Like every year (especially when Joe Torre is not involved) the All Star selections. Sure we still have about six weeks which means we are only half way there. While Francona did a decent job (some would say he went the opposite of what we normally see by initially omitting Clement and picking Justin Dushererererere over Timlin) and there are always debates and outrages, I can only imagine Ozzie Guillen's choices and all of his comments that will come with it.
The White Sox are the hottest (maybe best) team in baseball. You could make an argument that 6 of their 8 position players are deserving (Konerko, Iguchi, Pierzynski, Crede, Dye Podsednik - granted some less so than others especially based on positions) and their DH (although their is no DH since it is in an NL park). Not to mention Vazquez, Buerhle, Contreras (if he comes back from injury soon) and Garcia (despite a 4+ ERA he is 6-1). And even though his ERA is very high for a reliever, Bobby Jenks is second in saves.
And Jenks is the most interesting one - Ozzie loves him. Loves the fact that he has overcome so much negative *stuff.* And this is the one that I can see being the most controversial. Maybe he picks Jenks over Papelbon, Rivera, BJ Ryan, or K-Rod. And he'll make some comment that will piss everyone off.
We still are only half way there, but isn't that what makes baseball so great. Do people argue over who should make the NBA all star team or go to the pro bowl? Certainly not with as much passion. Maybe its because "this time it means something." Thanks to Bud Selig, the genius.