While there's much debate about the Nationals' likely innings limit on Stephen Strasburg, the White Sox are also handling Chris Sale with kid gloves this season.
Exploring the rationale behind the unconventional managerial hirings by White Sox and Cardinals this offseason.
White Sox's GM Ken Williams has a volatile relationship with his manager, and the Cubs' Jim Hendry went out on a bit of a limb in selecting his new manager. So, yes, in Chicago, the GMs and the managers are forever linked.
Are Kenny Williams and Ozzie Guillen the feisty and combative saviors of baseball on Chicago's South Side, or Village Idiots A and B? How the '08 season plays out will determine that.
Our choices for 2006 surprise clubs both play in the heartland and both begin with "M." Check back in October to see how smart we were.
With GM Kenny Williams leading the way, the White Sox are perhaps the most progressive organization in baseball when it comes to minority hiring.
Paul Konerko is having the kind of October that enhances investment portfolios, writes Jerry Crasnick.
Chicago has a long list of potential managers, but Marlins' coach Ozzie Guillen appears to be near the top.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper inherited a project last spring. His results speak for themselves.