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  • 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...
  • What will be outcome of the Clemens trial?

    Rocket's rough ride Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Roger Clemens is going down, just like one of the 292 guys he struck out in 1997, the year many people believe he became a steroid cheater. I have a strong feeling he's going to be convicted of lying...
  • Easier to reach: 600 homers or 3,000 hits?

    PEDs make a difference Mark Emery The Morning Call Eliminating admitted or suspected performance-enhancing drug users Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Alex Rodriguez from the list, only four "clean" players have hit 600 home runs. Since baseball has cracked...
  • Steroid stats promising among Illinois youth

    Steroid stats promising among Illinois youth
    As the limelight falls again on the use of performance enhancing drugs by professional athletes because of the perjury trial of former baseball star Roger Clemens, there is some evidence that Major League Baseball players have been scared straight, but...
  • How will Clemens do in his Skeeters start?

    It won't be pretty Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Tarnished as he is, Roger Clemens could find plenty of better things to do than what he will do this weekend — pitch for the Sugar Land Skeeters. It's unclear if Clemens wants this to be the...
  • Derek Jeter Is Still Playing The Game The Right Way

    Derek Jeter Is Still Playing The Game The Right Way
    Once upon a time in baseball, it was easy to enjoy greatness. Today, in the shadow of performance-enhancing drugs (known as PEDs), enjoying the players who stack up awe-inspiring numbers just ain't easy. Players, rightly or wrongly, are under the...
  • Baseball's strike zone is the hotly contested center of the game

    Baseball's strike zone is the hotly contested center of the game
    The heater rides in at 91 miles an hour, belt-high and straight, giving Orioles hitter Matt Wieters a good view of what looks like a strike in the making. As it reaches the plate, it dives toward the ground. No mortal can say for sure whether the...
  • Should the Miami Marlins trade for Alex Rodriguez?

    Should the Miami Marlins trade for Alex Rodriguez?
    Watching Alex Rodriguez reduced to a $30 million cheerleader Wednesday night as Raul Ibanez (Miami Sunset) became the latest Yankees' postseason hero got me thinking. How much of that remaining $115 million or so on A-Rod's contract (through 2017)...
  • An icon smashed

    An icon smashed
    The International Cycling Union's announcement today that it was stripping superstar athlete Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles over charges of illegal doping effectively ended one of the most celebrated sports careers in recent memory....
  • Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty

    Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty
    Roger Clemens was found not guilty on multiple counts by jurors who passed down their verdict Monday. In a case that lasted over seven weeks, jurors heard the testimonies of 40 individuals before finding Clemens not guilty on six charges of lying to...
  • Emily's Army, the punk offspring of Green Day, makes some noise

    Emily's Army, the punk offspring of Green Day, makes some noise
    When he was 12, Joey Armstrong triumphantly walked off the stage after his band finished its first-ever performance. His preteen punk band had won over some new fans and, more important, his secret was still safe. Or so he thought — until the...