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  • Someone needs to explain to Williams what 'rebuilding' means

    Someone needs to explain to Williams what 'rebuilding' means
    Ken Williams said trading closer Sergio Santos for a minor-leaguer is the start of rebuilding the White Sox. Excuse me? No, Kenny, sorry, but trading a closer is not the start of rebuilding unless the closer is Mariano Rivera. Trading Paul Konerko is...
  • Peavy: lots of talk, little sense

    Peavy: lots of talk, little sense
    Jake Peavy said he doesn’t know if he’s “100 percent (compared) to what I was four years ago,’’ but he’s still collecting 100 percent of that trade-choking salary, you betcha. Peavy said he wants to pitch 200 innings,...
  • Good news: Baseball's playoff plan isn't as stupid as Selig's 2013 idea

    Baseball wants more money. Fox wants more playoff games. Deal. Like that, baseball is expected to announce a plan Thursday that expands the postseason by adding a wild-card team to each league. The two wild-card teams in each league likely will play...
  • Thornton becomes the Welcome Matt thanks to 'Pierror' and Guillen

    Blame everybody. Just spread it around like fertilizer after the White Sox choked another home win Monday night. Blame the manager. Ozzie Guillen removed Mark Buehrle from his best start of the season: eight innings of two-hit ball on 99 pitches in a 1-0...
  • The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox

    The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox
    Sergio Santos came on to get a four-out save against the Cubs on Tuesday night, and you couldn’t help but play what-if. The save was Santos’ 13th in 15 tries. He faced the 4-5-6-7 hitters and struck out three of them. And you couldn’t...
  • The Sox are done, so Williams had better get started

    It doesn’t do any good to fire Ozzie Guillen. It doesn’t do any good because he’s not to blame. The White Sox players are. Blame them. Trade them. This Sox season is o-vuh. Sox management shoved “All In,’’...
  • Addressing Soriano's boos problem

    Addressing Soriano's boos problem
    I read where Alfonso Soriano said Chicago fans are the worst when it comes to booing slumping players. He would know. He has stunk for long periods. He has heard it from Cubs fans for playing left field like it’s Whack-A-Mole. Come to think of it,...
  • And Peavy makes six

    And Peavy makes six
    Jake Peavy can dominate opposing hitters as well as he can dominate the disabled list. For 90 pitches or so, anyway. Peavy said his start against the Cubs on Wednesday night was a struggle, and not just with catcher A.J. Pierzynski, whatever that was....
  • Hello, is anybody home at Ken Williams' place?

    Hello, is anybody home at Ken Williams' place?
    No batting practice. No videos, No coaching. No nothing. White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen went old-school before Wednesday’s matinee against the awfulRoyals. Guillen also wanted to make fun of Kansas City’s starting pitcher. “Have you...
  • Rios stinks, but still starts, and that stinks, too

      There are so many White Sox players to rip thse days --- jeez, all year --- after they dumped three of four to a Twins team that is worse than the Sox, which followed dumping two of three against a Royals team that is worse than everybody in the...
  • The truth about Sox honesty and Cub delusions

    The truth about Sox honesty and Cub delusions
    The White Sox are five games out of first place in the AL Central and just lost five of seven at home against divisional opponents. Paul Konerko says his Sox don’t look like a division-winning team right now. Rank honesty about a team playing pretty...