The rebuilding Chicago White Sox are off to a great start, not in terms of success on the scoreboard but in the race for the No.1 overall pick in 2018. Chicago's lineup owns some of the lowest marks in baseball through two weeks with a 72 wRC+ (27th), .273 wOBA (28th), a .616 OPS (28th) and the fifth-worst strikeout percentage in baseball. This is all outstanding news for Luis Severino, who is fresh off a dominant outing against the Tampa Bay Rays. In that start, Severino struck out 11, walked just one batter and allowed just two earned runs over seven innings. While command remains an issue for the youngster, it shouldn't be a problem against this anemic, Chicago lineup that hacks at everything.
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