The White Sox, who won just 72 games in 2019, have seemingly opened their window of contention by outspending the majority of Major League Baseball this winter.
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The White Sox should make this move for depth purposes because otherwise, right field will remain an enormous concern against right-handed pitchers.
As we head to the 2020 season, one area the White Sox can and should still look to improve is their pitching staff.
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.
The White Sox have signed left-handed pitcher Dallas Keuchel.
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.
The White Sox added organizational depth Thursday with the signing of Cheslor Cuthbert.
The White Sox have agreed to a deal with veteran left-handed pitcher, Gio Gonzalez.
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.