4 recent non-tenders that make sense for the Chicago White Sox

Vincent Parise
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The Chicago White Sox are going to leave no stone unturned when it comes to adding players that can help them win baseball games. They should be going into this off-season with an open might as anything can help them be better than they were in 2022 when they went 81-81.

There are teams that would love to go 81-81 but the White Sox came in with expectations that they can win the World Series. Instead, they were the most disappointing team in all of Major League Baseball.

Last week was the league's deadline for players to be tendered or non-tendered. There were some good players cut by their teams that might be able to help the White Sox if they are put in a position to succeed.

The White Sox have plenty of holes on the roster that need filling. If the White Sox need an extra depth player at a certain position, one of these might be of interest:

1. Alex Reyes

The Chicago White Sox could take some risks during this off-season.

Alex Reyes is someone that would be a good risk for the White Sox to take. He has been injured a lot but good when healthy. If anything, they can bring him in on a cheap minor-league deal and then bring him up if he is healthy and pitching well.

Reyes was an outstanding reliever before he missed all of 2022. The problem is that he even had injury trouble before that but he was an All-Star in 2021 which tells you how good he can be when he is actually on the field.

Rick Hahn and his staff take heat for bringing in too many relievers but this one might actually be smart to consider buying low on.

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