White Sox Talk Podcast

The White Sox Talk Podcast brings you unparalleled insight and access to the White Sox. Featuring interviews with current/former players and coaches, we’ll tell you why something happened yesterday, and what’s likely going to happen tomorrow. Featuring Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Chris Kamka and Vinnie Duber. 

When Dallas Keuchel speaks, his White Sox teammates listen.

The Sox are 25% done with the season. What we like and don't like.

Luis Robert is on a tear. Can he win the MVP in his first year in the Majors?

Dan Plesac sees the White Sox making the playoffs

Ozzie Guillén breaks down the 2020 White Sox.

I think Nelson Cruz went deep again

What does Rick Hahn think of the 2020 White Sox?

Calm down, but there may be a chance the White Sox could win the World Series this year.

The kid is making noise early and could be a preview of what's coming to the South Side.

Which Chicago team will be crowned Chicago's baseball team in 2020?

Why pitcher Jimmy Lambert is a White Sox prospect to watch

Tim Anderson gets real talking about the White Sox, bat flips and more.

As the start of the season gets closer, will MLB be able to finish the 2020 season?

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber give you an inside look into White Sox Summer Camp.

Lucas Giolito is ready and hopeful that they will be able to finish the season.

It's going to be a tight race to crown the king of the AL Central.

Can Garrett Crochet impact the 2020 White Sox?

White Sox tv broadcaster Steve Stone believes the Sox will make the playoffs.

With baseball coming back, how do the players feel about the long negotiations?

After a long battle between the players and owners, an actual baseball season might finally be here.

Baseball has an opportunity to come back. This is not a drill.

MLB Commish Rob Manfred doesn't think there will be baseball this year.

Albert Belle tells it like it is about Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and his 1998 season that got overshadowed by the PED fueled home run chase.

The White Sox draft left-handed fireballer Garrett Crochet and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred says baseball will be played this season “100 percent.” Lots to talk about.

Konerko explains why he sides with the players in MLB negotations and also talks about the 2010 Blackhawks on the 10th anniversary of their Stanley Cup title.

With the season still up in the air, the White Sox still have a draft to prepare for.

Laurence Holmes and Tim Anderson discuss the protests in Chicago and in the United States.

With the clock ticking for a deal, there’s a big divide and harsh feelings between players and owners

Sox pitcher Dylan Cease is ready and wants to play baseball ASAP.

White Sox pitcher Evan Marshall discusses the hurdles in trying to start the season.

Happy Anniversary to A.J. Pierzynski and Michael Barrett.

With no live sports, baseball can be what we need to get through this tough time.

A casual check in with everyone's favorite White Sox broadcasters.

Four coaches who led teams during the '90s Bulls era describe what that time was like for Chicago.

Will the players say yes, or will the owners have to go back to the drawing board?

Former White Sox pitcher Philip Humber describes the perfect game that led to the end of his career.

Tyler Saladino talks about the feeling and the magnitude of playing baseball right now in South Korea

In one of the most surprising games in White Sox history, Philip Humber did the unthinkable.

It's always a fun time when Jason Benetti and Bill Walton team up on anything.

7 members of the 2005 White Sox share what that unforgettable season was like.

According to Bob Nightengale, there is a 99.99% chance there will be baseball in 2020

The defining list to determine if A. J. Pierzynski is the most hated/beloved White Sox.

The day when Michael Jordan took batting practice at Old Comiskey Park

A White Sox team doctor says baseball can be played this season.

Stories about Michael Jordan's short baseball career from people who were there.

Scott Podsednik overcame a lot to achieve the ultimate goal of a World Series ring.

Carlton Fisk wanted to prove something vs his old team, and he did.

New White Sox pitcher Dallas Keuchel remembers when he couldn't play baseball.

What life without baseball has been like for White Sox catcher James McCann

Steve Cishek describes what it's like having family members on the front lines of the pandemic.

In a fantasy baseball style draft, the White Sox team at NBCS Chicago selects and creates the best White Sox team they can.

If the season could start but no fans were allowed in, would you still want baseball?

Chuck Garfien and Adam Hoge discuss the passing of White Sox broadcaster Ed Farmer

Comedian Pat McGann discusses his love of the White Sox in a way only he can.

Cliff Politte details the 2005 White Sox World Series pitching staff

Chuck Garfien is joined by Vinnie Duber and Adam Hoge as they discuss the many different scenarios being considered by MLB for a possible 2020 baseball season. (1:36) - How MLB is planning to have a baseball season (7:20) - Teams possibly playing games at neutral sites and/or home games without fans  (11:20) - How many games might they play?  (18:30) - Expanding playoffs or new format for playoffs (24:20) - What happens if a player or umpire tests positive for COVID-19 during the season? (30:30) - How does this impact the minor leagues?

With the start of the season suspended because of the COVID-19 virus, Tim Anderson is here to lift your spirits.  Tim tells Chuck Garfien why he’s staying so positive during this time (4:30), Ozzie Guillen calls up and talks to TA (8:10), Tim wants to do a podcast with Chuck, and maybe a movie? (9:15), what he’d say to White Sox fans who are missing baseball today (13:45), how he became a stronger person after going through struggles (15:00), how he’s training for the season (21:15) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Jason Benetti speak with Bob Comstock, their former broadcasting teacher at Homewood-Flossmoor High School who made a tremendous impact on their careers. Why he meant so much to Chuck and Jason (4:30), what it's like making a 55-minute radio documentary in high school (7:20), the time Comstock took a student to Disco Demolition (16:00), why he had such a special connection with students (19:40), what kind of broadcasters were Chuck and Jason in high school? (29:30) The twist of fate that brought Jason to the White Sox (36:30) and more.

The Buehrle Perfect game review

White Sox 2017 1st round pick Jake Burger hasn't played baseball in 2 years due to 2 achilles tendon tears. The injuries took a toll on Jake and his mental health which spiraled into depression. Host Chuck Garfien talks with Jake Burger and has a powerful conversation about overcoming depression and anxiety and helping others that are fighting those battles as well. (3:18) - Feeling great about the season (6:34) - Breaking his silence about his depression (11:40) - The meaning and purpose of his tattoo (20:00) - His love of Sprite (24:10) - Helping others with their fight with depression (27:00) - What has helped him get over his depression

If you had a chance to ask anything to 2 White Sox broadcasters what would you ask? Well, host Chuck Garfien and Jason Benetti gives fans that opportunity. They answer questions like their favorite food at Guaranteed Rate, why they got into broadcasting, and favorite thing to do during this break and a lot more. (4:00) - Ozzie Guillen askes a question (9:20) - Favorite food at Guaranteed Rate Field (13:50) - Which White Sox player would you want to be stranded with (20:30) - Top 5 sports movies (27:10) - Best soundbite you've ever gotten (Michael Jordan story) (35:00) - Go to order for pizza

With MLB suspending all baseball activities, what does a player do with this down time? Host Chuck Garfien finds out with White Sox TV play-by-play man Jason Benetti, as they sit down with Sox star pitcher Lucas Giolito. They get into, his routine now that baseball has been put on pause, his love of video games, and they discuss movies. Prepare to do a deep dive into White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito. (1:15) - What has the last few days been like for Giolito (7:20) - How can you prepare yourself for a delayed season? (16:00) - The White Sox arcade Olympics (23:30) - Replacing movie characters with White Sox players (33:10) - Lucas' interest in video games

To help get you over this uncertain time in sports, host Chuck Garfien is joined by White Sox television play-by-play voice Jason Benetti as they discuss what it's like with no baseball to cover, favorite tv shows to watch and other fun and entertaining topics. (2:40) - Harry Carey was the voice of the White Sox at one point (5:50) - Dreaming about Hawk Harrelson (11:40) - How are you spending your time with no baseball (23:18) - Chuck was in a commercial (32:50) - A fact no one knows about Jason Benetti

As the MLB suspends all baseball activities, White Sox GM Rick Hahn speaks to the media no how the Sox are handling the current situation. Host Chuck Garfien provides the rundown on the Sox's plan and discusses what the season could look like in the near future. (1:10) - This is still crazy (4:00) - Special podcast announcement (6:00) - What went into the MLBs decision to suspend activities (8:00) - Rick Hahn on the White Sox plan during the suspension of activities (14:30) - Chuck's wrap up

MLB has stopped all Spring Training games and could suspend all baseball activities until May due to preventative measures against COVID-19. Host Chuck Garfien discusses what happens now and why this is disappointing for White Sox fans. (1:35) - The sports world has stopped (4:02) - What should baseball fans do with no baseball? (7:35) - WTF is happening!? (10:00) - Real life issues affecting sports

After a long absence due to injury from baseball White Sox young pitcher Michael Kopech is back. Kopech pitched in a spring training game 11 pitches but registered 100+ mph on the radar gun. Host Chuck Garfien recaps the outing, with sound from Kopech and gets reaction from his fellow White Sox teammates. (1:52) - Watching Michael Kopech pitch and throw 100mph (4:00) - Michael Kopech describes what it was like to be back (11:15) - ZacK Collins on Michael Kopech's outing (13:51) - Aaron Bummer describes what kind of arm Kopech has (17:10) - Chuck's wrap up on Michael Kopech

