The American League is playing to a remarkably level playing field. This could make the trade deadline very interesting and fans very happy.
That’s the topic for today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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The White Sox gave us all a clinic on how to manage a bullpen… if the goal is to have an infielder pitching in a tie game!
That and more on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
By ‘White Sox Correspondent’ Brian Madsen Follow @brianm731
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Let’s play a game. Let’s play “White Sox What Ifs” 2014 version. And let’s assume that if 7 out of these 10 What Ifs come to fruition, our White Sox are going to the postseason in 2014. So let’s start….
Not only can Eaton get on base with regularity, he can steal bases. He can stretch singles into doubles, and doubles into triples. He’s everything a lead off hitter should be. And he can bunt. Enough said.
Your mouth waters with just the above? Wait. He can play defense, unlike your beloved Scotty Pods (who also had the limp arm of an 8 year old). Eaton possesses similar daredevil-type maneuvers that Aaron Rowand possessed.
Though Rowand would often mis-judge fly balls and make up for it with above average speed in CF to make a great catch,
Eaton has the speed and instincts to make a great grab in front of him, to his left or right, and over the shoulder. Very excited! Read the rest of this entry
Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast was recorded at San Jose Minetta Airport. Always an ideal place for podcast sound.
I bought the Sporting News Baseball Preview and came to the conclusion that the White Sox might have a trick or two up their sleeves.
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