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  1. Sox hope to add balance to power

    Bruce Levine

    CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox are a home run-hitting team in search of a more balanced attack. The stigma of creating runs only through the long ball seems to bother management as much as the players themselves. Factually there is nothing wron...

    Blog | April 04, 2013
  2. Sox need a quick fix for hitting woes

    Bruce Levine

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Normally during slumps, teams work in and out of hitting funks without much fanfare. During this pennant race the Chicago White Sox have no such luxury, needing to improve or go down trying under the microscope of the media and the...

    Blog | September 23, 2012
  3. Recently, Sox guilty of trying too hard

    Bruce Levine

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- After a couple of bad losses to the Kansas City Royals, Robin Ventura is looking for a different focus from his Chicago White Sox. The anxious Sox were all about trying to do too much in their last two games. Bad baserunning dec...

    Blog | September 21, 2012
  4. Low-key Sox following Ventura's lead

    Bruce Levine

    CHICAGO -- The quiet confidence that was so much a part of Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura during his 15-year career as a player has become the mantra of his working class group of players this season. The White Sox's mix of veterans and f...

    Blog | July 05, 2012
  5. Danks gets cortisone shot in shoulder

    Bruce Levine

    Chicago White Sox starter John Danks received some much needed relief on Monday, getting a cortisone shot in his injured left shoulder to relieve some stiffness in the area. Danks has a small tear in the back of the shoulder which doesn't need to ...

    Blog | July 03, 2012
  6. Sox 'pen gets much-needed day off

    Bruce Levine

    Chris Sale's complete game was a huge boon to a Chicago White Sox bullpen that was on the verge of exhaustion Sunday. Every one of pitching coach Don Cooper's kiddie corps of hard throwers was used in Saturday's 12-inning loss to the Mariners. ...

    Blog | June 03, 2012
  7. Like his GM once did, Sale showed fight

    Bruce Levine

    CHICAGO -- Chris Sale talked his way back into the Chicago White Sox rotation by standing up to general manger Kenny Williams much the same way Williams did 25 years ago when he was demoted by GM Larry Himes. There is a fine line between defending...

    Blog | May 11, 2012
  8. Dome wasn't secret to Twins' success

    Bruce Levine

    CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox's first trip to Target Field in Minneapolis would seem to have much more significance than just playing in a new ballpark. Although Target Field may be less of a home-field advantage to the Minnesota Twins than the...

    Blog | May 09, 2010
  9. Buehrle thought leg was broken

    Bruce Levine

    Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrletold that his left shin bone is feeling much better after getting hit by a line drive off the bat of Cleveland Indians catcher Lou Marson on during the season opener on Monday. "Honestly, I tho...

    Blog | April 09, 2010
  10. Guillen gets a Twitter account

    Bruce Levine

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- It's certainly not October, but Wednesday seemed like it was trick or tweet at the Chicago White Sox spring training complex. The uproar was much ado about nothing as manager Ozzie Guillen's sons set up a Twitter account for the...

    Blog | February 24, 2010
  11. Chicago White Sox general manager Kenny Williams, owner Jerry Rei...

    Bruce Levine

    MLBPA not likely to get involved in Milton Bradley saga.

    Blog | Conversation | September 23, 2009