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  • Robin Ventura has good feeling about future

     Robin Ventura has good feeling about future
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — As he heads into the final week of the season, White Sox manager Robin Ventura isn't ready for a self-evaluation of his third year at the club's helm. "I'm going to let Rick (Hahn) evaluate that," Ventura said Saturday...
  • John Danks eager to end tough season on good note

    John Danks eager to end tough season on good note
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — White Sox left-hander John Danks has had his share of troubles in the second half of the season, so when he took a no-hitter into the sixth inning Sunday against the Rays, he relished just thinking about the possibility....
  • Avisail Garcia gets a different view in Detroit

    Avisail Garcia gets a different view in Detroit
    DETROIT — Two years ago, Avisail Garcia spent his fall helping the Tigers reach the World Series. Before his return to Comerica Park on Monday, Sox manager Robin Ventura said the 23-year-old right fielder might learn something being on the...
  • Jake Petricka part of White Sox bullpen of future

    Jake Petricka part of White Sox bullpen of future
    DETROIT — The White Sox often have preached that experience for young relievers like Jake Petricka is the positive of the bullpen's collectively tough 2014. Pitching in a tie game Tuesday night against the top of the Tigers order and an...
  • Our top 5 Paul Konerko accomplishments

    Our top 5 Paul Konerko accomplishments
    Seventeen years ago, Paul Konerko made his major league debut with the L.A. Dodgers. But his career was only just beginning—he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds and in 1999 was dealt to the White Sox. Almost two decades later, he's a Chicago...
  • Fiery ending to Chris Sale's season

    Fiery ending to Chris Sale's season
    DETROIT — Chris Sale walked off the field for the last time in 2014 bobbing his head in defiance to the boos of Tigers fans Wednesday at Comerica Park. The White Sox left-hander’s last inning of the season was a fiery one, complete with an...
  • Paul Konerko: playing ball with dignity

    Even though I'm a lifelong Cubs fan, I still applaud the Chicago Tribune sports section for its outstanding articles about White Sox captain Paul Konerko's retirement.  Too often, sports figures make headlines for their exploits off the playing field....
  • Bravo to the Bears defense—whoever they are

    Bravo to the Bears defense—whoever they are
    It's Packers week, and I'm marking it down as a "win." A bold move, but we're there. It's not that the Bears are great, it's that the Packers are not. The Bears, if they were a car, I would have them solidly in "Buick" territory. They're more than a...
  • Adam Eaton makes chasing fly balls exciting

    When most people see a perfectly good wall, their first inclination isn't to run right into it at full speed. Then again, most people aren't White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton. "It's fun," the 25-year-old said recently, smiling. "I enjoy it. When you can...
  • Adam Dunn won't rush retirement decision

    Adam Dunn won't rush retirement decision
    White Sox captain Paul Konerko recognizes that every player's retirement decision is different, so he had just one nugget of advice for Adam Dunn on Monday. "Just take your time," Konerko said. Dunn's four-year, $56 million contract with the Sox is up...
  • Wei-Yin Chen, three home runs power Orioles to 4-3 win over White Sox

    Wei-Yin Chen, three home runs power Orioles to 4-3 win over White Sox
    CHICAGO -- The way the red-hot Orioles are playing these days, no deficit seems insurmountable. So when left-hander Wei-Yin Chen quickly fell behind the Chicago White Sox in the first inning Wednesday night, it seemed as if it was only a matter of...