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  • Derek Jeter and Paul Konerko: 2 class acts

    Derek Jeter and Paul Konerko: 2 class acts
    If you want to fix in your mind some timeless images of dignity and class in professional sports, this weekend offers a chance that won't come again. That's because it brings to an end the major league baseball careers of Paul Konerko of the Chicago White...
  • Adam Dunn set to retire

    Adam Dunn set to retire
    Former Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn, who finally made it to the playoffs with the Oakland Athletics but never got off the bench in Tuesday night's wild-card game, is expected to retire after a 14-year career. The A's didn't get Dunn an at-bat...
  • Jake Arrieta posts 1st shutout, a 7-0 one-hitter

    Jake Arrieta posts 1st shutout, a 7-0 one-hitter
    After Brandon Phillips' drive barely eluded the outstretched glove of diving center fielder Matt Szczur on the warning track Tuesday night, Jake Arrieta resumed his mastery. Losing a no-hit bid in the eighth inning for the second time this season wasn't...
  • Tuesday's recap: Cubs 7, Reds 0

    Tuesday's recap: Cubs 7, Reds 0
    The summary Jake Arrieta pitched 7 1/3 no-hit innings before Brandon Phillips ripped a double that eluded a diving Matt Szczur on the warning track in left center. Arrieta also came close to a no-hitter June 30 at Boston when Stephen Drew singled with...
  • Cubs safe at first with Rizzo

    Cubs safe at first with Rizzo
    From a technical standpoint, there are no untouchables on the Chicago Cubs’ roster, according to President Theo Epstein. The exception might be first baseman Anthony Rizzo – not Kris Bryant, Javier Baez or Addison Russell. Consider that...
  • Jeter may owe $16,000 in taxes on farewell gifts

    Jeter may owe $16,000 in taxes on farewell gifts
    It’ll take Derek Jeter two innings of work to pay taxes that may be due on gifts the retiring New York Yankees’ captain received during his farewell tour. Jeter, who was paid $12 million this season and more than $265 million in his career,...
  • Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title

    Dodgers beat Giants, 9-1, to clinch NL West title
    Yasiel Puig hit the go-ahead home run, and the Los Angeles Dodgers captured their second consecutive National League West title with a 9-1 rout of the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night. Clayton Kershaw struck out 11 as the Dodgers...
  • How the Dodgers have fared in the NLDS

    How the Dodgers have fared in the NLDS
    The Dodgers clinched an appearance in the National League Division Series with their win over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday -- the ninth time they will appear in the NLDS. Here's how they fared the other eight times: 1981 Dodgers 3, Houston 2...
  • Konerko's Chicago legacy more than just numbers

    The celebration of Paul Konerko's White Sox career has been ongoing since SoxFest in January, and if Konerko has been a little uncomfortable with it, well, that's just another reason why Sox fans love their "Paulie." In an age when it pays to be a "me...
  • Covering Paul Konerko: Reporters' remembrances

    Covering Paul Konerko: Reporters' remembrances
    Colleen Kane The Paul Konerko era already was nearing its end when I started covering the White Sox in August 2013, and so while the captain's home runs and RBIs have still colored parts of my experiences with the team, they are not what has left the...
  • Quality innings-eater would be huge for Cubs

     Quality innings-eater would be huge for Cubs
    MILWAUKEE — Adding Jon Lester or Cole Hamels would give the Cubs more than just a bona fide left-handed All-Star ace. It would take the pressure off members of a rotation that hope to attain the 200-inning mark as well as alleviate the workload of...