Williams: 'We're Better Than This'White Sox general manager Ken Williams believes his team is lacking the "Chicago toughness" he often preaches to his players.
Williams Does Not Regret Signing DunnWhile Adam Dunn continues to struggle as the calendar creeps toward July, it's only natural to start questioning the signing of the slugger in the off-season.
It Starts With Konerko On South SideThe Chicago White Sox have high expectations coming in to the 2011 season, that's what happens when the front office has an aggressive offseason.
Williams Must Prevent Peavy From Rushing BackComing back from a serious shoulder injury, Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy will be focused on proving that he can still be a dominant pitcher.
White Sox Hoping For Drama-Free SeasonThere's a lot of optimism surrounding the Chicago White Sox heading into the start of spring training. Hopefully for the team, and its fans, the season's the attention stays on what they're is doing on the field.
Cowley: Sox near deal with Will OhmanWith the health status of pitcher Jake Peavy for the start of the regular season still up in the air, the White Sox continued to make sure the bullpen can handle the workload, as a team source confirmed on Saturday that the club was set to announce a two-year, $4 million deal for lefty reliever Will Ohman.
Cowley: Jesse Crain Talks Signing With The EnemyFurther evidence that Ken Williams doesn’t mess around when it comes to adding to the on-the-field product was offered up by newly-signed White Sox reliever Jesse Crain on Monday.
Cowley: Konerko Deal Is Done, So Now What?On the beach in Mexico last week, looking out on the ocean, there was very little that could go wrong in Paul Konerko’s world at that moment.
Cowley: The Chairman Is Now In On The Konerko Talks In The 11th HourIt wasn’t the news Ken Williams thought he would have to deliver on Tuesday.
Cowley: Williams On The Paul Konerko TalksAccording to several White Sox players, the talk circulating throughout the team on Monday is that they will have their “Captain’’ back.
Cowley: Williams And Guillen Take Step One In Fixing The RelationshipGeneral manager Ken Williams and manager Ozzie Guillen have ended the cold war – for now.
White Sox Trade Scott LinebrinkIt's been a busy couple of days for White Sox GM Ken Williams. After signing free-agent Adam Dunn, the White Sox have traded Scott Linebrink.
Bernstein: Dunn Means Return To PowerKennyBall, anyone? After allowing Ozzie Guillen to realize his quixotic desire for speed and flexibility -- mixing and matching his lineup and playing NL-style baseball -- it appears the White Sox have come to their senses by signing prolific slugger Adam Dunn to a four-year deal worth $56 million.
Cowley: Dunn Is Done Deal And Konerko On The RadarNo stranger to chasing down his white whales, Ken Williams harpooned his latest one on Thursday. And it’s a doozy.
Cowley: Bobby Jenks Era Ends With The White SoxIt was obvious by the end of the 2010 season that the White Sox had grown tired of Bobby Jenks. The feeling from the right-handed closer was mutual. So on Thursday, it came as little surprise that the Robert Scott Jenks Era came to an end.