| May 31, 2008
| 8:23 PM
Manager Ozzie Guillen shrugged his shoulders Saturday night after watching the latest shortcomings of the White Sox's offense.
"If one guy was struggling, then we can make some changes," Guillen said after the Sox were held to four hits by Scott Kazmir...
| Jun 1, 2008
| 8:40 PM
After watching an offensive malaise reach a new low Sunday, manager Ozzie Guillen threatened his White Sox hitters with changes following Sunday's 4-3 loss at Tampa Bay.
"Just be ready because I expect movement Tuesday," Guillen said after the Sox went...
| Jun 4, 2008
| 10:35 PM
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...
| Jun 5, 2008
| 10:31 PM
The White Sox heard all winter and spring about the Tigers' upgrades and the Indians' status as the defending American League Central champion.
But the Twins never left manager Ozzie Guillen's mind.
After completing a three-game sweep of the Royals on...
| Jun 6, 2008
| 10:01 PM
Ozzie Guillen's now-infamous outburst Sunday followed three straight losses in Tampa Bay in which the White Sox scored four runs.
Four runs? That suddenly has become a good inning for the Sox.
Since Sunday, the Sox have scored 31 runs, pounded out 48...
| Jun 7, 2008
| 10:03 PM
They may have the second-worst winning percentage of any team leading a division, but the White Sox have a bigger lead than the best team, the Cubs.
With their 11-2 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night, the Sox now have a 41/2-game lead—the...
| Jun 8, 2008
| 8:59 PM
Let's put it this way: White Sox hitters had a very good month last week.
One week ago, Sox management was in crisis-control mode over manager Ozzie Guillen's harsh criticism of the offense.
Now the offense is on cruise control.
When the week started,...
| Jun 13, 2008
| 10:14 PM
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,...
| Jun 15, 2008
| 7:48 PM
After a double dose of bad news Sunday, the best medicine for the sagging White Sox is rest.
"We've been in a tough stretch, and it's good to have a day off at home, relax a little bit and get away from the game," Jermaine Dye said after the Sox lost for...
| Jun 17, 2008
| 10:20 PM
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...
| Jun 20, 2008
| 2:48 PM
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On my ride into work this morning, I saw a car on Ohio Street with the license plate CUBSOX. I was on a bike and tried to catch up to it at a light and conduct my first ever interview of a guy sitting in...
| Jun 24, 2008
| 10:47 PM
Mark Buehrle is steadily bringing back memories of a pleasant past and not the road miseries the White Sox have endured recently.
Buehrle scattered six hits over eight innings Tuesday night to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1 and snap the Sox's nine-game...