1. Defense, Relief Cost Chicago White Sox Series Finale Against Baltimore Orioles

    The White Sox were in cruise control behind what could only be called stellar pitching. Starters Gavin Floyd, Javier Vazquez, Mark Buehrle, John Danks, and Jose Contreras all went seven innings and allowed two runs or less...

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  2. Forgetting the Ghosts of US Cellular Field: Nick Swisher is the New Aaron Rowand

    Any Chicago White Sox fan born within the last four years remembers the miraculous run that the South Siders had as they marched on towards their first World Series title in 88 years...

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  3. White Sox-Orioles: Business As Usual, Chicago Wins with Pitching in Opener

    The Chicago White Sox left the Windy City winning four out of seven games in their first home stand on the young 2008 season...

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  4. Danks, Quentin Lead White Sox to Split Over Oakland A's

    White Sox starter John Danks had not won a game since July 16, 2007. That is, until April 15, 2008. John Danks took the ball after White Sox ace Mark Buehrle pitched an excellent ball game the night before...

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  5. Roster Battles: Chicago White Sox Have No Room for Jerry Owens

    Coming into spring training for the 2008 season, the Chicago White Sox had a strict idea of how their lineup would shape up.Both Kenny Williams and Ozzie Guillen had the fleet-footed Jerry Owens penciled in as the leadoff hitter...

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  6. Unable to Keep the Fire: Chicago White Sox Drop First Game to the Oakland A's

    After outscoring the struggling Tigers 20-5 over the weekend series, the best offensive team in the American League welcomed the young Oakland Athletics to the South Side of Chicago...

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  7. Roster Battles: White Sox Settle on Joe Crede

    "Light it up!" shouted former White Sox pitcher and current radio announcer, Ed Farmer as Joe Crede's first Grand Slam of the season, fifth of his career...

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  8. Windy City Repeat: White Sox Take Two out of Three in Weekend Series

    After coming home from a four and two road trip, the Chicago White Sox split a two game series with Minnesota and took two out of three against Detroit...

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  9. Motor City Meltdown: Chicago White Sox Sweep Detroit at Comerica

    Sunday night, in front of a nationwide audience on ESPN 2, the Detroit Tigers were fighting to keep from being swept at home in six games...

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  10. Opening Day: More of 2007 for the 2008 Chicago White Sox?

    The Chicago White Sox ace came off what most experts and fans would call an excellent season with a dismal team. Crafty lefty Mark Buehrle finished off last season with a ten and nine record with a 3...

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  11. Chicago White Sox: The Shocks of Opening Day

    Just two weeks into spring training, Manager Ozzie Guillen came out and said that the Opening Day second baseman and leadoff hitter for the 2008 Chicago White Sox would be Pablo Ozuna.Ozzie justified his answer by saying that Ozuna's career ...

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  12. Chicago White Sox: 2008 Offensive Preview

    Today Manager Ozzie Guillen might have filled out the lineup card that would be the blue-print for the rest of the season, or maybe, just opening day.1. Pablo Ozuna—2B2. Orlando Cabrera—SS3...

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  13. The Fall of Another Leadoff Hitter: Chicago White Sox Lose Jerry Owens

    During one of the most memorable runs in Chicago sports history, Scott Podsednik led off and played left field for nearly 130 games while the White Sox marched towards the first World Series title the city of Chicago had seen in 88 years...

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  14. Chicago White Sox: The Battle at Third

    As of March 22nd, the Giants claimed Jose Castillo off waivers. He was brought in, one can only assume, to solve the "Hot Corner" problem for the Giants.This has several repercussions...

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  15. Chicago White Sox: A Glimpse of 2008

    Just five days after rumors of the Chicago White Sox placing Juan Uribe on waivers, he has the Spring Training game of his life.He's playing, more than anything, for a trade. Along with him, Bryan Anderson is as well...

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