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Tribune staff reporterThis was Esteban Loaiza's day, and the last thing manager Jerry Manuel wanted to do was upstage him. But after being asked about his emotions following the White Sox's final home game of 2003, Manuel acknowledged feeling a degree of sadness and...
Tribune staff reporterThe unofficial start of summer on Monday became the official start of Sox-watching season on the South Side. But in spite of a crowd of 43,781, the largest at Comiskey Park in almost a year, the New York Yankees dealt the White Sox a knockout blow...
Tribune staff reporterThe Minnesota Twins were ready to celebrate on the field Sunday in Cleveland, but rain in New York forced them to postpone the party until the bus trip to Detroit. The Twins officially became American League Central Division champions after the White Sox...
Times Staff WriterBen Affleck is the most perplexing of movie stars: the parts he's been in haven't necessarily suited him or made him seem comfortable. Until now. As the blind "Daredevil," overmatched defense attorney by day, fearless vigilante crusader for justice by...
Tags: Entertainment, Colin Farrell, Death, David Keith, Drama (genre)
Tribune staff reporterBefore Thursday's 4-3 White Sox victory, manager Ozzie Guillen was asked—yet again—if Billy Koch was his closer. "Yes, right now he is," Guillen said—yet again. And—yet again—when it came time for the closer to come into a game to nail down a victory in...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 13, 1999 People bring out the best in Eddie Murphy: the more of them he plays on screen, the drop-dead funnier he becomes. While Murphy doesn't turn into an entire family in "Bowfinger" as he did in "The Nutty Professor," he is...
ChicagoSports.comWe're going to try our hardest to channel the ghost of Old Tomato Face himself, Cubs Hall of Famer Gabby Hartnett, as the Cubs and Yankees get it on in a rematch of the 1938 World Series--or as some might call it: Jeter vs. The Cheater. No surprise...
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 21, 1997 Since their initial, countercultural collaboration--writing The Monkees' movie "Head"--Jack Nicholson and Bob Rafelson have certainly gone down different paths. But their occasional associations have composed a mini-ouevre...
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