Sox seek more offensive balance
(MCT) — NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The greatest fears of manager Robin Ventura were realized late in the 2012 season when the Chicago White Sox suddenly failed to hit in the clutch and became overly reliant on the home run that suddenly stopped in late September.
"Yes, it’s something we want to address," general manager Rick Hahn said Monday night. "We want to find other ways to beat you than strictly power, and I think I talked about that during my opening press conference. Given the league we play in and the ballpark we play in, we have to have the ability to hit the ball out of the park to compete, and we’re not going to shy away from power. It's wonderful to have a team that can hit 200 home runs.
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