White Sox Wake Up Call: April 28, 2022

Yesterday: Andrew Vaughn was the hero thanks to his three-run homer, but Jake Burger and Tim Anderson also helped carry the offense to a 7-3 victory.

Today: Michael Kopech is on the mound against Brad Keller. 

Down on the Farm: Charlotte wins big, Birmingham and Winston-Salem suffer tough losses, and Kannapolis is back to .500. 

Around MLB: Josh Hader already has 10 saves, and the Minnesota Twins win their sixth straight game.

Music Credit: Celebration by Kool & The Gang

Broadcast Audio: NBC Sports Chicago

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To Err is Herrmann

The decimated Cincinnati Reds are on track to be the worst team in baseball history. With a .125 winning percentage, they are far worse than the 1962 New York Mets. The lovable losers — Marvelous Mark Throneberry, Choo Choo Coleman, Vinegar Bend Mizzell — led by crusty, bewildered manager Casey “Can’t anyone here play this game?” Stengel are the stuff of myth and lore. The collapse of the Reds are just a story of greed, venality and contempt. The players were right to seek a salary floor.