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  • Reader Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Does Paulie have anything left in the tank?  Will he retire or try to play one more year? Would the Sox even want him back or is it better to turn the page and start fresh?  --  Irv Kaage, Park Ridge If you ask his White Sox teammates, Paul Konerko...
  • Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all

    Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all
    Now that the Blackhawks season is over, it's time for baseball season in Chicago to officially start. So here's a quick recap of the 2013 season. The Cubs and White Sox have played some games. The Cubs and White Sox have lost most games. A man named...
  • Homers continue to hurt Hammel and Orioles in 5-2 loss to White Sox

    Homers continue to hurt Hammel and Orioles in 5-2 loss to White Sox
    CHICAGO — Jason Hammel isn't going to apologize for pitching aggressively. That's what's made him a pitcher the Orioles have learned to count on to give them a chance to win every time out. Make no mistake, the fact that Hammel — who allowed...
  • Chris Davis drives in 3 runs as Orioles win in Scott Feldman's debut

    Chris Davis drives in 3 runs as Orioles win in Scott Feldman's debut
    CHICAGO — When Scott Feldman walked into the Orioles' clubhouse U.S. Cellular Field on Wednesday, he saw several familiar faces from his days with the Texas Rangers, only in different uniforms. And when Feldman made his Orioles debut later that...
  • What's TWTW, anyway?

    What's TWTW, anyway?
    Ask a White Sox player about the team's signature catchphrase of 2013, TWTW, and you'll get a vague, if not slightly confused, response. "It is what it is," said second baseman Gordon Beckham. "For us, it's not a motto. It's a funny thing that we...
  • Mmm ... bacon

    Mmm ... bacon
    Bacon-on-a-Stick. Ballgame. White Sox win. Until I see Jose Abreu, the team’s best offseason acquisition was unveiled on its list of new food offerings at U.S. Cellular Field: a piece of thick-cut, premium Danish bacon seasoned with black pepper....
  • Fantasy baseball prospects: White Sox's Marcus Semien

    While injuries are a part of any fantasy season and any fantasy sport, I don’t quite remember a preseason like the one Major League Baseball is enduring this year. The list of players starting the season on the disabled list seems to be growing...
  • White Sox break it open late to top Cubs 5-1

    White Sox break it open late to top Cubs 5-1
    The Cubs and White Sox are in varying states of development, harboring eclectic groups of transient veterans and emerging young players. In the cases of many of these players, it will be: Now you see them, now you don't. In the meantime, the work-in-...
  • White Sox beat up on Cubs again in 8-3 victory

    White Sox beat up on Cubs again in 8-3 victory
    The White Sox are out to prove they can beat the Cubs any old day of the week, home or away. They whipped the Cubs for the third straight time in this four-game set Wednesday night with an 8-3 victory at U.S. Cellular Field before a crowd of 21,075, the...
  • Position analysis: Time on Beckham's side

    Position analysis: Time on Beckham's side
    For those who follow the Chicago White Sox on a daily basis, it could come as a major surprise that Gordon Beckham wasn't ranked among the top three defensive second basemen in a mid-season survey of American League managers conducted by Baseball America....
  • Sox position analysis: Ramirez looks to rebound

    Sox position analysis: Ramirez looks to rebound
    Of all the disappointments that surrounded the White Sox's collapse in the final two weeks of the season, Alexei Ramirez was one of the first players to hold himself accountable. The Sox's shortstop isn't one of the team's higher-profile players, yet...