All Sox fans should miss Phil Rogers, who apparently is leaving the Tribune for mlb.com. As the Trib's national baseball writer, Phil was the one guy over the years who seemed to look more deeply into the Sox and raise important issues, than other writers. He was like a dog with a bone about Ken William's riverboat gambler style, about how the team won with Ron Schueler's players but not Kenny's and how the failure to spend on the amateur draft created the foundation for what we have experienced this year. He had his faults, like we all do (maybe, just maybe his thing with Kenny got personal) and his favorites (please, Rick Hahn, don't sign Curtis Granderson). But he was a true resource and offered a unique perspective for Sox fans. Good luck, Phil!