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  • 'R' is for realistic, Sox fans

    'R' is for realistic, Sox fans
    The magic of baseball is it brings out the kid in all of us. Given that, I'm channeling fond memories of "Sesame Street" in saying this perspective on the White Sox's 2013 season is brought to you by the letter "R." Rebuild The word that was once...
  • A cure for Chicago baseball ills?

    A cure for Chicago baseball ills?
    Some good news regarding the remaining baseball season: Gov. Quinn has announced the signing of the medical marijuana bill here in Illinois. Unless I'm mistaken, that means your doctor can prescribe it for you as a way of coping with having to watch...
  • 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...
  • Nothing to see with these Sox

    Nothing to see with these Sox
    You reach a point where you stop reading and watching. Of course with the White Sox, that implies at some point I started watching this season. I never did. So, no big deal that Jake Peavy has been sidelined (again? When is he not?) with a rib injury....
  • Former White Sox Latin America scout gets 1 year in prison

    Former White Sox Latin America scout gets 1 year in prison
    The White Sox’s former top scout for baseball-rich Latin America was sentenced to one year in federal prison today for collecting hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks from players given signing bonuses. "What is at issue here is baseball,...
  • Things will be better in 2015*

    Things will be better in 2015*
    Congratulations, you've almost made it to football season. To get you through the last stretch of unwatchable baseball, I'm going to tease you with a special "visions of the future" column because the present is unbearable. WARNING: The future will...
  • Buehrle's exit feels like Sox have gone from bad to Williams

    Buehrle's exit feels like Sox have gone from bad to Williams
    It was inevitable, but it still stinks. It stunk Wednesday afternoon when it became official, and it stinks worse this morning because it makes you want to fire somebody. Mark Buehrle signed with the Marlins. It’s not that Ozzie Guillen’s...
  • Wicked slider wasn't even in Humber's arsenal early last year

    Wicked slider wasn't even in Humber's arsenal early last year
    That pitch that got away from A.J. Pierzynski to end Phil Humber's perfect game Saturday? The same pitch that Michael Saunders and John Jaso couldn't lay off earlier in the ninth? Those were sliders, wicked, wicked sliders. "Hard, sharp and quick," said...
  • Position analysis: High bar for Rios in 2013

    Position analysis: High bar for Rios in 2013
    The only question for Alex Rios entering the 2013 season will be: Can he come close to repeating what he achieved in 2012, particularly in an odd-numbered season? Rios’ performance in 2012 was more than what general manager Ken Williams...
  • Sox position analysis: A.J. not easily replaced

    Sox position analysis: A.J. not easily replaced
    Two years ago, the Chicago White Sox were prepared to sign Miguel Olivo to a two-year contract before A.J. Pierzynski struck a last-minute deal that provided the team with one of its best values since the turn of this century. But there will be no...
  • Sox position analysis: Another chance for Morel

    Sox position analysis: Another chance for Morel
    David Wright? Mark De Rosa? Kevin Kouzmanoff? Placido Polanco? Scott Rolen? That’s the bulk of your 2012-13 free agent third basemen, unless you count first baseman Mark Reynolds, the only player to strike out more times in a single season than...