White Sox morning roundup

White Sox morning roundup
February 7, 2012, 5:02 am
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From yesterday:

Comcast SportsNet caught up with Ozzie Guillen at the DePaul - Marquette basketball game, with the former Sox manager vowing to never speak to Chicago media again. He was probably joking, and even if he wasn't, Guillen wasn't always true to his word. If he was, Alex Rios wouldn't have seen 570 plate appearances in 2011.

Jake Peavy is at 100 percent, but that's not the 100 percent he was at during his San Diego days. His goal of 30 starts and 200 innings is lofty in light of those comments and the last four or five seasons, but hey, why shoot low?

If you're looking for ammo in the battle for Matt Thornton to not close, Will Ohman may provide good munitions. April 2011, though, isn't.

Game 3 of the 2005 World Series was crazy. You already knew that, but if you haven't seen the win expectancy chart, it's a pretty neat look back at that game.

In the never-ending saga of Yoenis Cespedes' free agency, Detroit is still involved, so nothing has changed from the last few days. Cespedes just needs to sign already.