Martin Kennelly was mayor the last time both clubs won their first pair in the same season, 65 years ago.
Tag: Robin Ventura
White Sox still haunted by the ghost of Adam Dunn
The south-siders have gone 25 innings without a run, but they pushed runners all the way to second base yesterday.
Who’s worse, Cubs or White Sox?
A tight race for the bottom in Chicago
Robin Ventura gets mad
The placid White Sox manager erupts about an overturned call, but when the dust settles, the Sox lose again.
Cubs zero in on last; White Sox walk their way out of first
Chicago’s baseball teams lose three in 32 innings.
Hometown zero: With Adam Dunn batting cleanup, the White Sox have nothing to worry about
How low can Dunn’s average get?
Mastering the rules at the Masters, plus a baseball report
Rule 12-5c: Cheating is the essence of golf.
A Buddhist remedy for Adam Dunn
There’s no telling how high Dunn’s average may climb as long as he isn’t distracted.
Pitching to test Ventura’s mettle
White Sox manager Robin Ventura needs to cobble together his pitching staff for the stretch run
A look back before Sox look ahead
The White Sox weather the toughest stretch of the baseball season and prepare for the stretch run.
Joy in Mudville: Adam Dunn connects!
Minnesota pitchers struck Adam Dunn’s bat five times in a single afternoon
It’s a beautiful day for a ball game indeed
Beautiful weather leads to peaceful relations between the Cubs and White Sox, at least to start
Are the White Sox solving their ADHD (Adam Dunn Hitting Deficit) problem?
Dunn seems to relax as a hitter when he’s playing the field, but lefties still give him fits.
Peavy acts the ace he used to be for Sox home opener
The White Sox win their home opener behind a revived Jake Peavy.
Easter brunches, a mysterious banquet, and other food and drink events
A dessert and champagne dance party, a mystery dinner, and more.