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  • Carlos Rodon makes White Sox debut in relief, struggles with control

    Carlos Rodon makes White Sox debut in relief, struggles with control
    Six pitches into his major-league debut Tuesday night, White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon had thrown six balls and received a visit from pitching coach Don Cooper. The top Sox prospect's first relief outing at U.S. Cellular Field wasn't nearly as smooth...
  • Jim Palmer responds to 'loyal bunch' of angry Red Sox fans

    Jim Palmer responds to 'loyal bunch' of angry Red Sox fans
    Hall of Famer Jim Palmer is suddenly Public Red Sox Enemy No. 1 after sending out a tweet Sunday that criticized Sox designated hitter David Ortiz for the histrionics that got him ejected from a tight game against the Orioles and led to him being...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 4/23 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    6 a.m.    Tennis: Women’s Stuttgart and men’s Barcelona tournaments.--Tennis Ch. 11 a.m.    Lacrosse: ACC women’s quarterfinals: Virginia Tech vs. North Carolina, then Notre Dame at Virginia at 1.--CSN 1 p.m.    Baseball: N.Y....
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 4/22 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    7:30 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s Barcelona Open (in Spain).--Tennis Ch. 2 p.m.    Baseball: Cleveland at Chicago White Sox.--MLB Net. 2 p.m.    Tennis: Women’s Stuttgart tournament (d.).--Tennis Ch. 2:30 p.m.    Soccer: UEFA Champions League...
  • Indians, Carlos Carrasco beat White Sox, 6-2

    CHICAGO The Indians and Carlos Carrasco responded from Wednesday night's ninth-inning let-down with a 6-2 win against the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night. Carrasco (2-1), who took the mound for the first time since getting hit in the face by a line drive...
  • Robin Ventura understands Bryan Price's frustration -- and media's job

    Robin Ventura understands Bryan Price's frustration -- and media's job
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Tuesday he understands some of the frustration displayed in Reds manager Bryan Price’s profanity-laden rant directed at the media Monday. But Ventura said he also understands that it is the media’s job to...
  • Winner of White Sox car wants to sell

    Winner of White Sox car wants to sell
    Any White Sox fans in the area shopping for a car? East Dundee resident Jean Collingbourne could have your solution. The White Sox-themed smart Pure Coupe Collingbourne won in 2013 after she was randomly selected as the winner of the Chicago White Sox...
  • First two weeks reveal nothing about balanced AL East

    First two weeks reveal nothing about balanced AL East
    If you thought the first few weeks of the new baseball season would give some indication of how the Orioles fit into the American League East, or deliver some clarity about the overall quality of the division, guess again. The Orioles have played a...
  • 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'...