Sox finally show potential

Early-season struggles created doubt, but the Sox have the talent to get back in it

Updated: June 23, 2010, 12:41 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- All is sanguine and beatific at 35th and Shields, or as I like to call it the corner of World and Series, where the heat rises off the home team's bats and the air smells of burnt National League pitcher.

Free from the doldrums of spring, Ozzie Guillen is playing to full crowds of reporters, Kenny Williams is once again overhyping another first-rounder to fatten him up for a future trade and the beat-up collection of walking-dead corpses known as the Chicago White Sox ...

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