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  • Who's the greatest pitcher of all time?

    Maddux dominant Kevin Cowherd Baltimore Sun OK, are we including cheaters? Or, ahem, alleged cheaters? If so, it's hard not to go with Mr. Steroid Scandal himself, Roger Clemens, with his 354 career wins, 3.12 ERA and 7 Cy Young Awards. But if...
  • We knew Ozzie was crazy, but calling Peavy his ace?

    We knew Ozzie was crazy, but calling Peavy his ace?
    The Detroit Tigers, who collapse worse in the second half of Jim Leyland’s seasons than the White Sox do in Ozzie Guillen’s, will start their Cy Young candidate Tuesday night. The Sox will start the guy Guillen calls his “ace.’&...
  • Astros Lose Again

    Astros Lose Again
    Brian Kingrey, a music teacher from Hammond, LA collected $1-million by becoming the first video game player to throw a perfect game in the MLB 2K11 "One Million Perfect Game Challenge." The pitcher of choice, 2010 National League Cy Young award winner...
  • Phil Rogers' All-City team

    Phil Rogers' All-City team
    One relies on power, the other on precision. One predicted a Cy Young season, the other only that he would do the best he could. One is a hulking right-hander from South America, the other a mid-sized left-hander from Middle America. Carlos Zambrano...
  • Mariners Fire Wakamatsu

    Mariners Fire Wakamatsu
    Q13 FOX News has learned that Seattle Mariners' Manager Don Wakamatsu has been relieved of his duties. General Manager of Baseball Operations Jack Zduriencik met with Wakamatsu Monday morning and informed him of the decision. In addition, Zduriencik...
  • Mark 'The Bird' Fidrych dies at 54; quirky young pitcher enthralled Tigers fans in '76

    Mark "The Bird" Fidrych, whose offbeat antics electrified the city of Detroit and charmed baseball fans everywhere during one of the unlikeliest seasons of glory in major league history, died Monday. He was 54. Fidrych was found under his 10-wheel dump...
  • Re-signing Mark Buehrle sure looks good now

    Some rules, like records, are made to be broken. Thank goodness that Jerry Reinsdorf didn't let one of his unwritten ones get in the way of his baseball franchise a few years back. Reinsdorf is a strong believer in limiting ownership's risk by not...
  • President Bush 'troubled' by Mitchell Report

    President Bush said yesterday that baseball players and owners must take seriously the Mitchell Report on steroid use, but he cautioned against jumping to conclusions about the players named. "My hope is that this report is a part of putting the...
  • White Sox's winning streak ends at 7 games

    White Sox's winning streak ends at 7 games
    Javier Vazquez saved the White Sox's recently taxed bullpen and snapped out of his slump Thursday night. But despite pitching a complete game and allowing only four hits, Vazquez and the Sox finally ran into a roadblock they couldn't avert. That...
  • This date in Chicago White Sox history

    July 20 1973 -- Wilbur Wood of the White Sox lost both ends of a doubleheader to the New York Yankees, 12-2 and 7-0. July 22 1962 -- Floyd Robinson of the White Sox had six singles in six at-bats in a 7-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox. July 24...
  • Dempster posts road win as Cubs blank Astros

    Dempster posts road win as Cubs blank Astros
    When the Cubs return to Minute Maid Park in September, Lou Piniella insists the players won't have to take batting practice. The left-field wall is so inviting, Piniella argued, that some players try to "knock the pumpkins off the train" that runs on a...