Fulmer certainly has re-opened some eyes with his past couple of starts, and White Sox manager Rick Renteria has previously stated September will help decide the 2018 direction for Fulmer. It looks to be a starter right now. Kopech will be part of the White Sox rotation in '18 -- I feel extremely confident in that out-on-a-limb prediction. I don't think he breaks camp with the team. Look for the White Sox to add a couple of veteran starters to the '18 mix.
But with all due respect to the affable and supremely talented Sale, he's the past in White Sox lore. The focus now is on the future, of which second baseman Yoan Moncada and right-handed hurler Michael Kopech, who were acquired from Boston as part of the Sale deal, play a tremendous part. Kopech finished his first White Sox season at Triple-A Charlotte, compiling a 2.88 ERA in 25 starts with 172 strikeouts over 134 1/3 innings between Double-A and Triple-A.
Giolito threw pretty much everything he had to the man with 82 RBIs before getting him swinging on a changeup on pitch No. 12. That pitch stood as one of Giolito's six swings-and-misses induced, with three off the change, among his 100 pitches. "Changeup was a good pitch for me, aside from the few I left up," Giolito said after slipping to 2-3 overall. "I had a lot of confidence in it, and that was probably the offspeed pitch that I was most comfortable going to in big situations.
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