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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Robin Ventura
The White Sox bullpen provided one opportunity after another.
Manager Robin Ventura used four relievers Saturday, and none of them did very well. Throw in another shaky start for Felipe Paulino, and the high-scoring White Sox just couldn't keep up with the Indians.
Matt Lindstrom's second outing as Chicago White Sox closer didn't go as well as his first.
As openers go, this one was promising for the Chicago White Sox.
Paul Konerko will likely be watching from the bench for the start of what figures to be his 16th and final opening day with the Chicago White Sox
Conor Gillaspie had three hits and the Chicago White Sox used eight relievers to beat the Double-A Birmingham Barons 5-2 Friday night in their final exhibition game.
It makes little sense for a franchise looking to break from a period of stagnation — years that likely led to a managerial change in the first place — to bring in a manager who was unsuccessful in previous stints.
Matt Davidson hit two doubles, drove in a pair of runs and scored and Josh Richmond hit a pinch-hit homer as the Chicago White Sox roughed up Kyle Lohse and the Milwaukee Brewers 9-0 on Monday.
Mike Trout got three more hits, lifting his spring average to .444, and the Los Angeles Angels roughed up Jose Quintana in an 8-6 win over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.
Jose Quintana made it to the 200-inning mark last season. Now the Chicago White Sox lefty wants to add even more to his workload.
Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn says he will attend this year's Academy Awards.
Tyler Flowers wants to put an awful 2013 season behind him.
Adam Dunn might be headed to the Oscars.
It is already clear that Adam Eaton will bring a lot of energy to the White Sox. His manager hopes some of that will help inspire his new teammates.
Adam Dunn's offseason included a cameo as a bartender in a movie that earned six Academy Award nominations.
"We just for one reason or another we didn't seem to throw it over," Ventura said. "So, you know, a game that if you are going to give them that many opportunities, you are little surprised you are in it that late into the game."
"I think he's done all right," Ventura said.