The neighborhood doesn’t totally suck—at least for now.
Tag: Cleveland Indians
Why I’m rooting for Jason Kipnis in the World Series
The Indians’ second baseman is the son of a man caught up in the 2007 trial of newspaper magnate Conrad Black.
Cubs’ 17-0 win last night the most lopsided shutout in interleague history
But not as lopsided as the north-siders’ 22-0 loss at Wrigley in 1975.
Can the rejuvenated Cubs go O for March?
Cubs sluggers go back-to-back-to-back as the team goes back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back.
Cubs zero in on last; White Sox walk their way out of first
Chicago’s baseball teams lose three in 32 innings.
White Sox hitch a ride on soaring Alexei Ramirez
A fly-off homer beats the Indians at the Cell.
Unfriendly confines: Did racial discrimination start the Cubs’ slide?
P.K. Wrigley spurned black players at a pivotal time—did his actions start the Cubs’ slide?
This week’s Chicagoan: Margie Lawrence, baseball artist
This week’s Chicagoan, Margie Lawrence: “Ted Williams was a handsome man; that’s why he pops up in my art a lot.”
Yahoo! blogger’s scoop grounds White Sox
Alejandro De Aza hadn’t grounded into a double play all year, but then a blogger blabbed about it
Mr. September helps Sox reduce their magic number
Journeyman Dan Johnson made Adam Dunn’s heroics possible
Dunn looks to break through—to postseason
Adam Dunn attempts to end his streak as the active player who’s played the most games without appearing in the postseason
Blitzkrieg: Sox’s Dayan “Tank” Viciendo on a roll
The White Sox clobber the Cleveland Indians to close in on first place
Prescription for White Sox success: win in your damn division
The White Sox continue to disappoint against their AL Central Division rivals
Dunn in the lineup tonight; magic number is 9
Adam Dunn is in the lineup tonight, continuing his pursuit of the White Sox season strikeout record. With eight games remaining, his magic number is nine.
The existential Adam Dunn
Is there yet hope for Adam Dunn?