Chicago White Sox: Three Cincinnati Reds free agents to add

Vincent Parise
ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 30: Trevor Bauer #27 of the Cincinnati Reds pitches in the second inning of Game One of the National League Wild Card Series against the Cincinnati Reds at Truist Park on September 30, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 30: Trevor Bauer #27 of the Cincinnati Reds pitches in the second inning of Game One of the National League Wild Card Series against the Cincinnati Reds at Truist Park on September 30, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /
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Chicago White Sox Freddy Galvis
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61. . INF. Cincinnati Reds. Freddy Galvis. 3. player

The Chicago White Sox have their infield pretty set for a long time. Jose Abreu is going to be the first baseman for a while until Andrew Vaughn takes over full-time. Nick Madrigal is the long-term second baseman. Of course, Tim Anderson is at shortstop and Yoan Moncada is a third for the long haul. It is a phenomenal infield and should be so fun to watch for a very long time.

However, Madrigal might miss some time at the beginning of the season but he also might not. Regardless, the White Sox should have a plan in case he does miss some time or anyone gets hurt throughout the season. There needs to be depth in order to win a World Series and Freddy Galvis might be able to provide that for them.

Throughout his career, Galvis has been able to show some pop in his bat which would really help the White Sox offense even more if they needed to insert a random middle infielder at any point of the season. He had seven home runs and 16 RBIs in 47 games played which certainly isn’t bad. Galvis is a good player that deserves a shot at a one year deal with a team that needs depth.

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