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The Chicago White Sox are ready to embark on their offseason after hiring manager Pedro Grifol. It started earlier this week when two players were outrighted to Triple-A Charlotte. Next, the Sox picked up Tim Anderson's option for 2023 and declined Josh Harrison's. Then came the surprising news that AJ Pollock will opt out of his $13 million option and become a free agent.

Moving forward, Chicago's front office still has even bigger fish to fry. Franchise legend Jose Abreu has become a free agent for the first time in his career. It appears, at least on the surface, that Abreu is unlikely to return to the Sox based on comments he and general manager Rick Hahn shared at the end of the season.

A new report reaffirms what many fans have already braced themselves for. Jose Abreu has more than likely played his last game in a Chicago White Sox uniform. Bruce Levine of 670 The Score reports that Abreu's chances of returning to the White Sox are "close to zero," according to multiple sources.

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