In Southside Chicago, there's trouble brewing
for the sheriff. Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune opines
correctly that if the White Sox don't win their
division, it's curtains for manager Jerry Manuel. He's
been living on borrowed time since his talented team
got off to a slow start and had to rally to get back
into the race. Now, with two losses to Minnesota
behind them, the Sox will have to rally once more to save
They begin play today one game out of first in their
division and 2½ games out in the wild-card race and
Mike Downey of the Chicago Tribune writes that being
this close this late has Cubs fans holding out hope.
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