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Things You Can Buy In Detroit For $8 Million

That’s a lot of Coney Dogs.

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Who Needs Orlando Hudson?

Not the Sox, that’s who.

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J.J. Putz is the Composite Pitcher

The Sox’ newest arm is also their oldest.

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Show Us The Way, O Wise One

The offseason’s prized free agent has officially put himself back on the market. Brian Cashman and Theo Epstein could not be reached for comment. [Mouthpiece Spots]

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This Old Outfield

The farm just got a whole lot speedier. And grindier. Let’s trade it for Ichiro!

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Panic Room of Nine Days Until Pitchers and Catchers Report

Kenny Williams signing Bobby Abreu? He’s spent the last eight years of his life building teams like this specifically to keep out players like that.

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Seven of Bobby Abreu

People don’t want a hero. They want to eat cheeseburgers, play the lotto and watch television.

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Zodiac of Juan Uribe

Someone should write a book, that’s for sure.

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Pass Me a Bottle, Mr. Jones

Assessing a probable next addition to the Chicago White Sox. Individual responses may vary slightly from those given in the answer key.

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Bad for Baseball? Good for Them!

What to do when all-consuming rage doesn’t stop the enemy from advancing its cause.

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In White Houses

What they’re saying about the C.C. Sabathia hypercontract. . . is exactly what they’ve been saying about hypercontracts for some time now.

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Everything’s Arbitrary

Orlando Cabrera, everyone’s favorite scorer-complaining shortstop, stands in a position to end his South Side run in immortal fashion. How? Simple: accept arbitration. Now, we all know the chances of such a thing happening are essentially non-existent. But if Cabrera really is the jerk everyone said he was, why not let him prove it? Obviously […]

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High and Lowe

Scratch another name off the list of potential White Sox acquisitions this winter. Actually, scratch off four.

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Say It Ain’t. . . Whatever

An A/B comparison of questionable free agent signings.

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Yet Another Thing Bill Veeck Figured Out First

If one good catch is worth $10 million annually, what are many good catches worth?

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