Chicago White Sox: What are needs to target in deals?

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Apr 17, 2015; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago White Sox hat in the dugout before the game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

The saying is “you can never have enough good pitching.” While the organization has good pitching, I would not be opposed to getting another good starter.

However, they have to find a way to fill the holes at third base and catcher first.

Overall, the White Sox are still building due to the fact that there are multiple positions of poor players.

They will continue to build the MLB roster, as well as the minor league roster. When a team has little to no talent at both the major and minor league levels just two years ago, it is remarkable to think how much talent has been infused into the organization as a whole.

Developing players isn’t something that happens overnight, and there will be bumps in the road as well. It isn’t reality to think that the Sox would be back in the playoffs two years after they lost 99 games, but to improve the organization from top to bottom is.

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