The Clock Strikes Midnight on Avisail Garcia

“I know I will do better” were the words from Avisail Garcia this past winter when he was asked about the upcoming season. Unfortunately for both Garcia and the Chicago White Sox, Garcia hasn’t been all that much better. At the moment, Garcia sports a very pedestrian .242/.302/.389 batting line, which is good enough for […]


Matt Kemp Should be a White Sox. White Sock? White Socks?

The hot start for the Chicago White Sox in 2016 has put the team in excellent position in the division. Their closest competitor is the Detroit Tigers and their one properly functioning starting pitcher, who are three games back, and the two biggest actual threats to the division title, in my own opinion, the Kansas […]


It Would Be a Whale of a Tale if Someone Were to Trade for Chris Sale

I’m not certain I’ve ever seen anything like Chris Sale before. From his rail thin frame, to his extraordinarily awkward and violent delivery, to his one month ascension through the minor leagues, to his frequent rage-fueled 98 mph fastballs to his absurdly team-friendly contract, Sale is unique in every sense of the word. On top […]