Updated: May 13, 2003, 11:34 AM ETBy Jim Baker
American League Chicago White Sox: Doug Padilla of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that Sox manager Jerry Manuel is insisting Billy Koch is still his closer, in spite of a couple of recent moves that would indicate otherwise. Koch was pulled from one game with a save on the line and left out of another in a save situation making it appear that his generosity to hitters this year had cost him his position. Manuel insists this is not the case, however.
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