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  • White Sox sweep Tigers on Sunday

    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...
  • White Sox fall to Yankees

    White Sox fall to Yankees
    The volatile state of the first-place White Sox had manager Ozzie Guillen placing more faith Wednesday night in rookie left-hander Clayton Richard than in his inconsistent offense or struggling bullpen. Unfortunately for the Sox, Richard's sterling...
  • Central focus clear

    Central focus clear
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The magic number is five. The dream number is three. An American League Central title came into clearer focus Sunday for the White Sox after they earned a crisp 3-0 victory over the Royals. The Sox maintained their 21/2-game...
  • White Sox's Central lead shrinks to ½ game

    White Sox's Central lead shrinks to ½ game
    After allowing Minnesota to creep to within a half-game of first place, pitcher Mark Buehrle believes the Twins and the noisy Metrodome elements might be gnawing deeper into the minds of the White Sox. "I think it does a little bit," Buehrle said after a...
  • White Sox lose game to Indians, but don't lose ground to Twins

    White Sox lose game to Indians, but don't lose ground to Twins
    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...
  • White Sox win, survive to play another day

    White Sox win, survive to play another day
    After fading near the finish line, the White Sox believe they might have found their second wind. Thanks to a hitting revival by Paul Konerko and Jermaine Dye and Mark Buehrle's ability to pitch on three days' rest, the Sox kept their playoff hopes alive...
  • White Sox's Floyd raises All-Star stock

    White Sox's Floyd raises All-Star stock
    It took an All-Star-type performance Saturday night to keep the White Sox in sole possession of first place in the American League Central. Now the question is whether Gavin Floyd indeed will make the All-Star team after throwing 71/3 shutout innings and...
  • From the Cubicle: White Sox-Tigers

    From the Cubicle: White Sox-Tigers
    Refresh: Manual • Auto 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...
  • Pierzynski's huge day lifts White Sox

    Pierzynski's huge day lifts White Sox
    If A.J. Pierzynski had started this hot last year, he would have had a better chance of making the American League All-Star team and being grilled in San Francisco. "That's OK," Pierzynski said through a smirk Friday when asked about missing a chance...
  • Patience is virtue as White Sox beat Detroit Tigers

    Patience is virtue as White Sox beat Detroit Tigers
    Nick Swisher set the tone in his first at-bat Saturday by working Dontrelle Willis for an eight-pitch walk to start the game. The White Sox's patience paid off, although they didn't get their first hit until a four-run sixth inning that paved the way for...
  • Crede's grand slam lifts White Sox to win over Minnesota

    Crede's grand slam lifts White Sox to win over Minnesota
    The original script for the middle of the White Sox's batting order wasn't designed for Jim Thome to draw a walk and Paul Konerko and Jermaine Dye to settle for singles. But that was a perfect stage-setter Monday, as Joe Crede supplied the heroics with a...
  • Woes against lefthanded pitching continue for White Sox

    Woes against lefthanded pitching continue for White Sox
    Mark Buehrle was resigned to chuckling Monday night over his latest woes against Oakland. Pitching on seven days' rest, Buehrle limited the Athletics to two runs in seven innings but was upstaged by left-handed rookie Greg Smith in the White Sox's 2-1...