The Chicago White Sox could have a few too many players at the MLB level right now that could cause them to make a trade or two during the season.
The Chicago White Sox are going to have a pretty good year. At least it looks that way on paper. They are likely going to have an average or above-average player at every position as long as everyone plays to the best of their ability shown in the past. There are going to be some injuries or slumps here and there but all in all the vibe is good right now on the south side.
The White Sox have some absolute studs in their organization right now. They have studs like Yoan Moncada, Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, and Eloy Jimenez who the organization has built everything around. There are some stud pitchers like Lucas Giolito and Dallas Keuchel in the fold. Then, there are some hopeful prospects like Luis Robert and Michael Kopech. With all of that together, this should be an entertaining ballclub.
With all of that great talent and only nine spots in the starting lineup plus a designated hitter, some guys might have less playing time than they have had in the past. Obviously the superstars are going to play most of the games but some of the other guys might see their role decreased. If they don’t play hardly at all, then the organization might look to move them for the right package.
If Rick Hahn doesn’t like any offers then he simply won’t trade anyone just to trade them. With that said, keeping the farm system strong while this team starts to get good is extremely important. These are the three players that are the likeliest to be traded in 2020: