Leigh Allan hops on the podcast to talk defense, strikeouts, and the audacity of hope.
A clever chess move by Roland Hemond netted the White Sox a crosstown haul.
With all the additions to the 2020 team, Zack Collins makes more sense as the backup catcher than James McCann.
It’s the BSBP debut, with hot stove talk, pet cameos, and thigh talk!
In a busy week, let’s preview of this week’s arbitration deadline, and review overall White Sox payroll.
Steve Cishek, submarine delivery man, is the latest addition to the fortified 2020 White Sox.
The White Sox grabbed a piece of The Rock.
Brett Ballantini and Joe Resis discuss a scorching Hot Stove for the White Sox, with the free agent signings of Dallas Keuchel and Gio González.
With Gio in the fold, the White Sox must be held to their promise to add more premium pitching: Hyun-Jin Ryu, Dallas Keuchel or David Price.
Gio González rejoins the White Sox, in a rotation-bolstering move.
Edwin Encarnación is all about mashing. Think he’d fit in a weak White Sox offense?
In a curious move, the White Sox send promising minor-league talent off to Texas for a stalled major leaguer.
With the Hot Stove already broiling on the South Side, it may be time for Rick Hahn to turn back toward last offseason’s near-deal for Dodger Joc Pederson.
A good and a bad day for White Sox acquisitions, as Roland Hemond made a killer trade and Bill Veeck a free-agent flop.