Opinion & Editorial
The rebuild might finally be coming together, but the White Sox will need a productive winter if they want to contend in 2020.
Trying to pinpoint precise language is actually an obfuscation of the real conflict.
Arrieta’s and J.D.’s decisions make perfect sense, but Strasburg’s is more interesting.
Lindor might be on the move this offseason because Cleveland would rather save money than win.
Huntington is not blameless for the Pirates’ recent woes, but his hands were tied by an owner who refuses to spend.
Late start times and way-too-long game lengths make it difficult for most fans to stay awake.
Two great pitching trios remain in the playoffs.
It’s a bad indication for the offseason to come.
Now the team needs to look toward a critical offseason in order to leverage the talented core and weak division.
Some baseball folks would be better off just not speaking at all.
Most of them are actually quite misunderstood.
What’s the point of firing the manager right at the end of a rebuild?
The offering has been unhittable recently.