If Kenny Williams intended to fly under the radar for the 2007 season, he couldn't have done any better than what the media barrage aimed solely at the Chicago Bears has provided. Williams is busy stocking up on young arms and remains confident the Sox will remain championship contenders next season and for years to come, too. Can Sox Fans share his confidence?
Sox Luck & Baseball Championships
The Bears are Super Bowl bound and Chicagoans once again hope our team achieves championship glory! But what constitutes true championship pedigree and what can be dismissed as hardly more than a bit of luck? Nick Buoniconti isn't going to like the answer!
SoxFest is nearly here, but it's never too early to draw up your plan, prepare your logistics, and if your a Sox Fan, start fretting about everything likely to go wrong! WSI's Hal Vickery is a veteran of many past SoxFests, but this one has him just a bit nervous!
Stupid is as stupid does
When is spending money the equivalent to winning? When is mediocre talent confused with championship talent? When is doing anything at all confused with doing anything constructive? When is stupidity served in epic quantity? WSI's Hal Vickery knows the answer!
The start of the 2007 season is nearly four months away but the Chicago sports media has already crowned their champs! What a disappointment the '07 Sox have been both on the fairways and causeways of Florida and other warm locations, and does it even make sense to bother with Opening Day? WSI's George Bova has heard these same sports mediots often enough to know the future is bright if the city's sports mediots think it's bleak.
Reuniting -- Sox Family style!
You'll meet Sox Fans in many unique ways, and Mary Swistara has met some very special Sox Fans in perhaps the most unique way of all -- via a South Side championship book!
Windy City Sox Fans!
There is more to them than just the world famous Pencil Pull! Any attendee of SoxFest knows about the Windy City Sox Fans, but WSI's Hal Vickery shares a few other details about the group and the good work they've done on behalf of Chicago Baseball Cancer Charities.