3 former White Sox failing miserably with their new team

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3. Josh Harrison

Josh Harrison is not having much success with his new team in 2023.

Josh Harrison turned out to be a tad bit better than expected in 2022 with the Chicago White Sox. He brought the energy and played okay enough to be a decent second baseman.

However, he left the team and is now a member of the Philadelphia Phillies here in 2023 where he is failing miserably. To say he's having a disappointing year would be an understatement just like the two guys previously mentioned.

He has a slash line of .209/.261/.302 with an OPS of .563. He has one home run and five RBIs with four runs scored. His WAR is a not-so-remarkable -0.3.

All three of these guys are failing miserably with their new teams. They all are a combined -1.5 WAR so maybe thier departure wasn't all that bad for the Sox. They don't need any more players on the team not carrying their weight.

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