The Chicago White Sox are patiently waiting to have baseball back so we wonder if the month of May has a chance of bringing some hope.
It is finally the beautiful month of May and the Chicago White Sox are still not playing baseball. As you are well aware by now, the global pandemic known as the coronavirus has shut down the sports world as we know it. The White Sox finally looked like they were going to somewhat turn the corner of their rebuild in 2020 which was very exciting for all fans. Well, now we know we just have to wait a little bit longer.
Now that the month is May, we should be fairly certain that we will know the fate of the season by the time the month ends. There have been some proposals coming out about how they should go about things all month long. There have even been some credible sources that have reported these things along the way so that is exciting.
With players like Luis Robert and Nick Madrigal coming in potentially, there is plenty of reason to be excited right there. There is also the potential of players like Yoan Moncada, Tim Anderson, and Eloy Jimenez elevating their games that should make this team even better. Couple that with new editions like Yasmani Grandal, Dallas Keuchel, and Edwin Encarnacion and this team is cooking.
The pitching should be really good as well, all led by Lucas Giolito. The reason all of this comes up as May hits is because May should be the month we see light at the end of the tunnel. Sports have a chance to reunite the country and give us something to believe in again. Baseball is particularly important because of the fact that it means that it is summertime.
The future is bright for the Chicago White Sox and hopefully, this month is the month that we start to know when we’ll be able to see it come to life. It is doubtful that there will be actual baseball played this month but there very well might be a solution handed down. One thing is for certain, we miss baseball terribly.