Two wins on Sunday for the White Sox, including a Camelback tilt filled with pitching highlights.
What else do you need to hear? We saw a solid four inning start from seafoam-green glove haver Dallas Keuchel, who gave up one run on six hits, striking out one and walking one. However, the White Sox fell to the San Diego Padres at Camelback Ranch on Monday afternoon, 3-1.
The offense surged, but the bullpen splatted, in this Cactus League heartbreaker.
In a top-to-bottom strong effort, it was the reserve corps that provided the knockout punch in today’s win.
Another day, another batch of potent bats, as Yoán Moncada, Nomar Mazara and Edwin Encarnación punish BP arms.
Luis Robert, Yasmani Grandal and even Adam Engel go BOOM in the batter’s box.
Blake Rutherford’s hitting and Nick Madrigal’s fielding make two things clear: They’ve added a ton of muscle, and they’re impressing the heck out of everyone early.
The young catcher reviews his 2019 season, as he looks to take the momentum of his finish into spring training and the regular season.
After a fantastic debut in 2019, the utility ace aims to stick in the majors for good.
At Hitter’s Camp in Glendale, el jefe weighs in on Danny Mendick, Zack Collins and Blake Rutherford.
The top outfield prospect hopes to make his strong second half in Birmingham last year the template for his entire 2020 season.
White Sox TV presents some raw looks at several young players at Hitter’s Camp, including Blake Rutherford, Luis González, Danny Mendick, Seby Zavala, Micker Adolfo, Gavin Sheets, Luis Basabe and Yermín Mercedes.
Vaughn discusses dancing with pitchers, the excited anticipation of his first spring training, highlights of his Team USA experience, and being a “shorter” first baseman.
Madrigal speaks about his relationship with new hitting coach Frank Menechino, his adjustment to Triple-A, and winning a Gold Glove.
Yasmani Grandal talks offseason workouts, and his undeniable excitement over the White Sox future, on Day 2 of Hitter’s Camp at Camelback.
Day 2 of Hitter’s Camp features some batting cage footage, as well as a one-on-one with Ricky Renteria.
The sights and sounds of spring training, a couple of weeks early.
The Pale Hose, once again, were tossed into the memory hole.