As he heads into another significant offseason for the franchise, Rick Hahn is receiving kudos for last year’s performance.
If there’s one positive to emerge from the murky depths of the disaster that was the White Sox bullpen in 2014, it’s the development of Zach Putnam and Jacob Petricka.
He only had him for 10 games, but Double-A Birmingham manager Julio Vinas didn’t need long to determine Tim Anderson is dripping with talent.
Less than 15 months later, a difficult decision to trade Jake Peavy is starting to look like it could have a long-lasting, positive impact on the White Sox.
The offseason is barely underway, but it already appears Carlos Rodon will be the X-factor when it comes to the White Sox 2015 starting rotation.