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Old 04-25-2003, 07:35 PM
RKMeibalane RKMeibalane is offline
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Default Rant Time Again

Last April, we saw the Chicago White Sox start the season strong. They were in first place, and everything seemed to be in order. How did Jerry Manuel respond to this situation?


Last September, near the end of a dissapointing season, the Sox began to show flashes of future greatness, winning games against Minnesota, the Yankees, and countless others. Fans were hopeful that 2003 would bring further success. How did Manuel respond to this?


This season, the Sox have been inconsistent, but they have, at times, played well enough that fans remain optimistic about this team's chances. The Sox offense has the potential to score a lot of runs. So far, they have not. What is the cause of this?


Manuel's days are numbered.

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