White Sox pitcher Zack Burdi has been through a lot since being the 26th overall pick by the White Sox and he is ready to come back and perform. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Zack as they discuss his career so far, the injuries that have held him back, and his brutally honest self assessment of his play. (2:07) - Excited about his improvement (5:06) - Dealing with multiple injuries (10:20) - "I didn't belong in the majors early on" (11:45) - How to make sure he improved (15:20) - Chuck's wrap up

In another off-season move, Rick Hahn and the White Sox extend 3rd basemen Yoan Moncada by giving him 5 years and $70 million dollars. Host Chuck Garfien drops an emergency podcast to discuss with Scott Merkin of MLB.com. (1:50) - Reaction to the Moncada contract (5:00) - Keys to the White Sox rebuild (9:36) - This team is built to last (14:05) - Reasons why Moncada took the extension (17:50) - The goal is multiple titles

Host Chuck Garfien caught up with former White Sox hitter and Hall of Famer Jim Thome in Arizona for White Sox Spring training as they discuss why there has been so much hype around this team, the lineup that could be great, and should Paul Konerko be in the Hall of Fame. (2:20) - This is an exciting time for the White Sox (6:00) - This lineup could great (11:00) - Eloy Jimenez could hit 50 home runs this year (14:20) - Does Paul Konerko have the itch to coach in the majors? (17:40) - Should Konerko be in the Hall of Fame (18:40) - Chuck's wrap up

The hype around Luis Robert is starting to feel like more than just hype. Host Chuck Garfien does a deep dive live in Arizona on the White Sox rookie with his teammates James McCann, Danny Mendick, and Eloy Jimenez, and his hitting coach Frank Menechino. From what is being said about Robert, soon the league will be put on notice. (1:52) - Eloy Jimenez's assessment of Luis Robert (6:07) - James McCann "There isn't anything he can't do on a baseball field" (9:00) - Danny Mendick "He can win rookie of the year" (13:30) - Hitting coach Frank Menechino on what Robert needs to work on (15:36) - Chuck's wrap up

White Sox legend Paul Konerko has found his calling, being a little league coach for his son's team. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Konerko and former White Sox relief pitcher J.J. Putz as they discuss what the transition is like from playing in the majors to coaching little league, and would they have any interest in coaching at the pro level. (5:12) - How did Paul and J.J. start coaching little league? (9:20) - Planning out a little league practice (14:50) - Paul and J.J. on being on the Hall of Fame ballot together (21:46) - Paul Konerko the player is gone (22:56) - Would Paul consider coaching in the majors

NBCS Chicago is celebrating Black History Month with special episodes to discuss the impact of the black athlete in sports. In the final episode of the series, Laurence Holmes is joined by his "Football Aftershow" teammate and former Chicago Bear Alex Brown to discuss, making coaching in the NFL more diverse, is the Rooney Rule helping, and the common practice of moving black quarterbacks to other positions. (4:20) - Alex Brown on being pushed to not play quarterback in high school (9:15) - Jalen Hurts asked would he be willing to change positions in the NFL (17:03) - Alex Brown on playing in a Super Bowl that featured 2 black head coaches (22:12) - Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy not being mentioned for a head coaching job (26:00) - Does the Rooney Rule work? (40:35) - Overcoming unfairness (44:28) - Watching a NFL where there are successful black quarterbacks

The man the fans are clamoring for, Yermin Mercedes sits down with host Chuck Garfien to discuss why Sox fans love him, and his goals as a player. Chuck also gets some inside information on Yermin from teammates Carson Fulmer and Danny Mendick, and White Sox director of player development Chris Getz. You wanted Yermin, we got you Yermin. (2:05) - Who the heck is Yermin Mercedes? (6:41) - Interview with Yermin Mercedes (16:07) - How did the Sox acquire Yermin with Chris Getz (19:09) - Carson Fulmer on Yermin Mercedes's improvement as a baseball player (22:03) - Danny Mendick on the uniqueness of Yermin Mercedes

Carlos Rodon has been apart of the White Sox organization for 5 years and has never had a winning season and has been injured. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Carlos to discuss his career so far as a White Sox, getting over his injuries, and the determination to start winning now. (2:13) - Where Rodon is physically (7:00) - What it's like to come back from Tommy John surgery (11:30) - It's time to start winning (16:06) - Chuck's recap of the interview

New White Sox slugger Edwin Encarnación has known rising star Eloy Jiménez since he was 14 and he sees Eloy being one of the best players in the league. Host Chuck Garfien sits down with Edwin and Eloy to discuss their history with one another back in the Dominican Republic, and what it's going to be like now that they are on the same team. (1:55) - Eloy's thoughts when the Sox signed Edwin (5:10) - Why Edwin wanted to sign with the White Sox (10:25) - What is the history of the parrot trot? (12:01) - Edwin talks about his father passing this winter (17:06) - Eloy on the chance to have a career like Edwin

Kobe Bryant and his daughter is being memorialized today. His impact has reached across cultures, countries, and sports. One person who was impacted by Kobe and his legacy is White Sox ace Lucas Giolito, who grew up in L.A. and described in detail the mark Kobe's life has left on him. (2:10) - Kobe was part of the culture in Los Angeles (4:10) - Working out at the Kobe Academy days after Kobe passes (6:40) - Kobe was Giolito's favorite Laker (8:20) - Using Mamba mentality in everything you do

NBCS Chicago is celebrating Black History Month with special episodes to discuss the impact of the black athlete in sports. Chicago Sun Times feature story writer Evan F. Moore sits down with former Blackhawk and analyst for NBCS Chicago Jamal Mayers to discuss being a black athlete in hockey and what he's doing to help grow hockey in non traditional hockey communities. (3:00) - Why was it important for Jamal to write about his life in his book (10:58) - Ray Emery's impact on hockey (16:00) - Describes what the NHL and the Blackhawks are doing to grow the game (21:37) - The Devante Smith-Pelly incident at the United Center (36:10) - Reasons that hockey hasn't addressed social issues (40:06) - Addressing ignorance in hockey

Can Nomar Mazara live up to all the potential he has? Can he fit in well with this new powered up lineup? Why hasn't he been as productive as he would've liked? Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Ryan McGuffey as they discuss the White Sox newcomer and Chuck sits down with Mazara to discuss all the concerns Sox fans may have about the young right fielder. (2:00) - Sox fans expectations for Mazara after the Sox traded for him (9:43) - Mazara interview** (11:24) - What's preventing Mazara from reaching his ceiling (15:56) - Where does he see himself in the lineup (18:00) - Meeting Eloy Jimenez in the Dominican Republic (22:36) - Reaction to the Mazara interview (26:30) - Seems like Mazara is the right fit for the White Sox (29:00) - Mazara has an opportunity to change fans perception of him

In Durham, North Carolina in August of last year, White Sox youngster Luis Robert hit one of the most jaw dropping home runs anyone has ever seen or heard. Host Chuck Garfien relives that legend starting home run with Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber, and White Sox players Zack Collins, Danny Mendick, and Nick Madrigal. The link to the homer is below. INDULGE! https://twitter.com/NBCSWhiteSox/status/1163618280646553600 (2:45) - Luis Robert is a specimen (4:15) - Robert does everything well, literally everything (7:32) - Zack Collins on what he thought of the Luis Robert home run (9:34) - Danny Mendick remembers what that home run looked like (11:46) - Nick Madrigal on what the dugout was thinking after the home run (14:00) - How far can Luis Robert hit a ball in Chicago?

Making it to the majors is a fantastic and rare feat in itself, but White Sox pitcher Gio Gonzalez's path to the White Sox, and from the White Sox, several times over is a journey baseball fans everywhere should listen to. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Gio to discuss his pro career and what he sees in this young White Sox team. (1:40) - Surprised the White Sox wanted him to comeback (6:00) - Wanted to go a team that wanted to give me an opportunity (10:00) - Yasmani Grandal is a different kind of person (13:30) - Thoughts on the Sox young pitching core (16:20) - Thoughts on the expectations for this team

Host Chuck Garfien sits with one of the newest White Sox players, Dallas Keuchel as they go over his decision to ultimately sign with the Chicago White Sox. (3:30) - What information did he have/find out about the White Sox (5:42) - Why he eventually made up his mind to sign with the Sox (9:00) - What does he see in the White Sox young pitching staff (12:00) - Relationship with Ricky Renteria (17:23) - What will he do with the beard (23:11) - Thoughts on Astros

How legitimate is the Astro's World Series win? How did they effect baseball? Will playing the Astros be different now? Host Chuck Garfien discusses all of this with White Sox Pitcher Evan Marshall plus gets his opinion on how the White Sox are handling it with former Houston Astro and big free agent signee Dallas Keuchel on the team. (1:39) - Cheating is a part of baseball history (4:14) - Reaction to Astros' press conference (5:55) - Start of Evan Marshall interview** (8:45) - The effect the Astro's had on opposing players careers (10:58) - How hitting becomes so much easier (13:16) - Will it be different playing the Astros now? (15:20) - What about other people/teams that have cheated?

