Found July 26, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Decision day is coming for general manager Ken Williams, as the leading man for the blueprint of the White Sox has to decide if adding third baseman Kevin Youkilis and reliever Brett Myers was enough, or if the White Sox need one more piece before the July 31 trade deadline. With the White Sox enjoying an off day in the wake of a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins in which they regained at least a share of first place in the division with Detroit, the White Sox are once again in the wind of the rumor mill, and pitcher Zack Greinke of Milwaukee again is the talk. In the last week, the White Sox watched starting pitchers Philip Humber and Gavin Floyd come off the 15-day disabled list, while only John Danks remained on the shelf. Along with Jake Peavy, Chris Sale and rookie standout Jose Quintana, Williams said over the weekend that it appeared to be enough. "Look at the rotation: Peavy, Quintana, Sale, Floyd, Humber, adding Danks, how crazy do you want to get in pur...
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