There was perhaps no bigger booster of Jackie Robinson West than the White Sox VP Kenny Williams.
“I like where I am,” White Sox executive VP Kenny Williams says.
White Sox executive director Kenny Williams is considering all his options.
Kenny Williams joined “Inside the Clubhouse” on Saturday morning to talk about the White Sox’ offseason plans and the future of pitcher Carlos Rodon.
“I just know the team can be better, and so can I,” Jose Abreu says.
The Jackie Robinson West Little League team was the toast of the town on Wednesday, as thousands of fans lined South Side streets and packed into Millennium Park to salute the national championship players and coaches who were the darlings of the Little League World Series.
All signs point to Gordon Beckham’s future being outside of Chicago soon.
Tyler Flowers started 2013 great, then struggled mightily and now has found his way again.
“I don’t have any problems with the Sox,” Guillen says.
Former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen joined Mully and Hanley to reflect and talk baseball.
White Sox executives spoke to some Chicago high school athletes about bringing change as part of Major League Baseball’s Jackie Robinson Day, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.
Former Chicago White Sox GM and current Executive Vice President Kenny Williams told 670 The Score that he is probably more excited for this year’s Spring Training than any other year since 2006.
Signing Abreu shows that the organization is committed to turning its back on the past .
A judge has found the former stepson of White Sox executive Ken Williams not guilty of sexually assaulting a woman inside a room at the Palmer House hotel earlier this year.
It wasn’t abundantly clear in April that this would be the season where the White Sox came unhinged, but at the midway point, there’s little question that they are done for 2013.
Can White Sox fans — and Jerry Reinsdorf — stomach a total rebuild?
Tension upstairs at the Berto Center brings back the good old days of Bulls basketball.
But what if the front office shake-up had happened a year or two earlier? What if Rick Hahn, who Guillen always got along with, had become GM sooner than he did? Is there a chance Guillen would still be the manager of the White Sox?
The White Sox supposedly have a progressive statistical GM with a manager willing to embrace a numbers-driven era. An organization with those in charge on the same page. The manager is willing, right?
It comes up just about every time Gavin Floyd pitches.