Yasmani Grandal talks offseason workouts, and his undeniable excitement over the White Sox future, on Day 2 of Hitter’s Camp at Camelback.
The sights and sounds of spring training, a couple of weeks early.
It’s the BSBP debut, with hot stove talk, pet cameos, and thigh talk!
The Cat comes back: But as relief pitcher or beer vendor? (Wikipedia) In what can only be termed a rollicking Hit…
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.
Edwin Encarnación is all about mashing. Think he’d fit in a weak White Sox offense?
Try not to shed a tiny tear as we talk about “No. 1 free agent target” Zack Wheeler. We also pump up the volume on Yasiel Puig, take a victory lap with Yasmani Grandal, and work the mailbag.
Plan B after Zack Wheeler? The White Sox could do way worse than a Cy Young runner-up who keeps contact on the ground, and soft. It’s time to target Hyun-Jin Ryu.
Rick Hahn’s aggressive signing of Yasmani Grandal, along with other smaller moves and an exciting rumor mill, indicate the rebuild is done and the winning begins now.
Is the Yasmani Grandal signing just another carrot — or a promise? In this review of some of the low points of 2019, hope spring eternal.
Yasmani Grandal echoed what we’ve all been saying, for some time now: Why NOT the White Sox?
The White Sox got free agency off to a stirring start by snatching No. 1 target Yasmani Grandal.
After Yasmani Grandal, this year’s crop of backstops is … lacking.