White Sox fans are joking on social media about their team becoming the new Royals, what with Chris Getz and Pedro Grifol in charge and other ties in the front office. But while no one wants to model themselves off a perennial loser, everyone should be rooting for the type of championship success the Royals have experienced.
The White Sox are slowing their usage of Gregory Santos, who has struggled in the ninth-inning role of late, prompting questions about what the bullpen and the closer spot will look like in 2024.
The White Sox looked to get Michael Kopech some small victories by moving him to the bullpen, but the pitcher is still fighting the same battles he has been all season.
Michael Kopech has been moved to the bullpen. Oscar Colás has been sent to the minors. There are three weeks left in the season. If you’re confused by what the White Sox are doing with these moves, you’re not alone.
x Today, the Chicago White Sox announced they sent rookie outfielder, Oscar Colás down to class AAA Charlotte. White Sox Manager Pedro Grifol said of the move, “We need him to completely clean up his whole game.” Hear Pedro’s full comments on the move and reaction from the CHGO White Sox crew, Herb Lawrence, Vinnie Duber, and Sean Anderson as…
Jerry Reinsdorf and Chris Getz had a lot to say during their respective media sessions Thursday. But what did their comments have to say about the White Sox’ future in 2024 and beyond?
Friday was the first full day on the job for Chris Getz. His task of fixing the White Sox begins in the final weeks of the season.
Chris Getz was announced as the White Sox’ new general manager Thursday, Jerry Reinsdorf opting to stick with someone chock full of “White Sox DNA” to turn the franchise’s fortunes around.
Luis Robert Jr.’s offensive numbers are stellar. But don’t forget about the spectacular defense he’s turned in during this MVP-caliber season, another product of off-the-field work.