Spencer Adams

Spencer Adams

Height/Weight: 6' 3"/180 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Gainesville, Georgia
College: None
Draft: 2014 2nd round by the
  • North Carolina Daily

    Astros' Luis Garcia faces White Sox with streamlined pitching style

    As MLB players and fans ease into the new look of baseball in 2023 with its multiple rules changes, there's at least one pitcher who will appear to be just a shadow of his former colorful self. Houston right-hander Luis Garcia will take the ball for his first start of the season when the defending world champion Astros square off against the visiting Chicago White Sox on Sunday in the finale of their four-game season-opening series. With the pitch clock in effect across MLB in 2023, Garcia has had to tone down his pre-delivery routine to throw a pitch in the 15 seconds allowed by the pitch clock with runners not on base.

  • Southside Showdown

    White Sox: Hanser Albert may or may not be good in 2023

    The Chicago White Sox have their roster and have started the 2023 season with a host of talent that they feel will get them through the season and into the playoffs. The White Sox are carrying several different infielders into the season and they seem to be fairly loaded with guys that can play second base. Not only do they have Alberto at the position, but they also have regular starter Elvis Andrus and Romy Gonzalez that can play the position. Having no shortage of second basemen is a good thing for any team and the White Sox need all the help they can get in the middle infield, including shortstop.


    Column: From the White Sox home opener to the NFL draft, April is shaping up to be an all-timer for Chicago sports fans

    The spring of our discontent has arrived, and April figures to be an interesting month for followers of Chicago's not-so Fab Five. Four of our professional teams— the Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox— are all in action, while the Bears are on the clock. Throw in a mayoral election and some inclement weather and you have the three staples of the Chicago food group — sports, politics and weather — intermingling. When all is said and done, it could be an April for the ages, a month of potential goodbyes and welcome backs, from Jonathan Toews and Nikola Vučević to Jason Heyward.