Category Archives: News

Hanging Up The Spikes

And so it comes time for The 35th Street Review to say good night, good luck, and goodbye to all that.

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Things You Can Buy In Detroit For $8 Million

That’s a lot of Coney Dogs.

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A Sox Fan’s Guide To The CTA Service Cuts

The most annoying part of your baseball experience, now made even more so.

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AR Talks BA

Jeff at Royally Speaking asked for some sage wisdom on his favorite team’s newest treasure from the South Side scrapyard. As much as I hate to ruin a surprise, this one would only ruin itself. Surprise! [Royally Speaking]

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Turkey, Potatoes and Second Helpings of a Masterfully Delivered Curveball

Comcast Sports Net will rebroadcast Mark Buehrle’s perfect game at 7pm CST Thanksgiving night. Set those DVRs, and try not to spit out your beaujolais when Hawkeroo actually loses it on the air. SPOILER ALERT: Josh Fields and Dewayne Wise’s careers both peak on the exact same day. [WhiteSox.com]

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Show Us The Way, O Wise One

The offseason’s prized free agent has officially put himself back on the market. Brian Cashman and Theo Epstein could not be reached for comment. [Mouthpiece Spots]

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Cubs, Sox Sweep LVPs

A pair of Chicago outfielders, now united for all eternity. Hilarious. [ESPN]

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True Faith

Maybe Ozzie Guillen’s forgotten the name and the address of everyone he’s ever known, but that’s nothing compared to thinking Jose Contreras and Bartolo Colon were ready for battle. [Mouthpiece Sports] And hey, you know how I know Jake Peavy is awesome? Because he beat the Royals, that’s how. I even read that in the […]

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The Real Reason Jake Peavy Shouldn’t Pitch This Year

One man can ruin this for everyone, and we all know who that man is.

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Looking Ahead to 2010’s Dashed Expectations

Someone is going to let us down, and the 35th Street Review has a few ideas on just who that hero will be.

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There Is Only One Carlos Quentin Profile Piece And It Goes Like This

News and fluff collide in the Chicago sports pages. Advancement rages on!

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Philosophical Dilemmas, White Sox Baseball Be Thy Name

What makes a rookie great? And what’s a year worth, anyway? [Mouthpiece Sports] But more importantly: what did Kenny Williams know, and when did he know it? [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Kenny Williams Feels His Pain And His Alone

One man believes in this year’s White Sox; Kenny Williams, as expected, is that man.

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Sox Still In It, Says Sox GM

Guess who has two thumbs and thinks the Sox’ chances remain exactly where they always were.

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Thome/Contreras x 2

Here they go again, on their own. . . [A.V. Chicago] . . . goin’ down the only road Ken Griffey, Jr.’s ever known. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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His Win Is Their Impending Losses

Jose Contreras dominates again. What an awful, awful turns of events.

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