Chicago White Sox: Three utility infielders they should bring in

Vincent Parise
CINCINNATI, OH - SEPTEMBER 26: Scooter Gennett #3 of the Cincinnati Reds cant control the ball as Whit Merrifield #15 Kansas City Royals slides safely into second base for a stolen base at Great American Ball Park on September 26, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI, OH - SEPTEMBER 26: Scooter Gennett #3 of the Cincinnati Reds cant control the ball as Whit Merrifield #15 Kansas City Royals slides safely into second base for a stolen base at Great American Ball Park on September 26, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) /
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6. . INF. Philadelphia Phillies. Brad Miller. 1. player

The Chicago White Sox won’t be looking for an infielder that moves the needle by any means but they could use some depth. Brad Miller would be a solid addition in case of injury or rest days to any of the infielders. He hasn’t played a full season over the last few years but he could definitely bounce back. He would also be able to come back and try and prove himself in a bench role.

He might even be able to be the starting second baseman until Nick Madrigal is ready to be in full time as well. He had 13 home runs on 40 hits in 154 at-bats last year split between the Cleveland Indians and Philadelphia Phillies. He slashed .260/.329/.565. Those would be some good numbers coming off the bench for the 2020 White Sox.

We are at the point of the offseason where the White Sox could just be looking to make their team a little bit better. The term “filling in the cracks” applies here as they try to just give themselves a little bit more depth.  The nice thing about Brad Miller is that he can play multiple positions. He would be able to provide help to the White Sox whenever they needed it.

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