The Chicago White Sox may or may not retain Alex Colome going into next season but they need bullpen help regardless. Every team in the league can use as many arms as possible if they are truly competing for the World Series. The White Sox are hoping to do that and adding Pedro Baez from the Los Angeles Dodgers to come pitch for them would really help that cause.
He had a pretty good regular season for them as he pitched 17 innings and had 13 strikeouts and a 1.00 WHIP. He had a 3.18 ERA and two saves in the process. It was only a 60 game season and he participated in 18 of them. In a full 2019 season, he pitched in parts of 71 games for a total of 69.2 innings. Over the past few seasons, he has had a lot of success on a good team so you have to figure he would bring a lot to the White Sox.
Having a good bullpen is the key to success in modern-day baseball. The days of having four straight complete games are more than likely in the past for the Sox so adding as many arms as they can is a good idea. Adding an experienced World Series Champion like Baez (who has a lot of postseason pitching experience) could really help them in a long 162 game season followed by a (hopefully) long playoff run.