From the weekend:
We polled you about your thoughts on Ozzie Guillen, and 75 percent of responders (as of late Sunday) said they couldn't care less about what the former White Sox manager has to say. Only 11 percent of responders thought Guillen is still relevant in Chicago. While those results are hardly scientific, that big a gulf tells me a good portion of Sox fans are sick and tired of Ozzie Guillen.
But, as you can tell by the video on the right, he'll stick around in the headlines until he has to depart for Marlins spring training.
Jose Canseco last played in the majors with the White Sox in 2001, but that's not stopping him from attempting yet another comeback effort to make the majors.
The Marlins emerged as the pretty clear favorites to sign Yoenis Cespedes and offered him a six-year contract. Meanwhile, the Cubs reportedly are making an aggressive push to sign 19-year-old outfielder Jorge Soler, so the White Sox may get shut out in whatever efforts they may have made to sign a Cuban defector this offseason.
Has Alexei Ramirez' offense peaked? I argued it has, but that's really not a big deal, because he still provides a ton of value.
And there's something that could keep Addison Reed from having a breakout 2012: Consistency with his slider.