Chicago White Sox: Predicting the 2020 Opening Day starting lineup

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The Chicago White Sox are going to trot out an exciting starting lineup on Opening Day.

The Chicago White Sox are going to be a good baseball team in 2020. The only question is how good? Well, a lot of it depends on their pitching. They are going to have a bunch of different relievers that can get the job done ready to go and the starting rotation looks to be as deep as it has been in years. The pitchers hitting their stride as a unit is really important to the success of this team. Now, their starting lineup on the other hand? It is very good.

They made some key additions to the group in the offseason. Some of them are coming from within the organization and others were free agents that wanted to come to play on the South Side of Chicago. This is a lineup that no matter how it is constructed, it will score a lot of runs to support the pitchers.

The cool part about this lineup now is that it is mostly constructed of the young pieces the White Sox have added over the years. They declared a rebuild in 2016 and since then, the prospects have been the big story on this side of town. Well, a lot of those prospects are here and ready to make an impact in 2020. There are also a few great veterans there to help lead the youngsters. There is a perfect mix in this 2020 lineup and it is only going to get better.

Manager Rick Renteria has his hands full with so much talent here. There could be a bunch of different lineups that work for this team but they should probably find one good one and stick with it. The Opening Day lineup says a lot about a team so this is what it might look like on Friday night: