Chicago White Sox

Yoan Moncada out for second straight game as he's still being bothered by back soreness


Likewise, there has been an abundance of really positive signs for the future of this team: Lucas Giolito’s dominance, Tim Anderson’s offensive success, Yoan Moncada’s bounce back, James McCann’s emergence, Eloy Jimenez’s recent displays of power and the continued development of guys like Dylan Cease, Luis Robert and Nick Madrigal in the minor leagues.


He shipped David Robertson, Todd Frazier, Tommy Kahnle, Anthony Swarzak and Dan Jennings out of town in exchange for rebuilding pieces in 2017.


This season, the White Sox have perhaps the best performing reliever since they started this rebuild in Alex Colome, the closer who’s flashed mostly dominant stuff since being acquired in the offseason in exchange for Omar Narvaez.


The Cleveland Indians traded away highly rated catching prospect Francisco Mejia for San Diego Padres closer Brad Hand last year.


Jose Abreu is slated to hit free agency after the season, but it sure sounds like he’s part of the White Sox plans past 2019, meaning perhaps a minimal chance he would get dealt.


Yoan Moncada's back is still bothering him, and it will likely keep him out for at least the first two games of the White Sox series with the visiting New York Yankees this weekend.






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