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David Price, best trade deadline acquisition?

The pitchers traded at the deadline are faring better than the hitters, and David Price may be the best one yet The Tigers visit the Twins this week, while the Royals host the White Sox. Fortunately Chris Sale is scheduled to pitch on Wednesday. The Tigers have David Price lined up, originally set to face TBD (As of Tuesday, the Twins have settled on Kyle Gibson). This time of year, TBD is frequently scheduled to pitch. The Royals, with Danny Duffy hurting, plan to start TBD on Tuesday. The playoff contenders did not want to be in the TBD boat, so many acquired pitching. Last week we looked...

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Chicago Sun-Times Sep 16, 2014

Jose Abreu proving he prepared himself well for long season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The baseball season is a grind, a mental and physical marathon with a level of difficulty like no other in sports, according to White Sox captain Paul Konerko. Jose Abreu is going to go the distance. Aside from a 15-day stint on the disabled list with a bum ankle, he has been in the lineup almost  every day. Because ‘‘the distance’’ in Cuba was 90 games, Abreu’s stamina in his first 162-game season has been a topic of discussion in...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 15, 2014

White Sox suffer walkoff loss, edged by Royals 4-3

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Terrance Gore scored from second base on Lorenzo Cain’s chopper over the mound, and the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 4-3 walkoff victory against the visiting White Sox Monday night. The Royals tied the game in the ninth when pinch-runner Jarrod Dyson stole third and scored on a wild pitch. Dyson was running for Mike Moustakas, who had doubled into the left-field corner against Jake Petricka. Left-hander John Danks pitched six scoreless...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 15, 2014

Spoilers or not, White Sox just want to win

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The White Sox opened a three-game series Monday against the contending Royals and will finish the season with four games at home against them. They also have three games against the contending Tigers next week in Detroit, so playing the role of spoiler is there if the Sox want to embrace it. The way the Sox see it, though, it’s nice when they beat contenders, but nobody loses sleep if they don’t. ‘‘We’re just trying to win games;...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 15, 2014

Jose Abreu certainly in elite company

When White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu drove in his 100th run last week, he moved into select company as only the fourth rookie in history to put up at least 30 home runs, 30 doubles and 100 RBI. The others make up a pretty amazing group. There’s Hall of Famer Ted Williams, with a .327 batting average, 1.045 OPS, 31 homers, 41 doubles and 145 RBI for the Red Sox in 1941. Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, a Hall certainty, had numbers of .329, 1.014, 37, 47 and...
Chicago Tribune Sep 15, 2014

Brad Biggs' Bears film session

The Bears got set up with premium field position in the second half of Sunday's 28-20 upset of the 49ers, and Jay Cutler did exactly what quarterback coach Matt Cavanaugh talked about this offseason.

Brad Biggs' Bears film session

The Bears got set up with premium field position in the second half of Sunday's 28-20 upset of the 49ers, and Jay Cutler did exactly what quarterback coach Matt Cavanaugh talked about this offseason.

Stock Watch: Abreu powers up again

RISING Jose Abreu, DH/1B: After finally ending his home run drought Saturday, Abreu hit another Sunday giving him home runs in back to back games for the fourth time this season and first time since early June. He has a hit in 22 of the last 23 games and is batting .427 over that stretch with 12 RBIs and 11 multi-hit games. Starting pitching: Scott Carroll and Hector Noesi might have ended the starting staff's run of consecutive quality starts at eight, but the current run from the rotation continues to be impressive.

Series preview: White Sox at Royals

The Chicago White Sox have nobody to blame but themselves for their dashed playoff hopes, but they can still make a mark on other playoff chases. The final road trip of the season, which starts Monday night, includes games against the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers, both of whom are battling for the American League Central title. Heading into play Monday night, the Royals trail the Tigers in the division by 1½ games. The White Sox will see the Royals first for the final three games of the season at Kansas City.
Detroit News Sep 15, 2014

Royals score twice in ninth to beat White Sox, remain 1½ games behind Tigers

Pinch-runners Jarrod Dyson and Terrance Gore scored in the ninth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 14, 2014

Twins spark memories for Paul Konerko

Minnesota Twins All-Star Joe Mauer and his manager, Ron Gardenhire, fought classic on-field battles with the White Sox — and always with admiring respect for Sox captain Paul Konerko. “He was always an example to young players of how you should conduct yourself,” Mauer said. “I’ve had the unfortunate experience of seeing him rounding the bases on us many times,” Gardenhire said. “He’s that professional guy who handled himself on and off the field. He...

Abreu in full sprint as he catches Kittle

CHICAGO – Ron Kittle’s magic rookie season of 1983 now has an equal, at least when it comes to power and run production, and Jose Abreu still has two weeks worth of games remaining to raise the bar even further. Abreu tied Kittle’s Chicago White Sox rookie record of 35 home runs with a ninth-inning blast that closed the margin slightly in an eventual 6-4 defeat to the Minnesota Twins. On Saturday he matched Kittle’s 100 RBIs from that same ’83 year.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 14, 2014

Jose Abreu hits 35th HR, but White Sox fall to Twins 6-4

Rookie Trevor May struck out a season-high 10 in six innings and the Minnesota Twins overcame Jose Abreu’s 35th home run, beating the Chicago White Sox 6-4 Sunday to end a four-game losing streak. Trevor Plouffe and Jordan Schafer homered for the Twins. May (3-4) was staked to an early 4-0 lead, then hung on to win his third straight start. The 6-foot-5 right-hander walked none while allowing three runs and five hits in his seventh start and longest outing so far....
St. Paul Pioneer Press Sep 14, 2014
Twins 6, White Sox 4: Trevor May posts 10 strikeouts for win

Twins 6, White Sox 4: Trevor May posts 10 strikeouts for win

CHICAGO -- Before facing the Chicago White Sox for the second time in 11 days, Trevor May huddled with Phil Hughes to pick his brain about how to attack a team of dangerous free swingers.

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