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CSN announces 2017 White Sox season coverage details


CSN announces 2017 White Sox season coverage details

106 Regular Season Games, including the Home/Season Opener on Monday, April 3 vs. Detroit!

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER -- Live streaming coverage of EVERY White Sox telecast – including all Pre/Postgame Shows – to be made available to authenticated subscribers on CSNChicago.com and via the NBC Sports app

CSNChicago.com to feature 24/7 reporting from White Sox “Insider” Dan Hayes; website to also feature live video of Postgame Press Conferences, weekly White Sox podcasts featuring Chuck Garfien, Daily Player/Coaches Interview, plus In-Game Twitter updates from CSN talent and much more!

“White Sox Season Preview” special, featuring a complete analysis of this year’s roster and the roster of the future, to air Wednesday, March 29 at 10:30 PM CT!

Chicago, IL (March 21, 2017) – CSN Chicago (CSN) -- the home for the most games and most comprehensive coverage of the up-and-coming Chicago White Sox has announced its 2017 White Sox game telecast & surrounding coverage details, along with numerous digital coverage specifics on CSNChicago.com. 

The 2017 White Sox season on CSN includes 106 live regular season games, including the HOME/SEASON OPENER against the AL Central division rival Detroit Tigers on Monday, April 3 at 3:00 PM, featuring the always-entertaining White Sox announcing tandem of Ken “Hawk” Harrelson and Steve Stone on the call.  Coverage begins at 2:00 PM CT with an expanded, LIVE REMOTE Opening Day edition of White Sox Pregame Live presented by The Kowalis Family of Dealerships from Guaranteed Rate Field hosted by CSN’s White Sox studio tandem of Chuck Garfien and Bill Melton, along with CSN’s White Sox beat reporter Siera Santos and CSNChicago.com White Sox “Insider” Dan Hayes providing additional Opening Day reports. The game will be immediately followed by an expanded edition of Subaru White Sox Postgame Live, also taking place live from Guaranteed Rate Field, featuring new White Sox manager Rick Renteria’s live post-game press conference, along with player post-game reaction, expanded highlights, detailed analysis and much more.

In addition -- beginning THIS season -- EVERY White Sox telecast on CSN, including surrounding White Sox Pre/Postgame Live coverage, will be accessible live via CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports app to authenticated CSN Chicago subscribers.  The live stream of CSN’s White Sox telecasts is presented by State Farm.  The live streaming service is currently available to customers of Comcast/Xfinity, DIRECTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-verse, Mediacom, RCN, WOW!, Time Warner Cable and Charter among numerous other carriers.  For a full list of carriers and more information about CSN Chicago’s live streaming service of White Sox games, viewers are urged to visit the following link: http://www.csnchicago.com/live-faq .  

For the second-straight season, southside Chicago-area native and Homewood-Flossmoor H.S. graduate Jason Benetti will provide the play-by-play call for every White Sox home game this season (with the exception of the home opener and the Cubs “Crosstown” series games being played at Guaranteed Rate Field), along with two road games in Toronto (June 16 &17).  Legendary White Sox broadcaster Ken “Hawk” Harrelson will once again handle play-by-play duties for all road games this season, but, as previously mentioned, “Hawk” will be on the call for the 2017 Home Opener on April 3, along with the  “Crosstown” series match-ups at Guaranteed Rate Field.

Among the 2017 White Sox regular season schedule highlights on CSN include 48 match-ups in the always-competitive AL Central Division featuring a total of 11 match-ups against the defending American League Champion Cleveland Indians, along with 12 games apiece against the Detroit Tigers & Kansas City Royals, and 13 against the Minnesota Twins.  In addition, viewers can look forward to five games against the defending AL East champ Boston Red Sox, five games against the New York Yankees, five games against the AL West champion Texas Rangers, plus – an expanded interleague schedule including a pair of games against the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers, a pair of games against NL Wild Card champion San Francisco Giants, along with additional NL West battles vs. Colorado, Arizona, and San Diego.  ALSO -- CSN will carry all four White Sox-Cubs “Crosstown Cup” interleague games this year.  (NOTE: the July 24 & 26 “Crosstown” games will be “White Sox” telecasts on Comcast SportsNet, while the July 25 & 27 games will be “Cubs” telecasts).

