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5 Things We Learned About the White Sox at the Winter Meetings

1. The White Sox really like Mark Teahen 2. The Sox are in on JJ Putz, no matter how coy they try to be 3. The Sox probably are interested in Hideki Matsui, but only on their terms 4. The chances are increasing that Gordon Beckham leads off and Tyler Flowers is the backup catcher in 2010 5. Bobby Jenks probably won't be traded this winter

Hot Stove Heats Up, White Sox Not Cookin

Most of the trade rumors surrounding the White Sox center on Jermaine Dye, but their most valuable trade chit might be Bobby Jenks

"We're not into a big type of rebuilding project," Williams says, "but more of a transitional...

"We're not into a big type of rebuilding project," Williams says, "but more of a transitional endeavor where you blend in some young players with a good veteran corps. I know we've traded away a lot of players, but we're just trying to put the best club on the field while staying flexible." "I wake up every day feeling that there's one more move to make," Williams says. "We'll keep the lights on and see who calls. "But, to be honest, I think it will be the quietest winter meetings I ever attended. I just think there will be very little trade action because of the economic landscape. Like it or not, teams have to tighten up. You can not give someone a dollar if you only have 50 cents."

Kenny Williams on the eve of the Winter Meetings

Winter Meetings Day 1 Thread

I thought about writing an FJM style entry Saturday dissecting Phil Rogers' latest column on leadoff men, but decided I had better things to do with my Saturday night. I then ran across three...

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