Change not that easy for Ozzie

April, 19, 2010
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Ravech By Karl Ravech
ESPNChicago.com
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The Chicago White Sox came into Sunday sitting in last place in the American League Central. Their offense ranks 22nd in baseball in runs scored. Carlos Quentin, an MVP type when he's going right, didn't start in a 7-4 loss Sunday against the Indians. Sitting right beside him was Andruw Jones. A.J. Pierzynski is hitting .189 with no home runs.

Early slumps are not uncommon, but perhaps we are beginning to get some answers to the question, "When do you start making some moves?" Or asked another way, "When does it stop being too early to do something?"

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    Karl Ravech joined ESPN in May 1993 and serves as primary host of the Emmy Award-winning Baseball Tonight and as a SportsCenter anchor. He has hosted ESPN's coverage of the Major League Baseball playoffs and World Series since 1995.

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