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The Chicago White Sox are one of the most popular teams in the professional baseball league today and have a long and illustrious history spanning more than a century during which they managed to win all major tournaments offered by the Major League. The ChiSox, as they are commonly known, are always looking to sign the hottest talent around in an effort to strengthen their squad and recruit the best players to get a couple of wins under their belt.
The Sox have become fan favorites for their “never say die” attitude and their tendency of featuring the best players in the business. The team recently selected some key non-roster players to participate in Spring Training in Glendale, Arizona. It was announced that 20 invitations had been sent overall and these players had a chance of impressing the Sox’s talent scouts to be considered for a shot at the big league.
Future looks bright for the Chicago White Sox. An improvement in the team’s offensive tactics is clearly visible and the inclusion of non-roster invitee of 2012 Trayce Thomson shouldn’t come as a shocker. Outfielder Keenyn Walker and left handed pitcher Scott Snodgress will definitely add more firepower to the White Sox arsenal.
Lefty Charlie Leesman, righty Nestor Molina and outfielder Jared Mitchell have also made it to the White Sox 40-man roster and will be players to watch in the upcoming 2013 season.
The first time I saw the this formidable battle squad in action was when I bought Chicago White Sox Tickets to watch the team play in the 2005 World Series Finals. The team beat rivals the Houston Astros 4 games to none to lift the coveted World Series trophy and in the process made a fan out me along with millions of people all over the country.
I’ve been following the team’s progress ever since and even though the Sox had a mediocre 2012 season, there were moments of sheer brilliance in their offensive tactics and disciplined, coordinated teamwork which hinted towards a bright future.
The White Sox have been practicing hard during the offseason to improve their National League rankings and give their fans plenty to cheer about. I’ve already bought Chicago White Sox 2013 Season Tickets and I’m exciting to see my favorite team battle challenging opponents on the diamond.