Joe Crede

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White Sox Salvage Split With Orioles

Anderson's bases-loaded single lifts Baltimore in ninth

(Newser) - Brian Anderson hit a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth last night to give the Chicago White Sox a 6-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles and a split of their day-night doubleheader. Baltimore captured the opener when Brian Burres, who faced one batter before Friday night's rainout, came... More »

White Sox Beat Yankees 7-6 to Avoid Sweep

Joe Crede hits game-winning single for Chicago

(Newser) - Joe Crede hit a run-scoring single in the ninth inning to hand Joba Chamberlain his first major league loss and give the White Sox a 7-6 win over the Yankees last night to avoid a three-game sweep. Bobby Jenks (1-0) got Jorge Posada to ground into an inning-ending double play... More »

Orioles Rally to Beat ChiSox

Sherrill notches first American League win

(Newser) - Adam Jones singled in the game-winning run in the 10th inning, capping a late comeback that gave the Baltimore Orioles a 6-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox tonight. Baltimore trailed 5-2 in the eighth before rallying to split the two-game series. Nick Markakis homered for the Orioles, while Carlos... More »

Grand Slams for Crede and Konerko

Chicago shuts out dejected Detroit, 11-0

(Newser) - Joe Crede and Paul Konerko each hit grand slams to back Javier Vazquez's strong start, as the White Sox pounded the Tigers 11-0 today. Konerko's homer came in the third off Kenny Rogers and Crede's grand slam, his second this season, came in the fifth against Zach Miner as 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 »

Crede's HR Lifts White Sox Past Indians

Chicago wins pitchers' duel to avoid opening series sweep

(Newser) - Even though his pitchers allowed 17 runs in losing the first two games of the season, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen maintained a positive outlook. "We expected to win at least one game this year," Guillen said after Chicago defeated the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Thursday. John Danks didn't... More »

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