There are a lot of expectations for the 2020 White Sox and they know it and embrace it. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by NBCS Chicago White Sox writer Vinnie Duber and Scott Merkin of MLB.com to discuss the collective proclamation by the Sox on the 1st day pitchers and catchers report, that they fully intend to strive for the playoffs. (1:49) - There is a different feeling in White Sox camp for the 1st time in a long time (5:48) Sox manager Ricky Renteria disappointed if Sox don't make the playoffs this year (9:05) - White Sox PECOTA projections (13:02) - James McCann "We're trying to win a World Series" (18:46) - Injuries on the 1st day (21:02) - Will the Sox make good on their claim and make the playoffs

GM of the White Sox Rick Hahn sits down with host Chuck Garfien as they discuss how the new and exciting 2020 White Sox were built. Hahn gives details into what went into each extension and signing of each major move that was made this off-season. They also discuss the expectations that come with building this team. (3:10) - Went after Yasmani Grandal as soon as free agency opened up (7:20) - How did missing out on Machado/Harper impact this offseason? (10:55) - Getting Keuchel/White Sox relationship with Scott Boras (13:30) - Strasburg, Cole, or Keuchel? (17:06) - Didn't go after Edwin Encarnación right away (18:30) - What was considered when signing José Abreu (19:56) - Jerry Reinsdorf wasn't on board with the Robert extension initially (23:55) - Thoughts on the Astro's cheating scandal (25:25) - Could still go after a 2nd basemen

NBCS Chicago is celebrating Black History Month with special episodes to discuss the impact of the black athlete in sports. To start the series Laurence Holmes interviews former Cub, now baseball analyst Doug Glanville as they discuss his experience in baseball, and the change that black athletes have brought in baseball. (0:53) - The legacy of Black history and sports (5:47) - Should an athlete speak on social issues? (10:00) - His parents weren't comfortable with him playing baseball (14:20) - The diversity of baseball (17:00) - Black interest in baseball (23:00) - Current black baseball players still dealing with issues

During Soxfest, host Chuck Garfien sat down with White Sox newcomer Yasmani Grandal who made it absolutely clear that he didn't come to the South Side to lose. Chuck and Yasmani discuss how he became so competitive, how he can help a young pitching staff, and his intentions with the White Sox. (2:10) - How do you win? (4:40) - How he learned to not accept losing (7:24) - What was it like catching for Kershaw (8:15) - Helping Dylan Cease (9:45) - When he finally got comfortable at the big league level (11:10) - Sensing the excitement from this team

Host Chuck Garfien is joined by White Sox prospect Nick Madrigal as they discuss the open 2nd base spot on the Sox, his struggles at Winston Salem single A, and his dreams of the big leagues. (1:15) - What he's done to get stronger (2:38) - His struggles at high single A (3:27) - "I'm ready right now!" (5:49) - Coolest thing he's seen Luis Robert do (6:40) - What he dreams his major league debut will look like

As opening day gets closer and closer on the 2020 White Sox season, the crew of Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber, and Chris Kamka debate and discuss what they think the opening day lineup should look like. With all the new toys, is there a wrong way? (3:00) - Who sets the tone at lead-off? (7:29) - Who is batting 2nd? (11:24) - Who is locking down the 3 hole (14:02) - Cleanup hitter (17:09) - Batting 5th is? (20:00) - DH/ batting 6th? (24:21) - 7th in the lineup (28:59) - Who is batting 8th? (32:26) - Rounding out the lineup at the 9th spot (39:02) - Who fills in the lineup?

Podcast: Tim Anderson wants to be an MVP like Derrick Rose

Podcast: A sit down with Sox pitcher Dylan Cease

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with Michael Kopech and his wife Vanessa Morgan at SoxFest about their relationship, Michael’s comeback from Tommy John surgery, his battles with mental health, removing himself from social media, handling fame, Morgan’s acting career and more.

Podcast: SoxFest at Night!

Podcast: Are the White Sox looking for more?

Podcast: The INSANE Andy Hawkins no-hitter

Podcast: The person making the boldest White Sox predictions

Podcast: White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper

Podcast: Who's had the better off-season White Sox or Cubs?

Podcast: Lucas Giolito is ready to win, NOW!

Podcast: Luis Robert signs a freakin' extension!

Podcast: Mending fences with umpire Joe West

Podcast: Happy New Era with Jason Benetti

Podcast: You will run through a wall for Dallas Keuchel

Podcast: The White Sox sign Edwin Encarnación!

Podcast: White Sox land star pitcher Dallas Keuchel

Podcast: White Sox fans take over the podcast!

Podcast: Scott Boras' thoughts on the White Sox offseason

Podcast: Hawk Harrelson discusses his induction to the Hall of Fame.

Podcast: Could the Sox still try and make a move at the end of the Winter Meetings?

White Sox broadcaster Hawk Harrelson is going to the Hall of Fame.

The White Sox made a late night trade at the Winter Meetings, acquiring right fielder Nomar Mazara for 2018 2nd round pick Steele Walker. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber discuss the trade, why it was made and love it or hate it is it the right move for the short term? (1:25) Then, Rangers beat writer Evan Grant from the Dallas Morning News answers the question: What are the White Sox getting in Mazara. (15:43)

Chuck Garfien speaks with Yasmani Grandal at the Winter Meetings. The new White Sox catcher talks about why he connects with his former bench coach Rick Renteria (04:22), why he wants to manage one day in the big leagues (05:20), the White Sox fan who told him at Wrigley Field he would sign with the White Sox this offseason (05:47), his burning desire to win (08:00) and much more.

It's Day 2 of the Winter Meetings. USA Today's Bob Nightengale joins Chuck, Guff and Vinnie. He shares his thoughts on what starting pitcher is the right fit (2:00), the message the Grandal signing sends to the rest of the league (6:00), predictions for who the Sox will sign this week (12:00) and when the Sox window is open. (13:30) Plus, he shares some memories of past Winter Meetings including his favorite cocktail napkin trade and the best late-night stories from past years. (16:00)

Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber are at the MLB Winter Meetings in San Diego. MLB.com's Jon Morosi joins them to discuss the latest on Gerrit Cole (0:30) and the White Sox meaning business this winter (3:00). Plus, Jon says who he thinks is more likely to land in the Sox outfield: Marcell Ozuna or Nicholas Castellanos? (5:00) When all is said and done, what will the White Sox do this week? The four guys give their predictions. Morosi expects a big name, free-agent starter to come to the South Side. (12:00) Chuck, Guff and Vinnie then discuss what is fact and fiction about Marcell Ozuna (18:00) and have more of the rumors from Day 1 of the Winter Meetings.

Who's signing where? Chuck Garfien, Vinnie Duber, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka dig through the top free agents (and a couple of outliers) and predict where they will eventually end up. Everyone from Yasiel Puig (7:05), Dallas Keuchel (15:15) and Nicholas Castellanos (30:10) to Zack Wheeler (41:20), Anthony Rendon and Gerrit Cole (50:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with free agent pitcher Cole Hamels about his interest in signing with the White Sox (2:45), how he's been able to pitch at a high level into his mid-30's (13:00), the injury that derailed his season with the Cubs in 2019 (16:00), his fit with the White Sox (21:45), how he can help the young White Sox pitching staff (32:00) and more.

Former White Sox pitcher Kevin Hickey defied the odds again and again in his life, getting a contract with the White Sox on a tryout in 1978 and later receiving a World Series ring in 2005. It's a surreal journey that you have to hear to believe. Chuck Garfien speaks with Kevin's brother Tom about Kevin's upbringing, growing up two blocks away from Comiskey Park (1:30), the stories behind his White Sox tryout despite never playing organized baseball (5:45), his major league debut in 1981 (10:30), notorious bar fights (13:00), teaching Charlie Sheen how to pitch for the movie Major League 2 (22:00), getting a job with the White Sox (25:10), his part in the A.J. Pierzynski/Michael Barrett fight (28:30) and much more.

The White Sox want to add starting pitching this offseason. Could their next signing be Zack Wheeler? SNY's Andy Martino who covers the Mets comes on the podcast and says the White Sox are "a real possibility" for Wheeler (1:30). But who exactly is Wheeler? How good can he be? (5:00) How interested are the Yankees? (7:45) Is Wheeler worth the big money? (11:15) What might it cost? (17:20) Will the White Sox go all-in on him? (21:00) Plus, the White Sox put Yolmer Sanchez on outright waivers (27:00), and more.

The White Sox ripped up their qualifying offer for Jose Abreu and instead reached a 3-year contract with their All-Star first baseman. Why did they do it and what does it mean? (1:30) What can the White Sox expect offensively from Abreu during the contract? (5:50) Tweets from White Sox fans (13:00), does this affect Andrew Vaughn? (17:50), the Zack Wheeler rumors (24:00) and more.

