Chicago White Sox: Need an abbreviated Spring Training

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The Chicago White Sox need to have some sort of Spring Training before games get going if they ever do come back in 2020.

The Chicago White Sox are a team that needed Spring Training to finish to get them ready to go. They need everybody on deck in order to turn the corner of their rebuild. They really seemed to be making that stride during Spring Training. Obviously, the results of those games mean absolutely nothing but the play of certain players does.

The White Sox need guys like Yoan Moncada, Eloy Jimenez, Tim Anderson, Luis Robert, and Lucas Giolito to take major steps once again in 2020. They also are relying on some of their new free-agent signings to pan out the way they hope. There is so much to look forward to but we have to continue to wait for society to get back to normal.

When baseball is allowed to be played again, the White Sox need some sort of Spring Training before they get going. Maybe it won’t be called Spring Training because it won’t be Spring anymore but they need it anyway. Their hitters looked like they were ready to go for the most part but the pitchers certainly were not. They all still need more bullpen sessions and live at-bats in order to be ready for the big league action.

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There is a lot that goes into a long Major League Baseball season. If they do get to play this year, it will for sure be less than the normal 162 games if they plan on having the World Series over by November. With that, Spring Training is even more important. It is even more important to a young team like the White Sox. It is up to the coaches to make sure that if there is a season, they use whatever Spring Training time they are given to be ready for Opening Day. The most important thing for this team is to get off to a good start when games resume and this could be the key.