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Analyzing The Chicago White Sox’s First Pair of Series: How They Performed

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe 2020 season is finally here and everyone was excited well, except Orioles fans. The Chicago White Sox have an off day today, and let’s take a look at how they began their season: It started with the Minnesota Twins on Opening Day which involved a really – fun – first inning. Minnesota Twins Series Literally the first pitch, 365 feet home run with a Batting Average of .170. Yup, it’s one of those years. The Sox just couldn’t get out of that inning allowing five. It could have been avoided if Leury Garcia made a...

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Chicago White Sox 2020 Season Preview

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis season’s Chicago White Sox team is very exciting given how most of their players took leaps forward and GM Reinsdorf actually went out and spent money on some free agents. They set up to be a fun team to watch and here is a preview their 2020 team. Starting Lineup: 1. Luis Robert, CF 2. Yoan Moncada, 3B 3. José Abreu, 1B 4. Edwin Encarnación, DH 5. Yasmani Grandal, C 6. Eloy Jiménez, LF 7. Tim Anderson, SS 8. Nomar Mazara, RF 9. Nick Madrigal, 2B This is what the opening day lineup should look...

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Chicago White Sox Draft Recap: Pick Breakdowns

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe MLB draft concluded yesterday after 5 rounds and I am going to recap my favorite team, the White Sox. First Pick: Garret Crochet Garret Crochet was an interesting pick in my eyes. It wasn’t an attempted underslot because he was one of the best guys available, but I’m not sure he was the guy though. According to an MLB Now article, the scouts were pleading for them to take Mick Abel who went 15 to the Phillies but Kenny Williams overrode the scouts and took Crochet. I don’t have a lot of faith in Williams...

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Revisiting Michael Jordan’s Baseball Career

Reading Time: 2 minutesYes, you read that right. Michael Jordan played baseball.  In honor of the Jordan documentary series premiering last week, The Last Dance, I’ve decided to analyze and dissect his baseball career. Although it didn’t last long, there were still many memorable moments as he played the sport professionally. In his short one year stint with baseball, he was an active player for the Birmingham Barons, a Double A team in the Chicago White Sox organization.  Jordan played the Outfield for the Barons. He was utilized as a dynamic fielder that could play all three positions; right,...

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