You know Cuba is not in South America?Its just getting into the time when trades and signings happen. They will get a starting pitcher. Sign a good closer, and probably sign Brantley for right field. Forget about Reinny blowing up his budget. He won't and fortunately the smart things that the SOx have done trade wise, drafting, and the South American connection have elevated the Sox as what I think will be a World Series contender by the time the season starts.
What South American connection do the Sox have that is stronger than other MLB teams?Yeah. This was meant in a general way. You know, the Sox connection goes beyond just Cuba, it includes South American players and players from the Dominican Republic, etc. Now then, what is your opinion?
The general approach that the Sox are having with signing a lot of foreign baseball players. It sure looks to me that their foreign scouting organization has done a great job with moving on identifying some very young baseball talent and making them feel comfortable to sign with the Chicago White Sox.What South American connection do the Sox have that is stronger than other MLB teams?
What is my opinion on what?
Yeah, Springer is great and would complete the puzzle. Lots of left/right speed/power offense/defense possibilities open up with Springer putting the rest of outfield in best positions to succeed, including some DH for Jiminez.Sure hope that we can attend games this summer. Agree with Hawk in signing Brantney, doubt that they will go after Springer. Getting excited in my pants....lol.