Tags » Brett Lawrie

We Mustache the Question: Saladino or Lawrie at Second Base in 2017?

Brett Lawrie is back from his ortho dilemma this season, but should the excellent play of Tyler Saladino in his absence last season be enough to warrant a debate over who should assume the starting role at second base? 753 more words

Chicago White Sox

White Sox Spring Training Notes: Lopez Settling in After "Shock", Lawrie Healthy, Ready for 2017

GLENDALE, AZ – Saturday was the first day of full-squad workouts for the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, and while it was sunny and beautiful in Chicago, it was cloudy and rainy at Sox camp in Arizona. 1,033 more words

Chicago White Sox

White Sox: Player Projections, Infielders

As we approach Spring Training next week, we will take a look at the White Sox roster and put together some individual performance projections for the 2017 season. 1,379 more words

Chicago White Sox

MLB: Tragedy Once Again Reminds us, that Baseball is Just a Game at the end of the Day

Another tragic loss of a pair of baseball players this weekend, reminds us that those players that we love, and sometimes love to hate, are more than just what we see in that nine inning look that we get on television. 968 more words
Chicago White Sox

Now for something completely different

Right now the Dodgers options for second base are Enrique Hernandez, Chris Taylor, Willie Calhoun, and in theory Austin Barnes.

Ken Rosenthal chimes in recently on who the Dodgers might be targeting for second base… 1,077 more words

White Sox: 2017 Infield Preview

The White Sox 2016 season left a lot to be desired but one shining point was an infield that can only get better in 2017. 1,046 more words

Chicago White Sox

Maybe Resigning These Two Means They Won't Give a Veteran a Stupid Contract

On Friday, the White Sox avoided arbitration with both Brett Lawrie and Avisail Garcia. At first glance, you think “oh great, let me just end it all now.” But maybe signing these bad players to a one year deal isn’t the worst thing in the world. 231 more words

MLB