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Juan Pierre

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  • 10 years later, Bartman remains enigma

    10 years later, Bartman remains enigma
    As the 10-year anniversary of the most talked-about moment in Cubs history approaches, it turns out everyone was wrong all along. Touching the famous foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series wasn't the worst thing to happen to...
  • Marlins top Mets, snap nine-game skid

    MIAMI Mike Redmond could not have received a better anniversary present. A 31-year-old rookie appearing in his second major league game put the Marlins on the board in the seventh with an RBI-single. Three batters later the 29-year-old with almost 3,500...
  • Position analysis: Sox center field

    Position analysis: Sox center field
    One previously annoying question the White Sox won’t have to answer this winter is “Who will be your leadoff batter?” In addition to playing a deep but serviceable center field, Alejandro De Aza silenced most of the gripes about the...
  • Power rankings: No. 7 Phillies

    Power rankings: No. 7 Phillies
    No. 7 Phillies: 24th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Tigers. Last memory of the 2011 Phillies? That's easy. It's Ryan Howard hitting a grounder to Cardinals second baseman Nick Punto, heading disgustedly toward first base and then...
  • Wait, Zambrano's the poised one?

    Wait, Zambrano's the poised one?
    Before the first game of this year’s White Sox-Cubs series, I asked a question that I’d like to revisit now that we have a result. Who would go crazier: Cubs runners on Gavin Floyd or the flash mob in Carlos Zambrano’s head? Answer:...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    What is it about baseball that requires/supports such a large minor-league system, compared to the NFL or NBA? Is baseball really that much more difficult to master that it takes years in the minors to improve enough to advance the major-league level? I...
  • Your morning Phil: Silva, Dempster, Milledge

    Your morning Phil: Silva, Dempster, Milledge
    Talking baseball while saying goodbye to Elizabeth Taylor: 1. There's nothing harder for baseball managers and executives at this time of the year than considering tomorrow as well as today. These guys are held to such a high level of accountability...
  • The Sox are done, so Williams had better get started

    It doesn’t do any good to fire Ozzie Guillen. It doesn’t do any good because he’s not to blame. The White Sox players are. Blame them. Trade them. This Sox season is o-vuh. Sox management shoved “All In,’’...
  • White Sox cap 6-3 West Coast trip by beating A's

    White Sox cap 6-3 West Coast trip by beating A's
    OAKLAND, Calif. — After completing a 6-3 West Coast trip Sunday with a harrowing 4-3 win over the Athletics, manager Ozzie Guillen made a request for the White Sox. "Go home and play better for our fans," he said. "They deserve that. We owe them...
  • Pierre, Dunn only lefties in Sox lineup vs. Lilly

    Pierre, Dunn only lefties in Sox lineup vs. Lilly
    Juan Pierre and Adam Dunn were the only left-handed hitters in the Chicago White Sox lineup as they opened a weekend series against southpaw Ted Lilly and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Ramon Castro replaced A. J. Pierzynski at catcher and Brent Morel and...
  • Book Review: 'Stan Musial' by George Vecsey

    Book Review: 'Stan Musial' by George Vecsey
    Stan Musial An American Life George Vecsey Ballantine/ESPN Books: 397 pp., $26.00 Here is a theory I have: There are three kinds of baseball players — the Good, the Great and the Gods. In the first category is everybody who made it to the...