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  1. Jon Greenberg: Chris Sale, the Chicago White Sox's youngest gun, ...

    Jon Greenberg

    Chris Sale, the White Sox's youngest gun, is the most crucial piece of their rotation.

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2012
  2. Darwin Barney, Gordon Beckham both valuable second basemen last w...

    AJ Mass

    AJ Mass updates his Top 100 points league rankings, including notes on players trending up or down, and cautions fantasy owners not to get too crazy with unnecessary lineup moves.

    Story | Conversation | June 04, 2012
  3. Q&A: Sox reliever Addison Reed

    Bruce Levine

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Addison Reed is vying for the Chicago White Sox closer's role with veterans Matt Thornton and Jesse Crain. I had a chance to chat with the 23-year-old California native, who can light up the radar gun at 100 mph. What has been...

    Blog | March 25, 2012
  4. Axelrod works zone in major league debut

    Doug Padilla

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Chicago White Sox pitcher Dylan Axelrod might hit 90 mph on the radar gun when the wind is at his back, so pinpoint accuracy is his key to success. The right-hander, who was called up to the White Sox on Monday, had his best attribu...

    Blog | September 07, 2011
  5. MLB: Where a ball is released can play funny games with the eye, ...

    Buster Olney

    Inevitably, an injury will arise, or a race for the pennant will become so imperiled that it will be time to deal. And these are the pitching targets many will be calling about come spring (or even before).

    Blog | Conversation | February 03, 2011
  6. Buehrle outstanding on no-no anniversary as White Sox handle A's

    Mark Buehrle pitched a four-hitter on the one-year anniversary of his perfect game and the Chicago White Sox beat the Oakland Athletics 5-1 on Friday night.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | July 23, 2010
  7. Stephen Strasburg wasted no time in alerting observers about his ...

    Buster Olney

    Everybody who saw Stephen Strasburg last night felt like they were seeing something authentic, something hard to place. Even the plate umpire had to adjust to what he was dealing with. So, too, will the rest of the league.

    Blog | Conversation | June 09, 2010
  8. June 8 makes sense for Stephen Strasburg debut

    Buster Olney

    Speculation is running rampant as to when star prospect Stephen Strasburg will make his major league debut. But a June 8 home matchup against the Pirates seems to be as good a time as any. Plus, why the Red Sox could already be looking to next season.

    Blog | Conversation | May 09, 2010
  9. San Diego Padres prospect notes -- Keith Law

    Keith Law

    After a visit to the Padres' camp, Keith Law breaks down a few of San Diego's more promising prospects, including 18-year-old RHP Adys Portillo, who is hitting 95 mph on the gun without much of the wildness that plagues most teenage pitchers.

    Blog | Conversation | March 12, 2010
  10. Chicago White Sox closer Bobby Jenks opening new doors in his lif...

    Melissa Isaacson

    A few small changes are making a big difference for Bobby Jenks.

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2010
  11. Even some Hall of Famers looked bad against Goose

    Jerry Crasnick

    Before radar guns were in vogue and closers became a pampered and well-compensated breed, Goose Gossage was both a workhorse and a star.

    Story | Conversation | July 26, 2008
  12. Wakefield pitches early to rest Schilling, Dice-K

    Red Sox manager Terry Francona is juggling his rotation to keep his big guns fresh for the playoffs.

    Story | Conversation | September 18, 2007
  13. Pedro tries to bounce back in rubber match

    Buster Olney

    A look at Sunday's top matchups and the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday.

    Story | Conversation | May 22, 2005
  14. Gifted young arms revitalizing game

    Gary Gillette

    Baseball is enjoying a revival of young pitching talent. Here are 10 young guns to watch.

    Story | Conversation | April 21, 2005
  15. Loaiza makes quantum leap

    Nate Silver

    Esteban Loaiza joins pitchers like Mike Scott and Steve Stone who went from being average to totally dominant.

    Story | Conversation | August 27, 2003