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  • Starlin Castro thinks he is set to ease into action

    Starlin Castro thinks he is set to ease into action
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The ticks on the clock are sounding louder as shortstop Starlin Castro tries to convince the Cubs he will be ready for opening day despite not playing since March 2. Castro believes he could resume playing Saturday, albeit in a...
  • Baez bruises right heel, Valbuena slugs Cubs to 7-0 win

    Baez bruises right heel, Valbuena slugs Cubs to 7-0 win
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Cubs fans can relax after mega prospect Javier Baez left Friday’s game in the sixth inning after hitting an infield single. Baez was diagnosed with only a right heel bruise and could return as soon as Saturday, although...
  • Jared Mitchell still striving to make it big

     Jared Mitchell still striving to make it big
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jared Mitchell knew the day was coming this spring when he would pack up his belongings in the White Sox major league clubhouse at Camelback Ranch and move down the hall to the minor league quarters. When the Sox drafted the...
  • Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    Would the White Sox prefer to start Matt Davidson at third base on opening day over Jeff Keppinger and Conor Gillaspie?  --Charlie S., Hinsdale   That’s an interesting question because of the way it is worded. Could there be a difference between...
  • Jose Abreu traveled a long way to join White Sox

     Jose Abreu traveled a long way to join White Sox
    Legend has it that White Sox slugger Jose Abreu once cracked a home run 490 feet in Cuba — farther than any long ball in the major leagues last season. Asked to verify the longest homer of his career Friday, the thoughtful 6-foot-3, 260-pound...
  • 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,''...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    We have lost five games that Gavin Floyd has started. I continue to notice that our pitchers cannot go more than six innings.  If this is the case, manager Robin Ventura better start using his relievers at least two innings before switching to matchups....
  • Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings

     Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings
    1. Cardinals (2): They entered last week two games behind the Pirates and ended it tied for first place in the NL Central. Played just well enough to sweep the Marlins. 2. Tigers (4): Vaunted lineup was clicking last week — 49 runs in seven...
  • Tough learning curve for Sveum, Ventura

    Tough learning curve for Sveum, Ventura
    Terry Francona was run out of Philadelphia before he became an overnight success in Boston. Bobby Cox, who soon will be on his way to the Hall of Fame as a manager, ran up a 262-323 record in his first stint as Braves manager. Clint Hurdle, the...
  • Dodgers phenom Puig deserves to be All-Star

    Dodgers phenom Puig deserves to be All-Star
    Major League Baseball makes its call on Yasiel Puig on Saturday, and it should be an easy one. The Dodgers' Cuban sensation deserves to be a National League All-Star, even if he has played only 30 games in the big leagues. It's no surprise that some...
  • Your Morning Phil: Konerko, Castro, Sale

    Your Morning Phil: Konerko, Castro, Sale
    Talking baseball while wishing the Bears luck in the Marc Trestman era: 1. It’s a little less than 28 hours until baseball’s deadline for non-waiver trades, and Chicago remains Seller City. The Cubs (five) and White Sox (two) have combined...
  • If Konerko leaves, Sox system has possibilities

     If Konerko leaves, Sox system has possibilities
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The White Sox have had three primary first basemen over the last 23 years, with Wil Cordero as the bridge from Frank Thomas to Paul Konerko. But good things don't go on forever. Konerko, 37, may retire when his contract...