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  • Jerry Brewer: Piniella motivational speaker once more during speech

    Near the end of his Mariners' Hall of Fame acceptance speech, Lou Piniella transformed from gracious retired legend to motivational skipper once more. He had reminisced Saturday for the bulk of his 25-minute speech about the good ol' days, telling...
  • Adam Eaton injury gives Jordan Danks another shot

    Adam Eaton injury gives Jordan Danks another shot
    SEATTLE — When the White Sox optioned outfielder Jordan Danks to Triple-A Charlotte in early May, he didn't question the move. "It was the first time I got sent down and I said, 'It actually makes sense this time,'" Danks said. "I was getting into...
  • Larry Stone: Piniella a worthy entrant of Mariners Hall of Fame

    Over and over, at a Safeco Field ceremony Friday to honor Lou Piniella's induction into the Mariners' Hall of Fame, the same topic resurfaced. No, it wasn't Piniella's legendary managerial tantrums, though that was certainly part of the narrative....
  • Sox offense still missing in 4-1 loss to Mariners

    Sox offense still missing in 4-1 loss to Mariners
    SEATTLE – The White Sox offense has been missing a spark over the last week, including during Friday’s 4-1 loss to the Mariners, and it hasn’t helped that leadoff hitter Adam Eaton continues to battle various injuries. Eaton felt...
  • Tailspin infectious for White Sox relievers

    Tailspin infectious for White Sox relievers
    SEATTLE — White Sox bullpen coach Bobby Thigpen said he knows from experience what it can be like to be a part of a relief staff that collectively is "snowballing in a bad way." Entering Friday night's game against the Mariners at Safeco Field,...
  • M's crush White Sox, 13-3

    SEATTLE The Seattle Mariners used the long ball to open up a floodgate of runs the most in a game this season while rolling to a third straight victory on Thursday night at Safeco Field. Long ball? Yes, you know a home run where a pitched ball is hit...
  • Safety first isn't in Adam Eaton's playbook

    Safety first isn't in Adam Eaton's playbook
    SEATTLE — White Sox first-base coach Daryl Boston said center fielder Adam Eaton should have felt the warning track Wednesday against the Rangers. Eaton obviously should have had a feel for where the rapidly approaching fence was instead of...
  • Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton's 27th homer inconsequentional, not insignificant

    Down 7-0 with two out in the ninth inning at the time, Giancarlo Stanton’s 27th homer Thursday was inconsequential in terms of the outcome, but it wasn’t devoid of significance. Stanton had gone 10 career games at PNC Park without putting...
  • Another ugly loss for White Sox

    Another ugly loss for White Sox
    SEATTLE – The White Sox have had their shares of ups and downs in this 2014 rebuilding season, but the last five days have been about as ugly a stretch as they’ve gone through all season.   With a 13-3 loss to the Mariners on Thursday...
  • Mariners mash four homers, wallop White Sox

    The Sports Xchange By Scott Johnson, The Sports Xchange Mariners mash four homers, wallop White Sox SEATTLE -- Two teams headed in opposite directions met Thursday night in the series opener at Safeco Field, and the result reflected the clubs'...
  • Columnist says Phils' Burnett one of most likely yet to be traded

    The non-waiver trading deadline brought a flurry of moves July 31 that included ace left-handers Jon Lester and David Price changing teams. However, that wasn't the end of the wheeling and dealing. Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels was claimed by...