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  • Chris Davis hits walk-off, three-run HR in Orioles' 6-4 victory over White Sox

    Chris Davis hits walk-off, three-run HR in Orioles' 6-4 victory over White Sox
    Beginning in the fifth inning, Orioles slugger Chris Davis disappeared down the dugout tunnel to sneak in a few swings inside the batting cages below the seating bowl of Camden Yards, preparing himself in case he was needed in the late innings of Monday...
  • In rare start, Delmon Young makes an impact with three hits

    In rare start, Delmon Young makes an impact with three hits
    Delmon Young hadn't started a game since June 15. So after cracking the Orioles lineup Monday, in part because of first baseman Chris Davis' recent struggles but also because of Young's prior success against Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale, the...
  • Orioles' rally in bottom of ninth falls short in 4-2 loss to White Sox on Tuesday

    Orioles' rally in bottom of ninth falls short in 4-2 loss to White Sox on Tuesday
    Chris Davis’ ninth-inning heroics Monday night masked the reality of just how bad the Orioles had been with runners in scoring position in that game. Their offense Tuesday wasn’t afforded a similar bailout -- although it came close -- in a...
  • Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making

    Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making
    Both Chicago managers were jeered Tuesday night, though Robin Ventura probably couldn’t hear White Sox fans shouting at their TVs from his dugout spot in Baltimore, some 700 miles away. It was one of those rare nights of Chicago baseball symmetry,...
  • Ozzie Guillen returns to U.S. Cellular Field as fan

    Ozzie Guillen returns to U.S. Cellular Field as fan
    Ozzie Guillen sat in the scout seats behind home plate Wednesday, watching his first game at U.S. Cellular Field since he left the White Sox in 2011 after eight years as manager. “It feels weird, but it feels kind of nice,” Guillen said...
  • Scott Carroll fall guy for Chris Sale call prank

    MINNEAPOLIS — White Sox rookie Scott Carroll was debating whether to change his phone number Thursday after he said he received "hundreds" of calls after a Chris Sale prank. Sale wore a hat with Carroll's number written on the front during his...
  • White Sox expect Rodon signing to go to deadline

    MINNEAPOLIS- The White Sox sent a message to first-round draft pick Carlos Rodon Saturday: The quicker you sign, the faster you’ll get here. The suggested slot value for Rodon, the North Carolina State pitcher selected with the No. 3 pick, is...
  • What you missed while watching the Hawks playoffs run

    One of the side effects of Blackhawks Fever is that sports fans may have missed just about everything else grabbing headlines for the past month and a half. That's where RedEye comes in. Will Thibs stay or will he go? Is he leaving the Bulls? Will...
  • Angels rookie C.J. Cron sparks five-run rally with two-run double in 8-4 win

    KEY MOMENT: C.J. Cron laced a two-out, two-run double to left field in the fourth inning, turning a 2-1 Angels lead into a 4-1 cushion and sparking a five-run rally that included Hank Conger's RBI single, Grant Green's single and Kole Calhoun's two-run...
  • Angels send hot-hitting Grant Green to triple-A Salt Lake

    The other shoe finally dropped Saturday and fell right on the head of Grant Green, the hot-hitting utility player who was sent to triple A so the Angels could bolster their bullpen with right-hander Cory Rasmus. The move fortified young slugger C.J....
  • Mike Trout's slam powers Angels past White Sox

    Mike Scioscia did what any manager would do against Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale, stacking the Angels lineup with eight right-handed batters in hopes of beating an ace who held left-handers hitless in 32 at-bats this season. It didn't seem to matter...