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White Sox Quote of the Day: A.J. Pierzynski, Brian Anderson, Ken Williams

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AJ on why his and Mack's first homers came yesterday:

[Scott Merkin]

"Well, it was Polish Night, so Rob and I had to hit home runs," said Pierzynski, referring to the event taking place Thursday at U.S. Cellular. "This offense is going to be fine; we aren't worried. We just have to stay positive and keep doing what we are doing."
Buehrle's no hitter game is now available for download on iTunes.
The latest Palehose 7 strip:

Not Struggling

And, look inside for the latest on the Brian Anderson soap-opera.

The latest twists on the Brian Anderson soap-opera:


[Joe Cowley]

"You know what? If I have to go somewhere else, that's the business. I might have more opportunity in another organization, but you do want to get it done with the team that drafted you. I don't know what plans they have for me. I'm kind of tired of thinking about that. I'm to the point where I don't care about what they want to do -- keep me, trade me, send me down. Pretty much everyone on this roster is from a different team, so it wouldn't be the first time it happened."
"I've seen so many guys come into this level, struggle, have to take a step back to take two steps forward. If you give up on every one of your young players because they haven't had success right off the bat, I don't know if you'll have much of a team left. I would disagree that [Anderson's] better off somewhere else. ... We believe in the talent. I'm a relatively patient person, even though it doesn't always seem that way."
And, Kenny on Ozzie's "handling" of Brian and young players in general:


"When you don't have a player-development background, or any background with developing young players, that's something you have to acquire on the way. You don't step into this job and have a full grasp of it. I have no complaints on how Ozzie handles the young players, but it will get better as time goes on."