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Luis Robert’s extension headlined a busy offseason for the White Sox when it comes to the outfield/designated hitter positions, but will it translate in 2020?
Examining some of the remaining relief pitchers on the market that could make sense for the White Sox.
Luis Robert and the White Sox have agreed to a six-year contract extension.
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.
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Sure, the Zack Wheeler miss was a big blow to the White Sox’s overall plan this winter, but there are enough ways to get creative. Rick Hahn and co. can still pick themselves up off of the mat and continue to build a team that can be competitive in 2020.
Finishing second on a target like Zack Wheeler over what might amount to $10-20 million over the lifespan of a five-year deal would be proof that the White Sox are not yet ready to do what needs to be done to become a real contender in the AL Central.
Yesterday, the White Sox non-tendered three players and tendered contracts to five others.