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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.

White Sox: Early Spring Training News, Darkhorse All-Stars, and Much More 🔊

Sox On Tap is back with a Sunday Funday episode to get you ready for White Sox Spring Training to kick into full gear.

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White Sox: After a Breakout 2019, Yoán Moncada Aiming to be Better in 2020

While Moncada plans on keeping his ‘if it’s there, hit it’ plate approach, he’s looking to steal more bases and stay on the field in 2020.

Jose Abreu Deserves Multiple Playoff Runs

Six years has been long enough. The White Sox captain deserves a taste of the postseason.

Post-Surgery Michael Kopech Ready to Bring a new Focus to the Mound for the White Sox

“It’s more so than just pitches, and when it comes to how I carried myself on the mound I probably wore my emotions on my sleeve a little bit too much, and now I’m trying to stay a little bit more even keel.”

White Sox: ST Day 1 Recap, Injuries and James McCann's Role 🔊

With day one of White Sox Spring Training in the books, Patrick Flowers has the latest news from Camelback Ranch on the latest episode of White Sox Unfiltered.

White Sox: Sizing Up 2020 🔊

White Sox Dave of Barstool Sports joins Sox On Tap to discuss a ton of topics surrounding the South Siders heading into the 2020 season.

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?

White Sox: All-Chicago Baseball Draft, 2020 Expectations 🔊

Patrick Flowers and Austin Bloomberg hammer out their picks for the “All-Chicago” roster in 2020 on the latest episode of White Sox Unfiltered.