PROGRAMMING NOTE: CSN will also air a White Sox Season Preview special (presented by GMC) on Wednesday, March 29 at 10:30 PM.  Hosted by Chuck Garfien and featuring special guests, the White Sox Season Preview special will provide a complete breakdown of all of the off-season transactions, a deep look at this year’s roster, along with numerous players and coaches interviews.  This special will also re-air on Friday, Mar. 31 at 4:30 PM and Sat, April 1 at 12:30 PM.

In addition to its live stream of every White Sox regular season telecast, CSNChicago.com also delivers comprehensive 24/7 White Sox coverage all season long, including the following highlights: 

  • Live stream of White Sox manager Rick Renteria’s post-game press conferences (sponsored by Xfinity) following every home game.
  • White Sox “Insider” Dan Hayes returns for his sixth season on the beatFollow him on Twitter @CSNHayes for the latest team/player news and inside access 24/7.  Hayes will also file daily stories/video reports and will make regular on-air appearances throughout the season on White Sox Pregame Live presented by The Kowalis Family of Dealerships, SportsTalk Live, In the Loop and in select CSN White Sox home games.  All Dan Hayes content on CSNChicago.com is sponsored by The Great Escape.
  • Chuck Garfien will once again offer on-going reports and insight via his popular “Sox Drawer” posts, which will include exclusive video content.  Garfien can also be followed on Twitter 24/7 @ChuckGarfien, for up-to-the-second White Sox news.  In addition, fans are urged to follow CSN White Sox beat reporter Siera Santos (@SieraSantos) for additional White Sox news, interviews, and insight all season long.
  • CSNChicago.com digital baseball reporters JJ Stankevitz (@JJStankevitz) and Paul Roumeliotis (@PaulRoumel) will also be providing White Sox game day reports, analysis and features throughout the season.
  • “White Sox Talk PODCAST” (presented by Wintrust) – Featuring White Sox Pre/Postgame Live host Chuck Garfien and an array of special guests, CSN’s “White Sox Talk” podcast features in-depth White Sox discussion on the hottest topics and breaking news all season long. Fans can download all of CSN’s podcasts at CSNChicago.com/podcasts and simply subscribe to them via iTunes, Google Play or Stitcher.  The podcasts can be played on any mobile device, laptop, or desktop computer.
  • WhiteSoxTalk (CSNChicago.com/white-sox) - CSNChicago.com’s high-velocity, real-time, comprehensive White Sox news and opinion section featuring original commentary, reporting and aggregation. WhiteSoxTalk contains interactive content with continually updated insights from the network’s talent, which includes the new #WhiteSoxTalk podcast.
  • @CSNWhiteSox on Twitter provides 24/7 full team coverage, giveaways, fan photos and game day news straight from Guaranteed Rate Field and across the country.
  • Push Alerts: CSN Chicago will deliver White Sox push notifications for breaking team and player news, “Insider” reports, plus game reminder alerts via CSN Chicago’s SportsTalk app for iOS and Android devices.
  • White Sox coverage on CSNChicago.com/white-sox is presented by Wintrust
  • CSN Chicago’s White Sox content will also be distributed via its digital network of partnerships including NBCSports.com, NBCNews.com, and Xfinity.com.

For the tenth-straight season, CSN will produce every White Sox regular season home and road game in a high-definition (HD) format.   In addition, nine White Sox games are currently scheduled to be telecast on CSN Plus (see attached schedule).  CSN Plus (CSN+) telecasts are provided to CSN affiliates and distributed to viewers when two live events are scheduled simultaneously.  CSN+ is available in high-definition on Comcast/Xfinity ch. 201 in the Chicago area/South Bend, IN & on Comcast/Xfinity ch. 285 in the Peoria, Springfield, Rockford and Champaign markets, along with being made available in DIRECTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-verse, RCN, and WOW! homes among others; viewers are urged to visit CSNChicago.com’s CHANNEL FINDER for complete channel location details). Comcast Cable and RCN subscribers can also watch all CSN+ games in standard definition on CLTV. 

