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  • Orioles can't get out of own way, lose to Braves, 5-4

    Orioles can't get out of own way, lose to Braves, 5-4
    The Orioles finally did tonight what recently looked like an impossibility for them when they took their first lead in 39 innings on Mark Reynolds' towering two-run homer over the center-field wall in the top of the fourth. A lead over the Atlanta Braves...
  • Angels manager, GM to dine with C.J. Wilson Monday night

     
    The Angels' pursuit of free-agent pitcher C.J. Wilson will continue Monday night when Manager Mike Scioscia and General Manager Jerry Dipoto have dinner with the veteran left-hander in Los Angeles. The meeting was confirmed by a source familiar with the.....
  • Cubs have options among 2012 free agents

     
    We’re on to Phase 3 of the offseason to-do list and it involves acquiring new players and the consideration of moving Starlin Castro to a new position.  Julie Dicaro at A League of Her Own made my job a bit easier by already compiling a list of...
  • Agent says Angels interested in 3B Aramis Ramirez

     
    Asked earlier in November about free-agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez, General Manager Jerry Dipoto said the Angels' interest level in the slugger was "lower, but I never close the door on anyone." That door, according to Ramirez's agent, is apparently....
  • Mariners Offense Sputters, Lose to Braves 3-1

    Mariners Offense Sputters, Lose to Braves 3-1
    Scattering just four hits is normally a solid night for a Major League starting pitcher -- but not when two of those hits are gigantic home runs, and not when your offense continues to struggle offensively. So was the story for Mariners lefty Erik Bedard...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    Ken Williams has the enviable position of seemingly being the only Chicago executive immune from the pressure to win and perform. In recent years we have seen all the Chicago franchises clean house. The Chairman needs to pocket his loyalty and let...
  • Detroit Tigers sweep Chicago White Sox with 4-3 victory in nightcap

    DETROIT -- Bartolo Colon answered one of the White Sox's lingering questions by pitching seven innings of three-run ball Friday night. But the Sox came up short numerous times in trying to stop a Detroit rally or getting a clutch hit. Just as high as...
  • Long ball powers White Sox past Red Sox

    Long ball powers White Sox past Red Sox
    The White Sox don't care for style points, as evidenced by Gavin Floyd's newly shaved head after losing a bet to Bobby Jenks. Floyd weaved in and out of trouble through 51/3 innings Sunday, but the resourcefulness that he and his teammates demonstrated...
  • White Sox turn tables on A's

    White Sox turn tables on A's
    The pounding was so complete and convincing that previous failures at McAfee Coliseum suddenly seemed distant to the White Sox. Thanks to four home runs and a relentless pitching effort from Javier Vazquez, the Sox won consecutive games there for the...
  • Another late Rays rally sinks White Sox

    Another late Rays rally sinks White Sox
    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...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's White Sox reporter answers reader questions each week during the season. This week, Lance Broadway's future, September call-ups and how to label the 2008 White Sox. Hey, Mark, what's your take on Lance Broadway? Is he in the rotation next...
  • Uribe hits two two-run homers as Sox roll

    For one night, Juan Uribe did a pretty good impression of Carlos Quentin. Now if Uribe and the rest of his White Sox teammates can continue to pick up the slack for the next 22 games, they can cushion the huge blow of losing their top slugger to a...