The Chicago White Sox have completed a lot of the heavy lifting for their offseason already, but they definitely should not be done at this point.
While the team can take its focus off of the rotation after signing
to a three-year deal and Dallas Keuchel to a one-year pact, the team still has some work to do offensively. Gio Gonzalez
, re-signing Yasmani Grandal , and trading for Jose Abreu certainly helped to improve the offense, but the team overall still is lackluster on that side. Nomar Mazara
Their core is in place with Grandal, Abreu,
, Yoan Moncada , and Tim Anderson as of now. Eloy Jimenez and Luis Robert will soon join that list as part of the core for the Nick Madrigal , but they can’t be expected to represent major offensive improvements on this team right away. south side
Many top-tier prospects take time to adjust to the major league level and occasionally need to go back to the minors before succeeding at the highest level in the game.
In order to ensure offensive success in 2020, the team needs to look to sign at least one more bat and really should add at least two.
Here are three hitters the White Sox should absolutely look to sign before Opening Day outside of big names like
and Nicholas Castellanos . Marcell Ozuna