Thursday, August 26, 2010

Manny Ramirez To White Sox Makes Little Sense....


Welcome to the final hours of Kenny Williams search to prove a point to Ozzie Guillen.

The search for the power bat that the White Sox have desperately needed all season long at the designated hitter position could almost be over as the White Sox are the odds on favorite to land Manny Ramirez if he indeed clears waivers. A 38 year old Manny Ramirez who is batting .313 with eight home runs and 40 runs batted in playing in only 60 games this season. Simply put, this is not "Manny being Manny" of his Boston days and it's not Manny Ramirez of the American League Champion Cleveland Indians days.

This is the Manny Ramirez who was suspended 50 games by MLB for use of a performance enhancing drug, and one who LA Times columnist Bill Plaschke called "a selfish knucklehead of a human being."

Do the White Sox really need Manny-Wood to come to the south side?


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