Hindsight is 20/20. Sometimes there are things in life people wish they could undo. In the Chicago White Sox case, there are plenty of moves they wish they could undo.
With the start of the MLB season just around the corner, the White Sox has a handful of moves still to make. They still have yet to find a starting second baseman, right fielder, or pitching depth. As of now, Luery Garcia will be the starting second baseman with Gavin Sheets, Adam Engel, and possibly Andrew Vaughn platooning in right field.
News broke that former White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon signed with the San Fransico Giants. It will be the first time in Rodon’s career that he has pitched with anyone but the White Sox. With his injury history, it is easy to see why the White Sox were willing to let him go.
They have Micheal Kopech slated to be the new fifth starter and a former Cy Young winner in Dallas Keuchel who is looking to bounce back in 2022.
The Chicago White Sox have had a lot of good players leave the team too soon.
Rodon simply wasn’t in the White Sox plans moving forward. However, that doesn’t mean that the White Sox couldn’t have used his services. He isn’t the only one. There are a few former White Sox players that would be very beneficial to Tony La Russa’s squad in 2022.
Here are three players the White Sox would like to have back on the roster from trades that didn’t pan out the way that Rick Hahn had hoped: