Chicago White Sox: Three best offseason moves

Joshua Finkelstein
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The Chicago White Sox had a phenomenal offseason and will very likely be MLB’s most improved team in 2020. 

With the offseason coming to a close, offseasons will be rated in their totality very soon and the White Sox will rank near or at the top of everyone’s list.

They managed to sign Yasmani Grandal, Dallas Keuchel, Edwin Encarnacion, Steve Cishek, and Gio Gonzalez. In addition, they traded for Nomar Mazara while signing both Jose Abreu and Luis Robert to extensions.

While all of those moves will hopefully work out for the South Side in 2020 as they look to contend, some of those moves were better than others without question.

Some of them were seen more as fallback options to other missed opportunities rather than being the prized chip they were hoping to acquire to fill a given need.

Outside of the Mazara trade, which is probably the least liked move of the bunch mentioned, all of these moves could make the list for a given person.

This was a tough decision to narrow it to just the team’s three best moves, but without further to do, here are my top three moves made by the White Sox this offseason.

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