Chicago White Sox need an upgrade at 2nd base

2 of 5

Danny Espinosa:

Jun 3, 2015; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa (8) throws to first base after tagging out Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher

Mark Buehrle

(56) during the second inning at Nationals Park. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Aside from sporting a great mustache, Espinosa would represent an upgrade in the lineup for manager Robin Ventura’s club.

The six-year veteran for the Nationals is hitting .253 on the year, with 8 home runs and 18 driven in. Those 8 long balls match his total from last year in 61 less games. Espinosa is no slouch with the glove either, sporting a career .988 fielding percentage, with only one error in 214 chances manning the second base position so far in 2015.

He would certainly be a better option for a team that is looking to make a run at the post-season spot despite an underwhelming start to the season. That Washington has been moving him around the diamond lately may suggest they do not have a permanent spot for him following former No. 6 overall pick in the draft Anthony Rendon‘s return from injury and therefore may be available in trade talks.

Next: Howie Kendrick