With the White Sox set to open their Cactus League schedule tomorrow, we take a look at some things to watch develop in the next couple of weeks.
With spring training underway, positional battles and fights for roster spots are at the forefront, but one question is currently at the top of the list. Who will be the opening day DH for the Pale Hose?
“As we sit here today, the goal is to win a World Series championship,” Hahn said. “So if we fall short of that, it would be a disappointment.”
“We want to win a ring. We want to win a World Series.”
How do you evaluate a prospect with virtually no minor league experience, and deem him ready for an everyday role at the major league level? That’s the question surrounding Andrew Vaughn in 2021.
Chicago White Sox Special Assistant to the General Manager, Nick Hostetler sat down with Patrick Flowers to discuss the Sox bullpen, amateur scouting, saying goodbye to players in trades, Andrew Vaughn, and more.
Ian Eskridge, Xavier Sanchez, and Patrick Flowers are discussing the non-tender deadline, coaching staff hires, and the news that Len Kasper will be joining the White Sox radio broadcast after 16 years as the Chicago Cubs’ television play-by-play man.
Do the White Sox want to win World Series Championships, or make the playoffs a bunch of times during this window?
If 2020 was the turning point from rebuild to contention, 2021 promises to be the first year of many with World Series hopes for the White Sox. Logan Hard examines what few roster holes exist, and how Free Agency can help.
Could Rick Renteria be warming up to the idea of Luis Robert hitting near the top of the order in Yoan Moncada’s absence?