Sunday was a day of reflection for Ozzie Guillen, which was a good idea since it would be awkward for him to look ahead to next year when he may not be the White Sox's manager.

Most fans lay blame for the Sox's demise — and thus Guillen's — on Adam Dunn and Alex Rios, who started the first series of the season as the third and fifth hitters in the lineup.

And while it may not be quite that simple, those two seem to have never bought in to the "all in" ad campaign, combining for fewer than 25 homers and barely 90 RBIs for the 77-82 Sox after Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Royals.

In the eyes of many fans, the greatest criticism of Guillen was sticking with Dunn and Rios for three-fourths of the season.