Paul Sullivan: Joe Kelly has a lot to get off his chest: 5 takeaways from the White Sox reliever’s upcoming book

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CHICAGO — Jim Bouton’s “Ball Four,” a tell-all book by the former knuckleballer as he struggled through the 1969 season, is regarded as a classic piece of baseball literature. So when I received an advance copy of the new book by Chicago White Sox reliever Joe Kelly, I was excited about the opportunity to hear all the interesting behind-the-scenes stories of the Sox’s 2022 season. What would Kelly have to say about embattled manager Tony La Russa being booed by Sox fans? Or the Tim Anderson-Josh Donaldson beef? Or his own struggles with his new team after signing a two-year, $17 million deal f…

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