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  • Sox playing well enough to make a deal

    While you were sleeping last night, and while you were sleeping through this Chicago baseball season, the White Sox became watchable. Or maybe it was while watching the Blackhawks, but whatever, the Sox not only won’t make you throw battery acid...
  • Dunn deal: White Sox trade slugger to A's

    Dunn deal: White Sox trade slugger to A's
    Adam Dunn paused, as if mentally stepping out of the batter’s box to collect his thoughts, then answered the question about his intentions to continue playing beyond this season. “This is probably going to be it … this is probably...
  • White Sox move Alejandro De Aza to Orioles for prospects

    The White Sox traded outfielder Alejandro De Aza to the Orioles in exchange for two minor league pitchers, the club announced during the second game 8-4 loss of their split doubleheader with the Tigers on Saturday. The Sox receive 22-year-old right-...
  • With four hits Wednesday, Ryan Flaherty continues success at Fenway Park

    With four hits Wednesday, Ryan Flaherty continues success at Fenway Park
    BOSTON -- Ryan Flaherty, who had a career-high four hits in the Orioles’ 10-6 win Wednesday, doesn’t have a specific reason for why he hits so well at Fenway Park. But the Maine native admits that it is somewhat special playing in front of...
  • Reader Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    I was disappointed the White Sox jettisoned Addison Reed -- he had 40 saves on a 63-win team! Got to be some kind of record -- but I've always compared him to Nate Jones as similar in skill and mindset. Why do you think he was not made the closer when...
  • Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    Hello Colleen. How many of the White Sox players and coaches are bilingual? – Cory K., River Forest. Lino Diaz, whose title is manager of cultural development, is the central Spanish-speaking staff member in the Sox clubhouse and the only one that...
  • White Sox rally in ninth inning for 3-2 win over Angels

    White Sox rally in ninth inning for 3-2 win over Angels
    KEY MOMENT: After giving up a one-out single to Alejandro De Aza in the ninth, Angels reliever Mike Morin shattered Conor Gillaspie's bat with an outside fastball, but Gillaspie got enough of the pitch to ground a single to right, sending De Aza to third....
  • Orioles' Nelson Cruz gets apologetic text from buddy Leonys Martin after stolen home run

    Orioles' Nelson Cruz gets apologetic text from buddy Leonys Martin after stolen home run
    Nelson Cruz thought he had his 27th home run of the season in the second inning Wednesday night when Texas Rangers center fielder Leonys Martin leaped at the wall and pulled the ball back in what arguably was the year's best defensive play at Camden...
  • Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Don't you think Robin Ventura over-managed a bit (against the Red Sox on Wednesday)?¬†Chris Sale has owned Dustin Pedroia.¬†Should have let him finish the inning. Somebody needs to write that. – Jeff S. Honestly, I wasn’t surprised that...
  • Orioles' rally in bottom of ninth falls short in 4-2 loss to White Sox on Tuesday

    Orioles' rally in bottom of ninth falls short in 4-2 loss to White Sox on Tuesday
    Chris Davis’ ninth-inning heroics Monday night masked the reality of just how bad the Orioles had been with runners in scoring position in that game. Their offense Tuesday wasn’t afforded a similar bailout -- although it came close -- in a...
  • Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making

    Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making
    Both Chicago managers were jeered Tuesday night, though Robin Ventura probably couldn’t hear White Sox fans shouting at their TVs from his dugout spot in Baltimore, some 700 miles away. It was one of those rare nights of Chicago baseball symmetry,...