Slow-footed Oakland DH and former White Sox star Frank Thomas actually hit a triple Monday night against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
April 2008 Archives
ESPN's college basketball announcers can rejoice. Their favorite son, North Carolina star Tyler Hansbrough, has decided to return for his senior season.
The bad news Tuesday night: The Yankees beat the White Sox 9-5. The good news? The Yankees exposed a major weakness of the 2008 Sox, and it's good to learn your weaknesses early in the season.
Throughout his career, Frank Thomas has been susceptible to sticking his foot in his mouth every now and then.
Has Brian Urlacher lost his mind?
Take a look at the AL Central standings entering Thursday's action. No, this is not a misprint:
John Danks is rightfully getting a lot of credit for the Sox 4-1 win over Oakland Thursday. But there were several defensive plays made behind him that should make the nightly highlights.
White Sox designated hitter Jim Thome was suspended for Thursday afternoon's game against the Oakland A's, which the Sox won 4-1.
Seriously, the ESPN 1000 "Chicago baseball beat reporter" is wrong even more than I am. Somehow, he gets more air time and money than I do.
The White Sox canceled tonight's game against the Minnesota Twins at about 1:30 this afternoon. Premature decision?
It's that time of year again: Time for college basketball underclassmen to patronize us by claiming that their decision to declare for the NBA draft is "not about the money."
I was already at work when Joe Crede hit the game-winning grand slam off Pat Neshek in the seventh inning earlier this afternoon. I hope Hawk Harrelson survived. He often has a near stroke whenever Crede does something dramatic in the late innings.
So, can you tell Bill Wirtz is no longer among the living? I sure can.
Raise your hand if you thought Gavin Floyd would be the first White Sox starter to earn a victory this season.
The Blackhawks' bid to make the playoffs for the first time in six years ended Thursday when Nashville beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2. Mathematically, the Hawks can no longer catch the Predators for the eighth and final playoff spot.
Former White Sox pitcher and two-time 18-game winner Jon Garland made his debut with the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday night.