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Robin Ventura

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  • Answering the Ventura question

    Answering the Ventura question
    Just before the All-Star break last week, as the White Sox continued to find new and exciting ways to continue their season-long death spiral, Robin Ventura said he wanted to come back to manage the team in 2014. Should the Sox want him to come back?...
  • Your Morning Phil: Sweeney, Ventura, Sale

    Your Morning Phil: Sweeney, Ventura, Sale
    Talking baseball while wondering if LeBron James and his kingsmen are taking the Bulls seriously. 1. When the Cubs get around to trading Alfonso Soriano, it would be ideal to have a homegrown replacement ready. There are none in sight, however, as Brett...
  • Your Morning Phil: Crain, Cooper, Sveum

    Your Morning Phil: Crain, Cooper, Sveum
    Talking baseball while wondering how the Blackhawks can overcome the Patrice Bergeron face-off factor. 1. The White Sox don’t play the Tigers until July. Could Jesse Crain be closing games against his old team when the teams meet in Detroit before...
  • Sox have more to lose — and they do

    Sox have more to lose — and they do
    Where have you gone, Carlos Zambrano? You too, Milton Bradley? On a night when the city was glued to a hockey game in Detroit, the 17th edition of the City Series began with thousands of empty seats at U.S. Cellular Field, each reflecting Chicago's...
  • Peavy trade had to be made

     Peavy trade had to be made
    Over breakfast Wednesday morning, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn confronted one of few people who didn't understand why he traded Jake Peavy to the Red Sox to hasten a South Side rebuilding project long overdue. Hahn's 8-year-old son, Charlie,...
  • Brian Urlacher to appear in Goodman Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol'

    Brian Urlacher to appear in Goodman Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol'
    Brian Urlacher is ready to tackle a holiday classic. The Fox Sports 1 analyst and retired Bear will make a one-night-only cameo Dec. 27 in the Goodman Theatre’s 36th anniversary production of “A Christmas Carol.” Urlacher will appear...
  • Replay plan far beyond what anyone bargained for

    Replay plan far beyond what anyone bargained for
    After years of digging in his heels over cries for baseball to add an NFL-style replay system, Bud Selig has signed off on a proposal that sounds a whole lot like the NFL system, except that its scope is even broader. It will create arguably the worst...
  • Your Morning Phil: Playoffs, Dunn, Goldschmidt

    Your Morning Phil: Playoffs, Dunn, Goldschmidt
    Talking baseball while wondering how many PGA Tour players will sneak into town to look at Conway Farms this week:  1. Where did the playoff race drama go? If anyone knows where we can find a time machine, we could turn this into one of the greatest...
  • Who's best Sox position player? (Trick question)

    Who's best Sox position player? (Trick question)
    For those of you scoring at home, that was eight runs, seven hits, two walks and two errors. In just the fourth inning. Leave it to the White Sox to out-disaster this season’s disaster. The Sox waited through a long rain delay, then took to...
  • Danks brothers show some life for Sox

    Danks brothers show some life for Sox
    Signs of life. That's what you are searching for when you come to Chicago ballparks in 2013, and some days you just go home shaking your head. The players do that too, by the way. They're carrying the weight of this awful season, one in which the...
  • Your Morning Phil: Braves, Sale, Castillo

    Your Morning Phil: Braves, Sale, Castillo
    Talking baseball while wondering if the Packers are worried yet: 1. Poor Mike Burkhart. Under normal circumstances, few people in baseball have tougher jobs than the guy who runs the tiny, antiquated visiting clubhouse behind the first-base dugout at...