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Q&A with Kenny Williams

CHICAGO -- Looking at things backward, the White Sox are just where they expected to be at the All-Star break when the team reported to spring training in mid February.

It's just that nobody figured on the route the team would take to get to first place in the American League Central, especially general manager Ken Williams, now in his 10th season with the club.

On June 8, the White Sox were 24-33 and 9½ games behind the division-leading Minnesota Twins. Today, they are 49-38 and a half game up on the second-place Detroit Tigers.

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