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Tony

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About Tony

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    First Base Coach
  • Birthday 08/01/1985

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    Chicago, IL

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  • Favorite Sox Minor League Affiliate
    Great Falls White Sox (Rookie)
  • What do you like about Soxtalk?
    Snb, duh.
  • Favorite Sox player
    Gavin
  • Favorite Sox minor leaguer
    Any player that takes the time to visit SoxTalk
  • Favorite Sox moment
    2005
  • Favorite Former Sox Player
    Wunsch & Flash

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  1. Tony

    Moncada

    We’ve established you somehow aren’t a troll just uneducated, but even a post like this, I can’t figure out how your brain works. You’re the same guy that always spouts off “I just want to win baby, that’s all that matters!” That’s exactly the opposite of what Hahn has done here during his time with the White Sox, yet you claim he is “set for life” here. In the same post you also ask if he can get the team to .500. If he can’t, then it goes without saying he isn’t anywhere close to a success. I guess the point is, what’s wrong with you?
  2. Tony

    2020 RF options

    BURN
  3. Tony

    Cubs thread 2k19

    So what does Jed Hoyer do???
  4. Tony

    Machado do-over

    Going to be interesting to see what the new philosophy is with the Red Sox. Mookie is obviously a guy you would build around.......but DD destroyed that farm system and there isn’t much to surround Devers and Betts longterm. Given their financial resources but knowing the intentions Betts has, do they trade him, try and restock some of the system, and build around Devers? But if Mookie is dead set on testing the market, which makes total sense, how much do you feel comfortable giving up to pry a franchise player from Boston?
  5. Tony

    Machado do-over

    Fine, ignore the snarky comments. The point still remains: Rick Hahn has been at the helm since 2013 and has yet to ever post a winning record. Additionally, 2005 was a LONG time ago and seemingly the last time the Sox put together a true, competitive team. And it lasted for one year. Lastly, it’s just a fact the Sox historically have not been competitive in the free agent market during the tenure of JR. 2019 was a good year for the rebuild. There is still much more to be done to bring it to the finish line, and it’s perfectly reasonable for folks to have doubts that this front office can complete it.
  6. Can you guys believe vilehoopster said all this stuff? Geez, what got into him?
  7. Officially moved into the Trubisky doubter category. Just don’t see it.
  8. Meanwhile, this D hasn’t missed a beat, still explosive as hell.
  9. Energy is just bad at Solider. Air got let out of the balloon early with this O, it’s hard to watch.
  10. Tony

    Tim Anderson Batting Average

    When White Sox “expert” Jim Margalus went on the radio last week, he cited Anderson striking out a lot and not taking walks as just a bigger part of the problem with the Sox, and does Anderson just add to the problem. While I agree I would love to see him be a bit more selective at the plate, the dude is in line to win the batting title as a 26 year old and has made himself one of the faces of the franchise, both locally and nationally. Sorry to go down that path again, but what a clown.
  11. Tony

    Official Game Thread Sox @ CLE - 09/04/19

    Thank you for your contributions.
  12. Tony

    Official Game Thread Sox @ CLE - 09/04/19

    When Garfien calls you out, you know it was a bad mistake.
  13. Tony

    Official Game Thread Sox @ CLE - 09/04/19

    He was wrong, and I can absolutely blame him. With one out standing on third base, a ball hit that deep, no reason in the world for him not to score. I shouldn’t have to explain that to you.
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