Tag Archives: Kenny Williams

Manager of the Decade

Even when there are two, there can be only one, and you already know who it is. Part four in a series.

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We Only Have Ourselves to Blame for Alex Rios’ Struggles

Well, ourselves and Kenny Williams. And J.P. Ricciardi. And pretty much everyone except Alex Rios.

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Philosophical Dilemmas, White Sox Baseball Be Thy Name

What makes a rookie great? And what’s a year worth, anyway? [Mouthpiece Sports] But more importantly: what did Kenny Williams know, and when did he know it? [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Kenny Williams Feels His Pain And His Alone

One man believes in this year’s White Sox; Kenny Williams, as expected, is that man.

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Sox Still In It, Says Sox GM

Guess who has two thumbs and thinks the Sox’ chances remain exactly where they always were.

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Into the Future, Irresponsibly

Looking ahead to the next bold, unexpected, psychotic move by Kenny Williams.

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Presenting Your 2009 Chicago White Sox

One “when” and a whole lot of “if.” Ladies and gentlemen, baseball season is upon us.

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Distance May Skew Perception

Kenny Williams is the Vernon Wells of general managers. Or the Nick Swisher. Or, if you think about it, both.

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¡Clásico!

Are you ready for some baseball? Presenting the 35th Street guide to the World Baseball Classic.

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I’ll Have the Grinder with Extra Salt

A look at the menu at Kenny Williams’ restaurant.

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How to Write a White Sox Spring Training Report

So-and-so has something to prove. Part two in an ongoing series.

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Kenny Williams Moves at an Altitude Below that of Enemy Detection

Or so says Joe Cowley.

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Fight Club of the White Sox Offseason

You do not talk about the state of the team. You do NOT TALK ABOUT THE STATE OF THE TEAM. Someone yells “Stop!,” goes limp, taps out, that player is over. Only two guys to a move. One move at a time, fellas. No shoes, no shirt, no full-time job. Trade speculation will go on […]

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The Game of Kenny Williams

There are times to admire the Sox’ GM and there are times to admonish the Sox’ GM. This is both of those times.

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El Barto

Two hundred fifty pounds’ worth of has-been never seemed like such a smart idea.

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Revisionist History

Everything is always awesome in Soxland, or at least the Sox’ PR guy says it is.

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