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  1. Another alternative, if we don't have an option in the minors, is to go get a legit corner outfielder. Eloy's return to LF will always be questioned and Eaton is questionable now. Maybe the Sox have to trade an asset to get one in return. But rather than fill a hole with a prayer, trade a package and get someone who solves at least RF now and next year can play LF or RF depending on Vaughn's progress. Maybe it means trading Madrigal and an arm if we could get a legit outfielder. Let 2B be the spot we fill w Mendick or another option in the minors. If Madrigal doesn't attract a good return, maybe plug Kopech in the 5 spot and see if Keuchel gets you an outfielder. We have the pitching to compete this year but a patchwork outfield will negate our advantage.
  2. SCCWS

    The TLR Manager Thread

    Agree he never should have been on base but that is a weak excuse . Katz and Grandal aren't in the bullpen when Hendriks is usually brought into a game. Certainly Grandal and Katz could have done a mound visit to discuss the next group of hitters if it was needed. Now maybe somebody can determine if Hendricks is not as effective when he goes back to pitch a second inning.
  3. SCCWS

    GT 5/5: SOX at CIN

    The biggest takeaway though is our staring pitching was great in Cincy against a very good offensive team. We have 5 very capable starters right now. I hope the FO has the foresight to realize this is a very good roster w one major hole in the corner outfield that needs to be addressed.
  4. SCCWS

    The TLR Manager Thread

    Whose on 2nd?............. In fairness, the whole staff didn't know the rule. There was time after the 9th ended for someone to figure out or ask how the rule works. No one in the White Sox group in the press box realized there was a problem ? Hahn didn't know? A quick cell call to dugout could have helped. What does Shelley Duncan's job as the Analytics Coordinator entail. In hindsight, I bet the batboy knew the rule
  5. SCCWS

    GT 5/5: SOX at CIN

    I could be wrong but didn't they have to do the double switch? You could not just run for Hendricks because he had to stay in the game to face 2 more batters. .
  6. SCCWS

    GT 5/5: SOX at CIN

    Tony was counting on the throw in to center field.
  7. SCCWS

    GT 5/5: SOX at CIN

    Hendricks hasn't been a base runner in 6 years. Time for a steal of home.
  8. SCCWS

    GT 5/5: SOX at CIN

    Someone is going to hit a HR against the pen this inning
  9. SCCWS

    GT 5/4: SOX at CIN

    Save some of that offense for tomorrow . Cease was dominating.
  10. SCCWS

    5/2 Chicago White Sox vs. Cleveland 1:10 PM

    But we don't know all the circumstances. Maybe he has been late before and TLR let it slide. Maybe Yermin's dog ate his alarm clock .
  11. SCCWS

    Indians @ Sox 5/1--3:00 Central

    Leury has had the game winning RBI the last 3 games he has started. If Tony hadn't screwed up and not started him Friday, we could have won that game too. Got to think he wins Player of The Month..................................
  12. SCCWS

    Indians @ Sox, 4/30

    Okay TLR was one of the two. Who the hell was the other one?
  13. SCCWS

    Indians @ Sox, 4/30

    I would have left Vaughn in once Robert got on base. I know the guy is a ground ball pitcher but Vaughn could tie the game in that spot. But Leury, Madrigal and TA all hit ground balls so it is fair to assume Vaughn would have also. Take the next 2
  14. SCCWS

    Indians @ Sox, 4/30

    What??? Leury knocked in 5 runs in the doubleheader including the game winner in each game. He should be a fixture in the lineup........................................................... till he cools off.
  15. SCCWS

    Tigers @ Sox, 4/29/21

    I assume this is a doubleheader and not separate admissions. With a night doubleheader and blah weather, I guess each fan/group who attends each gets their own private grandstand section.