Do The White Sox Have The Pieces To Trade For an Elite Player?

Posted: 19th October 2009 by Joe Slowik in MLB
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While the White Sox should have some spending ability on the free agent market, most of the top players will probably end up beyond their price range. It's highly unlikely that they will be able to sign Matt Holliday or Jason Bay, and even adding players like Chone Figgins or Bobby Abreu could be difficult. However, there could be a few solid fits on the trade market. Players like Carl Crawford, Adrian Gonzalez, and Prince Fielder could be shopped by their current clubs. All of them would be great fits for the Sox. They currently have an open corner outfield spot and could have room for a first baseman or designated hitter. They also have relatively affordable deals for this year. Fielder has a $10.5 million option, Crawford has a $10 million option, and Gonzalez could be retained for the ...

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