Kenny Williams started his press conference
Monday with his trademark tough-guy bravado. He basically told the media to
hurry up with their Ozzie questions because Kenny didn’t want to “prolong” the
session and he had “nothing profound to say.”
than the too-few-and-far-between words of the often reclusive general
Rios, Jake Peavy, Mark Teahan, et al–seemingly hasn’t
humbled the Sox GM.
holding his head high” when he leaves the Cell after the Sox play their last
Bulls, in the six years after winning their 2005 World Series Championship,
Williams best remember even six such titles couldn’t save Jerry Krause’s GM
mean Kenny’s seat is more than on high simmer.
vote here is for Sandy Alomar, Jr., a class act and knowledgeable baseball man
who should take to the job with little trouble.
disasters of a season firmly in the rearview mirror.
hitting coach is in the Sox dugout next season and Carlos Quentin doesn’t again
break the Sox bank with his annual co-pays for doctors visits.
coach agreed to Tuesday will keep paying dividends.
famously once said: “Stay out of White Sox business,” should soften the edges.
He should not try to entertain the pen and mic club ala Ozzie. Kenny couldn’t
pull that off if he wanted. But he also should act more professional while
handling the White Sox business in which we are supposed to stay out.
contributor Joe Cowley, was just wrong.
would serve as interim manager for the final two games.
coming to the ballpark because Don Cooper is taking over the team for the last
boat Guillen crassly boasted about on his way out of Chicago Monday, Kenny will have no one else to blame but
himself should the Sox continue to underachieve.