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How Tim Anderson, White Sox are staying prepared (1:07)
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White Sox option top pitching prospect Kopech

The 23-year-old right-hander missed last season after having Tommy John surgery in September 2018, but he hit triple digits during spring training this year.

Could a 32-game schedule be MLB's best solution? (3:13)
An ode to the 2020 MLB season (1:51)
Could MLB implement an NCAA-like tournament this season? (1:33)
Teixeira details why players are frustrated with MLB (1:43)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is the quote from Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker regarding Illinois-based sports events: : "I have spoken with the owners of all of our major sports teams and I've asked them to cancel all of their games or play without spectators until May 1. All of the owners that I spoke with told me that they completely understood and were more than willing to comply with this guidance."

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker just announced that he's asked the owners of all Illinois-based sport franchises to cancel or play without spectators for live events through at least May 1. Added that all the owners agreed to comply. No baseball in Chicago at least through the month of April.


BBTN: Buster previews the AL Central

It's AL Central preview day! Buster talks White Sox with play-by-play voice Jason Benetti (5:17), Indians with MLB.com's Mandy Bell (9:44), Tigers with MLB.com's Jason Beck (16:39), Royals with the Kansas City Star's Lynn Worthy (21:43) and Twins with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Patrick Reusse (27:40).

Why Hiura and Jimenez could have breakout seasons (1:19)
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ChiSox prospect Kopech to make debut Tuesday

Right-handed prospect Michael Kopech, known for his high-velocity fastball that can reach as high as 100 mph, will make his spring debut on Tuesday. He hasn't pitched since having Tommy John surgery in 2018.

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Moncada wasn't interested in leaving White Sox

After recently switching agents, third baseman Yoan Moncada told them his goal was to remain with the White Sox long term. The result was a five-year, $70 million contract officially announced Friday.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2618th
On Base Percentage.31423rd
Slugging Percentage.41425th
Earned Run Average4.9022nd
Quality Starts53Tied-15th