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  • Connections: Trinity Prep graduate boosts FSU golf team

    Connections: Trinity Prep graduate boosts FSU golf team
    Growing up, Hank Lebioda was a baseball fan and a player, good enough to earn a spot in the starting lineup for Trinity Prep as a freshman. A different kind of swing caught his attention, though, and three years later, just before graduating from the...
  • Jose Abreu doing his best to light fire under White Sox hitters

    Jose Abreu doing his best to light fire under White Sox hitters
    Jose Abreu spent Wednesday morning talking about how the White Sox needed to display "fierceness" on offense earlier in games to help them break out from their season-opening slumber. The Sox first baseman then put his words into action with a first-...
  • Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Indians 0

    Wednesday's recap: White Sox 6, Indians 0
    The summary Right-hander Jeff Samardzija outdueled reigning American League Cy Young winner Corey Kluber to push the White Sox to a 6-0 victory over the Indians on Wednesday at U.S. Cellular Field, Samardzija's first triumph on the South Side. At...
  • Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis says he's pressing at the plate

    Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis says he's pressing at the plate
    Northbrook native Jason Kipnis, 28, is in his fifth season in the major leagues and the starting second baseman for the Cleveland Indians. A 2005 graduate of Glenbrook North, Kipnis starred at Kentucky and Arizona State before being selected in the second...
  • Difficult debuts, information overloads and the art of saying nothing

    Difficult debuts, information overloads and the art of saying nothing
    Two players who figure to be part of the Chicago sports scene for years made their major league debuts Tuesday night, with Carlos Rodon and Addison Russell both looking jittery. Russell went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts in the Cubs’ 9-8...
  • Indians, Carlos Carrasco beat White Sox, 6-2

    CHICAGO The Indians and Carlos Carrasco responded from Wednesday night's ninth-inning let-down with a 6-2 win against the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night. Carrasco (2-1), who took the mound for the first time since getting hit in the face by a line drive...
  • Retired White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. asks $1.43 million for house

    Retired White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. asks $1.43 million for house
    Retired Chicago White Sox catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., now the Cleveland Indians' first-base coach, is asking $1.43 million for his four-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot brick house in Bucktown. Alomar, 48, played for the White Sox for parts of five seasons from...
  • Mariners fall to Astros

    SEATTLE The offense wasn't the problem for the Seattle Mariners, which is an odd thing considering the past few seasons filled with anemic, run-scoring efforts at Safeco Field. But Monday night, against a Houston Astros' pitching staff they should...
  • AP Source: White Sox calling up top pitching prospect Rodon

    A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago White Sox are calling up prized pitching prospect Carlos Rodon from Triple-A Charlotte and will have him work out of the bullpen at least for now. The person, speaking Sunday on the condition of...
  • May's best major-league start gives Twins 7-2 victory over Indians

    MINNEAPOLIS Trevor May is here to stay, at least if he pitches like that. The second-year right-hander made the best start in his 12-game major league career on Sunday, allowing just one run over six innings and helping the Twins conclude a successful...
  • Quick trip around Major League Baseball

    Quick trip around Major League Baseball
    American League Central Division White Sox: Three years after letting Ozzie Guillen flee, Ken Williams says baseball needs more guys like him. Indians: Annual protest of Chief Wahoo logo at home opener falls on deaf ears, as Indians stick by their...