Before a number of White Sox games on CSN (including all weekend telecasts), fans can tune to White Sox Pregame Live presented by The Kowalis Family of Dealerships featuring a half-hour of pre-game analysis, interviews and the very latest White Sox news (NOTE: for weeknight 7:00 PM game start times or earlier, pre-game coverage can be found on SportsTalk Live presented by The Chevy Silverado featuring host David Kaplan or on In the Loop presented by Comcast Business).  Following the majority of all games, viewers can look forward to the most comprehensive post-game wrap-up show on Subaru White Sox Postgame Live featuring live coverage of White Sox manager Rick Renteria’s post-game press conferences and live locker room interviews with White Sox players.  Following primetime editions of White Sox Postgame Live, CSN will air In the Loop Prime presented by GMC at 10:00 PM and/or In the Loop Prime presented by State Farm at 10:30 PM for a complete recap of the day’s top local and national sports news, along with the most popular topics, videos, posts and more in the social media universe. 

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2017 Chicago White Sox Schedule

Regular Season: (every game available in HD)


  1. Mon, Apr 3               3:00 pm              vs Detroit                                        (Home/Season Opener!)
  2. Wed, Apr 5               1:00 pm              vs Detroit
  3. Fri, Apr 7                  7:00 pm              vs Minnesota                                  CSN+
  4. Sun, Apr 9                1:00 pm              vs Minnesota
  5. Tue, Apr 11              3:00 pm              @ Cleveland
  6. Wed, Apr 12             5:00 pm              @ Cleveland
  7. Fri, Apr 14                7:00 pm              @ Minnesota
  8. Sun, Apr 16              3:00 pm              @ Minnesota
  9. Tue, Apr 18              6:00 pm              @ New York Yankees
  10. Wed, Apr 19             6:00 pm              @ New York Yankees
  11. Fri, Apr 21                7:00 pm              vs Cleveland
  12. Sat, Apr 22               6:00 pm              vs Cleveland
  13. Mon, Apr 24             7:00 pm              vs Kansas City
  14. Tue, Apr 25              7:00 pm              vs Kansas City
  15. Sat, Apr 29               12:00 pm            @ Detroit
  16. Mon, May 1              7:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  17. Wed, May 3              7:00 pm              @ Kansas City                                CSN+
  18. Thu, May 4               1:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  19. Fri, May 5                 6:00 pm              @ Baltimore
  20. Sun, May 7               12:30 pm            @ Baltimore
  21. Tue, May 9               7:00 pm              vs Minnesota
  22. Thu, May 11             7:00 pm              vs Minnesota
  23. Fri, May 12               7:00 pm              vs San Diego                                  CSN+
  24. Sun, May 14             1:00 pm              vs San Diego
  25. Mon, May 15            9:00 pm              @ Los Angeles Angels
  26. Wed, May 17            9:00 pm              @ Los Angeles Angels
  27. Thu, May 18             9:00 pm              @ Seattle
  28. Sat, May 20              9:00 pm              @ Seattle
  29. Sun, May 21             3:00 pm              @ Seattle
  30. Mon, May 22            8:30 pm              @ Arizona
  31. Wed, May 24            2:30 pm              @ Arizona
  32. Fri, May 26               7:00 pm              vs Detroit
  33. Sat, May 27              1:00 pm              vs Detroit
  34. Tue, May 30             7:00 pm              vs Boston
  35. Wed, May 31            7:00 pm              vs Boston
  36. Sat, June 3               3:00 pm              @ Detroit
  37. Sun, June 4              12:00 pm            @ Detroit
  38. Wed, June 7             6:00 pm              @ Tampa Bay
  39. Thu, June 8              6:00 pm              @ Tampa Bay
  40. Sun, June 11            12:00 pm            @ Cleveland
  41. Tue, June 13            7:00 pm              vs Baltimore
  42. Wed, June 14           7:00 pm              vs Baltimore                                    CSN+
  43. Thu, June 15            1:00 pm              vs Baltimore
  44. Fri, June 16              6:00 pm              @ Toronto
  45. Sat, June 17             12:00 pm            @ Toronto
  46. Wed, June 21           7:00 pm              @ Minnesota
  47. Thu, June 22            12:00 pm            @ Minnesota
  48. Fri, June 23              7:00 pm              vs Oakland
  49. Sat, June 24             1:00 pm              vs Oakland
