Brian Cassella, Chicago Tribune
September 28, 2011
The door to the White Sox manager's office was closed tight and the nameplate above it removed. The realization that Ozzie Guillen was gone -- permanently -- produced an eerie quiet in the clubhouse. An era -- one that ended an eight-decade championship drought -- was really over. And the only thing anyone knew about the franchise future was that it would be much quieter. Lost in the funeral-like atmosphere was that Adam Dunn set the Sox season strikeout record with 176.