There's a lot to be learned from this disappointing season. But the biggest lesson that the White Sox are hoping leads to an attitude adjustment for 2023: not taking seasons in the middle of a supposed contention window for granted.
For José Abreu and the White Sox, things are much different than the "I'll re-sign myself" days of 2019. Abreu's teammates say they need him back, but do the decision makers need Abreu back? And does Abreu need the White Sox?
The White Sox need a new manager, and it doesn't stop there. They need to do something to the roster to ensure that what just happened doesn’t happen again. Here's what we learned about the team's manager search and other offseason plans from Rick Hahn's press conference on Monday.
White Sox fans got they wanted, even if they didn't want it to go down like this, and Tony La Russa's tenure is over. But finding a new skipper will not fix all the team's problems.
With the White Sox finally and officially eliminated from the playoff race, the players have started to reflect on a disappointing season, attempting to answer the biggest question: What went wrong?
The injury bug chomped down and never let go of the White Sox in 2022. It's still biting them at the end of this disappointing season. And now it's clouding things as they look toward 2023.
With the White Sox' late-season losing streak reaching seven games Tuesday, the focus is obviously on the offseason. So let's play a little "what if" with the 2023 roster.
Fans are begging for big change on the South Side this offseason. But it's not going to be easy. Here's a position-by-position look at why it'll be tricky for the front office to perform a big-time roster makeover.
Just like the Astros showed how big the chasm was between them and the White Sox by easily dispatching of the South Siders in last year’s playoffs, the Guardians are showing just how much difference there is between a team willing itself to October and one that can’t get the job done.