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.
Brian Cassella, Chicago Tribune