Chicago White Sox defeat Toronto Blue Jays, 7-3
Mark Buehrle remembers how often ''the little things'' went in the White Sox' favor during their championship season of 2005.
''Every ball bounced our way,'' he said Saturday. ''We had so much stuff that went our way, and it takes that kind of luck in a season.''
For a pitcher with two no-hitters, including a perfect game, Buehrle knows how much luck matters individually, too. But it's skill that matters most for him, and why his performance Friday against the Toront...
Five rough starts might have had many wondering if the White Sox really did have the Jake Peavy they thought they acquired from the San Diego Padres last season.
Ozzie Guillen never was one of them.
''As long as he's healthy, I know he'll be there,'' Guillen said.
His belief was cemented by Peavy's second consecutive strong outing in a 7-3 victory Saturday against the Toronto Blue Jays.
''He made a couple adjustments, and that's what the game is all about -- ma...