Chicago White Sox: Three players to trade after COVID-19

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The Chicago White Sox could be looking to make some moves after COVID-19 allows baseball to resume its operations and they could trade one of these three players.

At this point, the Chicago White Sox organization is probably just hoping that they get a chance to play baseball at some point this summer. There are a lot of things to go over in order to get the sports landscape back up and running. COVID-19 has pretty much taken over our world and sports have been put on pause as a result. We are in the 70s as far as days there have been without sports but it feels like longer than that.

The White Sox saw 2020 as the year that they were going to turn the corner of their rebuild. Well, that is on pause right now but there is a lot of reasons to believe they will pick up where they were supposed to when it comes back. They seemed to be building towards something great in Spring Training before it was all canceled.

Well, the question now is how will their lineup look when the season finally gets underway? They are probably going to start with it the exact same way that you would expect. Players like Yoan Moncada, Tim Anderson, Eloy Jimenez, and Lucas Giolito are going to look to take the next step. Kids like Dylan Cease, Luis Robert, and Michael Kopech are going to look to make a big impact. Then there are new faces like Dallas Keuchel, Edwin Encarnacion, and Yasmani Grandal trying to live up to the hype.

With all of that talent ready to go, there is naturally going to be a lot of excitement. If the White Sox want to look to improve their roster or add more for the future once the coronavirus passes enough to let business resume, one of these three players could get traded: