The White Sox could make a deal for someone who can help with second base.
The Chicago White Sox signed Josh Harrison to be their new second baseman. He is a fine option that is certainly an upgrade but that doesn’t mean that they can’t stop there. He could be a great player to have as an option here and there if someone better was acquired.
The White Sox should try to land Gavin Lux from the Dodgers. He is a versatile player but second base is somewhere that he could thrive playing. He would fit in so nicely on this team as he tries to grow into his MLB career.
He is a very young player that only has 144 games under his belt. That is all spread over three seasons and the Dodgers are an extremely deep team. He isn’t playing full-time second base over Max Muncy any time soon so maybe they will try to trade him. His ceiling with this team is through the roof. He also has World Series which always helps, especially from a younger guy.
Micker Adolfo is just a risky throw-in as he could turn into a very good MLB player someday as well. He can hit the ball a long way but he has to learn how to do it with a fair amount of consistency. In a trade along with Craig Kimbrel, however, both the Dodgers and White Sox could do well here.