The Chicago White Sox might want to look to upgrade at right-field this offseason.
The Chicago White Sox are so close to being perennial playoff contenders. They might be closer than some people think but there are still some more holes to be filled. They need plenty of pitching and a little bit more depth would really help them. Their starting lineup can mash but they still could use another big bat in the lineup which would make their lineup even more lethal. Adding an elite hitting right-fielder would push them much closer to an American League pennant.
The White Sox traded for Nomar Mazara at the Winter Meetings in December of 2019 which is still an upgrade over what they would have had otherwise but they can still go for an upgrade. Mazara still has a pure talent that could force the White Sox to give him another look but he should not be a lock to be the Opening Day right-fielder in 2021. If they bring in someone else who is better but have Mazara as a bench option, that would be about as good as it gets for their depth.
Of all the options out there for the White Sox this winter, every one of them is vastly different. There are guys who have a lot to prove still and there are ones that are almost locked to be stars upon their arrival. The White Sox would have to do their due diligence in order to make sure that they are bringing in the right guy. These are the three right-fielders the White Sox should go for this upcoming offseason: