Sox Machine Live!: White Sox could use some arms

Recorded: 5/14/2019

Josh and Jim review the White Sox latest injuries to Carlos Rodon, Nate Jones, and Micker Adolfo. Can the front office count on these three players to help turn the rebuilding efforts to contenders? 

With many injuries on the pitching front, Rick Hahn states that they may need to find outside solutions. What do those solutions look like?

Plus, a preview of the weekend series against the Toronto Blue Jays. 

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Lurker Laura

What’s Mark Buehrle doing these days?


Hope the Sox stay in-house, with one lower cost FA, on pitching this offseason. Cycle through Kopech, Cease, Giolito, Lopez and 3rd tier FA, while using the first half to see what you may get from Rodon, Dunning and whomever else could miraculously come along.
Use the offseason FA $’s on offense. Use the 2020 trade deadline on pitching, if it ends up being needed.


Hopefully the Sox start calling up young arms to see how they handle pressure, on the offensives side, they are close. They need to stop playing to the other team strength and start playing to their. How many more RBI would Abreu have if Anderson and Moncada were always in front of him in the lineup? How can you use a cleanup hitters that gets more walks then hits?