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Mark Buehrle

Mark Buehrle
A collection of news and information related to Mark Buehrle published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • White Sox in no particular hurry for Carlos Rodon to join rotation

    White Sox in no particular hurry for Carlos Rodon to join rotation
    Don Cooper watched Carlos Rodon throw a half-dozen pitches Thursday before his mind was made up. "This is early, but the first thing I knew right away, and the first thing I can tell Chicago White Sox fans: We're going to have another good one coming...
  • Cubs' Jon Lester has no time for proponents of shortening games

    Cubs' Jon Lester has no time for proponents of shortening games
    America’s favorite pastime is taking way too much time, many people believe. The average major-league game lasted 3 hours, 8 minutes in 2014. That is the longest of any year in MLB history, according to Baseball Prospectus, which has archived data...
  • Who won the winter meetings? We'll find out in the fall

    SAN DIEGO — The flurry of activity at this year's winter meetings was in stark contrast to last year in Orlando, Fla., when there were no mega-signings or blockbuster deals. This was more like an old school meetings, with stars such as Matt Kemp,...
  • Marlins not in rush on deals for Fernandez, Yelich, others

    Marlins not in rush on deals for Fernandez, Yelich, others
    The record-breaking contract consummated with Giancarlo Stanton signaled a dramatic shift for the Miami Marlins as they ensured yet another home-grown star would not move on before he became too expensive to keep. Further indication has come since...
  • White Sox rotation suddenly a whole lot stronger

    White Sox rotation suddenly a whole lot stronger
    SAN DIEGO — The White Sox made a statement at the winter meetings with the acquisition of Jeff Samardzija and the deal with free agent closer David Robertson, showing they're ready again to play meaningful games in September. This apparently is...
  • Marlins' Christian Yelich wins first Gold Glove

    Marlins' Christian Yelich wins first Gold Glove
    The first time Christian Yelich played in the outfield he didn’t know where to stand. After his first full season in the major leagues, the young Miami Marlin stands atop all left fielders in the National League for fielding excellence. Yelich,...
  • Cuánto vale Giancarlo Stanton?

    Cuánto vale Giancarlo Stanton?
    Mientras Giancarlo Stanton sigue coleccionando premios individuales y su valor en el mercado continúa aumentando, los Marlins se preguntan cuánto tendrán que invertir para conservar los servicios del gran slugger de Miami. ¿$150, $175, $200 millones?...
  • Carlos Rodon could start 2015 in White Sox rotation, bullpen or minors

    It's strange to think of the Royals as a role model for the White Sox after all those years of mediocrity in Kansas City. But that's exactly where things stand as offseason maneuvering begins. "They played us well all year," Sox general manager Rick...
  • Giancarlo Stanton agrees to $325-million contract with Miami Marlins

    The Miami Marlins, publicly rebuked four years ago for not spending enough money on player salaries, are set to make outfielder Giancarlo Stanton the highest-paid athlete in North American sports history. The Marlins and Stanton have agreed on a 13-year...
  • White Sox's Alexei Ramirez, Adam Eaton named Gold Glove finalists

    White Sox's Alexei Ramirez, Adam Eaton named Gold Glove finalists
    Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez and center fielder Adam Eaton were named finalists for the Rawlings Gold Glove Award at their positions in the American League on Thursday. Ramirez joins the Orioles’ J.J. Hardy and the Royals’...
  • El Blog de Aurelio: Juegos completos, una hazaña en peligro de extinción

    El Blog de Aurelio: Juegos completos, una hazaña en peligro de extinción
    Si nunca ha escuchado de un tal William Henry White, a quien apodaban “Whoop-La”, no se preocupe. Mucha gente no tiene idea de quién se trata, aunque este lanzador de finales del siglo XIX fue un monstruo.   White posee varios récords,...