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The starting lineup.
What's nice about this week is that the Sox don't play until Friday when the Mariners come to town for three games. We could use a break. Our overwrought anterior cingulate cortexes need a rest.
Is it not clear that Frazier is a markedly better hitter early in the game with no one on base in addition to his ability to draw bases on balls?
He's been a disaster with men on base his whole career, yet Ricky Renteria insists on batting him fourth or fifth.
Motivating Mike - and Matt.
Something special not brewing after all.
You do the math. How can a 75-year-old man have been in baseball for 80 years?
The factory worker, cab drivers and the people flipping burgers at McDonald's in many cases have been priced out of the market. Catering to those folks ended long ago.
Quit the hyperbole and just let the kids take their time.
On Saturday, more than 29,000 fans jammed the park for a chance to see these two developing ballclubs. Well, that's not really true. The giveaway of a Hawk Harrelson alarm clocks was the real draw.
The nights will be cold. The crowds will be sparse. Spending $9.75 for a Modelo Especial is excessive. The drama won't come from the fans. No, it will be all about whether this ballclub can maintain respectability as the rebuild continues. Just the way it should be.
Firing on all cylinders - except catching the ball.
There has been virtually no criticism of hitting coach Todd Steverson. We'll see how long that lasts.
Not yet, anyway.
The next David Ortiz or the next Thad Bosley?
There's nothing cute or lovable about a bad ballclub on the South Side.
The right man for the job.
Maybe it's time that MLB sheds its inferiority complex and celebrates the three hours that folks can spend at the ballpark with friends and family, watching a ballgame, eating a hot dog, and drinking a beer.
This is a world of athletes with optimistic hopes of reaching the next level amid blue skies, warm temperatures and encouragement from coaches, fans, and teammates. And it can't be rushed.
Ready to leave throwback uniforms and children in the clubhouse in arrears.
It actually got worse.
He rooted for baseball, not the Dodgers.
The only "rebuild" this team needs is in the manager's office and the bullpen.
Interested fans can learn all kinds of information at Sox games.
If you listen to Hawk Harrelson, Don Cooper is one of the game's elite pitching coaches . . .
The team's new direction: online mortgages.
Have any of his deals really worked out?
Another creative way to lose a ballgame.
It's not much, but it's all we have.
In a lost season, why not?