1. Joc Pederson
Joc Pederson would make a lot of sense for the Chicago White Sox and now might be the best time to pounce.
Pederson is in a rough situation, playing time-wise, with the Los Angeles Dodgers after the team acquired Mookie Betts.
With that log-jam, the Dodgers tried to simultaneously acquire Betts from the Boston Red Sox while dealing Joc Pederson to the Los Angeles Angels, as Jeff Passan of ESPN reported.
However, that deal ultimately fell apart in the end, leaving Pederson set to start the 2020 season with the Dodgers.
It is hard to believe, though, that the team will keep all six of those outfield options throughout the year and Pederson represents possibly the best option to deal.
The 27-year-old is set to become a free agent after this season in which he will make $7.75 million (Spotrac).