The White Sox had preseason expectations of competing for a World Series championship. A third of the way through the season, they are not who we thought they were. There’s time, but right now, their bats have them looking far from capable of a title run.
Quiet bats have White Sox a long way from World Series-level expectationsBy Vinnie Duber
Author Vinnie Duber
Hello, Chicago. I'm here to bring you expert White Sox coverage from the South Side, where I've worked as a beat writer covering your favorite team for years, from rebuild to contention. But I've been a Chicagoan for many years longer. I was born in this city, I love a good Polish sausage, and I've got more than a couple Muddy Waters albums on vinyl. You can expect your White Sox coverage to come along with a heaping helping of rock n roll recommendations, plenty of Marvel GIFs and yes, Eloy's favorite mustache. Baseball's a game, and games are supposed to be fun. So let's have some fun. Play ball.