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  • White Sox prospect Tim Anderson content to learn from Alexei Ramirez

    White Sox prospect Tim Anderson content to learn from Alexei Ramirez
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tim Anderson is treating his first major league spring training as a sort of silent apprenticeship. White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez plays. Anderson soaks in all he can from the 2014 Gold Glove finalist. Like "a sponge,"...
  • Dodgers' pitching rotation taking shape

    Dodgers' pitching rotation taking shape
    Clayton Kershaw is set to make his spring debut Thursday, when the Dodgers face the Chicago White Sox at their shared spring-training complex. Kershaw will be followed in the rotation Friday by David Huff and Zach Lee, who will start the Dodgers’...
  • Joe Maddon still believes in Edwin Jackson

    MESA, Ariz. -- Joe Maddon has seen Edwin Jackson at his best, which is why he still believes his embattled Chicago Cubs starting pitcher still has potential to succeed. “He’s such a good athlete," said Maddon, who managed Jackson with the...
  • Dodgers drop spring training opener to White Sox, 6-4

    Dodgers drop spring training opener to White Sox, 6-4
    AT THE PLATE: Joc Pederson's bid to become the Dodgers' starting center fielder had a promising start, as the 22-year-old rookie was two for two with a double and a run. Pederson was the designated hitter Wednesday, but will start in center field...
  • Jose Quintana strong in Cactus League opener

    Jose Quintana strong in Cactus League opener
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – The sun-drenched opening day at Camelback Ranch wasn’t the most pressure-packed environment for a pitcher such as Jose Quintana, who nicely has settled in to his role in the White Sox rotation. But the left-hander and No. 3...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 3/5 log (updated Thursday AM with tournament matchups)

    7:30 a.m.    Golf: Africa Open first round (in East London, South Africa).--Golf 11 a.m.    Basketball: ACC women’s second round: Wake Forest vs. Syracuse.--CSN 1 p.m.    Golf: PGA-WGC Cadillac Championship (at Doral, Fla.).--Golf 1 p.m.  ...
  • Jose Quintana's confidence grows, but he knows he's not White Sox ace

    Jose Quintana's confidence grows, but he knows he's not White Sox ace
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — A sun-drenched opening day at Camelback Ranch isn't the most pressure-packed environment for a pitcher such as Jose Quintana, who has settled nicely in to his role in the White Sox rotation. But the left-hander and No. 3...
  • White Sox pitcher Frank Montas welcomes opportunity in first big league camp

    White Sox pitcher Frank Montas welcomes opportunity in first big league camp
    White Sox right-handed pitching prospect Frank Montas is among the players the Sox have mentioned could have a greater opportunity this spring while Chris Sale is out at least three weeks with a fractured right foot. The added opportunity is something...
  • Craig Sager plans colorful return for Bulls-Thunder game

    Craig Sager plans colorful return for Bulls-Thunder game
    Craig Sager, the man with sport coats in every color with the possible exception of conventional black and navy, had a choice in mind for his return to an NBA sideline. After an 11-month battle with leukemia, he planned on an orange selection for TNT&...
  • Cold comfort: Sodfather says Cell will be ready despite tough winter

    Cold comfort: Sodfather says Cell will be ready despite tough winter
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — A meeting with the "Sodfather" before Wednesday's Cactus League opener at Camelback Ranch alleviated any fears that U.S. Cellular Field will be an ice rink on opening day. After another brutal winter, capped by record cold...
  • 'The Golden Age of Chicago Sports'

    'The Golden Age of Chicago Sports'
    Was there ever a "Golden Age of Chicago Sports"? Many Chicagoans would cite the 1990s, when the legendary Michael Jordan-led Bulls won six NBA championships in eight years. Those Bulls were certainly Chicago's best ever, but it was hardly a golden age,...