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Glories of '05 become just a memory for sagging Sox

Updated: June 23, 2007, 3:19 AM ET
By Gene Wojciechowski | ESPN.com

CHICAGO -- Less than two years after winning the World Series, the Chicago White Sox are such a mess they could apply for FEMA disaster money and probably get it.

Of course, don't mention this to Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf; he might fill out the papers himself. Reinsdorf is the guy who sold his nightly starting times (7:11) to a convenience store chain for not much more than the major league mininum salary of $380,000, so anything is possible.

The White Sox aren't irrelevant ...

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