Home Sports Column: The Chicago White Sox have been a .500 team for the last 3 months. Can they still enter the postseason on a high note?

Column: The Chicago White Sox have been a .500 team for the last 3 months. Can they still enter the postseason on a high note?

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Hahn has done his part, finding players who fit in the clubhouse and didn’t max out Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf’s credit card. Back in the 1970s, former Sox owner Bill Veeck declared: “We will scheme, connive, steal and do everything possible to win the pennant, except pay big salaries.” The credo remained after Veeck sold the team, and falling short on free agent Manny Machado in 2019 seemed like another example of Sox management doing just enough to look as though it was trying to compete.

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