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You gotta love Yolmer, he's a delight for the fans. But let's face it, folks, he's more of a utility man.
Previously I had not been aware of the inebriating effects of Bud Light. Obviously volume begins to play a role.
The ultimate homer directs a lovefest as ridiculous and far from the truth as his broadcasts.
There have been other setbacks and tragedies. Ahem.
We're not talking about a five-tool player here. More like one tool.
His homophobic, racist tweets are not the lone blemish on his ledger. He received a 50-game suspension for a banned stimulant in 2015, and a year later he punched a teammate in spring training, breaking his hand.
You have to wonder what Rick Hahn's philosophy is in terms of the ripe moment to promote these youngsters. Consistency seems to be absent.
Why we (rightly) got Ryan LaMarre instead of Eloy Jiminez.
She has a Hammond B-3 with a Leslie speaker in her den.
Assuming Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia will still be playing on the South Side on Wednesday as July turns into August, we now see the team that will carry Sox colors for the last two months of the season. Can you feel the excitement?
A strategy Ricky Renteria should consider when it comes to Reynaldo Lopez.
Baseball's glorious minutiae.
The next two weeks will be among the season's most comforting basically because the Sox won't be playing very often.
Can learning it be taught?
This is how to play the game the right way. Well, not exactly.
Not the ones we thought they were.
The modern day Go-Go Sox.
No. 1: Be not disappointed if Ricky's Boys do, in fact, Quit, or at the very least get outscored by a bunch of runs.
The apology I'd like to hear, but never will.
Was it the "Ricky's Boys Don't Quit" t-shirts? Or the opportunity to see if the Sox could break out of their slump at home where their record was 3-15?
We hear how Ricky's Boys Don't Quit, but even quitters might have been able to eke a few more wins than these guys have at this juncture.
Testing the waters with the future five.
Don't tell me how hard you hit it, tell me how often you hit it.
We've been offered the Kool-Aid by the Sox PR gurus. Like most fans, I very much want to drink the Kool-Aid, but I've never been fond of the lemon-lime that they're offering. I like the red kind. The cherry. Once it's an option, give me a pint.
I've yet to get my arms around the rationale that spending $50 on a ticket to risk frostbite promotes enjoyment. We have the NFL for that.
It's still a rebuild.
Acquired from the Diamondbacks for Addison Reed, he seemed a bust - until Thursday.
We know this is working. At least we think it is.
This has happened before. Maybe not quite like today, but the White Sox found themselves scrambling to find a radio outlet during the winter 47 years ago too, which is exactly what's going on right now.
The guy could flat out hit.