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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.

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Grandal, Giolito, Gonzalez Dealing with Minor Ailments

When meeting with the media at Camelback Ranch today, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn announced that Yasmani Grandal, Lucas Giolito, and Gio Gonzalez are dealing with minor injuries.

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.

Recapping the Offseason that was for the Chicago White Sox

The White Sox, who won just 72 games in 2019, have seemingly opened their window of contention by outspending the majority of Major League Baseball this winter.

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For the White Sox and Carlos Rodon, the Road Ahead is Murky

Given Rodon’s injury history, his inconsistency when healthy, and the doubt that he’ll be open to a long-term extension, you have to believe that Rodon’s days are numbered in Chicago.

The White Sox Window is Open: Highlights from SoxFest 2020

If the vibe from this weekend’s festivities were any indication of what’s to come, you’d better be ready for a fun one, White Sox fans.

Three Moves the White Sox Could Make to Wrap Up a Great Offseason

Exaining a few things the White Sox could do in the next 32 days to improve an already much-improved team.

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The White Sox Time is Now

With a strong, internally developed core, and now with savvy, cost-effective free agent signings beginning to come in, there is no more waiting for the White Sox. Their time is now.

Feel The Bang

On paper, the White Sox won’t be a favorite to win the AL Central, but given the upside that many of the young players on the 26-man roster possess, it isn’t out of the realm of possibility to see this team take a major jump a year early.

Predicting the 2020 #ThatsSoWhiteSox Headlines

A 162-game baseball season is sure to bring many exciting times, soul-crushing defeats, and flat-out laughable news blurbs.

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