  50. Tue, June 27            7:00 pm              vs New York Yankees
  51. Wed, June 28           7:00 pm              vs New York Yankees                    CSN+
  52. Thu June 29             7:00 pm              vs New York Yankees
  53. Fri, June 30              7:00 pm              vs Texas
  54. Sun, July 2               1:00 pm              vs Texas
  55. Mon, July 3               8:00 pm              @ Oakland
  56. Tue, July 4               3:00 pm              @ Oakland
  57. Fri, July 7                 7:30 pm              @ Colorado
  58. Sun, July 9               2:00 pm              @ Colorado
  59. Fri, July 14               7:00 pm              vs Seattle                                        CSN+
  60. Sun, July 16             1:00 pm              vs Seattle
  61. Wed, July 19            7:00 pm              vs Los Angeles Dodgers
  62. Fri, July 21               7:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  63. Sun, July 23             1:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  64. Mon, July 24             1:20 pm              @ CUBS
  65. Wed, July 26            7:00 pm              vs CUBS                                        
  66. Fri, July 28               7:00 pm              vs Cleveland
  67. Sat, July 29              6:00 pm              vs Cleveland
  68. Mon, July 31             7:00 pm              vs Toronto
  69. Wed, Aug 2              1:00 pm              vs Toronto
  70. Thu, Aug 3               6:00 pm              @ Boston
  71. Fri, Aug 4                 6:00 pm              @ Boston
  72. Sat, Aug 5                6:00 pm              @ Boston
  73. Wed, Aug 9              7:00 pm              vs Houston
  74. Thu, Aug 10             7:00 pm              vs Houston
  75. Sat, Aug 12              6:00 pm              vs Kansas City
  76. Wed, Aug 16            9:00 pm              @ Los Angeles Dodgers
  77. Thu, Aug 17             7:00 pm              @ Texas
  78. Fri, Aug 18               7:00 pm              @ Texas
  79. Sun, Aug 20             2:00 pm              @ Texas
  80. Mon, Aug 21             7:00 pm              vs Minnesota
  81. Tue, Aug 22             7:00 pm              vs Minnesota
  82. Wed, Aug 23            7:00 pm              vs Minnesota                                  CSN+
  83. Fri, Aug 25               7:00 pm              vs Detroit
  84. Sat, Aug 26              6:00 pm              vs Detroit
  85. Tue, Aug 29             7:00 pm              @ Minnesota
  86. Thu, Aug 31             12:00 pm            @ Minnesota
  87. Fri, Sept 1                7:00 pm              vs Tampa Bay
  88. Sat, Sept 2               6:00 pm              vs Tampa Bay
  89. Tue, Sept 5              7:00 pm              vs Cleveland                                   CSN+
  90. Wed, Sept 6             7:00 pm              vs Cleveland
  91. Fri, Sept 8                7:00 pm              vs San Francisco
  92. Sun, Sept 10            1:00 pm              vs San Francisco
  93. Mon, Sept 11            7:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  94. Wed, Sept 13           1:00 pm              @ Kansas City
  95. Thu, Sept 14            12:00 pm            @ Detroit
  96. Fri, Sept 15              6:00 pm              @ Detroit
  97. Sat, Sept 16             5:00 pm              @ Detroit
  98. Wed, Sept 20           7:00 pm              @ Houston
  99. Thu, Sept 21            7:00 pm              @ Houston
  100. Fri, Sept 22           7:00 pm              vs Kansas City
  101. Sun, Sept 24         1:00 pm              vs Kansas City
  102. Mon, Sept 25         7:00 pm              vs Los Angeles Angels                   CSN+
  103. Tue, Sept 26         7:00 pm              vs Los Angeles Angels
  104. Thu, Sept 28         7:00 pm              vs Los Angeles Angels
  105. Fri, Sept 29           6:00 pm              @ Cleveland
  106. Sun, Oct 1             2:00 pm              @ Cleveland

106 Regular Season Games – 53 home, 53 away

Schedule Subject to Change

All Times Central Time


Rain-soaked day on the South Side can't wash away Lucas Giolito's continued resurgence

Rain-soaked day on the South Side can't wash away Lucas Giolito's continued resurgence

Saturday wasn’t Lucas Giolito’s best outing of the year, nor was it is longest, thanks to an extended bout of heavy rain that delayed the White Sox tilt with the Toronto Blue Jays almost three hours before it was finally called. But it was another good one, and Giolito’s status as the team’s most reliable starting pitcher remained intact.

