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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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    Carlos Rodon and the Status Quo Are Back

    After months of White Sox fans like me clamoring for the team to add starting pitching depth, they have answered the bell, bringing back familiar face Carlos Rodon on a one year, $3MM deal.  Rodon, the 3rd overall pick of the 2014 draft, and the White Sox had seemingly reached a natural parting point about […] More

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    The Hall of Fame Case for Mark Buehrle

    I suppose I should preface this post by clarifying that I do not, incredibly surprisingly, possess a vote for the Baseball Hall of Fame.  With the Hall of Fame announcing the 2021 class (if anyone hits 75%) later today, I’ve been thinking a lot about who I would put on my ballot.  Most choices are […] More

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    White Sox Sign Adam Eaton to a One Year Deal

    Barely 12 hours after the Lance Lynn trade news struck, reports came out that the White Sox had already made their next move of the offseason.  In a surprise move that perhaps shouldn’t be so surprising because a) this is the Chicago White Sox, after all and b) this signing was floated by Chuck Garfien literally […] More

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    The White Sox Acquire Lance Lynn from Texas

    For the second year in a row, the White Sox and Rangers have completed a late night trade at the Winter Meetings, although this year’s installment of the Rick Hahn midnight special certainly carries more weight.  Just like that, the White Sox opened up their 2020 offseason by acquiring Lance Lynn, sending Dane Dunning and […] More

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