- The article criticizes the ownership and management of the Chicago White Sox for their lack of success in winning games and titles.
- The author suggests that the team's goal is not to achieve baseball success, but rather to keep the fans interested enough to buy tickets.
- The article highlights Jerry Reinsdorf's obsession with control and his financial success as the owner of the White Sox.
Despite the perception of incompetence among Chicago White Sox fans, the team’s ownership and management consider themselves successful. Owner Jerry Reinsdorf, known for his tax avoidance strategies and obsession with control, has profited greatly from his ownership of the team. General Manager Rick Hahn and Executive Vice President Ken Williams, although criticized by fans, enjoy high salaries and little accountability. While fans may feel disillusioned, the honchos of the White Sox seem content with their personal success.
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