Midseason Review: Chicago White Sox

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Midseason Review: Chicago White Sox
(Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

The Chicago White Sox are struggling. They've hovered a couple of games below .500 all year.

I would not call the season disappointing. That implies that there was something to look forward to. During the offseason, general manager Kenny Williams declared that the White Sox were going through a youth movement. I sighed at that moment.

I am actually satisfied with what the White Sox have done. They're still within seven games of first place and they do play in the worst division in baseball. They have two rookies on their starting lineup and are without their best player.

Brian Anderson's facial expression in the picture describes the White Sox season. Close, but no cigar; allowing other teams to rally. With the Sox themselves failing to rally. But there have been good moments. I give the White Sox a C+ for their midseason grade.

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