GLENDALE, Ariz. — White Sox general manager Rick Hahn’s excitement at the start of Friday morning’s Zoom session certainly could have been rooted in his team being one of the prime candidates to win the 2022 World Series title.
That feeling was prevalent as Hahn spoke for 30 minutes with somewhere around 10 players making their way to Camelback Ranch for a first unofficial workout. But his initial joy stemmed from baseball being back after a 99-day lockout.
“It’s hard for me to properly articulate how excited we are that there’s a deal in place, that we’re all fully back to work and looking for ways to build upon what we feel is a very strong team,” Hahn said. “By Sunday we hope to have just about everyone in camp and ready to go. Obviously, we’ve just been able to reconnect with our players in the last 18 hours or so.”
Here are a few more important topics from Hahn’s in-depth session.
Hahn has a World Series title target for the ’22 White Sox, the same sort of…