>>White Sox Pitching Coach Returns After Bout With Vertigo
Pitching coach Don Cooper is back with the Chicago White Sox after missing 11 games because of vertigo.
Cooper rejoined the team Friday as the White Sox opened a six-game homestand against the Minnesota Twins. He says he's still not 100 percent but is "feeling better than I did, that's for sure."
He says the symptoms are "manageable now."
Cooper missed time twice last season because of diverticulitis, and given a choice, he says he would "go for the diverticulitis over the vertigo."
Bullpen coach Bobby Thigpen filled in for Cooper while he was out.
>>McCarver To Join St. Louis Walk Of Fame
(St. Louis, MO) -- The St. Louis Walk of Fame will unveil a sidewalk star to honor former Cardinals catcher and current broadcaster Tim McCarver today. McCarver is currently in his first year of calling St. Louis games after spending 17 years as a baseball analyst for FOX. The two-time All Star spent 12 of his 21 seasons with the Cardinals and was apart of their 1964 and '67 World Series teams.