The preview of the season list will follow with a detailed analysis of the White Sox box players who will be on the list of 26 players on March 26 (the opening date).
In a very long and difficult three years, the White Sox has finally gained a remarkable exciting and entertaining infield as a league rival.
With two strong curves and a fast-medium, the infield is full of exciting youth, talent, and competitiveness. Being one of the league’s strongest infields early in the rebuilding is not enough to say that this is a very good sign.
The inner box is made up of young and fast players (probably with exceptions). It also includes a great deal of stealth, while maintaining the ability to attack and reach the base upon contact.
It also includes players who want to play there, who are competitive and love the game. Fan favorites are expected to provide great attacks and strong defenses.
This powerful infield includes players who are under team control until at least 2024. In other words, if this rebuild is successful, it will be an infield of the World Series lineup. Well, after the change, you may arrive later in the season.
The player is expected to start the season in Triple-A Charlotte unless there is a really nice spring. If not, the second base of the opening day will be one of the two players.
They serve as a bridge to the future. However, one of the two potential players has a skill set that serves as a secret weapon when the time comes to fight.
Another difference is the incorporation of the expected number 3 of the central league as well as the expected number 3 of the leagues under the control of the team for the next six years.
This perspective has been highly anticipated since the initial signing with the team. If you have this pressure, it will be interesting to see how it works.