Chicago White Sox: Three players we’d want to hear mic’d up

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The Chicago White Sox have a cast of characters on the team. There are a few players that would be brilliant if they were Mic’d up when baseball comes back.

The Chicago White Sox have a brilliant cast of characters in their organization right now. There are so many great baseball players there that are going to help them win for a long time. They have a nice mix of power and contact in their young core along with some pitchers that have extremely high ceilings. This rebuild was tough during the dog days but they are so close to reaping the benefits.

The MLB is currently on pause due to the coronavirus. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the world to shut down and everybody has been affected. The MLB has had lots of rumors swirling around that they will return with different rules to accommodate the strange year. There are plenty of wacky on-field ideas floating around that should change the way the game is played.

There are also some rules that have been reportedly considered that would affect the entertainment factor of watching baseball games on television. One of those is the idea of implementing microphones for players during games. If there are going to be no fans in the stands, the product on television is very important.

If the White Sox were to have some players on microphones during games that count, that would certainly be fun to watch. There are players who would clearly be better at it than others but as long as everyone bought in, that would make things fun as much as it could be. These three White Sox players would be the most fun to have Mic’d up: