AL Central

Addison Reed: Under The Radar

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By: Marcos Sandoval   When you hear of MLB’s top closers and relief pitchers, who do think of? Kimbrel? Knebel? Jansen? Well here is one guy you don’t hear about, Addison Reed. Me, as a White Sox fan, remember him from his old days in the black in white pinstriped of the south side from 2011-2013. With only 6 games in his 2011 season, it took until the 2012 season for Reed to get a full season under his belt. He finished with a 4.75 ERA, 29 saves, and 4 holds in his rookie year. Although an ERA that is...

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Eloy Jimenez To Start MLB Career On Opening Day

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By: Mark Lester   After years of waiting, and after spending the last season as one of, if not the best prospects in all of baseball, Eloy Jimenez will make his long-awaited debut in the big leagues. The White Sox have just promoted him to the MLB roster, meaning that he’ll be in the lineup for Opening Day. The move was announced after the White Sox 7-1 Spring Training win over Arizona. The crown jewel of the White Sox farm system just signed a lucrative contract to stay on the South Side for at least six years for $43 million...

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White Sox Offseason Grade

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By: Mark Lester   It’s a few weeks until opening day, and it seems like the offseason is pretty much over for the White Sox, unless of course they somehow pick up Kimbrel or Keuchel. We all know that isn’t going to happen, so it’s probably safe to give them an offseason grade right now.   Easily the most notable part of the White Sox offseason was their pursuits of shortstop/third baseman Manny Machado and Bryce Harper, both of which eventually fell short. I’d be lying if I said that failure on the White Sox part won’t put a huge...

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White Sox Prospects We Could See In 2019

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By: Mark Lester   Even though they missed out on all the big names this offseason, the The White Sox have one of the most exciting farm systems in baseball at the moment, and Spring Training is giving us a fresh opportunity to take a look at some of the top prospects in the White Sox system. Seeing that the White Sox aren’t anywhere near contending, we’re bound to see plenty of call ups over the course of the season. So before the 2019 season kicks off, let’s take a close look at three of the new faces we’re most...

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How The Twins Can Overtake The Cleveland Indians

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By: Noah Wright   The Twins are a solid team. They got some decent bats with them adding consistent veteran Nelson Cruz, Eddie Rosario, C.J. Cron, bounce back candidates, Miguel Sano, and Jonathan Schoop, and breakout candidates like Jorge Polanco, Willians Astudillo, Byron Buxton, and Max Kepler. On the pitching side of things, Jose Berrios and Kyle Gibson head a solid one-two punch a-top the rotation, but the rest of the staff is so-so to say the least. And this is where the Twins falter. As opposed to the Cleveland Indians, the Twins pitching is not very good. Now I’m...

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