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  • Avisail Garcia becoming offensive force for White Sox

    Avisail Garcia becoming offensive force for White Sox
    OAKLAND, Calif. — To Avisail Garcia, playing in O.co Coliseum over the weekend felt a little bit like playing in Venezuela. Noisy Athletics fans played drums and horns and waved flags throughout the game in a unique major-league atmosphere....
  • Sunday's recap: White Sox 7, Athletics 3

    Sunday's recap: White Sox 7, Athletics 3
    The summary The White Sox swept a series in Oakland for the first time since 1997 with a 7-3 victory over the Athletics on Sunday at O.co Coliseum. The A's committed four errors to help the Sox (17-17) hit the .500 mark for the first time this season....
  • White Sox defense shines while A's make 4 errors

    White Sox defense shines while A's make 4 errors
    OAKLAND, Calif. — The White Sox have experienced plenty of defensive pain this season, so they were happy to discuss an opposing team's struggles for a change Sunday. While the Sox offense capitalized on four Athletics errors during a 7-3...
  • White Sox complete sweep of A's with 7-3 win

    OAKLAND, Calif. The A's defensive woes are turning contagious as four more errors helped the Chicago White Sox to a 7-3 win Sunday to cap a three-game sweep. On Little League Day at the Coliseum, the youngsters who paraded around the field before the...
  • Longtime Rich Central history teacher Thomas DePasquale dies at 80

     Longtime Rich Central history teacher Thomas DePasquale dies at 80
    For well over two decades, Tom DePasquale taught history at Rich Central High School in Olympia Fields, where former students say he often took on the role of surrogate father. "If ever I was lamenting about this or that, or experiencing any of the usual...
  • LEADING OFF: Cubs aim for Lucky 7, Stanton looks long

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ LUCKY 7 Jake Arrieta starts for the streaking Cubs as they try for their seventh straight win. A victory would match their best string since a seven-game burst in 2011, and complete a...
  • Corey Kluber deprived of date with destiny after 18 strikeouts

    Corey Kluber deprived of date with destiny after 18 strikeouts
    Imagine if Leonardo da Vinci stopped painting the Mona Lisa when he got to her smile, or Orson Welles edited the Rosebud scene out of "Citizen Kane." Now you know what it feels like to be Corey Kluber. The Indians ace and reigning American League Cy...
  • Carlos Sanchez made the most of his time at Triple-A Charlotte

    Carlos Sanchez made the most of his time at Triple-A Charlotte
    OAKLAND, Calif. — Carlos Sanchez proved over the last five weeks that he takes rejection well. Now it's time for the 22-year-old infielder to show he can take promotion equally as well. A little more than a month after the White Sox dispatched...
  • Adam LaRoche starting to feel more comfortable as designated hitter

    Adam LaRoche starting to feel more comfortable as designated hitter
    OAKLAND, Calif. — Adam LaRoche still receives a little thrill when he sees his name marked for first base on the White Sox lineup card on rare occasions. It has happened only six times this season, but the Sox's designated hitter said that's no...
  • Saturday's recap: White Sox 4, A's 3

    Saturday's recap: White Sox 4, A's 3
    The White Sox secured their fourth straight series victory with a 4-3 triumph over the Athletics on Saturday night at O.co Coliseum. Melky Cabrera and Jose Abreu each drove in runs with two outs in the seventh inning to give the Sox the lead. The Sox have...
  • White Sox top A's, 4-3

    OAKLAND, Calif. The season-long theme of poor defense, an erratic bullpen and an inability to escape the seventh inning caught up to the Oakland A's again in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox. Fernando Rodriguez bore the brunt of all of...