Rogers: Williams era ending with a whimper for White Sox
CHICAGO (MCT) — With their crosstown rivals in an organized retreat for the first time in anyone’s memory, the White Sox spent 117 days in first place and went into the last weekend of the season with a division title in their reach.
The weather was beautiful and there should have been a special feeling in the stands at U.S. Cellular Field. But good tickets were available in bunches and you had to wonder: What has happened to Chicago as a baseball town?
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