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Lightning can weather the loss of Ohlund

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Though Mattias Ohlund's extended departure from the Lightning lineup hurts, it's not like the Lightning are absent the personnel to make up for the loss.

Orlando Cabrera liked stint with Sox ... except for Cowley

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Orlando Cabrera claims the media tried making his life miserable when he was playing shortstop for the White Sox last year. Other than that, he has no regrets when looking back on his one decidedly stormy season on the South Side. "I was happy with the job I did, and the fact we went to the playoffs was awesome, especially compared to the season (72-90) they had the year before," Cabrera said Sunday in a wide-ranging interview with the Daily Herald. "It was a great experience. I played with guys that are going to the Hall of Fame (Jim Thome and Ken Griffey Jr.) and that will always make me feel good."

Sun-Times vs. Cabrera Getting Petty, Lacking in Facts

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If you're anything like me, you've grown extremely tired of the controversy surrounding Orlando Cabrera calling the press box. If your not, you're either Joe Cowley, Chris De Luca or have a high...

''If things continue to happen, I'm not going to say we're going to have a problem, but I don't t...

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''If things continue to happen, I'm not going to say we're going to have a problem, but I don't think it looks good to his teammates for him to worry about his numbers, especially the way we're playing,'' Ozzie Guillen said Monday. ''I know I never did that. That's something the manager or coach should do. I'm not going to say don't call up to the box, but it looks kind of bad. When I played, we didn't worry about that. That was for someone else to look at and handle. But the bottom line in all this is whether we win or lose. ''Obviously, a good player, a Gold Glove winner, you want to have a good season for the free agency, and different guys respond to that stuff differently.''

Ozzie Guillen on Cabrera calling the press box

This is How You Win Gold Gloves

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[Orlando Cabrera] called the press box twice Thursday to complain about being charged with an error in the sixth inning of an eventual 3-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians. This during a game in which Cabrera -- the Sox' new leadoff hitter -- couldn't get a bunt down with the score tied in the eighth inning. A few weeks earlier, he also called the press box in Toronto -- during the game -- to complain about a scoring decision that affected him.

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