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White Sox buyers in empty market

They need a new pitcher, but few teams are selling

Originally Published: July 19, 2009
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

Whither Arnie Munoz?

Remember little Arnie? He was one of the cast of (seemingly) thousands to start -- and fail -- as the White Sox's fifth starter in 2004, and he did it so spectacularly that he never got a chance to start in the majors again. Eleven runs in three innings will do that to you.

In 2004, the Sox were one starting pitcher short all season, and they wound up finishing 83-79, good enough for second place in the AL Central and an October vacation.

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