Tag: spring training 2020

White Sox's Fulmer Feeling Confident, Mentally Ready to Compete

“It’s definitely been a long journey, but I feel really comfortable and in a place now where I’ve wanted to be for a long time.”

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Nicky Flow-monico

While Nicky Delmonico has fully recovered from his surgery in time to be ready for Spring Training, the most significant change he has made is to his appearance.

White Sox: After a Breakout 2019, Yoรกn 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.

White Sox: ST Day 1 Recap, Injuries and James McCann's Role ๐Ÿ”Š

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.

Spring Fling: A Chicago White Sox Spring Training Primer

Despite it just starting to look and feel like winter in Chicago, Spring — and baseball — is right around the corner. Happy Spring Training, White Sox fans!

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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White Sox: Biomechanics, Draft Philosophies, Spring Training and More! ๐Ÿ”Š

A conversation with FutureSox Senior Editor, James Fox on his in-depth column featuring Ben Hansen, a new approach to analytics in player development and injury rehab and prevention, and much more!

White Sox: Pace of Play, Stadium Experience and Anticipated Debuts ๐Ÿ”Š

With just under two weeks until pitchers and catchers report to Camelback Ranch for Spring Training, I took advantage of the slow news cycle to spend some quality time with my kids, and get their perspective on the White Sox, SoxFest experiences, being a kid at the ballpark and much more!

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.