1. The Lineup
After struggling to score runs last season, the White Sox have now turned their starting lineup into a major plus.
Yoan Moncada will be entering the 2020 season looking to build on his 5.7 fWAR season in 2019 which appears to put him on a path to become a superstar as he is still only 24-years-old.
Meanwhile, Tim Anderson is also coming off a career-year after hitting .337 to win the batting title. Jose Abreu also led the American League in RBI so the White Sox have two players that finished at the top of a stat leaderboard.
Eloy Jimenez could be an x-factor in 2020 as the 23-year-old looks to tap into his former top prospect status in his sophomore campaign. If he plays like he did in the second half, he should have little to no problems doing that.
Leury Garcia is going to be used in a super-utility role once Madrigal gets called up too, which will be a nice piece to have as depth.
A lineup in which Mazara is hitting eighth or even ninth is destined to create offensive production that is unmatched by 90% of the league.