Tuesday Dec 3
White Sox need to move fast on getting catcher
If White Sox general manager Rick Hahn is planning on making an upgrade at catcher - which should be No.
Sox give catcher Flowers another chance
Tyler Flowers said near the end of a rough 2013 season that he believed his performance put the White Sox in a "tough spot" when considering his future.
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MLB match making: Glaring needs and how to fill them
The free agent market represents the ultimate opportunity for teams to address needs without giving up an asset in return, only money.
Angi: Options For The White Sox Behind The Plate
If you want a sense of just how difficult it's going to be for the White Sox to upgrade at catcher, a position at which their players hit .196/.238/.325 this season, consider the market for backstopping talent is so competitive that this week the Reds jumped out ahead of the market to sign former Tigers reserve Brayan Pena.
Twins: Where Joe Mauer would have ranked among first basemen in 2013
Joe Mauer beats the tag by Chicago catcher Josh Phegley to score the tying run on an RBI single in the eighth inning at Target Field, Thursday, August 15, 2013, in Minneapolis.
White Sox evaluating alternatives behind the dish
Josh Phegley can "get the job done" for the White Sox in 2014 and beyond. Flowers also understands the business side of Major League Baseball, and the "what have you done for me lately" sort of attitude.