The White Sox got the Hot Stove off to a scorching start with the surprise signing of switch hitting catcher Yasmani Grandal. How big of a deal is this? (1:30) Could the Grandal signing help sign other free agents? (8:20) Rick Hahn speaks about the signing (13:00) Grandal talks about why he signed with the White Sox (16:00) What does this mean for James McCann? (17:50) Flu-ridden Ryan McGuffey calls in from his sick bed to share his thoughts on Grandal (25:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with MLB Network and ESPN broadcaster Matt Vasgersian who explains why Hawk Harrelson should win this year's Ford Frick Award. Matt gives his all-time favorite Hawkism (2:00), his desire to plead his case to the voting committee (4:50), why Hawk's homerism should be celebrated and honored (8:00), why we won't see another Hawk Harrelson ever again (9:45), how Matt used to blurt out Hawkisms on late nights at Wiener Circle (13:00), plus why the White Sox could take a big step forward with offseason moves this winter (16:30) and more.

In the latest edition of Distant Replay, we go back to August 4, 1993, when Robin Ventura famously charged the mound against future Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan, reliving the game and digging up stories you've never heard. Why the fight started years before because of Craig Grebeck (3:50), "You Gotta Be Bleeping Me!" Everything we learned rewatching the broadcast (15:00), Ryan hits Ventura with a pitch and chaos ensues (25:25), Nolan Ryan doesn't get ejected??!!! Gene Lamont goes crazy and gets tossed from the game (33:55), Chuck calls up Gene Lamont. Yes, he calls Gene Lamont (42:20), a future White Sox legend was at the game and met Ventura before the game (51:20) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Vinnie Duber who is covering the G.M. Meetings in Arizona where Rick Hahn spoke with the media for the first time in the offseason. Why Vinnie's big takeaway is "don't take anything off the table" this offseason for the White Sox (1:45), Hahn talks about signing premium free agents and the Machado experience (6:00), weighing defense vs. hitting for who they get to play right field (9:10), would they move Yoan Moncada from third base if they signed a certain free agent?(11:45), where are things with Jose Abreu (21:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey talk about the rumors connecting the White Sox to premium free agents like Anthony Rendon and Stephen Strasburg (1:30). Then they call up USA Today's Bob Nightengale at the GM Meetings in Arizona who confirms that's what he's hearing (8:20). How realistic is this? (10:10) Does the front office feel the need to make a big splash? (11:20) Is there a Scott Boras factor with the White Sox? (13:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Yolmer Sanchez about winning a Gold Glove at second base (2:20), his fit with the White Sox in 2020 (7:00), his offense in 2019 (9:45). the trophy he wants to win more than a Gold Glove (12:00), White Sox not getting Manny Machado (15:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien, Vinnie Duber and Chris Kamka discuss the decision by J.D. Martinez not to opt out of his contract with the Red Sox (2:45) What about the White Sox possibly trading for Martinez? (6:00) What other options for DH next season?(17:30) How was Eloy Jimenez not a finalist for AL Rookie of the Year?? (31:40) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Marian Scheffler about her life as a die-hard White Sox fan. She tells stories about coming into contact with Babe Ruth (3:00), watching a game on the field at Comiskey Park in 1933 (6:10), why Luke Appling was her favorite White Sox player growing up (10:15), living in Chicago during the Great Depression (15:20), the awe of seeing television for the first time in the 1940's (16:20), watching Eddie Gaedel at the plate (23:30), why she missed the 2005 World Series (25:40), her thoughts on the rebuild (28:00), why she's upset about the White Sox media coverage in Chicago (29:30) and more.

With Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole set to possibly break records for a pitcher in free agency, is he worth the risk for the White Sox? Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka break it all down. Cole has picked the perfect time to become a free agent (1:30). Cole's LA factor (5:10). What kind of contract will Cole get and can the White Sox make room for him? (6:30) Why elite pitchers have proven to be worth the risk of a long-term contract (14:00). Should the White Sox next big bet be on Cole? (27:00)

Almost three years since the White Sox embarked on their rebuild, the crew gets together to grade the three big trades that started it all. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber break down the Chris Sale trade (1:30), the Adam Eaton trade (8:10) and then David Kaplan joins them to grade the Jose Quintana trade to the Cubs (17:15). Here's a hint. He hates the Quintana trade more than anyone you know.

Who will the White Sox sign this winter? What players will they acquire? Chuck Garfien, Vinnie Duber, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka give their predictions. We all hope Kamka's predictions come true (7:10). Vinnie has a World Series MVP on his mind (18:00). Chuck gives his predictions and Guff isn't happy about them (33:00). They all include their one bold prediction and more.

In a new series on the podcast, the whole crew gets together to re-watch and re-live one of our all-time favorite White Sox games. We begin with Game 2 of the 2005 ALCS when A.J. Pierzynski famously reached base on the dropped third strike in the 9th inning, opening the door for a pivotal White Sox victory over the Angels (1:50). You'll hear things we learned watching the broadcast again (10:30), if Twitter existed... (17:20), the White Sox player we miss the most (21:00), all the random stuff that happened in the game and on the broadcast (24:30), the Pierzynski dropped third strike (32:30), Chuck's post-game report unearthed for the pod (38:15), how Hawk Harrelson would have called the game (40:40) and much more.

Chuck Garfien and Chris Kamka speak with Black Sox historian Jacob Pomrenke about the biggest myths surrounding the infamous 1919 Black Sox who fixed the World Series (2:30). Gambling wasn't limited to the White Sox back then. Even Ty Cobb and Tris Speaker threw a game? (10:30) The role of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson in the fix (19:20) Could Jackson ever get into the Hall of Fame? (27:00) Could a World Series be fixed in today's game? (33:00) and more.

The White Sox need a left-handed power bat. We go searching for one from here to Japan! The discussion includes Yasmani Grandal, Corey Dickerson, Joc Pederson,, Nick Markakis, Mike Moustakas, Charlie Blackmon, Kyle Schwarber and more (2:00). Then, Chuck makes a call to Tokyo to speak with Jim Allen of the Kyodo News about lefty slugger Yoshitomo Tsutsugo who was posted this week and is available to sign with a major league team this winter (29:00).

John Tomase of NBC Sports Boston joins the podcast to talk about J.D. Martinez who he believes will opt out of his contract with the Red Sox and explains why he thinks the White Sox are a great fit (6:30). His agent is Scott Boras. Will that be a factor? (13:30) Why Red Sox fans are extremely concerned about Chris Sale's health going forward (15:30). In the end, where will Martinez play next season? (17:20) and more.

The first big changes of the White Sox offseason have arrived. Hitting coaches Todd Steverson and Greg Sparks won't be back. Chuck Garfien and Chris Kamka discuss the Steverson decision and the one offensive category that continues to hold the White Sox back (03:10), the craziest offensive stat that happened with the White Sox in 2019 involving Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada (14:40), why Frank Menechino might be a top candidate to replace Steverson (19:40), other possible candidates (22:10) and much more.

Back in March, we made our predictions for the 2019 White Sox season. Which ones were the best? Which were the worst? Plus, the predictions we didn't make. If only we did. (2:30). Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber and Chris Kamka go back in time to see how they did trying to predict the future. Everything from final stats for Eloy Jimenez (6:30), what pitcher would lead the White Sox in wins (8:00), walks and strikeouts for Yoan Moncada (15:10), strikeouts for Nick Madrigal (29:00) the one bold prediction for 2019 (32:20), White Sox total wins (35:00) and more.

The White Sox close out the season in style with Tim Anderson winning the AL batting title and Jose Abreu winning the AL RBI title. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber wrap it all up talking about Anderson's stunning breakthrough season and how he won the title (3:20), Rick Renteria saying what White Sox fans want to hear (6:45), why Terry Francona said "Man, uncle!" about Eloy Jimenez (12:00), Jose Abreu talks about coming back next season (13:35), how Fangraphs was way off in their projections for the White Sox core players in 2019 (16:30), why Yolmer Sanchez should win a Gold Glove and more (22:00) and more.

What did we learn from Rick Hahn's final press conference of the season? Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break it all down. Hahn saying the White Sox are entering the next phase of the rebuild (3:00). What positions the White Sox are looking to add in the offseason (4:30). The Red Sox need to shed salary this winter? Hello, J.D. Martinez. (12:30) Will there be coaching changes? (15:20) Is there a 100 percent chance that Jose Abreu re-signs? (16:50) and more.

With the 2019 season winding down, Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber discuss many topics about the rebuild. Among them: is this the end of it? (1:30) Have injuries and performance in the minor leagues slowed down the progress of the rebuild? (3:30) Will the White Sox have enough depth in the minors to support the major league team next season? (8:15) Is a big offseason coming for the White Sox? (13:30) They also make predictions for the final week of the season (21:30)

José Abreu is having a special kind of season, and it's rubbing off on the White Sox young core of hitters. Chuck Garfien and Chris Kamka break it all down from Detroit. They talk about Abreu's work ethic and where it comes from (2:10), if his words from late August helped lead to this hot September for Tim Anderson, Yoan Moncada and Eloy Jimenez (8:15), Abreu's quest to be the first White Sox player to ever lead the majors in RBIs (12:30), Anderson's push for the AL batting title (15:30), is anyone hotter at the plate right now than Moncada? (18:20), Jimenez taking his game to a whole other level (22:00), and why we can't stop talking about the 1899 Cleveland Spiders, the worst MLB team in history (22:30).

