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  • White Sox not panicking over 0-4 start but need to show some urgency

    White Sox not panicking over 0-4 start but need to show some urgency
    The Black-and-Blue Sox came into their home debut Friday with three straight losses in Kansas City, but the panic button wasn't on anyone's mind. "I haven't seen any anxiety, to be honest with you, on Twitter and social media," center fielder Adam Eaton...
  • Pat Connaughton revels in basketball, baseball options at NBA's Portsmouth camp

    PORTSMOUTH – Notre Dame’s Pat Connaughton bordered on invisible for much of his opening game Thursday in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. Then came what Fighting Irish assistant coach Anthony Solomon calls “winning time.”...
  • Quick trip around Major League Baseball

    Quick trip around Major League Baseball
    American LeagueCentral Division White Sox: Ouch. One of the best winters for any team leads into one of the worst starts in toughest division. Indians: Starters living up to the hype, making Sports Illustrated's choice as World Series champs almost...
  • Padres new general manager working quickly to turn things around

    Padres new general manager working quickly to turn things around
    A.J. Preller was a fraternity brother and roommate of Jon Daniels when the two attended Cornell, so when Daniels became the Rangers' baseball head in 2003, he soon brought his old friend in to run the team's international and pro scouting. It's always...
  • Higher expectations for White Sox mean increased scrutiny of Robin Ventura

    Higher expectations for White Sox mean increased scrutiny of Robin Ventura
    When Robin Ventura was a rookie third baseman who had gone hitless for 17 games near the beginning of the 1990 season, the day he snapped the streak started with a stark reminder of it. White Sox teammate Greg Hibbard welcomed Ventura wearing a headband...
  • Winless White Sox frustrated as fans' impatience festers

    Winless White Sox frustrated as fans' impatience festers
    Forget about testing other teams. Through the first four games this season, the White Sox mostly have been about testing the patience of those who viewed the 2015 club as an upgrade. That was certainly the case before a crowd of 38,533 that found...
  • Alexei Ramirez pays tribute to White Sox legend Minnie Minoso

    Alexei Ramirez pays tribute to White Sox legend Minnie Minoso
    Alexei Ramirez was dressed to the "9" Friday for the White Sox's home opener. The shortstop's white No. 10 home jersey dangled from a hanger inside the White Sox's newly renovated clubhouse while his team faced the Twins. Ramirez instead donned a No....
  • Carroll residents excited about being back at Camden Yards

    Tom Walker stood behind home plate with his 13-year-old son Jacob as the Toronto Blue Jays took batting practice preparing for their matchup against the Orioles early Friday afternoon. Though the two of them have been to an Orioles home game before...
  • Friday's recap: Twins 6, White Sox 0

    Friday's recap: Twins 6, White Sox 0
    The summary Four games in, four games out. That's where the White Sox find themselves in the American League Central standings after four straight losses to start the season, the team's first such start since 1995. The latest came Friday at U.S....
  • Milone sharp as Twins blank White Sox, 6-0

    CHICAGO Tommy Milone throttled the White Sox Friday like a Tiger facing the Twins, retiring 16 straight batters at one point and carrying Minnesota to its first win of the season, 6-0 at U.S. Cellular Field. The left-hander, who only won a spot in the...
  • BASEBALL 2015: Hurry up! Nats, Cubs, Red Sox on the clock

    Even before Max Scherzer, Bryce Harper and the rest of the ramped-up Washington Nationals hit the field for their first full-squad workout at spring training, they got the message. There it was, printed across the top of a practice schedule posted in the...