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Hangar18
03-07-2005, 12:51 PM
The last few years, the White Sox have been leading the world in terms
of Runs Scored & Home Runs the last few spring trainings ............
and the Media has pointed out how that has carried right over into
the regular season every year since 2000. I know its only one week
into Spring Training, but can anyone tell us how the SOX are stacking
up average-wise this Spring Training so far?

I have a feeling we are way below our average the last 4 years.
The reason I ask this, is RUNS wise, Spring Training has kind of foreshadowed
what our season was going to be like Offensively, and so far, We
are looking pretty dismal offensively. A lot of Podzilla beating out
hits, getting bunted over, than being left at 3rd base ........

or is it just me?

Flight #24
03-07-2005, 01:11 PM
The last few years, the White Sox have been leading the world in terms
of Runs Scored & Home Runs the last few spring trainings ............
and the Media has pointed out how that has carried right over into
the regular season every year since 2000. I know its only one week
into Spring Training, but can anyone tell us how the SOX are stacking
up average-wise this Spring Training so far?

I have a feeling we are way below our average the last 4 years.
The reason I ask this, is RUNS wise, Spring Training has kind of foreshadowed
what our season was going to be like Offensively, and so far, We
are looking pretty dismal offensively. A lot of Podzilla beating out
hits, getting bunted over, than being left at 3rd base ........

or is it just me?

I doubt very much that Pods will be stranded at 3d during the season by the likes of Rogowski, Perez, & Young. If/when that's happening with Everett, Rowand, Konerko batting behind him, then MAYBE you can start to worry. But with a significant portion of ABs coming from guys who won't see the bigs this year, I don't see how it can possibly have any relation to what'll happen in the majors in '05.

patbooyah
03-07-2005, 01:26 PM
gowski is a giant

scary looking.

Ol' No. 2
03-07-2005, 02:12 PM
I doubt very much that Pods will be stranded at 3d during the season by the likes of Rogowski, Perez, & Young. If/when that's happening with Everett, Rowand, Konerko batting behind him, then MAYBE you can start to worry. But with a significant portion of ABs coming from guys who won't see the bigs this year, I don't see how it can possibly have any relation to what'll happen in the majors in '05.We'll get a lot better idea the last week of ST when the regulars are playing more.