Tag Archives: Chris Getz

Yesterday’s Bust Prospect Is Today’s Bust Prospect

Chris Getz and Josh Fields: an assessment, and a glimmer of hope for the good people of Kansas City. [Royally Speaking]

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Philosophical Dilemmas, White Sox Baseball Be Thy Name

What makes a rookie great? And what’s a year worth, anyway? [Mouthpiece Sports] But more importantly: what did Kenny Williams know, and when did he know it? [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Chris Getz and Gordon Beckham Raise An Interesting Intellectual Debate

On the South Side of Chicago, two solid choices vie for one good award.

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Your Definition of “Good” is Their Definition of “Meh”

Beating the best teams in the world, they wish they all could be California teams. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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The Javier Vazquez of AL Centerfielders

We were rooting for you, Brian Anderson. Except when you messed up. Which you did. Often. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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We Have Seen the Future of White Sox Baseball

. . . and it looks a lot like the very recent past of White Sox baseball. To the Grindmobile!

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Panic Room of Nine Days Until Pitchers and Catchers Report

Kenny Williams signing Bobby Abreu? He’s spent the last eight years of his life building teams like this specifically to keep out players like that.

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Dewonder Years

In which your barstool GM explains how to turn the Sox into a juggernaut in three easy steps, based on research done by patrons of the friendly neighborhood watering hole. Seriously.

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Getz Some Go Again

On the most meaningless term in all of rookie second basemendom.

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