In all the years I’ve been a White Sox contributor for the Sportsbank.net there has never been a season where expectations for the team has been lower as the words “new era” and “rebuilding” are frequently associated with the team. As a matter of fact most experts and sports periodicals pick the southsiders to be among the worst teams in the game. So in a year where there is so much negativity in terms of expectations why is the Soxman so motivated to cheer with passion and pride?
First, we have a manager who is more concerned with his player’s performance on the field than he is on creating sound bites for the media. Through five games the White Sox have arguably fought hard through all of them and through every inning, every pitch they have played like a team.
A 3-2 road trip against the 2011 AL Champions and the re-tooled Cleveland Indians is more than likely anyone could have expected.
The biggest offensive question marks, Adam Dunn and Alex Rios have both made positive con...