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The White Sox have a long and storied baseball history, and in 2021, the team made it to the playoffs. After the team took the American League Central title, they went on to face the Astros in the the division series. It's safe to say that the White Sox are back in the spotlight. The 2022 season is sure to be exciting. 

The Chicago White Sox have been in a rebuild mode for quite a while now, and things began to look up in 2019. They won 72 games and finished third in the American League Central. So what did they do this offseason to boost their rise even more?

They made one of the first moves of the off-season on October 31 when they traded utility man Jonah McReynolds to the Texas Rangers for catcher Welington Castillo. In November they made their biggest recent signing, adding All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal to the team for four years. Grandal fills their biggest hole, the backstop, and should improve this team significantly. In December they added Grandal’s backup, James McCann on a one-year contract. They also added left-handed pitcher Gio Gonzalez on a one-year contract and left-handed pitcher Dallas Kuechel on a three-year contract to boost their rotation.

In January they gave their prized young Cuban outfielder Luis Robert a six-year, 50 million dollar contract and they added veteran designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion on a one-year contract. In addition, they settled arbitration with numerous players including right-handed pitcher Alex Colome, infielder Leury Garcia, right-handed pitcher Dylan Cease, right-handed pitcher Zach Burdi, and infielder Yoan Moncada. These young White Sox are loaded, ready, and very, good. Look out for them in 2020. This could be the year they return to the postseason.

The White Sox have been rebuilding the last several years, but this off season they decided to make a major push forward. The team owner hopes that the moves will help sell more White Sox tickets. They traded for Jeff Samardzija and signed David Robertson. A year ago they signed Jose Abreu, a Cuban defector, who is on his way to becoming one of the game’s best hitters. Many are predicting the White Sox to finish in second place this season.

Throughout their 114-year history, the White Sox have called just three buildings home. From 1900-1910 they played at South Side Park. After that they moved into the legendary Comiskey Park, where they remained until 1990. In 1991 they moved into their current home, U.S. Cellular Field. Throughout their history the White Sox have won their division five times, the American League Pennant six times, and the World Series three times. One of those pennants came back before divisional play format.

The Chicago White Sox, thinking they could give it one last go, made a flurry of moves this offseason. They decided not to re-sign shortstop Alexi Ramirez, catchers Geovany Soto and Tyler Flowers, as well as starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija. They did however acquire second basemen Brett Lawrie in a trade with the Blue Jays and their major offseason addition was acquiring All-Star third basemen Todd Frazier from the Reds.

They also signed Alex Avila and Austin Jackson to one year contracts and gave Jimmy Rollins a minor league deal. Rollins is no longer on the roster. Well, 2015 started out well for the White Sox as the raced out to the American League's best record in early May. But, they are in a major slump, and their season is crashing and burning by the day. Their rotation is failing them, so they tried to fix it by acquiring “Big Game James” Shields from the San Diego Padres. The Shields trade has been a nightmare for the White Sox. It may finally be time for the White Sox to rebuild, which is what many have been saying they need to do for several years now. The White Sox had a sluggish 2016 season, ending with an overall record of 78-84

The Chicago White Sox finished with a record of 62-100 a year ago, good for fourth place in the American League Central. However, this is a case where the win-loss record doesn’t tell the whole story. The White Sox have collected some talented young players in recent years, including the likes of right-handed pitcher Lucas Giolito, shortstop Tim Anderson, second baseman Yolmer Sanchez, and outfielder Eloy Jimenez. So what did they do this offseason to add to this collection of talent?

After a not so great season, their first move was to bring back outfielder Leury Garcia for another year, and they also claimed left-handed pitcher Ian Clarkin off waivers from the Chicago Cubs. Their lone move in December was to sign free agent catcher James McCann for one season. They signed outfielder Jon Jay for one season and right-handed pitcher Kelvin Herrera for two seasons. They also brought back first basemen Jose Abreu, right-handed pitcher Alex Colome, left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodon, and infielder Yolmer Sanchez for another season. Late in January, they added infielder Ryan Goins, infielder D.J. Peterson, infielder Matt Skole, right-handed pitcher Randall Delgado, right-handed pitcher Evan Marshall, and right-handed pitcher Don Roach to minor league contracts.

In February they kept the minor-league contract them going with Brandon outfielder Brandon Guyer, outfielder Preston Tucker, and right-handed pitcher Ervin Santana. Their last move of the offseason was probably the most significant. They settled arbitration with the following, left-handed pitchers Manny Banuelos, Aaron Bummer, Caleb Frare, Jace Fry and Kodi Medeiros. Right-handed pitchers Ryan Burr, Dylan Cease, Dylan Covey, Carson Fulmer, Lucas Giolito, Ian Hamilton, Michael Kopech, Reynaldo Lopez, Juan Minaya, Jose Ruiz, Jordan Stephens and Thyago Vieira; C Seby Zavala. Infielders Yoan Moncada and Jose Rondon; and outfielders Micker Adolfo, Luis Alexander Basabe, Ryan Cordell, Nicky Delmonico, Adam Engel, Eloy Jimenez and Daniel Palka. The White Sox are on their way up. But will it happen in 2019?

The Chicago White Sox have been in a rebuild mode for quite a while now, and things began to look up in 2019. They won 72 games and finished third in the American League Central. So what did they do this offseason to boost their rise even more? They made one of the first moves of the offseason on October 31 when they traded utility man Jonah McReynolds to the Texas Rangers for catcher Welington Castillo. In November they made their big offseason signing, adding All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal for four years. Grandal fills their biggest hole, the backstop, and should improve this team significantly. In December they added Grandal’s backup, James McCann on a one-year contract. They also added left-handed pitcher Gio Gonzalez on a one-year contract and left-handed pitcher Dallas Kuechel on a three-year contract to boost their rotation. In January they gave their prized young Cuban outfielder Luis Robert a six-year, 50 million dollar contract and they added veteran designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion on a one-year contract. In addition, they settled arbitration with numerous players including right-handed pitcher Alex Colome, infielder Leury Garcia, right-handed pitcher Dylan Cease, right-handed pitcher Zach Burdi, and infielder Yoan Moncada. These young White Sox are loaded, ready, and very good. Look out for them in 2020. This could be the year they return to the postseason.

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