Let’s check in with the Chicago White Sox

Run through the bag, Louis.

Run through the bag, Louis.
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Rare to find an image, GIF, video snippet, or audio clip It perfectly sums up how a team is playing at any given moment, but when it comes to the Chicago White Sox, Twitter has given us exactly that gift.

And see, I’m not one of those old heads who insist that players give 100 per cent end of April. The weather in Chicago is awful and a lot of players end up with serious injuries all thanks to bone-headed, over-spirited plays early in the season. who is sabotaging their teams in September. so i’m a team player know enough to decide When to go out and when not.

Except for the lack of hustle from Louis Robert on the above-should have-yesterday’s close game12-3 pounding by the Rays. and before you say, “This It was a shock anyway.” You should know that the score bug shows that the game was 0-0 at the time. It was the top of the first innings! Robert is a real leadoff hitter! Bring back the days of smooth, manic leadoff hitters would like Do anything to get on base, à la Rickey Henderson and Kenny Lofton. In fact, I’d love for someone to ask Rickey Henderson what he thinks about this endeavor.

What’s Happening on the South Side of Chicago?

Tomorrow is May 1st, and the White Sox are currently reeling off a 7-21 record and are nine games behind. Minnesota. It really takes effort to be almost double digits before the calendar turns to May. What are they doing at 35th and Shields? Because just a few years ago, our minds were boggled by how socks stacked up.

In case you’re wondering, Robert was benched by manager Pedro Grifol for his…uh…underwhelming effort, and the White Sox Losing streak hits 10. Fans on BAllpark chanted “Team Sell” on Saturday.

How did this ever happen? Maybe there was a reason why Tony LaRussa took naps during games.