Questionable decisions on Opening Weekend contributed to a rocky start against the Minnesota Twins.
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Chris and Carmen Ceja breakdown the action from the Cubs Opening Weekend series victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
It was a rough weekend for the White Sox, but we're on to Cleveland tonight. Let's take a look at what did, and didn't work, and a peek at the series ahead this morning.
Reynaldo Lopez didn't make it out of the first inning, and it continued to get uglier from there on Sunday afternoon.
The White Sox delivered the fireworks that we missed on Friday night and landed an equalizing blow on the Twins, but things aren't quite perfect just yet.
It's impossible to be anything but giddy right now. Kyle Hendricks' dominance last night felt predetermined, an eight pitch effort in the opening frame serving as a nondescript introduction of the contest's focal point. It's that quiet dominance that people all-too-often forget. Sure, Hendricks is accepted as good, with admissions aplenty that his success is…
While it wasn't the absolute reason the White Sox lost, Leury Garcia at second base in place of Nick Madrigal reminded us again where the White Sox priorities lie.
Happy Opening Day Cubs fans!
It's Opening Day, and it's the first installment of Ben Duncan's White Sox Reddit Rundown!