Found July 02, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
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As this season approaches the All-Star break, fans of the Chicago White Sox are wondering if Kenny Williams has any more tricks up his sleeve. The GM has already made an impressive move when he acquired Kevin Youkilis from the Red Sox for Brent Lillibridge and Zach Stewart. The move put Youkilis at third base, a position the Sox have had trouble with so far this year. It also opened up Orlando Hudson and Eduardo Escobar to fill in as needed as utility players. Prior to this season, Sox fans were resigned to the fact that all signs pointed to this being a rebuilding year. However, the Sox have surprised everyone and are still atop the AL Central despite all the young players and trips to the DL. Since they are still contending, Kenny Williams has to consider making moves that will improve the team this season and not necessarily 2013 and beyond. Being true to form, though, Williams has not openly discussed what players he’s looking at and who he’s looking to deal. With that being sai...
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