Or as The Beachwood Reporter says (while providing the link):
"The small moves of Kenny Williams will prove far more effective than the big moves of Jim Hendry. One of them understands the game; the game has passed the other by."
"A favorite offseason activity for a GM might be to find the weakest point of their team and attempt to strengthen it. Replacing a good player with a good player doesn't move the team forward. Analyzing a team's weak spots and turning them around can make their offseason.
Over the past weekend, the White Sox signed free agent catcher Toby Hall. With all the free agent madness this offseason, this signing probably looked insignificant. However, our analysis shows White Sox GM Ken Williams might have hit that GM sweet spot.
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