I don't know about you guys, but this is probably the best thing I've heard all day!
Many of our younger readers may not remember this, but the Sox used to be able to hit. The ball. Effectively.
Here are the statistics for years that Walker "helped":
2011: .252 BA
2010: .268 BA
2009: .258 BA
2008: .263 BA
2007: .246 BA (worst in the majors)
2006: .280 BA (top 10...a fluke?)
2005: .262 BA
2004: .268 BA
2003: .263 BA
2002: .268 BA
The White Sox, despite spending tons of money on hitters every year, failed to crack the top 15 team batting averages more than once in Walker's career as Sox hitting coach. This is a guy who was so bad that Frank Thomas insisted on going back to Walk Hriniak to salvage his swing. With the exception of Paul Konerko, the Sox have not had a consistent .300 hitter since 2003 or earlier.
This is a team that has had players come from other teams where they were successful and fail horribly after "adjustments" (Rios, Dunn...etc) and has had rookie hitters become unable to hit the ball (Beckham).