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  • Ken Williams blames himself for team's poor play, backs Robin Ventura

    Ken Williams blames himself for team's poor play, backs Robin Ventura
    Manager Robin Ventura may be feeling heat from White Sox fans, but executive vice president Ken Williams said before Friday's 5-4 loss to the Tigers there have been no discussions about changes in the manager's office or coaching staff. And according to...
  • Quick trip around Major League Baseball

    Quick trip around Major League Baseball
    American League Central Division White Sox: Another dominating season from ace Chris Sale looks like it's being wasted. Indians: Manager Terry Francona claims he ate 17 Popsicles in one night. Your move, David Blatt. Royals: Eric Hosmer dating...
  • White Sox aren't ready to wave the white flag just yet

    White Sox aren't ready to wave the white flag just yet
    While trade rumors concerning Jeff Samardzija have become more widespread as the July 31 trade deadline nears, White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams said Friday they're not shopping anyone yet. "I've heard a lot about (Samardzija) being on the...
  • Friday's recap: Tigers 5, White Sox 4

    Friday's recap: Tigers 5, White Sox 4
    The summary The Tigers came back late to beat the White Sox 5-4 and even the series Friday at Comerica Park. Relievers Jake Petricka and Zach Duke gave up the game-tying and go-ahead home runs to the first batters they faced. On the mound Jose Quintana...
  • Can anyone snap single-game strikeout mark? Chris Sale would be good bet

    Can anyone snap single-game strikeout mark? Chris Sale would be good bet
    With stricter pitch counts and five-man rotations, no one ever will touch Nolan Ryan's modern day single-season record for strikeouts. Ryan fanned 383 hitters in 1973, snapping Sandy Koufax's 1965 mark by one. The closest anyone has come to that in...
  • Rainout delays Jose Abreu's move to No. 2 spot in order to Sunday

    Rainout delays Jose Abreu's move to No. 2 spot in order to Sunday
    Jose Abreu's debut in the No. 2 hole was delayed a day after the White Sox-Tigers game Saturday was postponed by rain. Abreu said he was "surprised" to learn he was batting second for the first time since playing in Cuba but doesn't really care where he...
  • White Sox manager Robin Ventura appreciative of Ken Williams' backing

    White Sox manager Robin Ventura appreciative of Ken Williams' backing
    Robin Ventura repeatedly has said he feels support from his White Sox bosses, but rumors about his future continued to spread until executive vice president Ken Williams' strong endorsement Friday night at Comerica Park. Ventura was "absolutely"...
  • Blue Jays jump on Rangers early en route to 12-2 victory

    TORONTO Rangers manager Jeff Banister believes in statistical trends and theories when preparing for and dissecting a game. Well, most of them at least. Just don't bring up the idea of regressing to the mean, an oft-proven statistical trend. It may be...
  • Twins likely lose Buxton up to six weeks due to sprained left thumb

    MILWAUKEE Now we know why Byron Buxton struck out four times against Chris Sale on Wednesday. "He couldn't hold the bat," Twins outfielder Torii Hunter said. The Twins on Friday placed Buxton on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb but...
  • The White Sox's manager is just too nice

    The White Sox's manager is just too nice
    Back in July 1946, one of baseball’s most successful field managers said something that is totally pertinent today for those of us who have cheered on the White Sox through thick and thin. Leo Durocher, then the manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers,...
  • Gamble pays off for Robin Ventura, David Robertson and White Sox

    Gamble pays off for Robin Ventura, David Robertson and White Sox
    Closer David Robertson played a game of "who's on first" with the media after surviving a crazy 10th inning Thursday to preserve an 8-7 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park. It wasn't quite as funny as the classic Abbott and Costello routine, but it...