Hope swings eternal for the Sox and Cubs.
Minnesota pitchers struck Adam Dunn’s bat five times in a single afternoon
Adam Dunn: world-historically bad
Ozzie was thinking again yesterday. Guess how that came out?
The Adam Dunn K Watch hits the road, and the Big Breeze doesn’t disappoint in Minnesota.
Adam Dunn always strikes out; A.J. Pierzynski never does. This suggests a solution to the Big Breeze problem.
Johnny Sampson Even ComEd figured out how to restore power eventually. But as baseball revs up again today, the big question for the White Sox remains: Can the team solve its power problem in the second half? Specifically, can it get its $14 million “slugger” to break .160? Myriad cures have been proposed for the […]
The triple—there just ain’t nothin’ like it. So says Luke Gofannon, star of the hapless Rupert Mundys, the baseball team invented by Philip Roth in his hilarious 1973 The Great American Novel. When Gofannon’s lover asks him to name his greatest love, to her dismay it isn’t her—nor is it the other rival she suspects. […]
The White Sox’s “Big Breeze,” Adam Dunn, continues chasing the club’s season strikeout record.