Something else took me to Arizona last week, but on what the locals considered a pleasant Tuesday afternoon I was in Surprise Stadium, in the Phoenix suburb of the same name, for the Cubs’s final preseason game. They were facing the Texas Rangers. Both teams were wearing Cubbie blue. The temperature on the field was […]
Once again, Sox fans get screwed.
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The placid White Sox manager erupts about an overturned call, but when the dust settles, the Sox lose again.
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