| 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 4, 2008
| 8:03 PM
Just when the White Sox thought they had endured every way to lose, they were dwelling on another strange occurrence Sunday after their fifth consecutive loss.
An apparent missed call by second-base umpire Dale Scott changed a potential double play...
| May 5, 2008
| 7:22 PM
The distance from third base to home plate is only 90 feet.
But it seemed much longer Monday night for the White Sox as they completed six games of indoor hell with a 1-0 loss to the Blue Jays.
Their winless trip to Minnesota and Toronto was...
| May 6, 2008
| 9:58 PM
Gavin Floyd figured out a way to win a game, even with that anemic White Sox offense:
Pitch 8 1/3 innings of no-hit ball.
Floyd was so good Tuesday it almost went unnoticed that the Sox's offense scored its most runs in almost two weeks in a 7-1 victory...
| May 7, 2008
| 10:30 PM
When manager Ozzie Guillen pleaded with White Sox fans to maintain their patience last weekend, he didn't envision the elements Wednesday night.
Mark Buehrle couldn't hold back his frustrations after a poor performance led to American League Central...
| 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 9, 2008
| 10:21 PM
After manager Ozzie Guillen hinted of more lineup changes, Paul Konerko and Jim Thome each made cases Friday night to stay in their respective spots in the White Sox's lineup.
Konerko hit a two-run double to highlight a three-run third-inning rally,...
| 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...
| May 11, 2008
| 7:50 PM
After stranding 13 runners Sunday in a 6-3 loss to the Mariners, the White Sox hope they don't get the same empty feeling this week when they play the Los Angeles Angels.
The lack of clutch hitting after the first inning and a subpar outing by Gavin...
| May 12, 2008
| 10:28 PM
The White Sox's offense eased any concerns manager Ozzie Guillen had about maximizing their scoring chances Monday night.
Mark Buehrle, however, presented another challenge.
A four-run fifth inning wiped out the cushion the offense provided Buehrle, who...
| May 13, 2008
| 10:54 PM
Manager Ozzie Guillen might want to reconsider the shakeup of the White Sox lineup that he had seriously considered for Tuesday night.
Instead, the only change involved moving Jermaine Dye to the cleanup spot and dropping Paul Konerko to fifth.
| May 14, 2008
| 10:34 PM
Ozzie Guillen looked like a genius
for at least one night.
The Sox's 25th lineup of the season produced three hits and a run to start Wednesday's game.
Although it went dormant in the next six innings, the return was well worth the wait in a 6-1...