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  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's White Sox reporter answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, whether Orlando Cabrera will be on the Sox in 2009, getting Toby Hall more at-bats and Thome and Konerko's hitting. Seeing as how Juan Uribe is almost ready to...
  • Ken Griffey Jr. hits 600th homer

    Ken Griffey Jr. hits 600th homer
    MIAMI -- Certain privileges come along with Ken Griffey's stature in baseball, like pep talks from Hall of Fame players. Griffey homered against Florida Marlins starter Mark Hendrickson on Monday night for his 600th home run in the Cincinnati Reds' 9-4...
  • Reds rip Cubs with 7 homers

    Reds rip Cubs with 7 homers
    Cubs at home? Check, they had the best home record in the major leagues. Wind blowing out at Wrigley Field? Check, Cubs were 9-2 and had out-homered the opposition 20-13 and outscored them 81-55. Ted Lilly on the mound? Check, he hadn't lost at home...
  • Griffey gets 2 RBIs in debut with White Sox

    Griffey gets 2 RBIs in debut with White Sox
    It was difficult to tell Ken Griffey Jr. was nervous Friday night by the manner in which he produced in his White Sox debut. Although admitting he still is adjusting to his new environment, Griffey became an instant hit because he had a pair of two-out...
  • Buehrle pounded by Royals, White Sox rally falls short

    Buehrle pounded by Royals, White Sox rally falls short
    It was brutal and baffling. And it was more than the heat index of 111 that torched Kauffman Stadium. In a game that possessed the touch of a spring training game at Tucson Electric Park, the White Sox regressed Saturday in their quest to re-establish...
  • Danks start a relief for White Sox, on verge of sweeping Detroit Tigers

    Danks start a relief for White Sox, on verge of sweeping Detroit Tigers
    John Danks provided the White Sox with a victory and a well-earned save. That is he saved most of his fatigued bullpen Wednesday night with 62/3 innings of four-hit ball as the Sox earned a 5-1 victory over Detroit before a crowd of 34,124 at U.S....
  • White Sox can't sweep Tigers again

    White Sox can't sweep Tigers again
    As the White Sox's staff discusses its options to make room for pitcher Jose Contreras on Saturday, another concern is percolating. That's the reliability of a starting rotation that was the Sox's backbone for the first three months of the season....
  • Vazquez dominant, White Sox cruise past Royals

    Vazquez dominant, White Sox cruise past Royals
    The White Sox survived nicely Tuesday night without top slugger Carlos Quentin in part because they hit three home runs. A bigger contribution, however, came from Javier Vazquez. Vazquez gave the starting rotation a lift and the bullpen a break with...
  • Buehrle leads White Sox to verge of sweeping Royals

    Buehrle leads White Sox to verge of sweeping Royals
    With their earned-run average threatening to rise above 4.00, two veteran White Sox starters helped with some zeros. Following Javier Vazquez's eight shutout innings Tuesday night, Mark Buehrle added seven of his own Wednesday night as the Sox crowned...
  • Gameday Live 35: Reds at Mets

     
    Top 9th - A tidy inning after Cincy bats out of order and makes the inning last three times longer than it should have. Mets win 8-3. Bottom 8th With a different score, the Mets would be regretting that inning......
  • ESPN peeks in at Junior, sees him hit his 600th homer

     
    ESPN just showed Ken Griffey Jr.'s 600th home run live. Say what you will about our friends in Bristol, but there can be no disputing the fact they give sports fans an extraordinary amount of stuff.......
  • White Sox's luck in Oakland continues to be bad

    White Sox's luck in Oakland continues to be bad
    It has become a way of life for the White Sox that no lead at McAfee Coliseum is safe, no matter how large or how early. They proved that Friday night in a manner that reinforced manager Ozzie Guillen's concerns during a pregame scouting meeting. Juan...