White Sox youngster Nick Madrigal will bounce back from his season-ending injury, said college teammate and current division rival Trevor Larnach.
So what's the equivalent of Loch Ness to Nessie here? Larnach... Lar Nach... Lar...Nachos? Nachos! I say we have a winner, because, you know, FOOD. And food that's specifically nachos, well, you just can't go wrong. Now that his problem has been efficiently solved, we can now spend our time together taking a look at platooner (which also sounds like a pirate profession) Trevor Larnach and what the rest of the season might look like for this right fielder. But why Trevor Larnach? An existential question if there ever was one (it isn't), Larnach represents what is perhaps a true under-the-radar option with generally low ownership-rates across the board. And while there are legitimate reasons for this that we'll delve into below, producing a .361 OBP while sustaining a solid .262 AVG to go along with seven homeruns is not nothing and could perhaps be the beginning of something. What the something is? Find out after the jump! (Who brought the nachos. I have no nachos. Sadness abound.)
Trevor Larnach sends a solo home run deep to center field to put the Twins on the board in the 4th inning