White Sox: 9 Days until pitchers and catchers report


Feb 15, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Chicago White Sox players run on the field during spring training at Camelback Ranch. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

No matter what ESPN or any of the other experts think about the 2015 Chicago White Sox, I’m believing what General Manager Rick Hahn is is saying about the White Sox, who are just nine days away until pitchers and catchers report to spring training.

What is Hahn saying about the White Sox?

The GM of the White Sox said in an article on WhiteSox.com, as quoted from the MLB Network:

"“We knocked things off the list in fairly rapid succession … And we are fairly pleased where we sit right now.”"

Basically the gist of the article is … the White Sox will compete in the AL Central in 2015.

I agree with the GM, even though one ESPN “baseball expert” had the White Sox at 75 wins for the upcoming season, only two wins better than last year. That’s not going to happen.

In fact, here are my thoughts on that expert’s prediction in an article we posted Tuesday on Southside Showdown.

I guess all of us though will have to wait and see what happens, but my prediction is success and a winning record for the Good Guys in ’15.

More from White Sox News

In AL Central news from around FanSided:

• Puckett’s Pond wrote about the centerfield position for the Minnesota Twins.

• Wahoo’s on First asked if the Cleveland Indians can contend for the AL Central championship.

• Kings of Kauffman wrote about new ways to reload for the Kansas City Royals.

• Motor City Bengals said Victor Martinez of the Detroit Tigers will be out just 4-6 weeks.

In White Sox news:

Tony Campana tore his ACL writes WhiteSox.com.

• CSN Chicago has an article on prospect Spencer Adams.

• Here is the White Sox spring training broadcast schedule, provided by CBS Chicago.

• The Chicago Sun-Times has an article on Ozzie Guillen‘s son angrily tweeting the White Sox.

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