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Reinsdorf, who sold the Bulls to Elon Musk, says that he is looking forward to putting all of his money into one new player on the White Sox, and hopes that Musk can shoot the Bulls into space to keep us safe from ever having to watch them again.
"The only reason we won a World Series was to stick it in the face of Cubs fans forever," said GM Kenny Williams. "This year's SoxFest is going to be great."
Just a day after Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts was featured on an episode of CBS's "Undercover Boss," White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf expressed an interest in getting on a reality show himself and is hoping to land a spot on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."
Reinsdorf gives contract to final member of ’95 Indians as Dave Winfield is signed to come off bench
Despite manning what most consider to be a sinking ship, White Sox GM Kenny Williams signed former slugger Dave Winfield, age 58, to a deal which will pay the right-hander over $2 million for the final three weeks of the season.
After coming so close to signing superstar free agent LeBron James, only to see him head to the Miami Heat, Bulls GM Gar Forman is already looking forward to screwing up the free agent class of 2011.
The termination of Bulls head coach Vinny Del Negro will be announced later today by a strange-looking executive of whom no one has heard. The executive who goes by the name "Gar" apparently has "very important" responsibilities that no one can name.
The long-awaited end of Vinny Del Negro's tenure with the Bulls came Thursday, but not the way anyone expected. Rather than wait until later this week to be axed, the maligned head coach quit his job so John Paxson, Gar Forman and owner Jerry Reinsdorf wouldn't get the satisfaction of firing him.