The official end to the 2018 regular season is around the corner, although it could be argued that the Chicago White Sox season has been D.O.A. as of, say, April. But with a hat-tip to our pals over at DRays Bay, it’s still a good time to reflect on the 2018 that was.
Yeah, pass the Tums.
When it comes to bad, we have a lot to choose from: No one with a truly gifted offensive or pitching season; injuries to Avisaíl García, Yoán Moncada, Leury García, José Abreu, Nicky Delmonico; Welington Castillo’s drug suspension; Michael Kopech’s TJS; injuries in the farm system; every starter on the team having more star-crossed moments than highlights; the ludicrous Eloy Jiménez service time debacle; a run at 100 losses; a battle for last place with the lowly Kansas City Royals ...
We’re running a FanPost pairing this week to look back. The first piece asked you to choose the best moments of the season. Today, we flip the script, and get gritty.
Just copy and paste the list below into a new FanPost, and tell us why you picked what you did.
White Sox Worst of 2018
Worst position player:
Least favorite player:
Worst single play:
Worst single game:
Prospect you’re most disappointed by:
Worst moment of Hawk’s broadcasting career:
And feel free to fill in any category I may have missed. I’ll be filling mine out soon.
To create a fanpost, click “fanpost” at the top of this page, then click “new fanpost” from the fanposts page.