| Aug 23, 2008
| 8:16 PM
Not only do the White Sox find themselves left out of the playoff puzzle this morning, they also are wondering if the missing piece can be found in time to save the season.
With their second straight loss to Tampa Bay, this one 5-3 Saturday, the Sox have...
| Aug 31, 2008
| 6:16 PM
Jim Thome felt the sense of urgency Sunday from the time he arrived at Fenway Park until left fielder Carlos Quentin squeezed Dustin Pedroia's fly ball with the tying run at second base in the ninth.
"That's why I think this win was so big," said Thome,...
| Sep 14, 2008
| 10:15 PM
Chicago's monsoon season ended and the baseball season resumed Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field, with oars being replaced for bats.
It was a successful, if somewhat bumpy, landfall for the White Sox, who swept a doubleheader from the Tigers 4-2 and 11-7...
| Sep 19, 2008
| 1:42 PM
The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions each week throughout the season. This week, Brian Anderson and Josh Fields' future with the club and what the clubhouse is like after a loss.
What do you think Brian Anderson's future is with...
| Sep 26, 2008
| 9:53 PM
The White Sox returned home Friday night, and so did their offense as they tried to seize an opportunity to move into first place in the American League Central.
But the ineffectiveness of the White Sox's pitching staff resembled the September chill of a...
| Apr 3, 2008
| 8:45 PM
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen enjoyed a good laugh Thursday as he watched baseball highlights.
Guillen, whose team had lost its first two games, was able to express some amusement after a collection of contributions brought the White Sox a 2-1...
| Apr 4, 2008
| 1:17 PM
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Well hello. Long time no write. How's the family? OK, pleasantries done. Let's get down to business.
I was in Detroit last Sunday for my annual "Try to find the Arby's in Albion, Michigan" pilgrimage. I found it, but after waiting...
| Apr 22, 2008
| 10:22 PM
After clearing a two-week hurdle against American League Central rivals Cleveland, Detroit and Minnesota, the White Sox embarked Tuesday night on one of their most daunting odysseys of the season.
That journey took a drastic and rough twist, as Bobby...
| Apr 30, 2008
| 12:50 PM
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I really, really, really hate having my picture taken. But I took one for the team, er, cubicle. I tried to get the real Mario Chalmers to pose with me, but I'm assuming he's too busy testing those...
| May 3, 2008
| 7:49 PM
Third base coach Jeff Cox shaved his head and mustache Saturday in an effort to change the White Sox fortunes.
He would have been better off disguising himself as a Sox player during the first three weeks of the regular season.
Manager Ozzie Guillen...
| May 8, 2008
| 4:13 PM
Juan Uribe's homer put the White Sox ahead and his old-fashioned hard slide that busted up a double play had his teammates and manager buzzing.
Jermaine Dye homered for the third straight game and Uribe added a two-run drive in the fifth to help the...
| May 10, 2008
| 11:46 PM
The White Sox's early run support Saturday night was an overdue gift for Javier Vazquez.
The manner in which the Sox generated their offense was even a greater surprise.
Fueled by Brian Anderson's three-run homer, the Sox broke out with a six-run...