The 2015 White Sox Would Have Lost Last Night’s Game. The 2016 White Sox Pimp Out Extra Inning Grand Slams


Fuck outta here, baseball – Todd Frazier last night, probably



90 percent of last night’s game was eerily reminiscent of 2015. Because a solid 5+ years of major suckage is still burned to White Sox fans’ memories, we collectively called “blouses” when the Rangers had 1 st and 3 rd , one out in the 10 th . It’s just not a game the Sox win in years prior. Both Robertson and Jones didn’t have their typical shut down stuff, Abreu put up a dud, there were a few bone headed defensive plays, and Ventura made some questionable managerial move himself. But guess what?


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In steps Todd Frazier. He’s got one foot in the frying pan and one in the pressure cooker. Believe me, as a baseball player, I knew that right about now, his bladder felt like an overstuffed vacuum cleaner bag and his butt was kinda like an about-to- explode bratwurst.

SEE YA!!!!

THAT’S when it was blouses. Everything about that home run was awesome, and I’m not even talking about it effectively ending the game. LOOK AT HOW MUCH FUN THIS GODDAMN TEAM IS HAVING!!!

People were saying that Frazier and Abreu no clue what each other was saying in this clip. Couldn’t be further from the truth, they both are fluent in the language of baseball. I know linguistically they can’t communicate well, but as soon as they step foot in the dugout they are like Siamese twins or something. Then we had Psycho B doing Psycho B things:

Hands off my hair bruh

Frazier, though he hasn’t hit for average, is everything this team needed to turn into contenders. He commands a presence in the dugout, plays an A+ 3B, and has been flat out clutch. Gonzales turned in a great start, all things considered, and gave the Sox a chance to win. It’s not too often this team is gonna see the defense, Jones and Robertson all off their A games on the same day. The Sox winning on one of these days shows how improved they are from years prior. They’re a machine at the moment. Yes, they can still fall off a cliff, but with this pitching staff, late inning/timely hitting/ team camaraderie, it’s going to be tough for the rest of the American League to buck them off their horse. Taking bets now that Rodon has 10+ strike outs tonight, he’s do for a breakout.


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