The White Sox are bringing a group of players to spring training on minor league deals. Do any of them have a chance to make the Opening Day roster?
Have the White Sox finally found a fit at second base? According to a report, they’re interested in trading for the Royals’ Nicky Lopez, a local product.
Rick Hahn said the White Sox don’t see themselves as “a finished product.” So what additional moves might be coming before Opening Day?
Andrew Benintendi might not strike as the same type of impact free agent as those who signed decade-long deals this winter. But he could still end up making big change as the White Sox look to turn things around in 2023.
After the White Sox announced Andrew Benintendi as their new left fielder yesterday, most fans wondered, “what is next?” Join the CHGO White Sox Crew, Herb Lawrence, Vinnie Duber, Sean Anderson, and Jared Wyllys as they answer the big remaining questions about the White Sox offseason. Who will be their second baseman? Will Eloy Jimenez play in right field? Who…
In Andrew Benintendi, the White Sox landed a talent they’ve eyed for years. But they’re OK if the guy who just got the richest free-agent deal in club history isn’t the one solving the team’s power problem.
White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn has described himself and the organization as, “open to anything” this offseason. If the right deal came knocking would they trade top prospect, Colson Montgomery? If the right deal came knocking SHOULD they trade Montgomery? The CHGO White Sox Crew, Sean Anderson, and Vinnie Duber ask these questions and more to Future Sox Editor-In-Chief…
The Mets, fresh off shocking the baseball world with a monster deal for Carlos Correa, will seemingly do anything. They’re reportedly interested in Liam Hendriks, so does a trade make any sense for the White Sox?
After handing out the richest free-agent contract in club history, what’s next for Rick Hahn and the White Sox this offseason?