White Sox great Mark Buehrle was one of several first-timers on this year's Hall of Fame ballot. He didn't earn election this time around — no one did this year — but a noticeable amount of voters included Buehrle on their ballots.
That group included MLB Network's Jon Morosi, who joins Chuck Garfien to discuss why he put Buehrle on his ballot this year and why he believes the legendary White Sox lefty belongs in the Hall of Fame. Morosi also weighs in on the 2021 White Sox, making his pick for the team's X-factor that could put the South Siders over the top.
(2:36) - Why Jon Morosi included Mark Buehrle on his Hall of Fame ballot
(9:55) - How will pitchers be judged by Hall of Fame voters considering wins aren't as meaningful as they used to be?
(13:00) - The process voters go through when filling out their Hall of Famer ballots
(16:00) - Reaction to Curt Schilling not wanting to be on the ballot next year
(20:00) - Will the White Sox make another move this offseason? Who is the X-factor that could put them over the top?
(26:35) - Where will Nelson Cruz sign?
(28:55) - Morosi's thoughts on Tony La Russa