Whatever the plan may be, it looks like Professor Chaos won't be changing anything to last year's Sox pitching rotation, unless you count the removal of 15-loss bust Todd Ritchie. Is that addition by subtraction? WSI's Hal Vickery weighs the options!
Jack McDowell Speaks!
The 1993 Cy Young Award winner talks to WSI's Mark Liptak about baseball, a blockbuster Sox acquisition that never happened, and of course music, too! Another WSI Exclusive--YES!!!
Facing the Music in Nashville
Professor Chaos, aka Kenny Williams, made a trip to Music City. So why are Sox Fans not surprised to hear the same sour tune? WSI's Hal Vickery recounts this latest non-event, plus a bonus subject, too!
Financing a Winner
When it comes to demonstrating the right stuff necessary to field a championship team, Sox Fans have been left to sulk and watch other teams make the moves. WSI's Mark Liptak isn't sure the Sox are doing all they can to bring home the elusive South Side championship.
Another Kenny Blunder!
Keith Foulke is gone, traded for another closer that can be counted on to do just one thing better than Foulke: light up the radar gun. WSI's Andrew Ritchie wants to know what our GM was smoking when he made this deal!
Prof. Chaos Goes M.A.D.
Keith Foulke is traded for a new Sox closer, and a new deal with slugger Frank Thomas takes on the dimensions of something from Alice in Wonderland. WSI's Hal Vickery wonders if Kenny Williams has turned a corner towards stardom or oblivion.