It felt inevitable. Turns out, it was inevitable. Nick Madrigal will join the White Sox today, traveling to Kansas City this weekend. Two weeks ago, Madrigal fielded questions about making the team, before he knew he’d start the season in Schaumburg. Now, Nick Madrigal Day has come. Nick Madrigal, via MLB.com “I really do want to be a part of this team from the start. … [Read more...] about White Sox call up Nick Madrigal
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2020’s start hasn’t gone the way the White Sox wanted. Through five games against two division rivals, the White Sox are 1-4 losing two games a-piece to the Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians. They’ve been outscored 36-23. They just dropped both games of a doubleheader against a team with whom they will battle to earn a playoff spot. White Sox manager Rick Renteria via … [Read more...] about The White Sox need a big-time start from Lucas Giolito vs. Cleveland tonight
Welp, it’s here. We’re doing it. After over 250 days without baseball, the Cubs and White Sox begin their 2020 seasons tonight, against the Brewers and Twins, respectively. 60 games. 66 days. Neither team will travel beyond the Midwest. It’ll be weird, and the validity of this season will be debated for years to come. But few baseball fans can deny their excitement about the … [Read more...] about The state of Chicago baseball
It’s been a while since true, prolonged excitement filled the South Side of Chicago about the White Sox. But two days away from the strangest baseball season one could imagine, the White Sox have ample reason for buzzing about what this season can bring. The Sox aren’t contenders yet, at least not in theory. But the 2020 team has drawn comparisons to the 2015 version of … [Read more...] about What will Luis Robert’s impact be for the 2020 White Sox?
Among the list of hope-inspiring arrivals to the 2020 White Sox was the return of Michael Kopech, who missed the end of his 2018 campaign and all of the 2019 season recovering from Tommy John surgery. The hope was for the prized once-prospect to get back on track in a shortened season and make strides in his long-term development, be it as a member of the rotation or as some … [Read more...] about Taking stock of the White Sox rotation after Michael Kopech opts out of 2020 season