Ugh. Yet another loss. I need to come up with a new slogan to get through this stretch even though it’s early. On top of the loss, the weather in Chicago is just turrible. It’s supposed to be spring and there were thunderstorms last night, tornado watches elsewhere in the midwest and the temperatures are just too dang cold. So, to get you through the morning until there is baseball, here are some morning reads.
Rays fans got free pizza due to the performance of the White Sox Monday. Not exactly something you want to do as a visiting team.
Ken Green shares a list of players on other teams that as Sox fans you really hate to see. Sadly, if you could have most of these players on the White Sox, I’m sure you would take them in a second.
Scott Gregor takes a closer look at the problems behind the recent slide of the White Sox.
Despite my attempts to look away, Doug Padilla has the latest on the
train wreck rehab ofÂ Jake Peavy and the next steps in his road to recovery.
Although, the Sox are on a 6-game skid, Ozzie has faith his guys will right the ship.
Ever wonder about how the size of baseball players has changed over time? Look no further. I found this particularly fascinating since now when you see a guy who is 6 feet tall (which is tall my world being only 5’3″) he is now viewed as a short guy in sports.
David Miller puts some perspective on Jake Peavy not being with the team.
James discusses Matt Thornton‘s recent outing and what it meant to see it.
With Ramon Castro having started in Monday’s game, JJ says why it was a good thing for Oz to do.
Enjoy the day and dear baseball gods, can you Puh-leez stop the Rays and get the White Sox back on the winning track? Thank you