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  • LEADING OFF: Carrasco back on mound after being hit

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SAY WHAT? Reds manager Bryan Price will have to face the media before Cincinnati's game against Milwaukee, a day after he went on a profanity-filled tirade, taking exception with the...
  • Retired White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. asks $1.43 million for house

    Retired White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. asks $1.43 million for house
    Retired Chicago White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., now the Cleveland Indians' first-base coach, is asking $1.43 million for his four-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot brick house in Bucktown. Alomar, 48, played for the White Sox for parts of five seasons from...
  • Carlos Rodon's arrival just what beleaguered Robin Ventura needs

    Carlos Rodon's arrival just what beleaguered Robin Ventura needs
    Carlos Rodon arrived late enough for the White Sox to get an extra year out of him but early enough to save Robin Ventura. Not from the Sox, who love their manager, or from the media, who like him, but from fans ready to blame Ventura if his team doesn'...
  • Carlos Rodon content with under-the-radar arrival in majors

    Carlos Rodon content with under-the-radar arrival in majors
    Dressed in fresh White Sox gear and sporting a new mustache, 22-year-old left-hander Carlos Rodon shook his head and offered a reluctant smile. The top Sox prospect arrived on the South Side on Monday four days after the Cubs called up Kris Bryant to...
  • Monday's recap: White Sox 4, Indians 3

    Monday's recap: White Sox 4, Indians 3
    The summary Melky Cabrera hit a walk-off single off Cody Allen to cap a four-run ninth inning and give the White Sox a 4-3 victory over the Indians on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Alexei Ramirez hit a two-run double to the center-field wall...
  • Orioles lose to Red Sox, 7-1, in rain-shortened series finale

    Orioles lose to Red Sox, 7-1, in rain-shortened series finale
    The Orioles wrapped up their four-game series at Fenway Park with an 11:05 a.m. start on Patriots' Day, an official holiday here in Massachusetts. On the third Monday of every April, the Boston Marathon race course winds just beyond Fenway Park's...
  • Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist

    Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist
    You could say that Gregory Daniels learned a thing or two during three decades of hawking beer in the bleachers of Wrigley Field. "I've grown up at Wrigley Field," said Daniels, who teaches full-day kindergarten at Oakton Elementary School. "That paid...
  • White Sox manager mum on timetable for South Side's top prospect

    White Sox manager mum on timetable for South Side's top prospect
    DETROIT – While the Cubs called up top prospect Kris Bryant on Friday, White Sox manager Robin Ventura is keeping quiet on a timetable for the top Sox prospect’s major-league debut. Left-hander Carlos Rodon, the No. 3 overall draft pick in...
  • Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    The Tribune's White Sox reporter answers your questions. It's only one game, but Tyler Flowers does not appear to be improving his play as a catcher. He was taken out and replaced by Geovany Soto. How much more patience will Robin Ventura have before we...
  • Robin Ventura makes controversial decision not to challenge key play in White Sox loss

    Robin Ventura makes controversial decision not to challenge key play in White Sox loss
    DETROIT — There was no hypothetical man in the bleachers with binoculars causing controversy in the White Sox game against the Tigers on Friday at Comerica Park. It was a hypothetical challenge that had everyone in a tizzy after a 2-1 Sox loss...
  • Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves

    Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves
    With most teams playing within their own divisions the first two weeks of the season, it's too soon to say the American League Central is the deepest in baseball. But everyone took note of the hot starts of the Tigers and Royals, who look like the two...