Sox: No regrets about Thome

Sox: No regrets about Thome

There are 4 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Aug 10, 2010, titled Sox: No regrets about Thome. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Even though Jim Thome hit the first pitch he saw Tuesday night over the U.S. Cellular Field wall, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen wasn't about to change his mind about ditching his DH last winter.

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WALGAG TOKYO

Saitama, Japan

#1 Aug 10, 2010
Detroit in the ditch. Chicago worn out by their long effort to get back in the race.
Twins doing great, even without Morneau. Hopefully the dear boy will soon return and pick up where he left off, not pull a September fade out like he did two years ago when we were battling the White Sox for the pennant and he couldnt buy a clutch hit. Too bad about Delomons slump and the pi## poor job by Span over the past two weeks, but now is their chance to help us win the last two games against Chicago.
BigSky Viking

United States

#2 Aug 10, 2010
Poor Ozzie seems a little tweeked out. Maybe he should take a vacation and write that book.
brachiosaurus

Warwick, RI

#3 Aug 11, 2010
Guillen has done a lot with less talent than in the past. He has proved to be a very good manager. And, he's right about the DH "position." Having a player who can only DH is a limitation. The Twins, however, have needed Thome's bat this season to replace Morneau's missing stick. It's great to see Thome driving balls out of Cellular Field. He's earning his paycheck.
brachiosaurus

Warwick, RI

#4 Aug 11, 2010
WALGAG TOKYO wrote:
Detroit in the ditch. Chicago worn out by their long effort to get back in the race.
Twins doing great, even without Morneau. Hopefully the dear boy will soon return and pick up where he left off, not pull a September fade out like he did two years ago when we were battling the White Sox for the pennant and he couldnt buy a clutch hit. Too bad about Delomons slump and the pi## poor job by Span over the past two weeks, but now is their chance to help us win the last two games against Chicago.
Danks is Chicago's best starter right now, meaning a rough time for left-handed hitters. Repko should start for Span, and it is indeed the ideal time for Young to step up.

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