It’s only been seven and a half months since Giolito finished his first full season in the major leagues as, statistically, baseball’s worst qualified starting pitcher. He led the game in ERA and WHIP. He led the American League in walks. It was a rough campaign that lasted as long as it did because the rebuilding White Sox were in a position to let their young players learn from their growing pains.

Well, a season later, Giolito seems to have learned plenty.

“I think he absorbed everything that happened last season, good and bad. I think it has played a huge role in his development and his growth,” manager Rick Renteria said before Saturday’s game. “I think he’s taken ahold and challenged himself and sought to look to improve and do things that are going to help him continue to evolve as a pitcher at the major league level.

“I think to this point he has shown that he has taken ahold of some of the changes that he’s gravitated to. But on top of that, the confidence, his mentality. He’s a pretty driven kid, pretty bright kid. I’m glad we have him on our side. I’m really looking forward to continuing to see him grow as a Chicago White Sox.”

Giolito lowered his season ERA to 3.35 with five innings of one-run ball Saturday, giving up just three hits and a pair of walks and technically recording his first career complete game, the franchise’s first since September 2016.

The most impressive moment came as the skies opened up and the goal seemed clear: make this an official game in case the rain meant no further baseball. Giolito, pitching in a monsoon, struck out the three batters he faced in the top of the fifth inning, accomplishing that goal in dominating fashion, even if the umpires and Blue Jays hitters might have had the same results in mind.

“Everyone was joking about that. They were like, 'Shower! Complete game!' I don't consider it a complete game until I get nine,” Giolito said after the game was called. “But I went out there for the fifth, saw the rain coming down, and I was like, 'All right, we've got to pick up the tempo a little bit.' Luckily, we were able to get through five and close it out there.

“The raindrops were so big that they were getting into my glove, on the ball, getting on my hand. So my approach was just to attack the strike zone with a fast pace and hopefully get a nice 1-2-3 inning, and that's what we did.”

Giolito’s logged three quality starts and could very well have two more had those outings not been shortened. In addition to Saturday’s rain-impacted affair, Giolito had to exit his April 17 start against the Kansas City Royals with a hamstring injury after just 2.2 innings.

Giolito’s been a different pitcher in 2019, taking a leap that has thrust him back into a conversation many fans and observers kicked him out of after how 2018 went. Once the top-rated pitching prospect in baseball, plenty of folks gave up on Giolito’s long-term status as a member of the White Sox rotation of the future. But he’s on the way to achieving the kind of consistency he struggled to find last season.

“I think he feels that everything he's doing right now is going to be able to lead him to have an opportunity to do what he wants on the mound,” Renteria said after the game. “He doesn't get flustered. He's very much under control in his emotions, all the things he was working to control last year. With the change of his arm swing, his ability to repeat and execute along with another year under his belt in the big leagues and being able to trust himself.”

While a physical change has been beneficial, Giolito gave plenty of credit to his mental approach this season, his different way of reacting to trouble and settling down in tight spots.

“Definitely the mental side,” he said. “Cleaning up a lot of things when it comes to my mind racing out there. I walked two batters in the fourth, and whereas last year that might get me going a little bit, might be rushing and trying to get out of it really fast, now I'll take my deep breath, reset, know what I can do and just execute.

“It's all in the breath. If things are starting to go a little bit haywire out there, I always go back to my breath. Step off the mound, take a big, deep breath, reset, forget about what happened, on to the next pitch.”

There’s a lot of baseball left to be played, of course, and just like one rough season in 2018 didn’t mark a definitive end of Giolito’s long-term prospects, a string of good starts early on in 2019 doesn’t mark a definitive return of them. But this is a very positive sign for a team with its focus on the future and a pleasant surprise for a fan base that watched plenty of bad starts from Giolito last season.

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Ivan Nova isn't going anywhere, but on the field, the White Sox aren't getting what they expected out of the veteran so far


Ivan Nova isn't going anywhere, but on the field, the White Sox aren't getting what they expected out of the veteran so far

Ivan Nova struggling is different than some of the other White Sox pitchers struggling.

