| Apr 9, 2008
| 9:31 PM
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen wasn't about to be drawn into the hype regarding left-hander John Danks after his masterful 2008 debut at Cleveland last Thursday.
And last year's mercurial performance served as a reminder to Guillen that Danks hadn't...
| Apr 10, 2008
| 8:42 PM
The White Sox adjusted their rotation in the wake of Thursday night's rainout against Minnesota so left-handed ace Mark Buehrle will get seven days' rest before his next start and could have two straight favorable matchups.
Buehrle's next start was moved...
| Apr 15, 2008
| 3:59 PM
John Danks celebrated his 23rd birthday Tuesday with a much-welcomed transformation, and his teammates supplied some timely gifts.
Danks pitched the White Sox to a 4-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics, marking his first win since July 16, 2007 and...
| Apr 20, 2008
| 8:25 PM
While Jim Thome reached another milestone Sunday, John Danks took another step toward the dependability the White Sox have sought since he joined the starting rotation last season.
Danks (2-1) extended his scoreless streak to 14 2/3 innings while...
| Apr 25, 2008
| 9:29 PM
By the time Mark Buehrle, who was the Opening Day pitcher, makes his next mound appearance for the White Sox, three other rotation members will have started one more game than him.
The Sox are being extra careful with Buehrle's innings-stressed arm...
| Apr 26, 2008
| 9:55 PM
The White Sox showed their "split" personality in a day-night doubleheader Saturday.
After sleepwalking through an early-afternoon 5-1 loss to the Orioles, they came fighting back at night to win 6-5 with help from two very unexpected sources.
| May 3, 2008
| 7:49 PM
Third base coach Jeff Cox shaved his head and mustache Saturday in an effort to change the White Sox fortunes.
He would have been better off disguising himself as a Sox player during the first three weeks of the regular season.
Manager Ozzie Guillen...
| May 8, 2008
| 2:27 PM
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Quite the week for Chicago's team on the South Side. The Sox go 0-6 vs. domed teams (Twins and Blue Jays), Gavin Floyd tosses his second near no-hitter of the season...and oh yeah, blow-up dolls...
| May 8, 2008
| 4:13 PM
Juan Uribe's homer put the White Sox ahead and his old-fashioned hard slide that busted up a double play had his teammates and manager buzzing.
Jermaine Dye homered for the third straight game and Uribe added a two-run drive in the fifth to help the...
| May 13, 2008
| 10:54 PM
Manager Ozzie Guillen might want to reconsider the shakeup of the White Sox lineup that he had seriously considered for Tuesday night.
Instead, the only change involved moving Jermaine Dye to the cleanup spot and dropping Paul Konerko to fifth.
| May 17, 2008
| 10:13 PM
There was plenty of traffic on the basepaths Saturday night.
But Mark Buehrle topped Barry Zito when it came to escaping jams, particularly in avoiding the big innings that have inflated Buehrle's earned-run average.
Buehrle pitched 62/3 innings of one-...