A sure, if slow, return to health was one reason to believe that a White Sox turnaround was possible, that talk of this team spending October watching from the couch was premature. But every time an injured star comes back, another one hits the IL. They just can’t catch a break.
Return to health could help turn White Sox’ season around, but bad injury news won’t stop comingBy 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.