The White Sox wore the T-shirts as they warmed up for last night’s game against the Red Sox.
Erik Johnson had his best outing of the young season in Tuesday’s win.
Sale averaged 19.4 seconds between pitches in Monday’s win.
Red Sox slugger Ortiz pounced at a rare opportunity.
Jake Peavy charges through baseball at one speed, throttle wide open, pedal to the metal. Always has.
As soon as a well-meant charitable effort is twisted into a Stanley Cup rallying cry, all bets are off.
The problem is in the word still being used that immediately brings to mind deception, lies and fraud.
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When Red Sox minor leaguer Jason Repko tried to rob a grand slam for Triple-A Pawtucket, every outfielder’s worst nightmare came true.
The Chicago Cubs have acquired right-handed pitcher Justin Germano from the Boston Red Sox for a cash consideration, Chicago announced Thursday.
Adrian Gonzalez spoiled Kevin Youkilis’ return to Fenway Park, hitting a tiebreaking three-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 5-1 win over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.
Jim Rome, host of Rome on CBS Sports Network and The Jim Rome Show on the radio joined CBS Local Sports to give his take on the biggest topics in the major sports.
As the White Sox were busy regaining first place in the AL Central, management was busy filling a hole at third base via trade. Former Red Sox, now White Sox, third baseman Kevin Youkilis was dealt during the eighth inning of the White Sox/Brewers pitchers’ duel.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia homered to back a strong start by Jon Lester, and the struggling Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs 4-3 on Saturday.
When Theo Epstein was introduced as the man in charge of Cubs baseball, he made clear his common-sense philosophy behind player contracts.
As Theo Epstein officially leaves Boston to take over as president of baseball operations for the Cubs, he says in an op-ed in the Boston Globe that his departure had nothing to do with the Red Sox’ “crushing” September collapse.
The Chicago Cubs have hired Theo Epstein as head of baseball operations, it was announced Friday evening.
Thanks to a once-thought-impossible confluence of circumstances — Boston’s historic collapse, an opening at Clark and Addison, and one man’s desire to leave the nurturing nest of his home city and spread his wings — Theo Epstein is reportedly ready to be the Cubs’ top baseball executive for five years and many millions.
Remember when I told Cubs fans that they should be rooting hard for a Red Sox collapse? They got their wish.
It was Boston’s first win in its last eight games against the White Sox.