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Playoff push won't change mindset

CHICAGO -- As the 58-game push to the postseason begins for the White Sox, they don't plan on changing the one-day-at-a-time philosophy that has brought them to this point.

"Just take it day by day, try to win the first game of every series, which obviously is a tone-setter for the series and just grind it out like they always have," White Sox general manager Ken Williams said. "The work hasn't changed. So the approach need not change. Let's just keep grinding away and see where we end up when it's all said and done."

"We like coming to the park and enjoy being here," White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham said. "I don't know if I've been here when we've been in this spot this late. We've always kind of had some what-ifs, but it seems like we are on the right track here. So, for three seasons it wasn't like this. Now it feels like we've got a good chance to win this thing."

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CHI Full Game Coverage CAGO -- As the 58-game push to the postseason begins for the White Sox, they don't plan on changing the one-day-at-a-time philosophy that has brought them to this point.

"Just take it day by day, try to win the first game of every series, which obviously is a tone-setter for the series and just grind it out like they always have," White Sox general manager Ken Williams said. "The work hasn't changed. So the approach need not change. Let's just keep grinding away and see where we end up when it's all said and done."

"We like coming to the park and enjoy being here," White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham said. "I don't know if I've been here when we've been in this spot this late. We've always kind of had some what-ifs, but it seems like we are on the right track here. So, for three seasons it wasn't like this. Now it feels like we've got a good chance to win this thing."

 

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