3 White Sox who have no business being on MLB roster

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The Chicago White Sox are a very good baseball team. Thier record doesn’t reflect it yet as they have gotten off to a very bad start but things will get better. They are too talented not to turn things around. They just have to hope that it comes sooner rather than later.

In order to get back to the level that they want to be at, they need to get healthy. There have been some significant injuries to key players. Guys like Yoan Moncada, Lance Lynn, Lucas Giolito, AJ Pollock, Eloy Jimenez, Luis Robert, and Joe Kelly amongst others have all either missed time or are still gone.

When this roster is at full strength, there are few teams in the American League that are as good as them. They also have to play to their strengths to reach that potential. As a result of some of these injuries, there are a few players on the active roster that have no business being in Major League Baseball.

This isn’t anything against those guys. They just are better served for now in the Minor Leagues until they (if ever) are ready for Major League games. Sometimes, there are guys that teams have faith in but it just doesn’t work out.

The Chicago White Sox have a few players that won’t be there in the long term.

Other times, there are players that get their chance and just look completely overmatched. In the case of the White Sox, they just need to get their starters all healthy to reach their true potential. These are the three players that shouldn’t be on the MLB roster for much longer: