Chicago White Sox: Tim Anderson is face of the franchise

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The Chicago White Sox are looking to be a good team that a lot of people watch and Tim Anderson is going to be the face of the franchise.

Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back! Major League Baseball put a video out on Friday when their players officially began workouts for the 2020 season. It featured some of the biggest stars in the game like Mookie Betts, Juan Soto, Aaron Judge, and Mike Trout. It also featured Chicago White Sox star, Tim Anderson. It makes it pretty clear who the face of this franchise is. Anderson had a breakout year in 2019 and it was both on and off the field.

Anderson, as most people know by now, was brilliant at the plate in 2019. He was so good that he led all of Major League Baseball in hitting to win his first career batting title. It was an incredible year for him as he was one of many White Sox players to take the next step in 2019. He is one of the many reasons there is so much hope for this team going forward.

Anderson is also apparently going to be the face of this team and one of its leaders off the field. He was in this commercial for the MLB with some of the games top stars. It was really cool to see Tim there representing the White Sox organization and what might be a very exciting team. This season is very different from what we are used to but we might as well make the best of it with him leading the way. Hopefully, he is able to continue more of what he did on the field this season.

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Anderson took a big leap in terms of leadership in 2019 as well. He flipped his bat after hitting a home run against the Kansas City Royals and their pitcher Brad Keller didn’t like it. He threw at him in his next at-bat. From that point forward, Anderson had the respect of his teammates for the way he conducted himself. He was the guy who brought a sense of attitude and respect to the White Sox name. It is cool to see him be the face of the White Sox for a very long time.