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

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There has to be some pitching involved if you were to drop microphones on players during games that count. There are always interesting things pitchers do, especially when they have mound visits with catchers. As long as teams like the Hoston Astros don’t have access to that audio, things would certainly be fun for fans to hear there.

Lucas Giolito has bloomed into one of the most important players in the White Sox organization in 2019. He was one of the very best pitching prospects of the 2010s but was not good at all in his first full season.  2018 was a nightmare for Giolito who seemed like a guy who just might never hit his potential. Then in 2019, he became the pure ace of the staff. He was one of the best pitchers in all of baseball, in fact.

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Lucas Giolito has been very open about what has caused him to turn the corner the way that he has. He is a brilliant interview and if you haven’t ever heard him talk about baseball, you should look into it. There are plenty of platforms that Giolito has spoken on. He, by all accounts, would be a great guy to wear a microphone during baseball games. This is a great idea for the MLB to try and insert during what is sure to be a weird season.

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