There have been some exciting and promising developments with the White Sox in 2019, but can they start contending in 2020? Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber discuss what needs to happen for that to become a reality (1:30). James McCann says, "Next year is the year to watch out for the White Sox" (7:20). Ryan predicts the big bat the White Sox will sign in the offseason (11:20). Can we get more walks and less strikeouts, please? (13:30) and more.

A lot has happened with the White Sox this season. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber cover it all. They discuss the great (3:00), the good (14:40), the bad (20:10) and the ugly (26:20). They also rate the moves the White Sox made last offseason (32:30)

Chuck Garfien sits down with Andrew Vaughn to learn about the White Sox first baseman of the future. Vaughn talks about what he has in common with Nick Madrigal (2:30), why he only hit one home run in high school (04:15), how he can read the seams of a baseball (06:20), his hitting approach and why he doesn't believe in launch angle (07:40), his love of fishing (10:00), why he's such a big competitor and hates to lose (13:10), why White Sox fans need to know about White Sox pitching prospect Jonathan Stiever (14:35)

Chuck Garfien speaks with Charlotte Knights hitting coach Frank Menechino about Luis Robert and Nick Madrigal. He explains what Robert is trying to learn as a hitter (4:54), what kind of hitting student he is (8:27), the one thing that really impressed him about Robert and why he could be a monster in the majors (9:21), how he challenged him (10:23) and why he agrees with the decision to not call him up to the majors in 2019 (12:00). Menechino then talks about where Madrigal is as a hitter (13:00), why statistics don't tell the whole story in the minors (15:40) and more.

In one of the biggest surprises of the season, Tim Anderson could become the AL batting champion. Think about that. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber talk about how Anderson has been able to dominate at the plate this season (1:30). Then, Chuck speaks with Anderson about his breakout season, why he wants to win the batting title, his latest batflip and more (5:45). Plus, Chuck explains why Anderson will be the batting champ when all is said and done (10:30).

With the minor league season completed, Chuck Garfien sits down with White Sox Director of Player Development Chris Getz to talk about a whole bunch of White Sox prospects. They discuss Luis Robert's season and the decision behind not calling him up to the majors (2:15), can Nick Madrigal's lack of strikeouts translate to the majors (10:10), and what kind of player is Yermin Mercedes? (12:15) Getz also talks about Jonathan Stiever, Andrew Vaughn, Micker Adolfo, Gavin Sheets, Luis Basabe and many more (17:30).

Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber discuss the decision not to bring Luis Robert to the majors in 2019 (1:30). They also talk about Nick Madrigal (13:00), Yermin Mercedes and Zack Collins (16:00), Danny Mendick (22:30), Daniel Palka (24:50) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Roger Bennett, co-host of the popular soccer show "Men in Blazers" about his love for the White Sox. Despite growing up in Great Britain, Bennett is a die-hard fan. He talks about going to his very White Sox game in 1986 (6:30), how he met the Chicago Bears at O'Hare Airport during his first visit to Chicago (10:00), why Joey Cora is his all-time favorite player (13:25), why he's optimistic about the White Sox and their young core (20:10), why he was "crapping in my pants" thinking about throwing out the ceremonial first pitch (21:50) and more.

Ivan Nova has been much more to the White Sox than a pitcher taking the ball every fifth day. Nova speaks with Chuck Garfien about what C.C. Sabathia taught him about pitching and how he’s passing it along to pitchers like Reynaldo Lopez and Lucas Giolito (07:40). How he grew up sleeping on one bed with his 4 brothers in the Dominican Republic (10:45). Why Juan Uribe played a big role in him wanting to play for the White Sox (20:00). Why it was difficult to lead when he was struggling earlier this season (21:35). The time he got mad this year at Reynaldo Lopez (25:00). Why it was important to learn English (28:35). Why he wants to stay with the White Sox past this season (32:14). Why he believes the White Sox will be a playoff contender soon (32:50) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber take a look at the young guns in the White Sox starting rotation (Giolito, Lopez and Cease) who are coming off their best week together as a trio and why they are excited about the future (1:00). Ivan Nova has a lower ERA than some of the best pitchers in baseball. Seriously. (5:20). The competition going on behind the scenes with the starting rotation (6:40). What will the rotation look like in 2020? (13:00) and more.

Fresh off his complete game shutout against the Twins, Lucas Giolito goes in-depth with Chuck Garfien about his impressive victory and all that went on behind the scenes. What it was like striking out White Sox killer Nelson Cruz to end the game (7:30), how he beat a Twins team that's trying to hit a home run almost every time they come to the plate (10:00), what it will mean to get 200 strikeouts this season (11:10), what's different about the baseball (14:40), how he's helped Evan Marshall get in touch with actor Jason Segel (16:10), making it a priority to beat the Twins to win a series against them (17:40), what he's doing mentally before each game that's different this year (18:30) and more.

The crew discusses when Luis Robert could get called up and talk about Renteria's response to those questioning his lineup choices.

Bill Walton called the White Sox/Angels game with Jason Benetti, and for one night baseball broadcasting was turned upside down. Chuck Garfien and Ozzie Guillen talk about what Walton brought to the broadcast (1:20). Ozzie speaks with Walton on the pregame show (8:40). Ozzie explains why he respects Walton and relates to him (16:20). They play the best Walton clips of the night and much more (25:00).

With the Houston Astros in town, Chuck Garfien caught up with 2005 World Series hero Geoff Blum. They talk about Blum's game-winning home run in the 14th inning of Game 3 (5:10), what he saw from the TV booth as the Astros went from a rebuild to a World Series title (9:30) and what he thinks about the White Sox rebuild (11:40).

Here on the podcast, it's a candid conversation between Chuck and Coop about a tweet Chuck made about the struggles of Reynaldo Lopez back in June that Coop didn't like and what Lopez has done to turn his season around (6:40). They discuss the breakthrough season of Lucas Giolito (13:00), what he's seen so far from Dylan Cease (17:40) and the surprising emergence of reliever Jimmy Cordero (21:40). Then, Chuck talks about the situation that erupted on Twitter last week with angry White Sox fans (23:00)

On Harold Baines Day at the ballpark, Chuck Garfien speaks with Ozzie Guillen, Tony La Russa and Greg Walker about the newly inducted Hall of Famer. Guillen talks about what made Baines such a special player and person (6:00) and why he cried when he went to Cooperstown for Baines (9:10), La Russa explains why Baines was a Hall of Fame player (12:50) Walker talks about Harold's consistency, his Hall of Fame credentials and what made him a great DH (15:00).

GM Rick Hahn joined the White Sox Talk Podcast crew at Reggie's Bar for an extensive interview and Q&A with White Sox fans. Among the many topics: what kind of step the White Sox have made in 2019 (3:30), what he learned about not getting Manny Machado (7:00), why they weren't more aggressive at the trade deadline (17:20), how about calling up Luis Robert in 2019 (19:40), how social media has impacted his job and doing business (26:00), the White Sox playing in the Field of Dreams game (37:00), why Zack Collins is in the minors (39:50), is Rick Renteria the long term answer as manager? (50:40), bringing back sleeveless jerseys, Jerry Reinsdorf seems to be in favor of it (59:00), Nick Hostetler's new role with the team (1:02:50), will the White Sox sign a free agent pitcher to a long term deal? (1:17:50) we give away an Al Alburquerque jersey (1:22:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with Winston-Salem pitcher Jonathan Stiever who has quickly jumped into the White Sox top 10 prospect list. Stiever explains why he likes to pitch at a quick pace (11:00), why he's become a better pitcher since being promoted to Winston-Salem (15:50), why his teammates call him "Verlander" (19:45), his favorite NFL team--ouch (24:00), his love for the band AC/DC (26:30) his thoughts about teammates Andrew Vaughn and Steele Walker (28:00) and more.

The trade deadline came and went. The only move was a minor deal trading Nate Jones to Texas. What happened? Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break it down (1:30), Rick Hahn explains why they didn't make any larger trades (10:00), then Chuck and Vinnie discuss Yoan Moncada's injury, the promotions of Nick Madrigal and Andrew Vaughn, and the hiring of Danny Farquhar as a minor league pitching instructor (13:10).

Chuck Garfien speaks with Mets star Pete Alonso about why he's such a fan of White Sox legend Paul Konerko (6:00), why he thinks he belongs in Cooperstown (10:30), why Konerko was "a hell of a first baseman" (11:40), what it's like playing on the same dirt as he did for the first time (13:00), how clutch Konerko was in the 2005 playoffs (13:50), what he will say to Konerko when they meet (16:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien goes inside the Twins clubhouse to speak with outfielder Max Kepler and catcher Jason Castro about the White Sox. Castro talks about what it takes to go from rebuilding to winning (04:30), how close he thinks the White Sox are from competing for the division (7:00) and his thoughts on Lucas Giolito and Dylan Cease (8:00). Kelper talks about what Nelson Cruz has meant to the Twins (11:30), how the young White Sox nucleus reminds him of the Twins young core (13:10), his success against the White Sox this year and more.

