White Sox Weekly
With few decisions left to be made, the White Sox fully expect that their team will be complete by next week. That according to the manager Ozzie Guillen after the Sox 6-2 loss to the Dodgers on Wednesday.
After going most of spring training battling with Chris Sale to be the Chicago White Sox’s closer, Matt Thornton got the official nod from manager Ozzie Guillen. But it’s business as usual for Thornton, even after the announcement.
Just yesterday, Jake Peavy’s progress continued to be encouraging.
Though he admits he doesn’t “think it’s etched in stone,” Jake Peavy said today after his start against the A’s that, at this point, he appears to be in line to get the start April 6th in Kansas City.
By Chris Rongey MARYVALE, AZ–Tomorrow could mark a fairly significant day for the White Sox as they get closer to April first and the opener in Cleveland. Until now, the main story line throughout camp […]
White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf understands that any time he has is valuable. And being 75, that makes any time he has left precious.
Consider that maybe the most important of the reasons that the signage hanging on this year’s Sox team reads “All In” instead of “Under Construction”.
For some players to be effective at the plate they need constant input and tweaks by the team’s batting coach. Other players just seem to be able to step into the batter’s box and get the job done.
Last season the perception was that Mark Teahen was going to be the Chicago White Sox’s third baseman heading into the season. This season, however, there appears to be more competition at the hot corner.
Mark Buehrle has been the opening day starter for the Chicago White Sox for eight of the last nine seasons, but if you ask him, this year should be the first that John Danks gets that honor.
With the departure of former Chicago White Sox closer Bobby Jenks, the team has opened up the competition to be this year’s closer to the entire bullpen. And it’s a job they’d all love to have.