White Sox general manager Ken Williams ... sounded as if he would have loved the Los Angeles' Dodgers and chin music maven Don Drysdale after watching his batters get knocked down last week while his pitchers let opposing hitters get comfortable. "Pitching wise, you got to be tough through this season," Williams said. "You can’t allow other teams to pitch inside and knock your players down and not reciprocate. You can’t do it. You have to establish the inside part of the plate and move hitters off the plate in order to open it up more. "If you don’t do that and allow the other team to do it to your hitters, then you’re losing at both ends. So we got to get better at those areas. We got to fight a little bit harder. And if we don’t fight a little bit harder, it doesn’t matter whether we think we’re the best team or not. You got to go out there and prove it."