Chris Sale’s 98th and final pitch of Sunday’s game was a 98 mile per hour fastball, one that whizzed past the bat of Trevor Plouffe for strike three.
While some of the new White Sox have gotten off to rocky starts as the team’s stumbled a bit out of the gate, one new addition had a situational debut that was about as impressive as it gets.
The first game-winning hit and RBI of the 2015 season belongs to J.B. Shuck.
Raise your hand if you had that prediction before the baseball season got going.
All the new additions to the White Sox roster this offseason had expectations pretty high.