30/30: Change comes to White Sox
Can Ramirez and Floyd repeat outstanding efforts?
President Barack Obama must have told Chicago White Sox GM Kenny Williams it's time for change in the south side of Chicago. Despite watching his club win the AL Central last year, Williams overhauled the roster by trading Nick Swisher to the Yankees and Javier Vazquez to the Braves and let Joe Crede, Ken Griffey Jr., Juan Uribe and Orlando Cabrera walk. The deals brought little in the way of major-league ready talent but Williams hopes that he added by subtraction. Will the youth in place be good enough for a return to the playoffs in 2009?
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