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  • LEADING OFF: Sale's K streak, Verlander and Hamilton back

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ ANOTHER 10K White Sox ace Chris Sale takes a streak of seven straight outings with at least 10 strikeouts into his start at St. Louis. The left-hander has fanned 85 during the run....
  • Chris Sale deserves to be an All-Star starter

    Chris Sale deserves to be an All-Star starter
    Chris Sale takes the mound tonight in St. Louis with a chance to make some history. If Sale strikes out 10 Cardinals hitters, he’ll tie Pedro Martinez’s 1999 record with eight consecutive starters with 10 or more strikeouts. He’ll be...
  • Your favorite team could earn you credit card rewards

    Your favorite team could earn you credit card rewards
    If you want a rewards credit card that features your favorite professional sports team — the champion Chicago Blackhawks or the Bears, Bulls, Cubs or White Sox — current offers are better than they've ever been, according to comparison site...
  • White Sox bring back Dan Jennings from disabled list

    White Sox bring back Dan Jennings from disabled list
    The Chicago White Sox reinstated left-handed reliever Dan Jennings from the 15-day disabled list before Wednesday’s game against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. They optioned right-hander Junior Guerra to Triple-A Charlotte to make room for...
  • Mount Prospect police investigate bank robbery

    Mount Prospect police investigate bank robbery
    The Mount Prospect Police Department and the FBI are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Monday at a branch of the First Merit Bank. Police responded to the bank robbery at 12:10 p.m. at the First Merit Bank's branch at 2100 S. Elmhurst Road,...
  • White Sox's Chris Sale a Mr. Do-It-All in 2-1 victory over the Cardinals

    White Sox's Chris Sale a Mr. Do-It-All in 2-1 victory over the Cardinals
    ST. LOUIS — White Sox players swirled their fingers in a circle from the dugout as Chris Sale reached first base with a slight smirk on his face Tuesday night at Busch Stadium. The Sox offense has been so unpredictable at backing up their pitchers...
  • Jose Abreu isn't too concerned about whether he makes All-Star team

     Jose Abreu isn't too concerned about whether he makes All-Star team
    ST. LOUIS — The All-Star Game was a special moment for Jose Abreu in his rookie season, but two weeks out from the 2015 game, the White Sox first baseman is trying not to worry about the possibility of not making it in his sophomore year. While...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Post 39 extends district winning streak to 35; Tides, Pilots earn victories

    BASEBALL: American Legion: Kent Klyman pitched a five-hit shutout as Williamsburg Post 39 earned its 35th consecutive District Three triumph, beating Poquoson Post 273 9-0 Tuesday night at Poquoson High. Klyman (2-0), bound to pitch for North...
  • Royals stumble again in 4-0 loss to Astros

    HOUSTON The baseball soared toward the center-field wall, and Lorenzo Cain gave chase. This winter the Astros will raze Tal's Hill, a construction quirk from another era, a landmass beyond the warning track that slopes 30 degrees upward, but on Tuesday...
  • Tigers pencil in Justin Verlander to start Tuesday

    Justin Verlander is back in the Detroit Tigers' starting rotation. Before Sunday's series finale against the Chicago White Sox, manager Brad Ausmus said the team is expecting the Tigers right-hander to start Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates. There...
  • Life of former Easton, Lafayette, pro athlete Frank Grube came to tragic end 70 years ago

     Life of former Easton, Lafayette, pro athlete Frank Grube came to tragic end 70 years ago
    It was the first week of July 1945. The war in Europe had ended about two months earlier and the war in the Pacific was winding down. In the Lehigh Valley, temperatures were in the 90s and people were thinking about the upcoming 4th of July holiday....