Episode 123 is now available. Here is this week’s rundown.
Guest: Colleen Kane, Chicago Tribune
On this week's show, we preview the upcoming season for the Chicago White Sox infield. Perhaps the strongest unit entering 2017, there is a lot of uncertainty on who will get playing time at season's end. What should the White Sox do with Todd Frazier? Is trading Jose Abreu a wise move? How long will Brett Lawrie be the second baseman before Yoan Moncada arrives?
Also, we get a report from training camp as Chicago Tribune's Colleen Kane joins the show. She explains why the White Sox are taking it easy early with Carlos Rodon, the differences between Rick Renteria and Robin Ventura, and Tim Anderson breaking out of his shell.
Of course, we answer questions in P.O. Sox. Here are a couple of questions that made the show:
@SouthSideSox with so much talk of Seth Beer, what are the odds the white sox draft him next year?— Richard⚾WightSox (@Rinnegan_Rich96) February 20, 2017
@SouthSideSox Why do most people seem to view Renteria only as a place holder. Why couldn't he be a long term solution?— Gnome (@Gnome89) February 19, 2017
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