It seems pretty obvious that Nova, who the White Sox traded for over the offseason to be this year’s version of James Shields, isn’t in any danger of getting jettisoned from the starting rotation, like Ervin Santana was earlier this season. With the starting staff in the fragile state it’s in — perhaps turning to Ross Detwiler if necessary Monday night in Houston — the White Sox might even be rethinking that decision to move on from the Ervin Santana Experiment after just three starts.

Nova has certainly had his good moments, and he doesn’t deserve to have people marching toward him with torches and pitchforks any more than any other White Sox starter. Four of his nine starts this year have been quality starts, including the two prior to Friday’s. And just because some of the other results haven't been pretty, it doesn't mean he isn't having the desired effect inside the White Sox clubhouse as a positive influence on young pitchers.

But on the field, Friday was one of the bad ones. Nova gave up nine runs, eight of them earned, and lasted just three innings. Three of the eight hits he gave up to the Toronto Blue Jays, who entered with the worst offense in the American League, left the ballpark. Nova’s given up 10 home runs in his last five starts, which is obviously not good. To be fair, though, Shields gave up 34 homers last season and still got showered with praise for being an innings-eater and a mentor to the team’s young pitchers. That likely won't come as much comfort to White Sox fans.

“I didn't have command of my pitches,” Nova said after Friday's game. “Didn't throw my curveball for a strike. Threw a slider that didn't do nothing. Didn't command the changeup. I missed my command today. I was walking people, falling behind guys and paid the price.

"You never want to give up a lot of homers, obviously, that's how they do a lot of damage. You want to keep the ball in the park. It's off so far, but we continue to work on it."

Nova is earning much of the same ire being directed at every struggling White Sox starter by fans who see Dylan Cease putting up one quality start after another at Triple-A Charlotte and wonder why he can’t come to the South Side and take the place of guys who just aren’t performing.

Of course, as general manager Rick Hahn has said, a need for starting pitching at the big league level won’t have anything to do with when Cease makes his eventual major league debut later this season. But the frustration is understandable from this standpoint: Some of these starting pitchers have to get some outs.

Things have stabilized a bit lately, and a staff that had just one seven-inning effort for much of the season has gotten a few of them in recent weeks. Lucas Giolito is the team’s most reliable starting pitching at the moment, chasing away the demons of 2018, when he had the highest ERA in baseball. Reynaldo Lopez had an ERA north of 12.00 after his first three starts of the campaign but has chopped that in half since. Manny Banuelos went on the injured list Friday, a move plenty of fans on Twitter greeted with sarcasm that Banuelos — who has a 9.15 ERA as a starter this season — was no great loss for the rotation. With the organization’s starting-pitching depth what it is, that’s clearly not the case.

But Nova is different. He carried with him some expectations of the kind of performance the White Sox could expect coming into the 2019 season. In the three seasons prior to this one, Nova had a combined 4.16 ERA and averaged 170 innings a year. At the moment, Nova owns a 7.42 ERA and has averaged a little more than five innings an outing.

Shields didn’t always mow down opposing lineups, but the consistency of what he did deliver was invaluable in 2018. Nova was supposed to do more of the same. He hasn’t so far in 2019. If Nova can’t deliver on being an innings-eater, that’s troublesome for a pitching staff that’s been plagued in the season’s first month and a half by brief outings that have led to a taxed bullpen.

Given Nova’s veteran status, there’s more confidence, perhaps, that he can figure things out, that performances like Friday’s won’t be the norm for long. But so far, Nova’s been Jekyll and Hyde: really good when he’s on (a 1.38 ERA in his four good starts) and really not good when he isn’t (a 14.77 ERA in five tough starts).

"You would hope that they're capable of doing it quickly,” manager Rick Renteria said when asked how fast Nova might be able to right the ship. “But if a guy doesn't have it and you're trying to get him through working as deep as he can, even though his pitch count got up there. Obviously we've had a mixed bag, and today just wasn't one of his better days."

Those better days are going to have to start coming if the White Sox are going to get what they expected out of Nova. There’s no “growing pains” or “continued development” excuses for the veteran.

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