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  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 8/22 log (updated Tuesday PM)

    6:10 a.m.    Soccer: U-20 Women’s World Cup: New Zealand at Japan(in Miyagi).--ESPNU 10:30 a.m.    Basketball: March 1993: L.C. Bird girls vs. Phoebus.--LSC 48 Noon    Baseball: Senior League final: Guatemala vs. Lemon Grove (Calif.) (d.).--ESPN2...
  • Seeing Yankee holes and Sox hope

    Seeing Yankee holes and Sox hope
    Maybe it’s me, and maybe I’m alone on this one, but sorry, I’m not impressed with the Yankees. They came to the South Side this week. They brought the best record in the American League. They had hit the most homers. Did all of them...
  • Tillman out-duels Sale as Orioles beat the White Sox, 6-0

    Tillman out-duels Sale as Orioles beat the White Sox, 6-0
    The Orioles knew their four-game series against the Chicago White Sox would come down to pitching. The White Sox's vaunted staff is a major reason why they lead the American League Central, and none of their pitchers has been better than left-hander Chris...
  • White Sox lefty Chris Sale discusses his struggles vs. Orioles

    White Sox lefty Chris Sale discusses his struggles vs. Orioles
    White Sox pitcher Chris Sale answers questions in the visitors' clubhouse following Chicago's 6-0 loss to the Orioles on Tuesday night.
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    WEATHER The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 85 and north winds 5 to 9 miles per hour. Wednesday night is expected to be mostly clear, with a low around 71 and calm winds. TRAFFIC...
  • Sox pitching coach copes

    Sox pitching coach copes
    What White Sox ace Chris Sale called a disgrace after his four-inning outing Tuesday, pitching coach Don Cooper brushed off as a bad day. What qualified as frustration Thursday for fellow Sox first-year starter Jose Quintana in a 5-3 loss to the Orioles,...
  • Not the end of the world, but Sox fatalists can see it from here

    Not the end of the world, but Sox fatalists can see it from here
    If you are a White Sox fatalist -- one of the 30,000 or so who were smart enough not to fill the Cell for Tuesday night’s joke against Minnesota -- then you have good reason to warm up the car and close the garage door on this season. Yeah, the Sox...
  • Sox hopes rest on Sale's shoulders

    Sox hopes rest on Sale's shoulders
    Chris Sale tried to be like a sponge whenever Mark Buehrle was around, soaking up pitching knowledge. It was the same way Buehrle had learned from David Wells, sitting next to him in the White Sox dugout during games in his first full season. The...
  • Orioles' Jim Johnson, Rays' Fernando Rodney show importance of closers

    Orioles' Jim Johnson, Rays' Fernando Rodney show importance of closers
    When the Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays begin a three-game series Tuesday at Camden Yards, the two most effective relievers in the American League will be in uniform. It's fair to speculate that without Orioles closer Jim Johnson and Rays closer Fernando...
  • White Sox need more starts like Quintana's

    White Sox need more starts like Quintana's
    Jose Quintana does not tiptoe into a room. He opens the door and waltzes right in, sometimes to stick around, sometimes to be promptly escorted out. It's a direct approach, one built around challenging hitters with strikes, and the White Sox prefer it to...
  • Time to savor Sox success

    Time to savor Sox success
    It says everything about the low-key, first-place White Sox that the loudest noise resonating with anybody anywhere nationally during May's month of winning came from their play-by-play broadcaster. Say "White Sox homer" and baseball fans beyond...