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  • The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox

    The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox
    Sergio Santos came on to get a four-out save against the Cubs on Tuesday night, and you couldn’t help but play what-if. The save was Santos’ 13th in 15 tries. He faced the 4-5-6-7 hitters and struck out three of them. And you couldn’t...
  • And Peavy makes six

    And Peavy makes six
    Jake Peavy can dominate opposing hitters as well as he can dominate the disabled list. For 90 pitches or so, anyway. Peavy said his start against the Cubs on Wednesday night was a struggle, and not just with catcher A.J. Pierzynski, whatever that was....
  • Balls and strikes from Cubs and Sox

    Balls and strikes from Cubs and Sox
    What we learned from City Series, Part One: A.J. Pierzynski is good on triples until 2013. Pierzynski is good on (bleeping) off teammates until then, too. Starlin Castro is money. Mark Buehrle remains an Interleague Hall-of-Famer. Brent Morel knows...
  • Hardy's homer doesn't hold up, as White Sox beat O's 7-6

    Hardy's homer doesn't hold up, as White Sox beat O's 7-6
    The momentum that shifted over to the home team when J.J. Hardy's go-ahead three-run homer sailed into the left-field seats in the bottom of the seventh inning lasted all of a couple of minutes before the Orioles reminded everyone why they have the...
  • Showalter ejected, offense rejected in Orioles' 4-3 loss to White Sox

    Showalter ejected, offense rejected in Orioles' 4-3 loss to White Sox
    When third base umpire Phil Cuzzi incorrectly called Nick Markakis out at third base on a steal attempt in the fifth inning of the Chicago White Sox's 4-3 victory Tuesday night, the Orioles began an inevitable limp toward their ninth defeat in 11 games....
  • Inconsistent Tillman hit around in O's 6-3 loss to White Sox

    Inconsistent Tillman hit around in O's 6-3 loss to White Sox
    What's kept right-hander Chris Tillman from sticking in the majors, and what has frustrated everyone who has watched the talented young right-hander in his three seasons with the Orioles, is his maddening inability to maintain consistency from one start...
  • Orioles already facing key test in quest to winning season

    Orioles already facing key test in quest to winning season
    After starting with three straight victories over the Minnesota Twins, the Orioles failed their first test of the young season by being swept by the New York Yankees at Camden Yards. They played competitively with the Bronx Bombers -- taking two games to...
  • Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero

    Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero
    The Orioles have expressed some interest in the lone viable free-agent closer, Francisco Cordero, according to an industry source. Although discussions are not considered far along, the Orioles have inquired about the 36-year-old right-hander, who has...
  • Orioles target Cordero reportedly agrees with Blue Jays

    Orioles target Cordero reportedly agrees with Blue Jays
    The obvious “one that got away” for the Orioles on Tuesday was first baseman Prince Fielder -- though I have been arguing all offseason that you have to be in the game to lose. And the Orioles were never in the game. They never had any...
  • Peavy: lots of talk, little sense

    Peavy: lots of talk, little sense
    Jake Peavy said he doesn’t know if he’s “100 percent (compared) to what I was four years ago,’’ but he’s still collecting 100 percent of that trade-choking salary, you betcha. Peavy said he wants to pitch 200 innings,...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    Ken Williams has the enviable position of seemingly being the only Chicago executive immune from the pressure to win and perform. In recent years we have seen all the Chicago franchises clean house. The Chairman needs to pocket his loyalty and let...