ROBERTS REPORT: The White Sox Are A Loser Organization

News hit Monday that legendary White Sox First Baseman Jose Abreu had signed with the Houston Astros on a 3 year $60 Million deal.

Jose Abreu has played with the White Sox since 2014, he has played through two rebuilds, he won a AL Rookie of the year in 2014, he won the 2020 MVP, was a 3 time All Star, and he has a grand total of two playoff appearances and two total playoff wins in his tenure. The man gave his all for the White Sox as an organization.

As a fan... thank you, Jose. You deserved so much better.

The Chicago White Sox failed you miserably. Tuesday I had to watch Jose Abreu’s introductory press conference with the damn Houston Astros, who in my opinion gave Jose way too much money, but that's beside the point.

It was Abreu's comments of “I want to win” that have Sox fans, and me, up in arms. That comment hit hard and hit home. I ask myself constantly, "Do the Sox really want to win?" To me, they are a loser organization. They do everything ass backwards. What makes sense, they do the opposite. They knocked it out of the park rebuilding, but when it was time to spend money to cement the rebuild, they didn’t.

The White Sox always claim they have a seat at the table when it comes to big name free agents, but ultimately their loser mentality or loser owner comes into play and takes the cheap way out.

The Sox are an embarrassment as a professional sports franchise, and will continue that way until Jerry Reinsdorf is no longer the owner. The offseason and Hot Stove is under way, and the White Sox so far are business as usual…doing nothing.

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