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Musings on the 2022 Boston Red Sox roster during the lockout
The actual Boston Red Sox could be a season away
The Boston Red Sox spring training is just focusing on the attention of fans, but will it take place?
Carlos Correa hires Scott Boras; Cubs fans collectively lose their minds
Concrete baseball news is hard to come by during the ongoing MLB lockout, but free agent shortstop Carlos Correa hit us with a sledgehammer on Tuesday, announcing his hiring of super-agent Scott Boras to represent him moving forward.
Chicago White Sox betting odds are extremely interesting
The Chicago White Sox are a good team. Everybody seems to know it based on the newest odds from WynnBet.
Anibal Sanchez Considering Return To MLB In 2022
Right-hander Aníbal Sánchez was a free agent last year after the Nationals declined his option for the 2021 season. He held multiple showcases for interested clubs, even into late April.
How Many $100 Million Contracts Are Left This Offseason?
23 years ago, the Dodgers signed righty Kevin Brown to a seven-year, $105MM deal in advance of his age-34 season. It was the first baseball contract to break the $100MM barrier.
Numbers reveal how historically good White Sox pitching was
What was the secret to the Chicago White Sox success in 2021? A filthy pitching staff. The White Sox trotted out an arsenal of power arms with swing and miss stuff.
FA Profile: Carlos Rodon
Welcome to free agency's riskiest free agent. Carlos Rodon has pitched an average of 110 innings per season - if you ignore his 7.2 IP 2020.
One pitching New Year's resolution for the Chicago White Sox
As we have the New Year fully in front of us, it is fun to have New Year's resolutions for ourselves. It is also fun to think about what the resolutions should be for our favorite sports teams.
The Best Remaining Free Agents
The expiration of the collective bargaining agreement brought about a November flurry of free agent signings well beyond anything we've seen before.
3 free-agent relievers for the Chicago White Sox to consider
The Chicago White Sox could use pitching reinforcements. In 2020, it became evident that they did not have enough pitching depth.