Hope and possibility are just a matter of time, at least for Chicago baseball.
It’s no secret Ozzie Guillen kept a loose clubhouse, but just how loose was it?
Kenny Williams lost his poker bet, after he pushed Jerry Reinsdorf’s chips to the middle of the table and birthed a regrettable marketing slogan.
The 32-year-old left-hander is in the last year of his contract. While there has been speculation that Buehrle will retire after this season, he squashed those rumors Monday, telling a group of reporters he’s looking for a multi-year deal.
I wish I knew which train was carrying the dirty bomb. Trust me, I’d have told you. Nuclear launch codes? Sure. Um…Tango, Echo, five, seven, Foxtrot, seven, niner? No? Can I try again?
As baseball’s general managers’ meetings convened in Orlando, Florida, few attendees arrived with more heavy lifting to do than Kenny Williams.
John Danks (8-7, 3.29 ERA) kept a no-hitter going into the seventh when Angels center fielder Reggie Willits singled to break up the party. Danks stayed dominant, however, and finished off nine strong innings on […]
It hasn’t been often that the Sox have put up 10 runs in a game, although the Cubs pitching staff seemed to be the panacea for their hitting woes. AJ Pierzynski had the best day […]