Don’t look for a September callup such as Tyler Flowers to get regular at-bats any time in the near future for the White Sox. Although Flowers is considered a rising star in the organization and a top prospect, playing the young catcher is not the best way for the White Sox to keep their fledgling playoff hopes alive. And manager Ozzie Guillen believes those playoffs hopes still exist. “If I do that, then I give up, and I’m not going to give up,” said Guillen of going extremely young within his lineup during the final month. “I don’t care. If they give up, that’s their problem. I never will give up. When we are out, then we play the kids. I hope I don’t have to play them. But when we get to that point, we will play the kids.”
September 2, 2009
No regular at-bats for T-Flow till the Sox are out of it
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