Will they buy? Will they sell? Will they do nothing? Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber discuss what moves the White Sox might make before the July 31st trade deadline. What the White Sox should ask for in return for Alex Colome (4:20), the team that might call about Jon Jay (8:30), the percentage that Jose Abreu gets traded (09:50), do the White Sox consider trading for Charlie Blackmon? (15:20) What about Mitch Haniger? (17:00) Zack Greinke? (18:45) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with White Sox catcher James McCann about many topics: would he sign a contract extension past 2020 with the White Sox? (4:00) why he wants to be a manager after his playing career is over (7:00), why he believes the future is bright with the White Sox (10:30), what the key is for Lucas Giolito in the second half (12:00), why he's impressed with Dylan Cease (13:10) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Steve Stone take a look back at Mark Buehrle's perfect game. How did Buehrle do it? How did Dewayne Wise make that catch? Plus, Buehrle and A.J. Pierzynski talk about how Buehrle actually told Pierzynski before taking the field that day that he would throw a perfect game (10:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien sits down with new Hall of Famer Harold Baines. First, Chuck, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka share their memories of watching Baines play with the White Sox (1:40). Then, Baines explains why he's always been so soft-spoken (8:45), how he was able to play 22 seasons in the majors (13:00), why he's never spoken to GM Larry Himes for trading him to Texas (15:30), the apology he received from President George W. Bush (16:30), what he thinks about the critics who don't think he should be in the Hall of Fame (18:25), a replay of Baines emotional interview with Chuck about his dad (20:50) and more.

With Harold Baines being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Chuck Garfien sits down with White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and Baines former teammate Ron Kittle who explain why Baines is a worthy Hall of Famer.  But first, Chuck speaks with Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka about the controversy surrounding his induction (1:30) and what made Baines such a special player and deserving of Cooperstown (5:00). Then, Kittle talks about why he'd "take a bullet" for Baines (13:00), his message to critics who believe Baines shouldn't be in the Hall (17:20) and more. Reinsdorf explains why the committee he was apart of voted Baines into the Hall of Fame (22:00), how tough it was to trade Baines to Texas for Sammy Sosa (24:30), the story behind retiring Baines number a month after trading him (26:10) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with new White Sox slugger A.J. Reed. Could he be the left power DH the White Sox have been searching for? (1:20) Reed talks about why he feels relieved and reborn getting this opportunity with the White Sox (8:05), what's prevented him from being the major league player he wants to be (9:15), why the Astros gave up on him (14:00) and more.

On the 25th anniversary of Michael Jordan's quest to play baseball for the White Sox, Chuck Garfien takes a look back at this incredible journey with stories from those were there. Bill Melton talks about secretly teaching Jordan how to hit before the news broke that he was going to play baseball (4:18), Ozzie Guillen tells the story about playing a game of 2-on-1 basketball with Joey Cora against Jordan at a local gym (8:32), Frank Thomas discusses the MJ mayhem at spring training and if Jordan could have made it to the majors (12:18), Darren Jackson talks about playing outfield with Jordan and their exhibition game against the Cubs at Wrigley Field (13:10), Birmingham Barons broadcaster Curt Bloom on what it was like calling Jordan's games, the bus Jordan bought for the team, the day Jordan actually drove the bus, hitting a home run for his dad and more (24:00).

After the White Sox beat the Cubs 3-1 to close out the first half of the season, Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber look back at what's happened and look ahead to the second half. Eloy Jimenez hit another homer against the Cubs and Chuck didn't drive him to the park this time (2:00) Jimenez says that Abreu has been like a father to him (5:30), Yoan Moncada's impressive first half (7:40), White Sox players believe they can compete for the wildcard (9:00), the player who might be the X-factor for the second half (14:00) and more.

With Rick Hahn announcing that Luis Robert will be promoted to Triple-A after playing in the MLB Future's game next week, excitement continues to build with the White Sox and their future. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber discuss the Robert promotion and if service time will possibly delay his arrival to the big leagues (1:10), Hahn talks about Robert's season and the decision to promote him (7:00), will Robert bat leadoff in the majors? (11:10) Eloy Jimenez raves about Robert in an interview with Chuck (13:30), what will the White Sox outfield look like next season? (15:20) and more.

After winning his major league debut, Dylan Cease sat down with Chuck Garfien to talk about his first game (4:10), what Eloy Jimenez told him in the dugout to settle him down after his rough first inning (5:15), the advice he received from Michael Kopech (8:30), what he learned from his first game (9:10), the beer shower his teammates gave him to celebrate his win (10:20) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber talk about Dylan Cease's White Sox debut. Why this game was so exciting for now and the future (1:20), the advice James McCann gave to Cease before his start (3:30), fitting that Jimenez poured Gatorade on Cease after the game (6:10), Cease talks about his debut with the media (8:20) and more.

WIth the Detroit Tigers in town, Chuck Garfien went into the Tigers clubhouse to see how much they miss former Tiger James McCann. The answer is a whole lot. Manager Ron Gardenhire talks about what McCann meant to the team both on the field and off of it, and what he's seen from McCann offensively this season (3:30). Then, pitcher Jordan Zimmerman discusses McCann's work ethic, how much he helped Tigers pitchers and more (6:00).

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break down the latest round of injury news about Tim Anderson, Jimmy Lambert, Zack Burdi, Jake Burger, Ryan Burr and Ian Hamilton, Hahn's update on Dylan Cease's timeline to the majors, Yonder Alonso being designated for assignment, and where Hahn sees the rebuild right now.

It was a game that had just about everything: five runs off Chris Sale, Jon Jay scoring from second on an infield single, a game-winning home run by Jose Abreu in the 9th, and so many other crazy things in between--Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Chris Kamka and Vinnie Duber break it all down. Abreu's heroics and how Scott Podsednik predicted it (2:00), the wizardry of these White Sox and their record (6:10), Yoan Moncada takes himself out of the game after getting hit on the knee by a Chris Sale pitch (10:30), Jon Jay's heads-up dash for home (15:10), Tim Anderson's ankle injury (21:20), what roster changes are coming (24:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien gets the inside info about some of the top prospects in the White Sox organization from Director of Player Development Chris Getz. They talk about the wow factor of Luis Robert, what he's working on before being promoted to Triple-A, if he can make the majors in 2019, what kind of major league player he will be and more (3:45), why Nick Madrigal has the "it" factor and why he might have been disappointed with Getz at the start of the season (10:10), why Zack Burdi has struggled this season and a great sign of things to come (16:30), why Kyle Kubat is so highly thought of in the White Sox farm system ( (18:20), how close Dylan Cease is to the major leagues (20:15) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with White Sox reliever Aaron Bummer about his comeback season and what's changed inside the White Sox clubhouse that has the team believing they can win in 2019 and beyond. Bummer talks about what led him to become the pitcher he is this season (6:00), how his career has resembled Lucas Giolito (7:40), the White Sox new mindset this season (10:30), and why he believes their best baseball is yet to come (12:20).

For his first regular season game ever against the Cubs, Eloy Jimenez got a ride from Chuck Garfien which started at Guaranteed Rate Field, stopped at Wrigley Field and ended with Jimenez hitting the game-winning home run in the 9th. First, Vinnie Duber joins Chuck to discuss how Jimenez homered despite breaking his bat (2:00). On the ride, Jimenez' talks about playing at Wrigley (8:20), what Cubs fans say to him now that he's on the White Sox (10:00), how he persuaded Rick Renteria to let him pinch-hit against the Cubs in a spring training game in 2018, and homered (11:30), what his mother thinks of him saying "Hi Mom" (14:30), Jimenez sings hip-hop (17:40), why a home run against the Cubs would mean so much (24:50), his reaction when the Cubs traded him to the White Sox (27:20) and more.

Eloy Jimenez has arrived. His rookie season has become special with big games and big moments, the latest being his 2-homer, 6 RBI game against the Yankees. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber discuss the magic of Eloy (1:30). Chuck interviews Jimenez after the game (6:20), Lucas Giolito is the first 10-game winner in baseball. Let that sink in (8:00). Die-hard White Sox fan Frank Kaminsky rips Cubs fans (13:00) and more.

After hitting his first 8 home runs on the road, Eloy Jimenez broke through in a big way, hitting his first home run at home, a mammoth blast the traveled an estimated 462 feet, but let's be honest, it sure looked like it went further than that. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break down Jimenez' special night (1:30), hear Chuck's interview with Jimenez after the game (4:00), how the boy in Jimenez really came through (6:20), he also had his most complete game of the season both offensively and defensively (8:00) and more.

With the Washington Nationals in town, Chuck Garfien speaks with Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg about the amazing turnaround for Lucas Giolito. Strasburg talks about Giolito's improvement, what it's like trying to meet expectations as a highly touted prospect and why he thinks Giolito can dominate for 10-15 years (3:15). Scherzer explains what he's noticed is different about Giolito this year, why it was tough for Giolito to come up as a 21-year-old and why he can relate to what Giolito went through last season (8:25).

