White Sox: Word is they are going to take over Chicago baseball

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The Chicago White Sox are one of 30 teams participating in the Winter Meetings right now and it looks like they are on their way to taking over Chicago.

The Winter Meetings are officially underway in San Diego, California. The Chicago White Sox are rumored by some credible sources to be out there with their checkbook wide open trying to convince good players to take their money. There is also word that the Chicago Cubs are out there trying to offload some money to help them retool their roster. So that begs the question of whether or not the White Sox are going to take over the baseball scene in Chicago?

The Cubs know that they might have moved on from Kris Bryant one of these days and Willson Contreras has also been rumored to be on the move. Bryant has an interesting contract situation coming up so his haul might be different but it is beliefe that Contreras can net the Cubs the largest return. This would put a dent in their talent on the Major League roster so the White Sox could absolutely be taking over as the better team.

The White Sox hasn’t made the playoffs since 2008 so there are some skeptical people out there but there is no doubt that they will get it done and those people are going to be proven wrong. This team is going to be good soon. They have already made some nice offseason moves that will improve their roster. They also have some high-level prospects that are going to be up as soon as Opening Day 2020.

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This winter will tell a lot about how 2020 is going to be for each team but the White Sox are almost certainly the team with a brighter future. They are in a really good position to be the better of the two teams for the next half-decade or more. Anything can happen but this is a fun time to be a White Sox fan. These Winter Meetings have sent out some interesting rumors about the vision of the White Sox.