes up huge with bases loaded for Sox
    They also serve who only sit and wait. Relegated to bench roles but slotted into the starting lineup Friday night, Brian Anderson and Juan Uribe drove in three runs between them as the White Sox won their ninth straight home game, 5-4 over Colorado,...
  • White Sox thrash Pirates

    White Sox thrash Pirates
    The White Sox didn't miss Paul Konerko in the first of several games without the slugger. In fact, the Sox resurrected the productive offense that had been missing for most of the past week. Led by an array of contributors Tuesday night, the Sox amassed...
  • Buehrle, White Sox bats beat Pirates

    Buehrle, White Sox bats beat Pirates
    At the beginning of spring training, it appeared there might not be enough room to keep Carlos Quentin and Brian Anderson on the Opening Day roster, and Toby Hall hadn't given his recovering right shoulder a vigorous test. But matchups and injuries to...
  • From the Cubicle: White Sox-Pirates

    From the Cubicle: White Sox-Pirates
    Manual refresh | Auto refresh | Jump to current inning Tater tots, coney dogs, cherry limeades...all you need now is $30 for gas and an appetite and boom, SONIC! And it's about time, since Chicago TVs have been playing those funny Sonic commercials...