Frank Thomas (Designated Hitter)
Oct 24, 2011 20:51 EDT
ARLINGTON, Texas (Reuters) - Frank Thomas hit baseballs so hard they called him the "Big Hurt" during his big league playing days, so it did not come as much of a surprise when he revealed what he enjoyed most about this World Series.
Dec 08, 2010 14:56 EST
Stayin' put: Paul Konerko agrees to $37.5 million, 3-year contract with Chicago White Sox. Paul Konerko was vacationing in Mexico last week, sitting on a chair looking at the ocean, when he received a text message that Adam Dunn had agreed to a deal with the Chicago White Sox.
Dec 08, 2010 12:40 EST
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chicago White Sox All-Star first baseman Paul Konerko will be staying in the Windy City after agreeing to a three-year, $37.5 million contract, the Major League Baseball team said on Wednesday.
Sep 04, 2010 19:20 EDT
Minnesota's Jim Thome homered twice Saturday to move past Mark McGwire into ninth place on baseball's all-time list and lead the Twins to a 12-4 victory over Texas.
Aug 29, 2010 17:57 EDT
Nova puts aside MLB investigation, gets first career win as Yankees beat White Sox 2-1. Rookie Ivan Nova set aside any worries he had about a Major League Baseball investigation and earned his first career win, Marcus Thames hit another homer and the New York Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox 2-1 on Sunday.
Aug 29, 2010 15:52 EDT
Frank Thomas gets his due as White Sox retire his No. 35. The Chicago White Sox gave The Big Hurt a big honor on Sunday, retiring Frank Thomas' number before their game against the New York Yankees.
Jun 27, 2010 18:56 EDT
White Sox winning streak ends at 11 games, Colvin & Soriano homer as Cubs post 8-6 victory. Just when it looked as if the Chicago White Sox's longest winning streak in 49 years would end quietly, the Southsiders made their crosstown rivals work hard to avoid a series sweep.
Feb 12, 2010 20:39 EST
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Slugger Frank Thomas officially ended his 18-year Major League career and will have his number retired in August, the Chicago White Sox said on Friday.
Feb 12, 2010 14:51 EST
Frank Thomas announces retirement after 19 seasons and 521 home runs. Saying he's "at peace" with his decision, Frank Thomas announced his retirement Friday following a 19-season career in which he hit 521 homers and won two American League MVP awards with the Chicago White Sox.