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Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's margin of error was so thin Tuesday night that one pitch cost Freddy Garcia a no-hitter, a shutout and a shot at a well-deserved victory over 2004 American League Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana. Jacque Jones ended a suspenseful...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox took their best shot Friday night at nemesis Johan Santana in the first inning. Unfortunately for the Sox, Santana was barely grazed, and Jon Garland suffered a pounding reminiscent of the early-season woes that gave him some self-doubt....
Tags: Contracts, Minnesota, Ozzie Guillen, Jeff Nelson, Paul Konerko
Tribune staff reporterWith first-place Detroit in the early stages of snapping a five-game losing streak Monday night at Boston, the White Sox provided their own form of satisfaction. An eight-run fourth inning provided plenty of comfort, and Jon Garland coasted through seven...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox boast a 22-15 record in games against left-handed starters, including a triumph over five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson. But as they head down the stretch toward a probable American League Central title, they have shown some...
Tribune staff reporterOrlando Hernandez regained the winning feeling Tuesday night that had eluded him since July 29. Whether Hernandez pitched impressively enough for the White Sox to decide on a five- or six-man rotation for the rest of the season remains to be seen, but...
Tribune staff reporterImprovement in late-inning relief and fundamentals made April 2006 just as sweet for the White Sox as the start of last year's championship season. They matched last April's 17-7 mark in impressive style Sunday, capping a rare three-game sweep at Angel...
Tags: Joe Crede, Ozzie Guillen, Tim Salmon, Matt Thornton, Neal Cotts
Tribune staff reporterThe pounding was so convincing Friday that there was no need for the gamesmanship or brushback pitches that highlighted their last City Series in May. The White Sox reinforced their major-league-best credentials at the expense of the cross-town Cubs as...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox finished their June barnstorming with a 6-1 victory Thursday and a three-game sweep of the Tigers, wrapping up the month with some impressive numbers: An 18-7 mark in June, improving to 26-5 in the American League Central. A season-high...
Tribune staff reporterThey signed baseballs for each other, exchanged telephone numbers and hugs, tipped their support staff and teased each other about their fantasy football teams. But the camaraderie ended Sunday for the 2006 White Sox following their 5-1 loss to...
Tribune staff reporterIt's downright scary what's happening with the White Sox right now. Having the confidence to know you're going to win is one thing. Predicting how you're going to do it is quite another. And so it was that Joe Crede and Alex Cintron were the heroes...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's perseverance paid off Thursday, but their depth could be put to the test this weekend. Thanks to newcomers Geoff Blum and Bobby Jenks, the Sox pulled out a zany 2-1 victory over American League Central rival Minnesota in 10 innings....
Tribune staff reporterIf it wasn't June and it wasn't just 61 games into the season, you would have sworn Saturday the White Sox had just repeated as World Series champions as they mobbed each other at home plate like Little Leaguers. And what was the cause of this...
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