Jermaine Dye

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All-Star Idols: Wacky Voting Fills Final Slots

Hart, Longoria are in after crazy campaigns by fans

(Newser) - With one spot left in each league after the All-Star rosters were populated last week, it was time for America to do what it does best: inspire local fans to vote dozens, even hundreds of times. Milwaukee plastered hearts everywhere, Yankees fans slapped on fake mustaches, and Philadelphia staged a... More »

White Sox Beat Twins, 6-2

(Newser) - Jermaine Dye homered for the third straight game while Juan Uribe added a go-ahead two-run drive in the fifth to help the struggling Chicago White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 6-2 last night. John Danks (3-3) made it through five innings, giving up six hits and two runs, and Chicago... More »

Litsch Pitches Blue Jays to 3rd Straight Win

Wells drives in three runs as Toronto downs White Sox

(Newser) - Vernon Wells drove in three runs, Marco Scutaro homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 today. Right-hander Jesse Litsch (4-1) gave up two runs and five hits in 7 1/3 innings for Toronto, which has won three straight after losing eight of nine. Wells went... More »

White Sox Shut Down Stumbling Tigers

Floyd carries no-hitter into eighth inning to raise his record to 2-0

(Newser) - Gavin Floyd nearly took his success against Detroit to a new level. Floyd held the Tigers hitless until Edgar Renteria singled with one out in the eighth inning today and pitched the Chicago White Sox to a 7-0 victory. Floyd (2-0) had never pitched more than seven innings in the... More »

Crede's Slam Powers ChiSox to 7-4 Win

White Sox make it six of last seven home openers

(Newser) - Joe Crede hit a tiebreaking grand slam to cap a five-run seventh inning, and the Chicago White Sox won its home opener 7-4 on Monday over the Minnesota Twins. Coming off a weekend sweep at Detroit, Chicago has won five straight for the first time since Aug. 10-14, 2006. More »

Crazy Eights: White Sox Down Yanks

NY, Chicago combine for 16-run 2nd; Clemens shelled in 13-9 loss

(Newser) - The Yankees dropped a wacky one to the White Sox yesterday, losing 13-9 after both starting pitchers were forced out early. New York's Roger Clemens surrendered eight runs on nine hits in the second, and the Yanks responded by knocking out Jon Garland with eight runs of their own in... More »

Buehrle No-Hits Rangers; ChiSox Roll, 6-0

Chicago lefty pitches 16th no-hitter in White Sox history

(Newser) - Mark Buehrle, two starts from a minor injury to his throwing arm, thoroughly dominated the Texas Rangers today, giving up no hits and just one walk (to Sammy Sosa, whom he promptly picked off at first base).  Two Jim Thome solo shots and a grand slam from Jermaine Dye... More »

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