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  • Sox must make tough calls on veteran pitchers

    Sox must make tough calls on veteran pitchers
    The bad news has come in for Gavin Floyd, just like it did for John Danks last August. Floyd will have season-ending elbow surgery Tuesday, meaning the White Sox will get no more return on the $9.5 million they’ll pay Floyd this season, just as...
  • Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings

    Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings
    Last week's ranking in parentheses. 1. Cardinals (1): Only the Rockies can match their lineup. Nobody can match their balance, with Adam Wainwright right back where he was in 2009-10 as a Cy Young candidate. 2. Braves (4): Julio Teheran and Kris...
  • 3 homers do more than brighten Navarro's day

    3 homers do more than brighten Navarro's day
    Oh, yeah. That's what a curtain call looks like. You could understand if Wrigley Field fans had forgotten, chugging toward the All-Star break in the fifth season with the ivy-covered walls surrounding a playoff-free zone. But it turns out they remember,...
  • Miranda Lambert Scores Fifth #1 Single

    Miranda Lambert Scores Fifth #1 Single
    Miranda Lambert has the #1 song on the country music charts this week with “Mama’s Broken Heart,” but she certainly does not relate to its lyrics when it comes to– the Pistol Annies. Her fellow band member, Ashley Monroe, was the...
  • Your Morning Phil: Liriano trade, Gregg, Dunn

    Your Morning Phil: Liriano trade, Gregg, Dunn
    Talking baseball while hoping Kirk Hinrich gets well soon: 1. At some point every July, I make this point: The odds are always with the teams selling talent at the trade deadline, not the ones giving up prospects to try to meet short-term opportunities....
  • Reasons to enjoy Chicago baseball

    Reasons to enjoy Chicago baseball
    Chicago now has digested a month of uninspiring baseball on both sides of town. The reaction has me puzzled. "It's going to be a long summer," seems to be the most common response from fans and the media. No, it isn't. The Cubs and White Sox are on...
  • Danks could go on rehab assignment this week

    Danks could go on rehab assignment this week
    After throwing a bullpen session Sunday morning, White Sox left-hander John Danks hopes he can pitch off a mound soon, most likely in a minor league rehab start. “I‘m ready to face some hitters and that’s the way I gauge how I feel, get...
  • Kate Gosselin running Chicago race, 'Glee' star Chris Colfer appearing in Naperville, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters dines at Balena

    Kate Gosselin running Chicago race, 'Glee' star Chris Colfer appearing in Naperville, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters dines at Balena
    Reality TV star and mother of eight Kate Gosselin will run the Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago mini-marathon July 22 in Grant Park. What’s your excuse for not running? The former star of TLC's "Jon & Kate Plus 8" will take part in the 3 mile...
  • Sox need Peavy to pull a Sale

    Sox need Peavy to pull a Sale
    Don’t look now, but first place could become second place for the White Sox by Thursday night. They have lost the first two games of their home series to the vexing, dastardly Blue Jays, who seem to beat the Sox as regularly as the Indians seem...
  • Quintana is Spanish for 'Decision time, White Sox'

    Quintana is Spanish for 'Decision time, White Sox'
    Something has to give, and it ought to be Philip Humber. Or maybe Gavin Floyd. Whatever, someone has to give up his spot in the White Sox rotation to make room for Jose Quintana. The kid left-hander just went down to St. Louis and won his matchup...
  • Sox pitching coach copes

    Sox pitching coach copes
    What White Sox ace Chris Sale called a disgrace after his four-inning outing Tuesday, pitching coach Don Cooper brushed off as a bad day. What qualified as frustration Thursday for fellow Sox first-year starter Jose Quintana in a 5-3 loss to the Orioles,...