Essential highlights from 4/20-22.
Mary channels Dickens, Matt brainstorms nicknames, and Trevor has an awkward reacquaintance.
How critiquing baseball players feels like critiquing indie bands, the muddy half-fashioned future crafted in youth, and baseball’s role in the tremulous bonds of adult friendship.
Baseball, in terms of mustaches, grasshoppers, and astronomical insignificance.
This series begins by looking at the dominant themes present in Hahn’s offseason work, and looking into the jewel of his winter acquisitions.
Friday, December 4, 5pm to 6pm CST, CSN Chicago’s Sports Talk Live
White Sox prospect Eddy Alvarez is a rare breed of two-sport athlete.
Scout John Tumminia brings baseball clinic to Kenya
After a dismal first two months, Adam Dunn righted his ship with a strong June, and he could be a fantasy asset the rest of the way.
Ben and Sam talk about where the White Sox should go from here, then discuss the (over?)hyping of Yasiel Puig’s big-league debut.
The fourth installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the White Sox’ season with Ken Funck, and Pete talks to Chicago Tribune White Sox beat writer Mark Gonzales (at 16:24).
The White Sox might have future role players on the farm, but they have little star potential.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about how much steroids help, the best farm systems in baseball, and how they’d try to negotiate a hypothetical trade.
Ben and Sam discuss what the Ervin Santana trade says about the Royals’ rotation and the pitching market, then talk about what Rick Hahn’s ascension to the GM role in Chicago means for the future of front offices.
The White Sox have a new GM, but the old one isn’t going away.