Tag: Tim Anderson

Top of the Order to Ya

White Sox manager Rick Renteria announced that he planned on having Tim Anderson lead off and Yoan Moncada bat second in Spring Training.

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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 Notebook: Labor Pains, PECOTA Projections

With just under 24 hours left between us and the start of Spring Training for the Chicago White Sox, there are a couple of items of interest to discuss this morning.

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White Sox: Sizing Up 2020 ๐Ÿ”Š

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.

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!

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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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.

White Sox: SoxFest 2020 Reactions ๐Ÿ”Š

Patrick Flowers was at SoxFest this weekend, and he’s dishing his biggest takeaways and his overall reactions to the event’s inaugural year at the McCormick Place West on the latest episode of White Sox Unfiltered.

Chicago’s All-Time Duos: Paulie and Buehrle

Konerko served as team captain from 2006 until his retirement in 2014, and Buehrle consistently threw gems while being the life of the clubhouse at any given time.