Mat Latos was signed by the White Sox this past winter to a $3 million deal and was described as a reclamation project by many. Now after starting the year 4-0 with a 1.84 ERA, Latos hopes that his past troubles are behind him.
Latos admitted that he's not a fast starter, but is hoping that this start along with a new mindset leads to success in Chicago.
More from around the American League Central:
- The last road trip didn't go swimmingly for the Indians, ending a 4-5 trip in Detroit, Minneapolis and Philadelphia. Six of those games were decided by one run and Jason Kipnis says that the team can't dwell on those losses.
- It's official. Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander is now officially engaged to Kate Upton after Upton was sporting a ring at the 2016 Met Gala in New York yesterday for what is believed to be the first time.
- Royals reliever Luke Hochevar says his elbow is better, after the veteran battled elbow tightness over the weekend. He threw a side session, and is available for the Royals.
- Twins third baseman Miguel Sano made the final out of the Twins awful home stand with base-running blunder at third base. After the game, manager Paul Molitor had a quick conversation with Sano, asking the third baseman if would ever do that again, to which Sano said "No, Papi."