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“I just want to throw up zeros every time I go out there, and dominate. I plan on seeing myself in the bullpen in Chicago, helping us win games for years to come.”
When baseball makes its return, it will unify our country, a country looking for some semblance of normalcy during one of the most trying periods of our lives.
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Despite a red-hot start for Eloy Jimenez, the Sox have stumbled out of the gates in the 2020 Strat-O-Matic season simulation.
“In his first professional at bat, Carlos, who will forever be known as ‘El Caballo’ on the Southside, took a Tom Candiotti knuckleball over the left center field wall.”
“Ray Durham smoked a line-drive to the left-side past the diving Willie Greene. The ball danced down the left-field line as Hawk Harrelson’s signature call cued-up the celebratory fireworks. Fireworks that I often listened to from my childhood bedroom, including on that night.”
There’s still a figurative light at the end of the tunnel for the 2020 Chicago White Sox season, but it’ll have to be a compromise.
Despite the time at Camelback Ranch being cut short, there were a handful of things that we learned about the 2020 White Sox this spring.