I’m sure the White Sox have had the ambition of finding a franchise third baseman for years, but they’ve sure had a funny way of showing it.
Travis Wood took his share of lumps in August, losing three in a row for the scuffling Chicago Cubs. He ended the month with a bang, outpitching Clayton Kershaw in a matchup of All-Star lefties.
The White Sox, along with Juan Pierre and four former players, are among those owed money by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Casey Coleman lasted only 2.2 innings and gave up six earned run as the Chicago Cubs dropped the series opener to the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of 11-2.
After going up two games to none on the Rangers last night, Giants first baseman Aubrey Huff allowed himself to imagine the fruits of World Series victory.
Tonight marks the start of the 2010 World Series. It’s a World Series that the National and East Coast bias Networks dread, but baseball fans could really enjoy.
The 2005 White Sox season is one no Sox fan will soon forget. When Ozzie Guillen looks back on that season, he does so with fond memories of the players who made his job so easy.