General manager Ken Williams has been hard-pressed to project his 2012 Chicago White Sox roster because of subpar performances from several players. One of those players is center fielder Alex Rios, who batted .227, including a .213 mark in the first half. Paul Kinzer, the agent for Rios, hopes that Rios' .307 batting average in September can serve as a building block for 2012. "I think he thinks he can build on that and take it in," Kinzer said Monday at the general managers' meetings.
Agent hopes Rios can use September as springboard to successful 2012
Chicago Tribune | Nov 15