Three needs White Sox still have to address

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The Chicago White Sox have had a solid offseason so far, but left the Winter Meetings with some needs to address still. 

They have accomplished a lot, including the very strong signing of Yasmani Grandal that will certainly help their defense and overall production behind the dish in 2020.

Keeping Jose Abreu in a White Sox uniform was a big deal for the club too as they look to have some leadership with a young team going in next season.

Acquiring Nomar Mazara in a trade with the Texas Rangers was a smart move as well, although it certainly left something to be desired with bigger-name targets such as J.D. Martinez (before he opted-in to his contract with the Red Sox) and Nicholas Castellanos.

In addition, the team expects to make some internal acquisitions early next season when Luis Robert and Nick Madrigal both joining the team.

However, they, unfortunately, missed out on some of their bigger targets in Zack Wheeler and Stephen Strasburg, who both signed massive deals with the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals, respectively.

With all of this being taken into account, the White Sox still need to remain active the rest of the offseason in order to address their 2020 needs. Here are the three things they must address before Opening Day.