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Killer B’s Podcast 7 — Tony La Russa in Left Field

Tommy Barbee and Keelin Billue talk about ongoing depth struggles after the recent White Sox losses including Eloy, Jimmy Cordero, and Reynaldo López

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Join the Killer B’s for their last episode before Opening Day as they discuss:

  • Beer and Mushrooms (the food): The Killer Bs take a brief detour on the way to baseball to discuss opinions on types of beers (IPAs or nay?) and other controversial ingestible items.
  • Hitting the Wall: Eloy Jiménez’s pectoral tear and 5-6 month recovery period highlights the glaring depth problems of the Chicago White Sox. What do we do now? Tommy and Keelin discuss potential solutions.
  • Trade Options: The gap Eloy has left and the Marlins in the hunt for a trade leaves some looming questions. Additionally, the team takes a look at who is left in free agency to fill gaps.
  • Pitching: As the outfield and hitting issues loom, pitching looks pretty good heading into Opening Day. What are some areas that look good, and what still needs some work?
  • See You in the Stands: Tommy and Keelin are spending Opening Day at home, but you can also catch them in the stands this season.
  • Tommy might be starting a Doobie Brothers cover band, so if you are frequenting a Burger King in the southeast, you might also be visiting China Grove
  • Also finally, please make note of a BOLD prediction and promise about Adam Eaton from Tommy!

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