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Intro: Dylan Cease All-Star Snub
8:15: Weekend recap
14:10: Bob Nightengale’s report
21:52: Michael Kopech’s nagging problems
29:33: Gavin Sheets turning it around
34:09: Cleveland series preview
47:40: AL Playoff Picture
52:55: P.O. Sox
Many of us are critical of Tony for his handling of the pitching staff, but how much of the blame should be placed on Ethan Katz? He gets all the credit for ‘fixing guys’, so how much responsibility does he have for decisions like pitching changes, what relievers gets certain innings, etc?
Did the White Sox miss out on a chance to be competitive in 2019? With great years from Moncada, Giolito, and Anderson (plus being .500 in June), it feels like this window that may be shutting quickly could’ve been opened sooner.
Where is the accountability for this team? While I agree with releasing Dallas Keuchel, he is the only one to suffer any consequence for a poor performance this season. The rest of the players, coaching staff and front office seem to get a pass. It’s incredibly frustrating as a fan to see mistake after mistake made and zero repercussions for anyone making them.
69:27: Bonus P.O. Sox
Should Chicago trade the White Sox for the Montreal Canadians?
Guys I know he’s a popular dude but do we have a Lance Lynn problem? He’s getting lined up more often than not and we really need him to start missing bats…
A hypothetical: it’s November 15th and we’ve somehow gotten what we want: a new owner and a new front office made up of the best and brightest minds in MLB. When this new front office steps in, with their outsider perspective, do they conclude that this roster is closer to sustainable success or closer to needing a rebuild?