More speed, less power ... more wins?

White Sox altered offensive philosophy, but will it be enough to pass Twins and Tigers?

Updated: March 30, 2010, 4:58 PM ET
By Bruce Levine | ESPNChicago.com

Will the Chicago White Sox offense be offensive? Only time and a 162-game schedule will determine that.

The perennial slugging South Siders are mostly gone, replaced by new, sleek and more refined position players. Those new players can rake, but also take an extra base and score from first on a double.

The go-go is back for the White Sox. However, the question remains: Will their run production be enough to pass the Minnesota Twins and the Detroit Tigers in the AL ...

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