CHICAGO | Almost everyone believes the Detroit Tigers should be headed for greatness, playing to the end of October and snaring the Motor City’s third World Series title in 45 years.
A professional sports team is often identified with its coach or manager.
CHICAGO | It might have been like a bad Hollywood script, but it still was a good day in real life Saturday for Alex Rios in playing above the fences.
CHICAGO | It’s hard to read Robin Ventura to see if managing is his life’s calling.
CHICAGO | From the infield to the outfield, the White Sox are playing much better defense than they did during their listless start. And it's no coincidence that the wins are coming in bunches now.
CHICAGO | The White Sox have been in the wheels-falling-off-the-wagon stage for nearly two weeks, yet could always take comfort in a still-effective bullpen if they had the lead.
New helmets, strong enough to withstand a 100 mph fastball, will be the law of the land in Major League Baseball this season. Supposedly they will prevent concussions.
CHICAGO | The bad news was the White Sox flopped miserably in on-base percentage and runners-in-scoring position in 2012, two crucial numbers that caused the fatal collapse out of first place in late September.
The one convergence for our baseball teams is a goateed former OBP guru who was a folk hero with his last two teams and would be once again if he played in Wrigley Field.
Once you’re in the baseball circuit and have a good reputation, it’s much easier to move around, just like any other business.
CHICAGO | Following Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians, the underachieving White Sox must now face the cold facts.
CHICAGO | Like all White Sox pitchers, Chris Sale has a trump card – batterymate A.J. Pierzynski.
Major League Baseball teams have all reached the 100-game mark. The trading deadline is today. The stretch run is on.
When Ron Kittle puts his head down at night, he can’t say he’s back home in Indiana anymore.
Ryan Reithel spent much of the 1991 baseball season riding for an hour in his parents' car from their Merrillville home to a Chicago hospital, where he was being treated for Burkitt's lymphoma.
Well, sure, the White Sox and new manager Robin Ventura can engage in the kind of "hybrid" rebuilding in spring training to which general manager Ken Williams referred at SoxFest last month.
CHICAGO | This year's version of the Big Hurt is a budding beer baron.
Name incorrect: A caption in Friday editions listed an incorrect first name for White Sox manager Robin Ventura.
At the moment, the Cubs are tooling down scenic Lake Shore Drive in a Cadillac Escalade with the White Sox trying to keep up in their Nissan Micra.
Theo Epstein and his Boston posse, in.
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