Posts tagged "Mark Buehrle"

White Sox-forever Buehrle to find it lonely in Toronto without his "best friend"--and, I for one, understand

White Sox-forever Buehrle to find it lonely in Toronto without his "best friend"--and, I for one, understand
Art of the Pale Hose is regularly devoted to opinions and observations about my favorite sports team. Sometimes, though, it’s necessary to bring to life a story about a former member of our extended baseball family. Today, the focus is on all-time fan favorite Mark Buehrle. Aside from the riches that came to him in... Read more »

Mark Buehrle's World Turned Upside Down...and the Top 10 White Sox Prospects

Mark Buehrle's World Turned Upside Down...and the Top 10 White Sox Prospects
Headline: Mark Buehrle traded to Toronto along with Josh Johnson, Jose Reyes and John Buck When White Sox icon Mark Buehrle signed his four-year, $56 million megadeal with the Miami Marlins during the last offseason, his future looked bright. –He made a ton of money –He was reunited with his old Sox manager, Ozzie Guillen... Read more »

Wise Move: Sox promote Dewayne to replace Konerko on 25-man roster

Wise Move: Sox promote Dewayne to replace Konerko on 25-man roster
The following is the July 1st ¬†Art of the Pale Hose. I thought it was appropriate to re-post in light of Dewayne Wise rejoining the White Sox today, replacing Paul Konerko on the big league roster: It’s time to pay tribute to Dewayne Wise, a man baseball people refer to as a “journeyman.” Since he... Read more »
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A Word to (and About) the Wise--Dewayne Wise

A Word to (and About) the Wise--Dewayne Wise
It’s time to pay tribute to Dewayne Wise, a man baseball people refer to as a “journeyman.” Since he reached the major leagues in 2000, Wise has played for the Blue Jays (twice), Braves, Reds, White Sox, Marlins and now the Yankees. In between, he has made minor league stops in places like Toledo, Louisville,... Read more »
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    Art Berke, a lifelong White Sox fan, has worked at the highest levels of the sports industry with Major League Baseball, ABC Television and Sports Illustrated. He grew up in Northwest Indiana, in the shadow of old Comiskey Park, and proudly proclaims 2005 as the best year of his life. Art offers his glass half-full opinions and observations as he lives and dies with the Sox.

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