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.
To honor to the lefthander’s time on the Southside, 670 The Score producer Chris Tannehill put together this moving tribute to Mark Buehrle. Enjoy.
With all the rumors coming into the Winter Meetings concerning the Cubs & White Sox, who would have thought the biggest story for Chicago was someone leaving it. The Cubs still make a minor, and I emphasize a minor, deal before they leave town while the Sox are done here.
Check out these photos from Mark Buehrle during his time with the White Sox.
Veteran left-hander Mark Buehrle will not return to the White Sox, instead signing with the Miami Marlins.
Are the Cubs closing in some kind of deals? General Manager Jed Hoyer indicated that they are, “We’ve been real busy talking to teams and agents. It’s been really productive and hopefully that will leads to us getting some players before we leave these meetings”.
Williams said he doesn’t anticipate trading any other pitchers on his current roster although that could change if the right deal came along. Williams said he just hasn’t received back the players he is looking for.
It’s day two of baseball’s winter meetings, and things are just getting started for the White Sox.
A lot of talk on day 1 at the Winter Meetings down here in Dallas but no action for either the Cubs or Sox….yet.
Along with the December snow that is soon to come, the sport of baseball’s hot stove season is set to kick into high gear.
The White Sox announced Wednesday they have extended arbitration to free-agent pitcher Mark Buehrle.
Amid reports White Sox general manager Kenny Williams’ house was broken into by a man who ultimately cooked a lobster and wore his clothes, Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to disucss the South Siders.
Mark Buehrle has been tabbed as the Washington Nationals’ top free agent target with general manager Mike Rizzo reportedly visiting the left-hander’s St. Louis home Monday.
Before the baseball season ended, most reports had Mark Buehrle going to one of two places: the White Sox or the Cardinals.
As each day passes, it appears more and and unlikely Buehrle will return. Coupled with the loss of Buehrle, reports have speculated that starting pitcher John Danks could also be shipped out for younger prospects. Add to that the loss of Edwin Jackson, who was traded before last year’s trade deadline, and you are missing some serious innings.