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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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  • There's much that bears watching regarding Cubs and White Sox

    There's much that bears watching regarding Cubs and White Sox
    MESA, Ariz. — Devoted Cubs fan George McCaskey, representing the Bears at the NFL owners meetings a few cacti down the road, took advantage of the boondoggle to attend a weekend spring-training game at Sloan Park. Did McCaskey see a Cubs team...
  • Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million

    Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million
    The Marlins this offseason initiated conversations with several of their young players about multi-year extensions. Those discussions are about to yield an agreement. A source confirmed the club and Gold Glove-winning outfielder Christian Yelich are...
  • Donaldson, Buehrle lead Blue Jays past Phillies

    Donaldson, Buehrle lead Blue Jays past Phillies
    CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Josh Donaldson homered and Mark Buehrle threw two scoreless innings in his spring debut as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 Saturday. Buehrle worked around two straight singles by the Phillies to...
  • Haren's effectiveness doesn't hinge on velocity

    Haren's effectiveness doesn't hinge on velocity
    — As recently as 2008 Dan Haren threw 96 mph. He no longer has that in his back pocket, but what he does have continues to do the job. Like just about every other guy who makes his living 60-feet, 6-inches from home plate, Haren has lost...
  • What's on deck today at spring training

    What to watch for today at spring training: ___ WELCOME BACK Shortstop Jose Iglesias is set to play one inning when Detroit hosts Florida Southern. He missed all of last season because of stress fractures in both legs. Iglesias hit a combined .303...
  • Timing everything for Cubs' Kris Bryant and White Sox's Carlos Rodon

    Timing everything for Cubs' Kris Bryant and White Sox's Carlos Rodon
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Top prospects Kris Bryant and Carlos Rodon are in the same boat on opposite sides of the valley. One of the biggest questions facing the Cubs in Mesa this spring is whether Bryant will get a chance to start the season at third...
  • John Danks looks to cut down on homers, shore up back of White Sox rotation

    John Danks looks to cut down on homers, shore up back of White Sox rotation
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — John Danks said he would pit the top of the White Sox rotation against anybody. He considers the trio of Chris Sale, Jeff Samardzija and Jose Quintana one of the toughest in baseball. The left-hander also knows the heightened...
  • Haren 'ready to get going' with Marlins

    Haren 'ready to get going' with Marlins
    JUPITER Dan Haren did in fact consider retirement, but it had nothing to do with the December trade that sent him from the Dodgers to the Marlins. Speaking Friday morning before the club's first pitchers and catchers workout, Haren assured his...
  • 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,...