Pnoles filled in for Jim on this week’s show. Here is the rundown:
- Perhaps a bit surprising to see New York and Boston stay alive in the postseason with wins on Sunday, but not as shocking as the poor starting pitching performances. Bullpenning has taken over as managers are quick to the draw replacing their starters and rely heavily on their relievers. Is this smart baseball? Is this also just the beginning in a shift on how teams use pitchers for both the postseason and regular season?
- For this review episode we look at the following positions: First base, second base, shortstop, and third base. Touching on what went well, what didn’t go well, what improvements these players need to see in 2018, and what the future outlook is for the White Sox at these positions.
- We had several good questions regarding the White Sox infield:
Who is at 1B if Abreu is the longterm DH, or gets traded?— Matthew Patterson (@MPatterson75) October 9, 2017
#POSOX Do we let Yolmer play 3rd or look for an upgrade? If its an upgrade, what do we do with Yolmer? He's better than just a bench guy.— Rex Fermier (@RexFermier) October 9, 2017
Do you expect the Sox to draft another Rule 5 player? #POSox— Russell The K9 (@RusselltheK9) October 9, 2017
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