Central Division seems to be upside down so far
By Jon Krawczynski, AP Baseball Writer
MINNEAPOLIS -- When the White Sox took two of three games from Cleveland to start the season, Chicago manager Ozzie Guillen heard the snickers while he spoke so highly of the Indians and what they had assembled.
"I said that in Cleveland, when we left Cleveland, and people laughed at me," Guillen said.
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