We also discuss:
- How improved plate discipline helped rejuvenate the offense.
- Carlos Rodon impressing in his first start + Hector Noesi's sore hip = time for Rodon to join the starting rotation.
- Heading to Milwaukee, the White Sox will try to improve their road woes (2-11 on the season) against a Brewers team who has won 6 of their last 10. Despite playing better baseball, we discuss the fallacy to point at the firing of Ron Roenicke for the improved record.
- House of horrors aka Oakland will end the week for Chicago. Will Marcus Semien amp up to prove his worth against Chicago? Will John Danks continue his solid performance against Cincinnati?
- Finally, we answer your questions in P.O. Sox. Here are a couple of the gems we had in the mailbag:
@SouthSideSox Does "more hands on" mean RH will have more say in lineup const., who plays where and when, BP management, and stats input?— Patrick Kelly (@DrChaoborus) May 10, 2015
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For this week's poll, its the battle of which team has the better fight song: Chicago White Sox or Milwaukee Brewers?
Of course, White Sox fans know this classic from Captain Stubby and the Buccaneers.
I was introduced to "Turning up the heat" while in college, and similar to the 2005 White Sox in which "Go Go White Sox" became a rally song, this classic got a lot of air time during the Brewers play-off run.