CHICAGO | It might have been like a bad Hollywood script, but it still was a good day in real life Saturday for Alex Rios in playing above the fences.
The White Sox's Alex Rios watches his grand slam during the third inning of Saturday's 10-6 win over Atlanta.
CHICAGO | From the infield to the outfield, the White Sox are playing much better defense than they did during their listless start. And it's no coincidence that the wins are coming in bunches now.
White Sox right fielder Alex Rios, right, is tagged out by Minnesota Twins third baseman Trevor Plouffe after trying to steal third base during the fourth inning of Sunday's game.
CHICAGO | As usual with all the other inside-baseball stuff they do, the White Sox will keep their parting-advice to Adam Dunn on the CIA-secretive/black ops level this week.
CHICAGO | The message is as simple and direct as Mark Buehrle's repertoire, but the answer is as complicated as the White Sox's prospects going forward this season in the American League Central.
CHICAGO | Sixty and sixty.
CHICAGO | The surest way to agitate Ozzie Guillen these days is ask a question about Alex Rios' now-rationed playing time.
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