With a stacked roster loaded with several of the White Sox top prospects, the Winston-Salem Dash are making noise in the minor leagues. One of those players is pitcher Dane Dunning, who came on the podcast to talk with Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey about the Dash's hot start to the season, his near no-hitter, teammates Dylan Cease and Micker Adolfo, their new manager Omar Vizquel, NBA All-Star Chris Paul buying part of the team, how all these prospects might fit into the White Sox rotation one day and more.
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Carlos Rodon speaks with Chuck Garfien about his dominant stretch of starts and how he’s started to figure things out as a major league pitcher. Rodon talks about controlling his temper on the mound and how he’s learned to win on days he doesn’t have his best stuff. He explains why he doesn’t miss any of Daniel Palka’s at-bats, how he’s impressed with Michael Kopech, why he sympathizes with Kopech being in Triple-A, why he’s not wearing an undershirt during games and much more.
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Sister Mary Jo Sobieck threw out the first pitch at White Sox game on Saturday, and she turned quite a few heads with her impressive arm. The pregame ceremonies featured her first pitch, great music from the Marian Catholic marching band and White Sox outfielder Nicky Delmonico having some fun with our Chuck Garfien.
There is still much debate over whether Sister Mary Jo’s pitch was a curveball or a changeup, but one thing for certain, she had some awesome movement on her pitch. This comes as no surprise to the Marian Catholic faithful, as it is clear that she had been putting in some work to make sure she shined in her big moment!