Chicago White Sox: Three starting pitchers to trade away

Vincent Parise
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - APRIL 26: Starting pitcher Carlos Rodon #55 of the Chicago White Sox delivers the ball against the Detroit Tigers at Guaranteed Rate Field on April 26, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - APRIL 26: Starting pitcher Carlos Rodon #55 of the Chicago White Sox delivers the ball against the Detroit Tigers at Guaranteed Rate Field on April 26, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /
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Dane Dunning. 3. player. 128. . SP. Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox got themselves some serious depth at organizational pitching in the Adam Eaton trade. Obviously, Giolito and Lopez are the most notable but Dane Dunning is also a very good prospect. He was not as highly touted as them but he has a chance to be a pitcher in the MLB one day. He could even end up bringing his talents to the Chicago White Sox someday if things work out in his favor.

Dunning could also end up being a trade piece for the White Sox. He is a guy who has had some injury trouble but he has a lot of talent. He was yet another pitcher in the White Sox organization that had Tommy John surgery. He is looking to come back and show his stuff which should be good for him.

A team that needs some prospect depth at the position might help the White Sox out in another position of need if they worked it out. They could use some more MLB talent at other positions and they also want to keep their own minor league system loaded. Either route they would go with could be beneficial. He might end up staying in the organization and playing well for it but he would be a guy that benefits from another change of scenery.

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There is a chance that one or two of these guys get traded but there is also a chance that none of them do. The White Sox are going to be that team that does whatever it takes to make their organization better. Rick Hahn has turned into an elite GM so no matter what he decides to do should be okay with White Sox fans until he proves otherwise. Hopefully, no matter what decisions are made, the White Sox get some good pitching in 2020 and beyond.

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