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

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Chicago White Sox Tim Anderson
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Tim Anderson. 2. player. 128. . SS. Chicago White Sox

Nobody’s personality hit the scene bigger than Tim Anderson in 2019. It all started with his “stick talk” movement after his sweet bat flip on a home run. Brad Keller and the Kansas City Royals didn’t like what Anderson did and they decided to throw at him. From that point on, Anderson took off to become one of the best players in the league.

Anderson was so good that he ended up winning the Major League batting title. He was brilliant all year long. In his efforts with his play and his personality, he has bloomed into one of the true leaders in the White Sox clubhouse. Without him, it would be hard to see someone being that true leader for any other reason besides their skill or age. Anderson brings a sense of a winning attitude to this team.

As a young team, they need someone to lead the charge. Hearing Anderson lead the charge as a Mic’d up player would be really fun to listen to.  The MLB clearly sees him as one of the faces of this team because they use him on a lot of promos that involve the Sox. They would certainly want to hear what he has to say during games that matter and it would be great for us fans to listen to.

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