Tag: Nicholas Castellanos

Should the Cubs Sign Nicholas Castellanos?

Even when putting budgetary constraints aside, there are many baseball reasons why signing Nicholas Castellanos is not a wise decision.

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Cornering The Market

Analyzing reasonable options for the White Sox to fill out their roster and have a competent platoon in right field.

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White Sox Offseason Grades: Outfield, Designated Hitter

Luis Robert’s extension headlined a busy offseason for the White Sox when it comes to the outfield/designated hitter positions, but will it translate in 2020?

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White Sox Still Interested in Castellanos; Looking to Extend Prospect Luis Robert

The White Sox have been staying busy this holiday season, and locking up their future outfield seems to be the next step.

Taking Stock: Who is Nomar Mazara, and How Does He Fit the White Sox Puzzle?

Mazara can be “a guy” in the puzzle for now, but he can’t be “the guy” if the White Sox plan on meeting their 2020 goals.

Let’s Get Ready To Rumble

What do the following players all have in common: Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg, Anthony Rendon, Nicholas Castellanos, Hyun-Jin Ryu, “Diamond” Dallas Keuchel?  They’re all free agents currently.  Oh wait, and they’re all represented by super agent, Scott Boras.  All of these names, aside from the first three mentioned, have been linked in some way to

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Rumor: Marcell Ozuna to the White Sox?

Rumors swirling the White Sox may have interest in signing Marcell Ozuna as early as Monday.

Grandal Signing, Abreu Extension Signal that the White Sox Refuse to Lose again this Winter

The White Sox have issued an early, loud message to the fans and to the rest of baseball — they’re looking to turn this roster into a contender, now.

Implications of the Yasmani Grandal Signing

It’s hard to imagine a better piece for the Sox to add in kicking off their pivotal offseason.

The 5 Players the Cubs May Trade this Offseason

While fans have yet to see President Theo Epstein trade from the MLB roster much recently, that will change this offseason.