First up in our ‘Sox Six-Pack,’ mini-series, what Michael Kopech’s role might look like in 2020.
For how long, we don’t know for certain. But for the time being, baseball is back.
After weeks of nauseating public posturing and bad faith negotiations between MLB and the MLBPA, the COVID-19 virus has reared its ugly head again, and may end baseball in 2020 once and for all.
After latest MLB Proposal was struck down by the MLBPA, it’s looking like negotiations are beyond saving.
With the clock ticking on a 2020 season, Major League Baseball’s latest offer seems to have garnered much of the same reaction from the player’s union.
Just when the White Sox rebuild was finally going to begin to bare fruit, the 2020 season came to a screeching halt, and now we wait.
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A White Sox-Cubs division rivalry, if for only one season, would be fantastic. Here’s what it, and an ensuing postseason could look like.
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.
Welcome to the show, how COVID-19 has impacted baseball and our lives, and what a shortened 2020 season might look like.