Look at Mark Buehrle at the 1:35 mark. Look at R.A. Dickey at 1:50. The color leaving the faces of J.A. Happ’s Toronto Blue Jays teammates as blood exited his head.
Mark Buehrle pitched in and out of trouble into the seventh inning to beat his former team , J.P. Arencibia and Maicer Izturis hit solo homers and the Toronto Blue Jays topped the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Monday night.
It may have just been a gentleman’s agreement, but there was reportedly a deal in place.
Jeffrey Loria is the worst, most relentlessly wicked owner in sports.
Media outlets and blogs are saying former White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle could be part of a trade package. Buehrle was wildly popular on the South Side and pitched a perfect game in 2009.
The White Sox are no longer a cute little story, and that’s a good thing.
The White Sox signed outfielder Dewayne Wise to a minor league contract and completed their trade for Brett Myers.
It’s safe to say Ozzie Guillen was ready to go Pittsburgh after his Chicago homecoming was spoiled by the Cubs beating Mark Buehrle and Marlins 4-2 Thursday to win the three-game series.
On the 12th anniversary of his first major league start, Buehrle changed speeds, kept Cubs hitters off balance, scattered a few hits, but faced the minimum for four innings.
Paul Maholm pitched eight innings, Alfonso Soriano homered and the Cubs beat the Miami Marlins 4-2 Thursday, ruining Mark Buehrle’s return to Chicago.
For Mark Buehrle, switching to the National League after 12 seasons in the American League wasn’t as bad as the left-hander thought.
No smashing. No yelling. No cursing in Spanglish. No kidnapping a comely blonde bleacher bummette and climbing to the top of the manual scoreboard as military and police aircraft fire upon him.
It was the Ozzie Guillen, Carlos Zambrano, and Mark Buehrle show before the Cubs/Marlins game tonight at Wrigley Field, and the sweaty-hot, filled to capacity Marlin dugout wasn’t my assignment.
He may be half way across the country, but former White Sox ace Mark Buehrle understands just how special Chris Sale is.
Which is the better performance, a perfect game or Kerry Wood’s 20 strikeout game against the Astros?
Hanley Ramirez homered for the third game in a row, Mark Buehrle pitched eight innings for his first victory with Miami and the Marlins beat the slumping Chicago Cubs 9-1 on Wednesday night.
Gone are longtime ace Mark Buehrle and closer Sergio Santos — two moves that surprised pitching coach Don Cooper.
When Chris Sale arrives in Glendale, Ariz. for spring training next month, he’ll be considered a starter and not a reliever.
Marion Barber’s decision to run out of bounds was just one of many stupid plays in an unbelievable sports weekend.
If you have the money, by golly, spend it. That is pretty much rule number one of General Managing For Dummies.