| Apr 14, 2009
DETROIT — Dewayne Wise saved the White Sox from a potential disaster Monday that will cost him at least six weeks on the disabled list with a separated right shoulder.
The price of losing Wise will depend on whether his teammates will produce as...
| Sep 4, 2008
Win and survive.
That's the White Sox's theme for the remaining 23 games this season after a patchwork lineup and the pitching of Javier Vazquez and Bobby Jenks produced a 4-2 victory over the Indians on Wednesday and kept them in first place in the...
| Sep 14, 2008
| 10:15 PM
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...
| Sep 15, 2008
| 8:50 PM
After the White Sox failed to expand their 11/2-game lead in the American League Central, manager Ozzie Guillen wondered again Monday night whether they can finally take advantage of rival Minnesota's recent skid.
"We have to win," Guillen said after the...
| Sep 17, 2008
NEW YORK—Coping with subpar production and three nagging injuries, Paul Konerko realized long ago his 2008 season was lost from a statistical standpoint.
But he pointed out two months ago that it could be salvaged with clutch hits, such as the...
| Sep 26, 2008
| 9:53 PM
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...
| Sep 30, 2008
| 11:32 PM
There's nothing like defending your home turf on a playoff-type stage.
Just ask John Danks, Jim Thome and A.J. Pierzynski, who each stood tall and strong in vaulting the White Sox to the American League Central title Tuesday night in a pulsating 1-0...
| Oct 3, 2008
| 9:19 PM
The loneliest place for the White Sox in a hostile environment Friday night was on the base paths.
Left stranded were 12 runners, and without the aid of an extra-base hit or any type of clutch hit, the Sox put themselves on the verge of elimination...
| Oct 5, 2008
| 9:09 PM
Juan Uribe knocked on a couple of clubhouse door entrances Sunday and ran.
That was just a sampling of how comfortable the White Sox play in their own environment despite facing long odds and sitting through a 35-minute rain delay.
"Maybe that's just...
| Apr 11, 2008
| 9:50 PM
It was hot against cold Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field and, considering the weather, the outcome was expected.
Cold won out.
The Tigers, the American League's lowest-scoring and worst-pitching team, outscored the White Sox, baseball's highest-...
| Apr 14, 2008
| 9:42 PM
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...