Cy Cease goes from fantasy to reality
Found money, wasted
You just can’t get a better 43-game sample than this
We like the 2022 version of ReyLo — a lot
Pito lost his power, but was still the best hitter on the team
In a bullpen then often struggled, this young righty proved to be solid
His half-year beat most of his teammate’s full years
Over Thanksgiving break, let’s be thankful for this young ace
The 2022 White Sox of MLB pitching coaches
Garbage time relievers are important too, and this southpaw was at the top of the class
D Roughly and Carry a Big Stick
The current fifth starter — but hopefully Charlotte pitcher on Opening Day
All-around improvement? From a catcher?
There’s at least one thing we know: La Pantera can slug the s( out of the ball
Keep on Tonka Truckin’
Good until he wasn’t, but still better than Tony
It was mostly a season to forget for TA7, and his team
The pride of Rick Hahn’s Mega Bullpen™
He was the most fun on the team, and we’re not Joshing
The young buck from Baltimore thrived in clutch moments, despite spending the bulk of the season waist-deep in the right-field weeds (metaphorical weeds; no disrespect to the Sodfather)
A surprisingly key piece to the offensive puzzle — but can he maintain this type of production?
Surprisingly strong defense makes the mark
The stuff is always there, the command is hit or miss
Did he break the chain this season?
A surprisingly solid 2022 campaign lurks beneath mediocre final numbers
The most polarizing player is more than his numbers
Breakout MiLB season doesn’t translate, in limited MLB appearances
There are worse things than being replacement level
It’s OK to have one RBI
The catcher was good in Charlotte and blah in his Chicago debut
Enjoy this next and last season, people
The Man of Steal: so-so, or fantastic outfielder?
"Sports is a business of failure. Only one team is going to win every year. But the fact that you finished second or third or fourth, it doesn't mean you had a bad year." -Jerry Reinsdorf