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BEST OF MAXIM
The Chicago White Sox system continues to be one of the weakest in the Majors. The front office and ownership cannot fault anyone but themselves for failing to invest in the amateur draft or the international market. On the plus side, the organization has lucked into a few interesting prospects like Addison Reed and Dylan Axelrod. Chicago doesn’t have a true No. 1 prospect, although...
Time was right for Guillen and Sox to partJake Peavy believes his rested right shoulder is only part of a fresh start for the White Sox in 2012.
The Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers questions about NFL comparisons to White Sox general manager Ken Williams, the decision to not re-sign Mark Buehrle and Williams' future.NFL comparisons to Sox GM, Mark Buehrle and more.
Time was right for Guillen and Sox to partTime was right for Guillen and White Sox to part.
The biggest splash this MLB Hot Stove season has no doubt been made by the fish. The Marlins spent big bucks on Jose Reyes, Ozzie Guillen and Mark Buerhle. They’ve done some thrift store shopping now to complement the “backing up the truck.”
From Bob Wirz, Indy Baseball Chatter:
The Miami Marlins are not limiting their signings to those expensive major league free agents...