Posting Plan No. 16 in coincidental honor of Ted Lyons, and some ideas that rolled in after the deadline.
Can the creator of today's offseason plan find his 2009-10 magic? And how soon will the Barons move to downtown Birmingham?
The Sox open up two spots on the 40-man roster, and we enter the final weekend of offseason strategery.
The White Sox want to take it fast with John Danks and slow with A.J. Pierzynski, and Frank Thomas is taking a second shot at the music industry.
With a new blog and a website on the way, it's fair to ask when Ozzie Guillen becomes too much of a good thing.
Now that Kenny Williams is in the process of making the "must-make" decisions in the exclusive bargaining period, we could call it the 11th hour for offseason plans.
Who would have thought five years ago that Juan Uribe would be the far more beloved, valuable player on a World Series team?
Today's offseason plan inspired me to look at which White Sox "stars" of the late 1980s were worthy of molded plastic.
Ozzie Guillen's plans for a $64,000 website might have been shot down, but he's got the next best thing: An MLBlog!
If the White Sox could have acquired a 20-year-old phenom for their manager, then why isn't he here yet?