NEW YORK -- After surviving a 2½-hour delay listening to Chicago White Sox fans in the terminal at O'Hare Airport, facing the national media Monday in the back of the press box at Yankee Stadium was a breeze for general manager Kenny Williams.
Williams didn't mince words, saying the team has been incredibly unspectacular while at the same time still possessing the talent to turn things around. Right now, though, there is nothing to feel good about.
"Well I have no choice but to look at them as 8-14 right now because that's where we are and we have earned every bit of it," Williams said at the outset. "We have not hit, we have not pitched consistently and we have not caught the ball. We have played as poorly as we can possibly play."