Tag: Reynaldo Lopez

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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Grading the Moves of the White Sox Rebuild Era

The White Sox hope these transactions will truly “change the game” as their recent series of promotions boldly touts.

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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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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 Spring Training Notebook: Report Day for Pitchers and Catchers

White Sox Spring Training highlights from Camelback Ranch for Wednesday, February 12th.

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.

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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