White Sox reliever Evan Marshall tells Chuck Garfien about getting hit in the head by a line drive while pitching for Triple-A Reno in 2015 and the following few days during which his life hung in the balance. Marshall recounts his MLB debut with the Diamondbacks and early career struggles (1:11), the day he got hit in the head (5:23), the aftermath and the role his family, and particularly his dog Butters, played while he fought for his life (9:09), how he’s dealt with surviving a near-death experience both psychologically and on the mound (15:58). Marshall also talks his recent success with the White Sox (22:10) and being part of the first pitch fiasco that quickly went viral (23:00).

Soon after the MLB draft was completed, Chuck Garfien dialed up Amateur Scouting Director Nick Hostetler in his car while he was driving home to Kentucky to talk about the White Sox draft. Hostetler explains why this was a very different draft for the White Sox compared to past years (2:30), the meeting they had with Andrew Vaughn last month that left a big impression (5:40), stories about how far Vaughn hit the baseball at Cal (9:20), and he can pick up a seam on a baseball as it comes out of the pitcher's hand (13:45). Hostetler talks about Nick Madrigal being promoted to Double-A (19:10), why they're so high on 2nd round pick Matt Thompson (23:00), the exceptional speed of 4th round pick James Beard (25:30) and more.

Who is White Sox first round pick Andrew Vaughn? Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with Mike Neu, Vaughn's head coach at Cal. Neu explains why he's the best college hitter he's ever coached (01:30), the feat of winning the Golden Spikes Award as a sophomore (5:00), why he was given the nickname "Old School" (7:00), how Vaughn fits with the White Sox (10:05), stories of how far Vaughn hit baseballs at Cal (18:30) and more. Then, Chuck and Ryan are joined by Chris Kamka and Vinnie Duber to break down the selection of Vaughn. What can he do for the offense in the future? When might he reach the majors? Are there too many first basemen types in the organization and more (20:00).

After the White Sox completed a 6-1 homestand against the Royals and Indians, Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break it all down. The sensation that is Lucas Giolito, who is pitching like an ace (3:30) Chuck speaks with Giolito on the field after the game (5:30) Why Giolito should win the A-L Pitcher of the Month in May (7:40) What James McCann has meant to the team (10:05), McCann talks about Giolito and the pregame dance he did in the dugout (12:55), how conflicting it was for Zach Plesac to pitch against the White Sox, his favorite team growing up (18:00) and more.

With the MLB draft starting on June 3rd, who will the White Sox take with the third overall pick? Chuck Garfien speaks with draft guru Jim Callis of MLB.com. Will it come down to 1B Andrew Vaughn and SS C.J. Abrams? (3:00) Is there a chance that the Orioles don't take Adley Rutschman first and he slides to the White Sox? (6:10) Who would Callis take if he was in the White Sox draft room? (9:00) Don't compare Vaughn to Seth Beer (10:00). Plus, how good is Luis Robert and will he reach the majors this season? (15:10) What kind of player will Nick Madrigal become? (17:30) and more.

Carlos Rodon speaks with Chuck Garfien in a raw and candid interview about his injury struggles, how he pitched through pain in 2019, being on the receiving end of fan criticism and more. Rodon talks about what it's like facing scrutiny from fans when they don't know the whole story (4:00), how and why he pitched through pain starting in spring training (9:00), what happened in his last game that led to him needing Tommy John surgery (11:39), how fan criticism affects him and other players (16:16), why he's out to prove doubters wrong (17:47) and more.

After Lucas Giolito's latest gem, this time against the Kansas City Royals, Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber speak about how Giolito keeps raising the bar and how he is a completely different pitcher in 2019 (1:10). Chuck speaks with Giolito on the field after his 8-inning, 10 strikeout victory (8:30). Will Giolito win the American League Pitcher of the Month for May? (10:15) What does the emergence of Giolito mean for the rebuild? (11:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with White Sox scouting director Nick Hosteler inside the team's draft room at Guaranteed Rate Field.  How accurate are the mock drafts? (2:45) Can Andrew Vaughn meeting the lofty expectations? (6:40) Bobby Witt Jr's unique background (8:30), why this draft could bring a face of the franchise type player the top (11:15), and what it's like in the war room on draft day (12:30). Do they have a consensus pick yet? (13:45) Do they need to stock up on pitching? (17:35) Is Nick Madrigal meeting expectations in Class-A? (26:40) Hostetler's sleeper pick from last season that White Sox fans should watch (30:00) and more.

Adam Eaton and Todd Frazier might not be with the White Sox anymore, but their feud in 2016 helped pave the way for the White Sox rebuild and why the franchise is where it is today. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka go over the events of that crazy, fateful 2016 season that caused the White Sox to eventually trade Chris Sale, Jose Quintana, Eaton, Frazier and many others (1:10). It started with the Adam and Drake LaRoche saga during spring training (2:40) and the dysfunction that occurred after that (07:00).  How and why things unraveled after their 23-10 start and the fight in the clubhouse between Eaton and Frazier (13:00). The problems continued with Chris Sale cutting up the throwback jerseys and remains alive today with the latest fighting words on the field and in the press between Eaton and Frazier (17:20). Buckle up for this one.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber talk about James McCann's breakout season with the White Sox (1:15). Then Chuck speaks with McCann about all the preparation he does for every game (9:20), why he'll never use a cheat sheet scouting report behind the plate like many catchers do (11:30), what McCann has been badgering Lucas Giolito about since spring training (14:30), why Evan Marshall and Aaron Bummer have been so successful out of the bullpen (16:30), why McCann acts as a karaoke host on the team bus (17:40) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with new Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Edwin Jackson who is now playing for his 14th major league team. How has he done it? (3:30) Why being traded to the White Sox in 2010 helped turn his career around. (4:30). What he's going to do with all of different jerseys when he retires (6:00). How he has persevered on his crazy ride (7:45). Is there one team he still wants to play for? (9:05) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Lucas Giolito about how much he wanted to fix himself this offseason and the work it took to make it happen (2:00), the advice he received from Hall of Famer Frank Thomas that he is using in games (7:10), what he's done to drastically reduce stolen bases against him (13:00), what he's learned from the mistakes he made last season (14:50), what James McCann has meant to him and the team (16:30), how much he is "sick of losing" (19:50) and more.

Frank talks about swinging Babe Ruth's bat at the Hall of Fame (2:50), Bill tells the story about going to Frank Sinatra's birthday party (4:40) and Frank explains what it was like meeting Muhammad Ali, Hank Aaron and Michael Jackson (09:30). Then, what has to happen for the 2019 White Sox season to be a success? (11:10) Are the 2020 White Sox anything like the 2000 "Kids Can Play" White Sox? (13:00), Frank is still upset about not winning the 2000 MVP (16:00), hear the interview Brent Musburger did with Melton after he won the 1971 home run title (19:10), Plus, what's going on with the baseball? Is it the reason for so many home runs? (23:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with White Sox prospect Nick Madrigal about how much he works on his defense (6:10), why baseball isn't boring (10:00), does Nick think he could play in the big leagues right now? (11:15) Why he loves the game (13:30), why Luis Robert "was on a whole other level" with the Winston-Salem Dash (15:10), his thoughts on under-the-radar lefty starter Kyle Kubat (18:20), why Madrigal doesn't think about his stats or when he'll be promoted (20:35) what he thinks about Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman and if the White Sox should draft him with the third overall pick (24:05) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey are joined by White Sox pitchers Michael Kopech and Dane Dunning as the pair discuss an array of topics from Tommy John recovery, how impressed they are with Dylan Cease, why so many players need Tommy John in today's game and why Kopech sweats so much. Kopech & Dunning discuss how they're doing in their respective Tommy John rehabs (2:30) The mental hurdles that are needed in the Tommy John process (6:30) How they spend their 'down' time (8:30) Their opinions on why so many players are needing Tommy John in today's game (10:30) Why they're so impressed with Dylan Cease (15:00) The 'new' Tim Anderson and their opinions on all of his newfound notoriety (19:30) Why does Michael Kopech sweat so much? (24:45) The fears and/or anxieties of Tommy John rehab (28:30) The one player on the White Sox or in the system that has stood out early in 2019 (31:45) How taking one day at a time is the best medicine going forward (35:30)

Carlos Rodon has left elbow inflammation. Rick Hahn says that everything is on the table. This could be bad. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber talk about the impact of the injury and White Sox do now (1:15). Does this have any affect on bringing up Dylan Cease? (6:50) What about pitchers outside the organization? (8:30) Does it push back the window to start winning in 2020? (10:15) At least there's good news about Luis Robert and Eloy Jimenez (15:30).

