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2020 Schedule
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The Undefeated
4dJoon Lee

ChiSox's Anderson not surprised by Giolito post

Tim Anderson and Lucas Giolito have a unique bond on the White Sox, one they both believe other people across baseball -- and even throughout the country -- can learn from.

The case for Minnie Minoso to be in the HOF (0:55)
16d

William Weinbaum ESPN 

"There's going to be a little bit of a new normal for being a sports fan" & social distancing's a must, says Chi. Pub. Health Commssr. Dr. Allison Arwady of MLB/other restarts. "That probably means not traveling along with your team, not getting together in your bar, not doing a lot of the things that make sports in our pre-COVID experience fully the experience they are, but I still think it'll be worth it." Re: MLB, see: https://twitter.com/TJQuinnESPN/status/1262778863052087306?s=20

How jersey numbers carry special significance for some MLB players (1:35)
20d
23d

BBTN: Mike Greenberg on getting tossed from a clubhouse, a shuttle ride with Bo Jackson

Charles Barkley joins Buster to talk about why hitting a pitch is the most difficult thing to do in sports, being starstruck by Willie Mays and Hank Aaron, calling Mike Trout and Patrick Ewing after he got his coronavirus test results, Tim Kurkjian's basketball skills, going to Auburn the same time as Bo Jackson, people not understanding how hard it is to win, and his love for Max Scherzer (16:56). Plus, Kiley McDaniel on Blake Snell's comments, who he projects to be the top three picks in the draft and the prospect of scouts being laid off after the draft (5:11).

The top 10 MLB catches of all time (3:50)
26d
29d

BBTN: Terry Francona talks about managing the Birmingham Barons with Michael Jordon on the team

Terry Francona talks to Buster about his days as manager of the Birmingham Barons with Michael Jordan on the squad. Francona dishes stories on the first time he met Jordan, the first time he saw his swing, what Jordan's goals were playing baseball, the famous team bus and setting a screen for Jordan while playing pickup basketball (13:58). Plus, Todd Radom on Chase Field and the weekly quiz (4:01).

Former MLB shortstop Saladino hits first KBO homer (0:31)
29d
29d

ESPN Daily: Michael Jordan's brief baseball stint

In the midst of becoming the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan retired from the NBA and set his sights on baseball. The reason? To pay homage to his recently slain father. Jordan training with the White Sox and joining the minor leagues created major media buzz, as ball players and fans criticized the move. ESPN senior writer Steve Wulf was with Sports Illustrated at the time, and his 1994 coverage of Jordan's foray into baseball made news of its own, as it angered MJ himself. Wulf tells us about Michael's efforts to succeed with the Double-A Birmingham Barons, and how Jordan may have been closer than we know to being called up to bigs, had he not returned to basketball.

'The Last Dance' First Look: Jordan decides to play baseball (0:41)
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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs70824th
Batting Average.2618th
On Base Percentage.31423rd
Slugging Percentage.41425th
Earned Run Average4.9022nd
Quality Starts53Tied-15th
WHIP1.4325th
BAA.26325th