Right now, the 2020 White Sox bullpen has some question marks. With all those question marks comes the opportunity for young, unproven talent to establish themselves as bullpen mainstays.
Author: Steve Paradzinski
As we head to the 2020 season, one area the White Sox can and should still look to improve is their pitching staff.
Analyzing reasonable options for the White Sox to fill out their roster and have a competent platoon in right field.
There is still room for the White Sox to tinker around the edges of the roster, especially at second base, as we approach Spring Training.
Assessing the leadoff hitter options for the 2020 White Sox.
When the 2020 season comes to its conclusion, we will know a lot more about whether or not Ricky Renteria is part of the White Sox future long-term.
Are the White Sox about to make a deal to acquire some bullpen help?
On paper, the White Sox won’t be a favorite to win the AL Central, but given the upside that many of the young players on the 26-man roster possess, it isn’t out of the realm of possibility to see this team take a major jump a year early.
One Grinder Ball Rule, in particular, is being lost on Sox fans of the current day, that would be number 30: Good enough, isn’t.
If there ever was a time for the White Sox to bite the bullet and spend at the top of the market, this was it. The limited financial commitments heading into 2020 and beyond should’ve positioned this team to go out and get any player they really wanted.