Kanye West recently released an album that could be described even by his own most devoted fans as a willful mess. At turns profound and serene but also shockingly base and crude, its discordance reflects an artist who is both dealing with significant transition in his life but also just naturally two minds about nearly everything.Read More
James, Ethan and Matt gather together at another odd juncture in the White Sox inexplicable offseason. Spring Training is arriving, but the Sox are an addition short of being an interesting contender, and an odd mix of good, win-now pieces and black holes if they are not making any more moves.Read More
James and Matt accompany Cat Garcia as she shares some highlights from the weekend's festivities. 2016 plans, positional black holes, and the oddity that is Don Cooper are all touched upon in one of the least depressing episodes to date.Read More
Nick & James gathered together (all two of them!) to discuss the frustratingly slow offseason. Topics include:
--The merits of Dexter Fowler
--The downside of Andre Ethier
--The case for simply sticking with Tyler Saladino at this juncture
--Even if Rick Hahn is good, it doesn't make missing out on all the free agent outfielders not bad
--What the White Sox are great at, balanced by their struggles
--Looking forward to losing in the ALCS
Poor sound quality sets the tone for James, Ethan, and Matt to wonder just what the White Sox plan is to keep Avisail Garcia from being the everyday right fielder in 2016.
For the third time this season, Baseball Prospectus' Mau Rubio joined Ethan Spalding and James under the guise of evaluating young players in the White Sox organization, only to have things spiral into complete madness.Read More
The season's almost over and the White Sox are wasting away their final days, so Nick and James got together to discuss, well, mostly the offseason and how to fix this swiss cheese roster, but also what major things there are still to watch.Read More
It's the dog days of September, and the White Sox are in the middle of their regularly-scheduled playing out the string, which means:
-Only so much Samardzija left!
-Carlos Rodon and Erik Johnson could be the future of the new Sox rotation that is waiting for an offense to back it up.
-How will the Sox upgrade at third, second, right field, DH, etc? Beyond Mike Olt, that is? Is Adam LaRoche ever hitting again?
-Does Avisail have a future in the Sox core?
Join James Fegan, Matt Adams and Ethan Spalding as they update the state of the White Sox.Read More
James, Collin, and Matt accept the mortality of the 2015 White Sox following a brief flirtation with hope. Some streaking players, some plummeting players, some players that may still be candidates for the waiver deadline are discussed along with what we'd like to see for the rest of the season in the interests of setting up for 2016.Read More
James and Matt get together to discuss whether or not the White Sox can even expect much in return for any of their players in a trade. Also covered: Carson Fullmer signing, international signings, Chris Sale excellence, and Matt accuses James of saying things he never said and points to audio evidence that doesn't actually exist.Read More
Nick and Matt get together following another deflating White Sox loss to talk about trade potential, the problem with White Sox position players, and do some old fashion complaining about the Manager.Read More
James, Nick and Collin get together to discuss the Sox future in the aftermath of a disastrous eight-game losing streak. It likely includes trades, but the TCS crew dismisses the proposals for a reckless teardown that are making the rounds.Read More