Author: Steve Paradzinski

Without Further Delay

We still won’t know for several weeks when baseball will come back into our lives, but when it does come back, the White Sox have to be all systems go from the outset.

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Locked Up

As you look across the baseball landscape it’s clear to see that the easiest way to go about achieving that long-term, sustained success is by having a core group of 5-7 above-average to star players.

The Importance of Starting Strong for the 2020 White Sox

The White Sox 2020 schedule presents a tremendous opportunity for the South Siders to announce their presence to the rest of the baseball world early on this season.

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The Start of the 2020 White Sox Season Was Blacked Out by More Than Just Weather

Why we cannot watch White Sox Cactus League games is potentially a colossal failure.

Quit Projecting

Projection models aren’t perfect and can’t foresee everything that will happen in 2020.

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Stop The Clock on Nick Madrigal

Having Nick Madrigal at 2B on Thursday, March 26th is the right thing to do for this team, service time be damned.

Defining Success for the White Sox in the Competitive Window

How will we ultimately define success for the White Sox through what’s supposed to be the competitive window?

The White Sox Fulcrum: Tim Anderson

The White Sox will look to Tim Anderson to be a leader on and off the field in 2020, and it is of utmost importance that the performance matches the personality.

Providing Protection for Jose Abreu

For the first time since donning a White Sox uniform, Jose Abreu will be in a position to truly succeed.

Relievers the White Sox Need to Bounce Back in 2020

If the White Sox get bounce-back campaigns from these bullpen pieces, a group that goes into the season as a question mark could quickly turn into a strength.