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White Sox fall to Indians, drop into first-place tie

White Sox fall to Indians, drop into first-place tie

CNNSI.com ESPN.com Updated Sep 25, 2012
White Sox fall to Indians, drop into first-place tie
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  • Tigers blank KC: For the first time since Sep. 2, the Tigers an…

    Tigers blank KC: For the first time since Sep. 2, the Tigers and W…

    CNNSI.com Sep 25, 2012
    For the first time since Sep. 2, the Tigers and White Sox are tied for first in the AL Central. Anibal Sanchez threw a complete-game shutout in Detroit's 2-0 victory over the Royals.
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  • Moore, Hellickson flip spots in rotation

    Moore, Hellickson flip spots in rotation

    MLB.com Sep 25, 2012
    The Rays are pushing Matt Moore's next start back a day as part of some final-week rotation jockeying. Initially slated to start Friday against the White Sox, the left-hander will now pitch Saturday in Chicago, a direct switch with right-hander Jeremy H…
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  • Science! Proves That Hawk Harrelson Is More Biased Than Every O…

    Science! Proves That Hawk Harrelson Is More Biased Than Every Other AL Broadcaster Combined

    deadspin.com yahoo.com Sep 25, 2012
    Today is probably a good day for the other sports to drop bad news. Maybe announce some NCAA sanctions, or failed steroid tests. Everything non-scabby is completely under the radar, so it would have been lucky timing for the White Sox broadcasting team …
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  • Ventura shuffles rotation for final week

    Ventura shuffles rotation for final week

    MLB.com Sep 25, 2012
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura has altered the starting rotation for the rest of the week to give his regular starters an extra day of rest. Chris Sale's final regular-season start will come Sunday against the Rays.
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  • Joe Sheehan: Dunn keeps White Sox afloat, Yankees surge and Bel…

    Joe Sheehan: Dunn keeps White Sox afloat, Yankees surge and Beltre comes through

    CNNSI.com Sep 25, 2012
    All it takes is one swing. Adam Dunn used his to keep the White Sox afloat in the AL Central, says Joe Sheehan, who also examines the Yankees' surge, the NL wild-card race and more.
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  • Dunn, White Sox maintain AL Central lead

    Dunn, White Sox maintain AL Central lead

    ESPN.com Sep 25, 2012
    Adam Dunn homered twice, including a clutch three-run shot in the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 5-4 on Monday night to maintain their one-game lead in the AL Central.
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  • Video - Indians Fend Off White Sox 00:46

    Indians Fend Off White Sox

    Sep 25
    Indians jump out to 4-0 lead, hold on to beat White Sox 4-3.
  • Video - Southside Panic? 02:12

    Southside Panic?

    Sep 25
    BBTN's Karl Ravech, Barry Larkin and Curt Schilling examine how concerned the White Sox should be in the hunt for October.
  • Video - SweetSpot TV: Playoff Races 04:25

    SweetSpot TV: Playoff Races

    Sep 25
    David Schoenfield and Eric Karabell on some of the close playoff races in the American League.
  • Video - Dunn's second home run 00:30

    Dunn's second home run

    Sep 25
    CLE@CWS: Dunn's three-run jack puts White Sox ahead

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    Sep 25
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    Sep 25
    A sampling of the responses that trickled into my e-mail over a three-hour span last night, from 8:08 p.m. PDT until 11:15 p.m. PDT, in order from whe...