White Sox GM Kenny Williams was at Sunday's NFC title game between the 49ers and Giants, a game that turned into a nightmare for his son Kyle.
The younger Williams, the 49ers punt returner, had a pair of costly turnovers including a fumble in overtime that led the Giants' game-winning field goal. So, what words of advice did the elder Williams give after the game?
"He was the first person I saw," Williams told "The Dan Patrick Show" on Tuesday. "The first thing he said to me was 'Are you tough enough and are you man enough to bounce back from this?' He had no doubt when I said that I was.
"It definitely sucks, there's nothing good from it," Williams said. "But, you have to learn from it and move on."
Williams went on to say that he has received death threats on Twitter since the game.
It was pretty bad, Williams said. When it comes to social media, theres a line and some people crossed it.
Watch the entire interview below:
White Sox right fielder Adam Eaton is one of three finalists for a Rawlings Gold Glove.
Eaton, Boston’s Mookie Betts and Houston’s George Springer were named as the American League right field candidates on Thursday.
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A 2014 finalist in center field, Eaton finished second behind Betts in Defensive Runs Saved with 22, according to fangraphs.com. Eaton also finished with an Ultimate Zone Rating of 23.1 and led all outfielders with 18 assists.
Eaton batted .284/.362/.428 with 14 home runs, 59 RBIs and 91 runs scored. He also stole 14 bases and was worth 6.0 Wins Above Replacement.
Chuck Garfien, Slavko Bekovic and Chris Kamka react to the national media blunders that failed to recognize the White Sox as 2005 World Series champions.
Later, the guys discuss Jerry Reinsdorf's comments about cheering for the Cubs and break down what it takes to beat the Indians.
Check out the latest edition of the White Sox Talk Podcast below: