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No action, just chatter, on the third day of the Winter Meetings for the White Sox.
Too much chatter, as far as Kenny Williams was concerned:
”We thought we had something going on but you know, like I’ve told you guys a million times before, when things become public, to a large degree the entire game changes and more times than not you’re not going to get a deal,” Williams explained, without saying Putz’s name. ”So something we thought we might be a little closer on becomes public and now it’s not so close.”
Sources have indicated that’s not the case, however.
Cowley goes on to say that the Sox and Putz are still near a deal, but Ken Rosenthal adds that other teams were going to make a pitch regardless.
*Same goes for Hideki Matsui, as Williams downplayed his interest in a cagey exchange with media, home and abroad.
*Williams had another bizarre interlude in which he gave some support to Milton Bradley while attempting to not sound like he wanted him on his team.
*The Tampa Bay Rays are close to acquiring Rafael Soriano from the Atlanta Braves, which would theoretically eliminate any interest in Bobby Jenks.
*The Facebook page has yet another warm memory from Christmases past.