The Chicago White Sox had a disappointing 2022 season.
They have been projected to handle enterprise within the American League Central after they’d gained the division in 2021.
Nonetheless, accidents price them dearly as they fell nicely in need of the postseason, ending 81-81.
Lucas Giolito, who had lengthy been the ace of the pitching workers, had a troublesome season as nicely, profitable 11 video games however ending with an ERA of 4.90 in 30 begins.
However Giolito seems to be in good spirits heading into 2023 because the White Sox look to rebound from a down season.
The suitable-hander stopped by MLB Community to speak about what has been working for him this offseason, in addition to categorical his pleasure for 2023.
— MLB Community (@MLBNetwork) January 20, 2023
Giolito talked about how he felt that his mechanics have been out of sync throughout the 2022 season, which in the end led to him struggling.
Nonetheless, he has been coaching this offseason to repair his mechanics and get again to the place he was in 2021.
The veteran right-hander additionally commented on the signing of Andrew Benintendi, praising the staff’s new acquisition for his bat-to-ball abilities and Gold-Glove caliber protection out in left area, whereas additionally discussing how he thinks Benintendi will enhance the membership in 2023.
Giolito even went so far as to say that he was glad to not must face Benintendi this season, as he had been a tricky out for the right-hander throughout his time with the Kansas Metropolis Royals.
Benintendi signed with the White Sox for 5 years and $75 million again in mid-December.
However Giolito seems to be able to go in 2023, and is hoping that the White Sox can flip issues round.