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  • Here's an idea if Ozzie talks his way out of town

    Here's an idea if Ozzie talks his way out of town
    Ozzie Guillen says a lot of things, or at least is quoted as saying a lot of things. Most of them are true. Some of them reveal surprising insecurity. He apparently needs to be needed more often and to a greater degree than you’d think a cocky,...
  • The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox

    The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox
    Sergio Santos came on to get a four-out save against the Cubs on Tuesday night, and you couldn’t help but play what-if. The save was Santos’ 13th in 15 tries. He faced the 4-5-6-7 hitters and struck out three of them. And you couldn’t...
  • Sox could use some relief after wild loss

    Sox could use some relief after wild loss
    In the end, Sunday's scheduled starter Philip Humber was warming up, ready to pitch the 15th inning if needed. Yes, it was that kind of night for the Chicago White Sox. Humber wasn’t needed because four unearned runs, caused by a throwing error by...
  • Sox's Guillen: Let's get back to hitting basics

    Sox's Guillen: Let's get back to hitting basics
    The White Sox's offensive woes this season have been well-documented, from the early struggles of Juan Pierre to the ongoing ones for Adam Dunn, Alex Rios and Gordon Beckham. The Sox were ninth in American League hitting Wednesday and manager Ozzie...
  • Hello, is anybody home at Ken Williams' place?

    Hello, is anybody home at Ken Williams' place?
    No batting practice. No videos, No coaching. No nothing. White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen went old-school before Wednesday’s matinee against the awfulRoyals. Guillen also wanted to make fun of Kansas City’s starting pitcher. “Have you...
  • Rios stinks, but still starts, and that stinks, too

      There are so many White Sox players to rip thse days --- jeez, all year --- after they dumped three of four to a Twins team that is worse than the Sox, which followed dumping two of three against a Royals team that is worse than everybody in the...
  • Congratulations, Sox: You've made Edwin Jackson untouchable

    Congratulations, Sox: You've made Edwin Jackson untouchable
    As the White Sox come out of the All-Star break, two things seem certain: One, Ozzie Guillen’s teams will play under .500, and two, Kenny Williams will play toy soldiers. In Guillen’s seven previous seasons, the Sox are a combined 13 games...
  • White Sox Beat Tigers in Guillen's Return

    White Sox Beat Tigers in Guillen's Return
    Edwin Jackson tossed a shutout to lead the Chicago White Sox past the Detroit Tigers, 5-0, in the middle contest of a three-game series. The shutout was Jackson's first since the former Tiger threw a no-hitter on June 25, 2010, as a member of the...
  • Maholm pitches Cubs to 5-1 win over Phillies

    Maholm pitches Cubs to 5-1 win over Phillies
    Cubs manager Dale Sveum said the other day he was hoping the trip to Philadelphia would help his team with the long ball since Citizens Bank Park is a notorious bandbox. But, as luck would have it, a stuff wind was blowing in from left field, making it...
  • Orioles notes: Markakis finds his home a lonely place during a road trip

    Orioles notes: Markakis finds his home a lonely place during a road trip
    Having never been on the disabled list in his career, Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis is finding it's almost as painful being away from the team as it is dealing with hamate bone surgery. "It [stunk]," said Markakis, who was in the clubhouse Friday....
  • Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6

    Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6
    Earlier this year, when Jake Arrieta was named the Orioles' youngest Opening Day starter since Mike Mussina, he talked about the magnitude of the honor and the leadership responsibility it carried. Feeling fully recovered from August elbow surgery,...