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Stone: White Sox Will ‘Be There At The End’

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CHICAGO (WSCR) The Cleveland Indians have faded after and unpredictably good two and a half months. With over half of the season remaining, the White Sox aren’t completely out of the race for the AL Central.

The White Sox sit 4.5 games back, with 95 games left to be played.

“I think that the Sox are going to be there at the end,” Steve Stone said on the Boers and Bernstein Show.

Both Adam Dunn and Alex Rios have had terrible seasons to this point. If the White Sox can begin to get even a little more production from those two players, it’ll make a world of difference.

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“Carlos [Quentin] has really stepped it up,” Stone said. “Paul [Konerko] is doing what he usually does. And Alexei Ramirez is doing what has become a tradition, starting out slowly and they hitting everything in sight. You’d like to see them better than three games under .500, but it’s not all bad right now.”