Both practiced their material plenty, but Thome's material is closer to the heart
Taking a break from White Sox Outsider 2011 to catch up on reading, from Bill James to Mark Teahen to the 1960 World Series.
The Minnesota Twins are on the cover of Sports Illustrated, but the Chicago White Sox are worthy of the magazine treatment, too.
Ozzie Guillen continues his practice of praising the Twins for things they don't, can't and shouldn't do
Hawk Harrelson said the AL Central race would come down to the last 22 games. I don't think this is how he saw it unfolding.
The White Sox come limping home from Detroit, somehow turning a 7-3 road trip into a disappointment by bunching the three losses at the end.
Ozzie's expletive-laden argument for declining Jim Thome's services includes interleague success and, for some reason, Jermaine Dye
For posterity, here are some instant reactions to the decision to let Thome go to the Minnesota Twins, made by people with no inside knowledge of White Sox operations. It'll be easier to just link to this instead of spending paragraphs to explain the same thing.
Let's get one thing straight: Delmon Young running into A.J. Pierzynski wasn't Torii Hunter destroying Jamie Burke.