I’m a 34-year-old White Sox fan from the southwest suburbs. I also write for FutureSox and coordinate most of their MLB Draft and international coverage. I teach sixth grade English in a special education setting, and I coach high school football as well as track and field at the junior high. I don’t believe in the Cubs and White Sox rivalry and push against that thought process. I’m far more concerned with the exploits of the other teams harbored in the American League Central. The Cleveland Indians ruined my childhood and I enjoy when bad things happen to them.
Among many solid options for 2022, one player stands above the rest.
A rotation add is essential, and some bullpen reinforcement wouldn’t hurt, either.
The search to improve with at least one major signing means the White Sox could be knocking on the door of the superagent.
The White Sox have a decision to make on a $16 million option for 2022 — and it’s not an easy one.
The baseball landscape in Chicago is shifting, and the White Sox are in a prime position to re-establish dominance in the marketplace
Darren Black, James Fox, Joe Resis, Bill Meincke and Zach Hayes hop on with Brett Ballantini to discuss the two new White Sox, and pinpoint what still needs to be done
Relief pitching is an area of concern, and the organization must step up to the plate soon to bring in a bridge to the ninth
The group is on a hot streak this year, so prospective improvements to the active roster are in good hands