Ian Eskridge and Patrick Flowers discuss a whirlwind week in White Sox news that began with the Tony La Russa DUI news and ended with Jose Abreu becoming the first White Sox player to win the American League MVP since Frank Thomas 26 years ago.
With the spotlight shining bright on the White Sox for all the wrong reasons, Logan Hard reflects on a simpler time when no one cared about the White Sox.
Ian Eskridge and Xavier Sanchez discuss the Tony La Russa hire, the lack of a coaching staff and the White Sox winning big during MLB awards season.
It’s BBWAA awards season around baseball and the Chicago White Sox are in the hunt for some hardware after their postseason run in 2020.
In the end, Jerry got his guy in Tony La Russa. He’d better hope he’s right, because he’s hinged the entire rebuild on the hopes that 76-year-old La Russa can get along and adapt.
Ian Eskridge and Xavier Sanchez are discussing the World Series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers. They also touch on the White Sox managerial search, Gold Glove finalists, and free-agency.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to read the writing on the wall when it comes to who the White Sox have atop their list of potential managers, and no, it’s not Tony La Russa.
Ian Eskridge and Xavier Sanchez discuss potential replacements for Rick Renteria, and take a look at free-agency needs for the White Sox.
After an unexpected playoff run in 2020 the White Sox have the opportunity to land the clear-cut favorite to replace Rick Renteria. Logan Hard hopes they don’t whiff on it, again.
Rick Hahn delivered a ton of information regarding the future of the White Sox in his hour-long season-ending press conference on Monday. Here are five key takeaways.