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    Luis Robert is Out, Fate is Cruel

    In what has been a frustrating yet ultimately successful season so far, the last thing the White Sox needed was yet another major injury blow, especially not to their outfield.  Yet that’s exactly what they got, in the form of Luis Robert suffering a strain of his hip flexor while trying to beat out an […] More

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    Carlos Rodon Throwing a No-No is Perfect

    We’re not even a week into his reign, and Carlos Rodon has already usurped Joe Musgrove as MLB’s most recent no-hitter.  Hell, we’re not even a year out from the last White Sox no-no, when Lucas Giolito spun one of the most dominant games in recent memory.  Unlike last year, though, there is one big […] More

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    What is Success for the 2021 White Sox?

    Fresh off a 2020 season that saw the South Siders make the playoffs for the first time in 12 years, expectations for the 2021 White Sox are high as they’ve been since 2006. After the doldrums of the rebuild have seemingly come and gone, there’s good reason for optimism on at least one side of […] More

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    Eloy Jimenez is Down – What Now?

    Well, every good thing has to come to an end.  Just a few weeks after I talked about how nice it was to only have the backup catcher race to talk about at White Sox Spring Training, the news of Eloy Jimenez and his ruptured pec has rocked the White Sox plans for 2021. In […] More

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    Who Will Be the White Sox Backup Catcher?

    While most of the White Sox lineup is set, the battle for the backup catcher role continues to wage on in Spring Training.  While some of the other storylines revolve around definite major league-caliber players, ignoring service time (a la Andrew Vaughn), there aren’t a lot of jobs to be won outside of backup catcher. […] More

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    Andrew Vaughn Is Ready to DH Yesterday

    Spring Training is the time of year to exaggerate every little improvement to the end of the earth, but this year, with Andrew Vaughn, it’s all real. After an offseason that saw the White Sox funnel most of their available resources towards the starting and relief pitching corps (plus one former leader of the team-declarer), […] More

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