Originally Posted by blandman
If someone is happy with what we're putting on the field, absolutely not. It's not like the White Sox are disinterested in what the fans have to say. And if people are okay with the **** storm that's going to prevail the next few seasons, the White Sox are going to do nothing. That affects me.
The time to act is now. If this team doesn't start adding core players, it'll be too late. We'll be Astros bad. And core players don't sign with teams that are Astros bad.
Ah, the hyper-extremism. Welcome back to the fray, munch.
I've been reading on these boards (and been party to some of it), people complaining that the Sox were about to drive off a talent cliff and head to 100-loss abyss. Maybe that will happen. Maybe it will not. But I do know they will have $33 million in payroll coming off the books following 2013 and potentially another $42 million coming off after 2014. That's a lot of payroll flexibility for a guy who was a consensus top GM prospect to work with to start his tenure. So I'm not going to worry too hard about things.