3 areas for the Chicago White Sox to fix now that lockout is over
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Player’s association have reached labor peace. Now, we know we get to watch the Chicago White Sox in the year 2022. It is going to be a great summer with baseball at the forefront of things.
The White Sox were an elite team in 2021. They can only get better in 2022 for a variety of reasons. Luis Robert, Eloy Jimenz, and Yasmani Grandal all missed significant time due to injuries and the team still managed to go 93-69. It should be even better if they stay healthy.
Unfortunately, the Houston Astros were better. They humbled the White Sox when the postseason came around and it was clear that they needed more. They are going to get more out of pure development from their own players but a few positions could use some upgrading.
Now that the lockout is over, teams can start talking to their players again. They can also talk to free agents or other teams for trades. The White Sox can use this to try and add to their team as they try and get over the edge in the postseason. There are a few different areas where they can improve.
The Chicago White Sox needs to make some upgrades to their group in 2022.
There are a lot of different players that can be used to fill in some of these areas. With that in mind, it is most important to decide what needs are most important to address. Every team could use something but the White Sox have three needs that are clear. In order, these are the three positions that they need to fix in order: