Shane Greene would make a great addition to this current edition of the Chicago White Sox. He is 32 years old so a one or two year deal would be perfect for a guy like this. He would bring plenty of veteran experience to this young bullpen and team in general. He started his career as a starter with the New York Yankees before moving to the Detroit Tigers in a three-team trade that landed the Yankees Didi Gregorious. He stayed with the Detroit Tigers for parts of the next five seasons before being traded again. He landed with the Atlanta Braves in 2019 and stayed there through 2020.
That 2019 season that he was traded in was his best. He was so good that he was an all-star. He had a 2.30 ERA, 1.005 WHIP, and 64 strikeouts in 62.2 innings. In 2020, he and the Braves made a very deep run in the playoffs. They were one game away from a National League title before blowing a 3-1 series lead. Greene has to have the fuel to come to a contender and win.
He had a very good year in 2020 as well so the White Sox would be wise to consider him. He knows how to pitch in the postseason after 2020 and the White Sox plan on making a similar run. He would be a great piece in the middle of this outstanding bullpen.