Letters From Spring Training: Chicago White Sox

The baseball season nears, and players are reporting to Spring Training. Every year, these month-long camps offer young men a chance to make friends, build campfires, and most importantly, learn how to tie knots. Everyone gets homesick eventually, though. Presenting the eighth in a month-long series called, "Letters From Spring Training."

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We continue through the AL Central with a peek in on the Chicago White Sox, in which Mark Buehrle struggles to fulfill his quota of one awesome thing per year.

 

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For more on the Sox, check out our White Sox blog, South Side Sox.

Previously on Letters From Spring Training:
Detroit Tigers
Cleveland Indians
Kansas City Royals
Texas Rangers
Oakland Athletics
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Seattle Mariners

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