The time to move on is rarely seen by most of us who toil at a profession and knock out a living and a career.
The moment of truth is upon us. Chicago will have to win 65 percent of their remaining games, Bruce Levine writes.
“If we continue to play like we have, we will be just fine,” White Sox GM Rick Hahn said about standing pat at the deadline.
The Chicago White Sox continue to evaluate their position to move up as a contender on a daily basis.
General manager Rick Hahn freely admits he wants to be a buyer, but he’s also a realist.
“We’re currently and not surprisingly having conversations with a number of different clubs,” Hahn says of the White Sox.
With 32 wins in the first half of the season, the White Sox must realistically win 53 of their last 81 games to be a wild-card contender.
Everyone shares in the struggles of the White Sox, GM Rick Hahn says.
The first demarcation point of 60 days to evaluate the team has come and gone for the GM.
The next few weeks will decide Chicago’s intentions on the trade market.
The White Sox are searching for answers amid a disappointing start.
The recent campaign to blame the White Sox’s bad start on manager Robin Ventura was addressed by GM Rick Hahn on Tuesday.
“Carlos’ innings (are) essentially a scarce resource,” Hahn says.
“You cannto look at the first three games and predict the season,” David Robertson says.
The White Sox general manager Rick Hahn spoke with the Mully and Hanley Show on Friday morning.
The secondary ticket market shows Chicago baseball fans are bullish on their teams.
With renewed pitching depth, the White Sox are feeling really confident.
Gordon Beckham will provide depth and versatility in the infield.
The relatively young GM is under new pressure to win from a notoriously fickle, cranky fanbase.
White Sox players are just as excited as their fans.