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By Roch Kubatko | April 14, 1998
Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay .. .. .. .. ..Time .. .. ..TV .. .. .. .. ..StartersTonight .. .. .. .7: 05 .. .. .HTS .. .. .Scott Eyre (0-1, 6.00).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...vs. Jimmy Key (1-0, 1.50)Tomorrow .. .. ...7: 05 ... ...HTS .. .. .James Baldwin (1-1, 4.91).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...vs. Doug Drabek (1-1, 6.35)Thursday .. .. ...3: 05 .. .. .HTS .. .. .Mike Sirotka (1-1, 3.09).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...vs. Mike Mussina (2-1, 1.96)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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By Jim Henneman hTCSO: Sun Staff Writer | June 4, 1994
They don't even have the best record in the American League, let alone the majors, but don't be misled. A strong argument can be made that the team playing against the Orioles this weekend is the best in baseball.The more the Chicago White Sox are analyzed, the more impressive they become. If the top two pitchers (Jack McDowell and Alex Fernandez, who are 7-13 combined) in the rotation find their normal groove, and all else remains the same, the players association is the only group that figures to be able to stop this team.
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By Jason LaCanfora | August 9, 1996
At Comiskey Park, ChicagoDay, Time ........... TV ........... StartersTonight, 8:05 ....... 13, 50 ....... David Wells (9-10, 4.58) vs. James Baldwin (9-2, 3.88)Tomorrow, 7:05 ...... 54, 50 ....... Mike Mussina (13-8, 4.98) vs. Wilson Alvarez (14-5, 3.66)Sunday, 2:05 ........ 54, 50 ....... Scott Erickson (6-10, 5.15) vs. Kevin Tapani (10-6, 3.94)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)White Sox updateThe Orioles trail the White Sox by three games in the American League wild-card race.
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November 7, 1991
The Chicago White Sox may be only weeks away from deciding whether to move their spring training camp fromSarasota, Fla., to a Phoenix suburb."We could go to the City Council as soon as next Tuesday," Glendale, Ariz., Mayor George Renner said yesterday.White Sox board chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, who has homes in Arizona, was traveling and unavailable for comment. But Doug Abel, the team's director of media relations, confirmed the White Sox had "had preliminary discussions with officials in Arizona."
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By Ken Rosenthal | April 17, 1997
CHICAGO -- The Cubs might be 0-12, but it was only so long the White Sox could stay colder than Jerry Reinsdorf's heart.The team America loves to hate finally erupted last night, albeit against the Orioles' 'B' squad.Not to worry.The White Sox are still only 4-9. Ozzie Guillen still has more homers than Frank Thomas. And cold weather or not, the attendance is still lower than Reinsdorf's standing among his fellow owners.Anything else?Oh, yeah.Manager Terry Bevington still is a candidate to be fired.
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