The Chicago White Sox had a rough recent trip, dropping five of eight against the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals.
They returned home Friday for a series against the Detroit Tigers, and closer Liam Hendriks said manager Tony La Russa that weekend called a meeting with players in the leadership group.
“Just making sure we’re all on the right page, making sure we’re all united and making sure that if there was anything we needed to air, it was a safe space,” Hendriks said before Wednesday’s game against the Houston Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field. He first revealed the meeting on WMVP-AM 1000.
“But the message of the entire thing was positivity. Make sure you’re a united front on positivity and make sure we breed that because these eight to 10 guys (in the meeting),…
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