- Eloy Jimenez will be on the Opening Day roster and could be in a White Sox uniform for the next eight years which is great news. The timing of his extension is a bit curious as we witness a wave of star players agreeing to new deals. Why did the White Sox decide now was the time to get a deal done with Eloy, and who could be next in line signing an extension?
- We make our 2019 season predictions with the help from some of our listeners. Choosing who we think will be the best White Sox position player, pitcher, what the best case and worst case scenario’s look like, and our boldest prediction.
- Finally, we answer your questions in P.O. Sox
It’s time to look at the regular season schedule! What do you think of the first month? Is it an opportunity or an obstacle?— Gucas Liogito (@GucasLiogito) March 24, 2019
@SoxMachine how much stock should I put in this? pic.twitter.com/gPPtglyqOi— Simeon F (@Simpossible) March 24, 2019
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Counting down the days when Francisco Lindor is no longer on the Indians
Nice that somebody’s sounding dumber than the Sox front office.
Let’s make a deal!
Seriously, love that guy
also, how does a team that keeps winning divisions keep crying poor, their is 0 chance they have been taking losses financially
Call me crazy but some profit and winning titles vs a bigger profit and losing seems an easy choice.
Im stunned by how many baseball owners dont see it that way.
I never really thought of owning a professional sports team as an actual investment, I always thought it was more of a fun ego trip thing something billionaires get into to try and win…
Nope. They are now sources of dynastic wealth.
Until the bubble pops/game of hot potato ends.
While the Charlotte offense looks random, could the bullpen be:
That’s pretty pleasant big league insurance.
And oh yeah Juan Minaya I guess.
Jay looked awful in the few games I saw him play. At least Engel can field his position. Jay looked about as competent in the batter’s box as Engel. That’s pretty telling to me. I’d release Jay. Takes away at-bats from players with a little intrigue. We all know who Jay is (or I should say was). I’d take the younger version. This guy isn’t it. I hope he proves me wrong. Wasted roster spot in my opinion at the moment.