MLB: Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers

Hypothetical landing spots for Abreu, Garcia

I’m just going to get this out of the way right from the start: I’m not advocating the White Sox trade Jose Abreu or Avisail Garcia. There are logical arguments to be made for trading either or both. That’s an argument for another day. However, while Rick Hahn indicated at this week’s GM meetings in Orlando […]

MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox

A Few Ideas as Hot Stove Season begins

I am told that the World Series is over and the offseason has begun.  Indeed, it seems the Angels agreed to a 5-year arrangement with Justin Upton within mere moments of Carlos Correa proposing to his girlfriend. After a 2015-16 offseason that commenced with two exciting additions and then deteriorated into a death march of […]

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros

South Side Morning 5: Jose Abreu’s big, round number

1. If you’re a regular visitor to Baseball Prospectus, I likely don’t need to explain how RBI are a poor representation of a player’s value. One only need to look at Albert Pujols — at 98 RBI on the season despite being one of the least valuable position players in baseball this year — to […]

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins

South Side Morning 5: The good Carson Fulmer appeared

1. Things far more important than baseball were almost certainly circulating in Jose Abreu‘s mind this past weekend. With the homes and lives of nearly everyone he holds dear in danger thanks to hurricane Irma, Abreu had two of the best back-to-back games of his career. On Saturday he capped a tremendous night by legging […]

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The Catbird Speaks 8.22.17 – Bad, But Interesting

Collin (@cowhitchurch) and Nick (@Nick_BPSS) got together on a Tuesday afternoon to talk about recent White Sox activity and all the interesting stuff going on with an otherwise bad baseball team. Among the topics: Carson Fulmer’s rotation cameo and what his terrible season means for his future. Reynaldo Lopez’s two starts, his injury, and what […]