All posts by Jordan Lazowski

College student, lifelong baseball fan, and die-hard White Sox fan | Sabermetrics Enthusiast | Follow me and we can talk baseball all day long | Twitter: @jlazowski14

How the White Sox Have Paved Their Own Road for Success

I love reading about the White Sox from various sources and contributors like myself on other blogs. Often, I find inspiration for writing articles from people's opinions that I don't agree with. That's how sports talk should be anyway: two or more people debating their opinions. This article of mine is no different. Last Wednesday, ...

White Sox Call Up Nicky Delmonico

Prior to tonight's game against the Blue Jays, the White Sox made a roster move most people expected: Willy García was placed on the 7-day disabled list with a concussion. In the corresponding roster move, the White Sox called up another young talent: Nicky Delmonico from AAA Charlotte. Delmonico will make his major league debut ...

Trade Deadline Memories

As baseball fans sit at work or at home today while constantly refreshing Twitter in hopes of catching the most recent news on Sonny Gray, Justin Verlander, and Yu Darvish, White Sox fans sit in anticipation for the news of Rick Hahn pulling off just one more trade to complete the first phase of the ...

Making the Case for Carlos Rodón

Well White Sox fans, we lost the Crosstown Cup. Those losses hurt me more than any other loss this season will, but just remember, we have to trust the process. Recently, I’ve seen a lot more hate than usual surrounding Carlos Rodón. In case you missed it, he pitched on Tuesday, gave up 4 runs, ...

In Hahn We Trust: The Importance of the White Sox’s Rebuild

Happy Thursday White Sox fans! Did you enjoy Yoán Moncada Day? I certainly did. This article, for many reasons, is for my uncle. He is the biggest White Sox fan I know, and I absolutely love talking baseball with him. However, he has not come to terms with the rebuild for the White Sox. He ...

Hide Your Twinkies! Moncada Called Up to White Sox

On Tuesday night, the White Sox completed a trade with the New York Yankees, sending David Robertson, Todd Frazier, and Tommy Kahnle to the Bronx. The White Sox received MLB Pipeline’s #30 prospect OF Blake Rutherford, LHP Ian Clarkin, OF Tito Polo, and RHP Tyler Clippard. In addition, Rick Hahn ended “Moncada Watch” by recalling ...

Let’s Start the 2nd Half!

Happy Friday, White Sox fans! Well, we’ve certainly had a crazy few days, haven’t we? We’ve had an intense Home Run Derby that reminded us of how much we all love baseball, Avi García participated in his first All-Star Game, and the rebuild continued in full force as José Quintana was traded to the Cubs. ...

White Sox Trade José Quintana to the Cubs for Top Prospects

Alright everybody, take a deep breath. If you haven't figured it out yet, this morning the White Sox traded José Quintana to the Cubs for OF Eloy Jiménez, RHP Dylan Cease, 1B Matt Rose, and INF Bryant Flete. I don't think there are too many people - if anyone -  who can say they predicted this ...

First-Half Players in Review – 2017 White Sox

Earlier, I took a look at the White Sox as a team and how they performed in the first-half. In this article, I graded the player(s) that started at each position (outside of SP). Players like Tyler Saladino, Willy García, Jacob May, and Cody Asche were not included, because they were not the primary player at ...

First-Half Team in Review: 2017 White Sox

Your 2017 Chicago White Sox, at the All-Star Break, are 38-49. For those of you following along with the rebuild process - #TankForBeer – the White Sox would currently hold the 4th Draft Pick in the 2018 Draft. Per the Pythagorean Formula, which takes into account the amount of runs a team scores and gives ...

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