White Sox living charmed life
The White Sox starters have been lights out, but the odds of their pitching this well all season are long indeed.
Here's why I do believe the White Sox are the best team in the American League Central: Their hitters obviously can't keep hitting as terribly as they have.
I haven't gone searching, but I suspect that with a few seconds of "work" I could find an editorial or three praising Ozzie Guillen for his self-described "smart ball" (which Guillen prefers to the term "small ball"). Indeed, the White Sox are tied for the league lead in stolen bases, sacrifice bunts and sacrifice flies. That's smart.
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