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North Side Sox Podcast 10 — Running Through Brick Walls

We’re so excited about the White Sox, and to share that enthusiasm, we bring on Sox Machine’s Josh Nelson!

We at North Side Sox are so excited about this team.

Tim Anderson’s comments on the Parkins & Spiegel show about the White Sox being the best team in the American League included a spicy expletive, and as a result, we wanna run through a brick wall for this man. (As if we needed another reason!)

To share in our excitement (and perhaps to distract us from some recent drama), the effervescent Josh Nelson of Sox Machine joins us for a discussion on some hot button issues in White Sox land lately, including:

  • Rick Hahn’s comments to James Fegan that sniped at White Sox fans being critical of the front office’s spending habits, and the masterful takedown of this rhetoric in an article by Jim Margalus.
  • If the White Sox are going to be competitive with the likes of the Yankees, why do they keep operating like a small- to mid-market team?
  • We discuss Michael Kopech, Dylan Cease, Garrett Crochet, and Carlos Rodón, and some possible scenarios for the bullpen and back end of the rotation, in the scope of a full 162-game season.
  • This episode was unofficially sponsored by the Wisconsin board of tourism; Josh shares his insider’s guide on a good time in Madison and what on the food scene you should check out (when it’s safe to do so, of course.)

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