The Chicago White Sox could also land an outfielder in a trade for a catcher.
The Chicago White Sox has a revolving door when it comes to the outfield. When healthy, it is ideal to have Eloy Jimenez, Luis Robert, and AJ Pollock out there. Three natural outfielders are the way to go. Adam Engel makes a great fourth outfielder as well.
Unfortunately, injuries have kept that from being the case on most days. They have first basemen out there playing the outfield way too much. Andrew Vaughn and Gavin Sheets deserve respect for being great teammates but they are bad outfielders.
If anything, having a natural outfielder is better than having infielders. That is why the White Sox might take a look at Roman Quinn. They could make him the guy they bring back in a one-for-one deal for Reese McGuire.
Quinn bounced around a little bit in 2022 after spending his whole career with the Philadelphia Phillies before that. He had some struggles but has come on strong with the Rays over the last few days since signing with them.
You might wonder why the White Sox would take a chance on a player like him who was just taken off of free agency a few days ago. The answer is that they can try to keep his good play going for a catcher that they would lose for nothing anyway.