Chuck Garfien speaks with Tim Anderson about his comments comparing himself to Jackie Robinson, the adjustments he's making at the plate, if he'll follow through with the invitation by MLB Network's Mark DeRosa to visit his house to see if it's fun there, and more (2:30). Then Chuck speaks with White Sox reliever Evan Marshall who was recently called up from Triple-A. He says that Cease is "the calmest pitcher I've ever seen on the mound" and why he doesn't think Cease will be in Triple-A for long. (6:25)

On this edition, Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey are joined by White Sox legend Ozzie Guillen. The guys discuss what they've learned one month into the season. Are Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada superstars in the making? Why Ozzie believes the team should be better than their current record and what to make of Eloy Jimenez as an outfielder after a high right ankle sprain puts him on the IL. Ozzie believes bat flips are fine....but only if timing is right....otherwise, look out. (15:00) Plus, as the calendar turns to May, what can we expect from the White Sox? Can the team be more consistent and is Reynaldo Lopez the key to the rotation after a 14 strikeout performance against the Tigers?

After the White Sox came back from an 8-1 deficit to beat the Tigers, Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber had a whole lot to say about Tim Anderson's walkoff and batflip (1:15). Anderson talks about his incredible night (5:00). Jose Abreu had one home run, but had his second taken away from him. What happened? (9:00) Eloy Jimenez sprained his ankle crashing into the left field wall. Jimenez talks about his injury (12:00) and more.

It's still April, but we all agree: the White Sox are underperforming as a team. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber and Chris Kamka break down the reasons why (1:30). What's going on with Ivan Nova and Ervin Santana? (5:20) Could Dylan Cease be the answer sooner rather than later? (10:55) Why the White Sox should be .500 (17:15). What's going on with Jon Jay and how his signing is backfiring so far (19:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey speak with Charlotte Knights catcher Zack Collins about his hot start to the season at the plate (5:30), how James McCann helped him with his catching during spring training (7:20), how he's changed his approach at the plate this season (13:10), what he orders at Chick-fil-A (15:40), why he's not thinking or worrying about getting called up to the majors (17:50), an incredible story about Dylan Cease (20:30), his thoughts on Tim Anderson's bat flip (28:20) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Hawk Harrelson about Tim Anderson's bat flip and Joe West kicking Anderson out of the game.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber react to a crazy day at the ballpark. They begin with the Royals throwing at Tim Anderson after he homered and celebrated with a bat flip. Why don't the Royals like fun and why this whole thing started with Anderson and catcher Salvador Perez last season? (1:45) Anderson reacts to what happened (6:50), so does Rick Renteria who was ejected (8:40). What does umpire Joe West have against the White Sox?(10:20). How this whole day started with Anderson finding last year's home run chain (13:00). Chuck and Vinnie also talk about Daniel Palka getting sent down, Lucas Giolito's hamstring injury, Yoan Moncada getting hit in the helmet (he's okay) and more.

Royals outfielder Alex Gordon knows what it's like to go through a rebuild and eventually win a World Series. Chuck Garfien speaks with Gordon about his rebuild experience and what it takes to see it through (2:50), what he sees in the White Sox rebuild and why he thinks Yoan Moncada could become a superstar (6:10), how Gordon almost signed with the White Sox when he was a free agent (9:00), the pest that is Terrance Gore (10:10) and more.

With Luis Robert dominating for the WInston-Salem Dash, Chuck Garfien called up Joe Weil, play-by-play announcer for the Dash to speak about Robert's scorching start. They discuss Robert's mammoth 2-run homer on Thursday that broke a 6-6 tie in the 8th inning and why his jersey said "Roberts" (3:30), why Robert is dominating this year compared to last year (5:20), when might he be promoted and could he make it to the big leagues this season? (7:10), how Nick Madrigal is playing (16:10) and more.

Eloy Jimenez speaks with Chuck Garfien about why he wears red batting gloves (2:20) and prays before his first at-bat (4:00). Jimenez also explains what he's learning as a hitter, why he isn't trying to hit home runs (07:15), his excitement about playing in Yankee Stadium for the first time (08:37), and more.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber talk about the White Sox pitching staff which has been in a big rut over the last week. They discuss the starters, bullpen and Ervin Santana's first start (2:00). Then Chuck speaks with Tim Anderson about his new daughter and what it was like sleeping on a hospital couch for five days (7:50), how and why he's become a Seattle Mariners killer (9:30), why he's out to get revenge on opposing pitchers (11:00), the reason he doesn't care about his batting average which leads the majors (13:00) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber talk about the 1-2 punch of Yoan Moncada and Tim Anderson on the left side of the infield (1:30). The crazy stat Moncada has put together with runners on base so far this season (5:15). Catcher James McCann discusses how the Tigers pitched to Moncada last year and how he's changed at the plate this year (6:30). Anderson backing up his words during the offseason that he can be a star shortstop for the White Sox (10:20). Anderson talks about how he's a different hitter (13:40) and more.

Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey call up Lucas Giolito to talk about his impressive first start of the season, holding the Royals hitless for 6.1 innings (4:00), what he was thinking while throwing a no-hitter (8:40), why this was the best game he's pitched with the White Sox (11:30), the amazing story of touching Satchel Paige's statue the day before at the Negro League Museum (17:10), the tough loss to the Indians on Monday and the team meeting that followed (21:40) and more.

It's early. Very early. But we've got some thoughts about the White Sox season so far. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber share what they like and what they don't like. They discuss Yoan Moncada (3:10), Yonder Alonso (7:45), the meltdown against the Indians on Monday (9:50), Ivan Nova and Lucas Giolito (15:30), Daniel Palka (18:10), Ryan Cordell's pinch-hit home run (24:00) and more.

Not the greatest major league debut for Eloy Jimenez who went 0-3 with 2 strikeouts. Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber break down Opening Day from Kansas City. They discuss why Jimenez struggled in his first game (1:30). Hear what Jimenez said to the media after the game (3:40). How good is Royals pitcher Brad Keller?(8:00) What did Carlos Rodon show us in his first Opening Day start? And the best part of the day---the play of Yoan Moncada at third base.

With the regular season about to begin, Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber and Chris Kamka look into the future and predict what will happen with the White Sox in 2019. Among the many predictions: Who will lead the White Sox in home runs? (3:45) What will be the season totals for Eloy Jimenez? (6:00) How many walks and strikeouts for Yoan Moncada? (16:10) Who will Yolmer Sanchez dump Gatorade on? (19:30) Who will be the best offseason addition? (25:05) What's your one bold prediction? (31:10) How many wins for the White Sox in 2019 (34:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien sits down with White Sox general manager Rick Hahn in Arizona to discuss everything from Eloy Jimenez signing a long-term contract with the White Sox to missing out on Manny Machado.

With the regular season getting closer, Chuck Garfien gets the goods from Don Cooper about many White Sox pitchers. The decision to have Carlos Rodon start on Opening Day (3:00), what Lucas Giolito needs to improve on in 2019 (6:16), what they're doing to make Ivan Nova a better pitcher this year (8:10), improving Ervin Santana's velocity and will he be the fifth starter? (11:50), what Dylan Cease needs to work on in the minors (13:20), what other pitching prospect besides Cease will take the biggest stride in 2019? (14:30) Coop also talks about Kelvin Herrera, Alex Colome, Zach Thompson, Thyago Vieira, Nate Jones and more.

It’s an EMERGENCY edition of the podcast. Ryan McGuffey, Vinnie Duber and Slavko Bekovic react to the news of a reported contract to White Sox top prospect Eloy Jimenez. Why the timing is right, the hype is real and the excitement is palpable as Jimenez prepares to make his major league debut.  The White Sox lineup looks a whole lot scarier with Jimenez in the middle. Plus, who is the odd man out with the Eloy Jimenez news and what does it mean for future White Sox prospects? And….the guys are put on the spot and make a wager on how many homers Eloy Jimenez will hit in 2019. Think big. 0:45 - Initial reaction to Eloy Jimenez contract 3:10 - Extensions for young players a new trend 5:00 - How does Eloy deal change outlook of season? 11:45 - The White Sox lineup doesn't look bad 1-thru-5 15:00 - Terms of the reported contract 16:30 - Who are the odd men out now that Eloy is in? 19:10 - The fun part of the rebuild is here 22:45 - What message does this send other prospects? 25:40 - Why did Jimenez agree to this contract? 26:30 - Official predictions on Eloy Jimenez home runs

Chuck Garfien and Chris Kamka come to you from spring training where they discuss if 2019 will be a breakout season for Moncada (1:20). Chuck spoke about Moncada with Jose Abreu (4:00), Yonder Alonso (7:20), and hitting coach Todd Steverson (11:50). Kamka provides a whole bunch of Moncada stats throughout the podcast. Chuck and Chris also discuss Carlos Rodon being named the Opening Day starter (20:30) and more.

Chuck Garfien speaks with Nancy Faust, the iconic White Sox organist from 1970-2010 who returned to play the organ for the White Sox-Cubs spring training game. She talks about what it meant to come back to play a White Sox game again (2:50), how she made "Na, Na, Hey Hey, Kiss Him Good-Bye" famous (5:20). She plays Bohemian Rhapsody (10:30), Chuck reads Nancy some of the tweets from Sox fans who miss her (12:10), she plays "Runaround Sue (13:00) and closes with a Nancy Faust Medley of some of her favorite songs (14:20)