Friday, November 18, 2005


Of lately MLB’s AL Central has regained credibility and respect. With the Chicago White Sox’s emergence as the world champions, the division has been acknowledged as among the best. The other teams of the division are equally a success. The Indians are a young team and are looking forward to contend for a World Series in 2006. The Twins are perfect in pitching/defense and if pitching/defense really wins pennants then there is no looking back for the Twins. The Tigers, if they manage to acquire top free agent pitchers they will successfully shed the label of pussycats. The Royals are as usual optimistic. With an expanded budget and top prospect Alex Gordon on the rise, they are seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.

And as far the teams like the Yankees and the Red Sox are concerned they will have to work harder and more meticulously to win their division, with the fact in their mind that the wild card can practically come out of the AL Central. There will be three or four genuine contenders from this division.

The dos for the White Sox to retain their supremacy are they should re-sign Paul Konerko and should make him No. 1 offseason priority. They should leave a rotation spot open for Brandon McCarthy. They should re-sign Frank Thomas. The Chicago White Sox captured their first title in 88 years when they swept the Houston Astros in the 2005 World Series.


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