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  • Dunn puts White Sox on his back

    Dunn puts White Sox on his back
    Adam Dunn couldn't stop smiling. He was floating, levitating almost, as he talked about how all the years of his baseball career — including one of the longest seasons anyone has ever had — had led to two swings of his bat Monday night. In a...
  • Sox fade sad sight to behold

     Sox fade sad sight to behold
    As Rays first baseman Carlos Pena caught the White Sox's final out of a demoralizing 10-4 loss Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field, a particularly fed-up fellow unleashed frustration that echoed from an empty stadium throughout the South Side. "Damn it!''...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    I know that the Sox are committed to Adam Dunn's home run production. However, I can't for the life of me, why he is put third in the batting order. Alex Rios or A.J. Pierzynski would be a much better fit. Dunn is on his way to setting the single-season...
  • White Sox GM Williams making all the right moves

    White Sox GM Williams making all the right moves
    It's never easy for Jerry Reinsdorf and the White Sox, but year after year they find ways to stretch the payroll and keep things interesting. That sweetheart stadium deal certainly helps. So does the Comcast SportsNet Chicago deal. But at the end of...
  • Bill 'Moose' Skowron 1930-2012

    Bill 'Moose' Skowron 1930-2012
    Bill "Moose" Skowron, who went from marbles, softball and dreams on the parks and playgrounds of the Northwest Side to attain fame as one of the greatest athletes from Chicago, has died. He was 81. Skowron, whose most enduring renown came as a member...
  • Ricketts puts people above family business in Wrigley Field deal

    Ricketts puts people above family business in Wrigley Field deal
    Unless Carlos Marmol gets involved, the Cubs still hope to close a deal with the city to renovate Wrigley Field by Monday's home opener. Assuming the agreement can overcome a late-inning scare, planned improvements at the venerable 99-year-old...
  • Getting all of the plate

    Getting all of the plate
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — No matter whether you're a fan of the White Sox (who train west of here, in Glendale) or the Cubs (who tune up east of town, in Mesa), chances are you will wind up here in the middle, in Scottsdale, with others, like me, who...
  • Sox putting their money on pitching

    Sox putting their money on pitching
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — So, Rick Hahn, how do you like Jeff Keppinger now? While the White Sox's rookie general manager eases into this extended spring training camp, his 13th with the organization, the bet on the American League Central table has...
  • Sox taking big gamble with Flowers

    Sox taking big gamble with Flowers
    Like the White Sox, the Rangers don't know who is going to catch for them beyond next year. But having recently gone through a transition featuring Gerald Laird, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Matt Treanor and Taylor Teagarden, they aren't turning over the...
  • Keppinger deal indication Hahn will be patient with young talent

    Keppinger deal indication Hahn will be patient with young talent
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — With midseason approaching last year, the White Sox traded for Kevin Youkilis. They hadn't had a backup plan when Brent Morel flamed out early and were lucky to grab a card as strong as Youkilis in the discard pile from the Red...
  • U.S. should have world-class WBC pitching staff

    U.S. should have world-class WBC pitching staff
    Thirteen pitchers eligible to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic received points in Cy Young voting. That, sports fans, should largely be the pitching staff for the team Joe Torre will manage. Imagine a starting rotation of R.A. Dickey,...
  • Williams era ending with a whimper for White Sox

    Williams era ending with a whimper for White Sox
    With their crosstown rivals in an organized retreat for the first time in anyone's memory, the White Sox spent 117 days in first place and went into the last weekend of the season with a division title in their reach. The weather was beautiful and there...