| Apr 3, 2009
| 4:42 PM
AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL
CLEVELAND INDIANS (81-81, 3rd)
MANAGER: Eric Wedge (7th season)
PAYROLL: $80 million
X-FACTOR: Matt LaPorta, the key piece in last summer's CC Sabathia deal, could be up early in the year to claim left field.
BEST CASE: Carl...
| Apr 10, 2009
Facing Joe Crede and not Joe Mauer in a Minnesota Twins uniform will seem odd to the White Sox when they play their American League Central rivals this weekend at U.S. Cellular Field.
Much has changed for both sides since the Sox beat the Twins in a one-...
| Aug 20, 2008
FORT MILL, S.C. -- First baseman Brad Eldred belted a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to lead Charlotte to a 4-3 victory over Indianapolis on Tuesday evening at Knights Stadium.
The Knights improve to 57-74 on the season and 31-32 at...
| Oct 16, 2005
Rain is in the forecast Sunday night. But if the White Sox have their way, it will be raining champagne.
On Saturday night, the Sox moved one step from returning to the World Series for the first time since 1959.
Freddy Garcia carried the starting...
| Oct 12, 2005
| 9:33 PM
What Los Angeles Angels catcher Josh Paul described as "kind of a one-in-a-million shot" Wednesday night transformed the White Sox's 17 innings of frustration into a zany combination of relief and excitement.
That miracle occurred when A.J. Pierzynski...
| Oct 14, 2005
| 10:06 PM
The White Sox assured themselves Friday night of at least one more postseason home game.
Whether it's in the American League Championship Series or World Series remains to be seen, but the Sox regained much of their magical regular-season touch by...
| Oct 4, 2005
| 9:28 PM
Paul Konerko thought the curtain call that followed his third-inning home run Tuesday was something special.
But "after seven curtain calls, it was no big deal," Konerko said after the White Sox gave a zealous sellout crowd of 40,717 a wide spectrum of...
| Oct 7, 2005
| 9:12 PM
The White Sox pulled off their most stunning and complete pillage Friday night in one of baseball's most revered villages.
A culmination of timely hitting that involved muscle and finesse, as well as the resurrection of postseason pitching legend Orlando...
| Oct 11, 2005
| 9:25 PM
No. 3 hitter Jermaine Dye tried to generate some offense Tuesday night with a sixth-inning bunt attempt and catcher A.J. Pierzynski tried to steal second base in the seventh.
Right idea, wrong players.
On Tuesday they played out of sorts in a 3-2 loss...
| Oct 17, 2005
A little controversy didn't hurt, but the ending was as convincing as their dominant starting pitching.
The White Sox earned their first World Series berth since 1959 Sunday night in their typical crazy style with a 6-3 comeback victory over the Los...
| Oct 7, 2005
| 4:48 PM
Yes, we're stuck at our desk, but it is with distinct pleasure that we bring you this playoff edition of From the Cubicle of this potentially decisive Game 3. It doesn't happen a lot around here, so you've got to savor it while you can. If you're like...
| Oct 5, 2005
| 9:42 PM
Sympathy can wait.
The White Sox moved one game closer to winning their first American League Division Series on Wednesday night thanks to their ability to seize the moment.
Their comeback was fueled when former teammate Tony Graffanino missed a...