The Chicago White Sox are certainly having a lot of fun this season. After all, this is one of the best teams in the MLB with Chicago sporting a 37-23 overall record and 4.0 game lead in the AL Central division.
A lot of the success has been driven by a unique one-two punch with shortstop Tim Anderson and closer Liam Hendriks. Both are putting together potentially All-Star caliber seasons at their respective crafts while building a fun-loving relationship off the field in Hendriks' first season in Chicago.
Hendriks recently made an appearance on MLB Network and had a blast hilariously roasting his shortstop.
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According to Hendriks, this duo has the type of brotherly-love relationship in which they constantly tell each other "you suck." What better way for two grown men to show affection, right? Hendriks also went on to tease Anderson about his collection of stuff that features his personal brand's logo. Apparently, that includes everything from backpacks to headphones.
Certainly, there's a lot of love flying around the White Sox clubhouse, especially between two of its biggest stars. Hendriks owns a 1.78 ERA this season along with a league-leading 15 saves and 40 strikeouts in 25.1 innings pitched. On the other hand, Anderson is slashing .301/.337/.434 with 6 home runs, 23 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.
Chicago's hot-start has sports bettors loving this team. Right now, the White Sox own the top odds (+300) to win the American League Championship, according to the latest MLB odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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