Hunter Pence has played in less than 100 games in each of the last two seasons. He did, however, play very well when he was on the field for the Texas Rangers in 2019. He was good enough to be named as an American League All-Star which is no easy feat. He was sort of resurrected in Texas and a team like the White Sox should reward him for that. He would bring value to a very young outfield. He would be able to fit into that White Sox right field spot with ease.
He slashed .297/.358/.552 in those 83 games he played with Texas last year. He hit 18 home runs and had 59 RBIs. He was on pace for a really good season if it would have been 162 games long for him. He would fit in really nicely with a lot of these White Sox sluggers protecting him in the lineup. If he stayed healthy, he would be so good on this team that will surely be able to score some runs.
One thing that makes him shine above the rest is the fact that he is a two-time World Series Champion with the San Francisco Giants. He knows what it is like to play for a modern-day dynasty. The White Sox are hoping that they can become that soon so adding a guy like Pence would be amazing. He would be able to bring some valuable experience to this very young team. The White Sox might end up rolling with the right-field options that they have but adding any one of these three would be an upgrade.