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Alejandro De Aza
Chicago White Sox
New York Yankees
Though they didn't make it through to the postseason, the Chicago White Sox put together a much better season in 2012 than many were expecting. A small collapse in the final month of the season allowed the future American League Champion Detroit Tigers to grab the Central Division title. As disappointing as it was for the folks on the South Side, there's no doubt that it left some positive vibes and some larger expectations heading into 2013.
White Sox on TOC
End of Season Postmortem
2013 Season Preview
You May Say I'm a Dreamer (12:00 PM)
2013 Burning Question (1:30 PM)
This Is My Nightmare (3:00 PM)
2013 X-Factor (4:30 PM)
Depth Chart (As of 3/14)
C: Tyler Flowers
1B: Paul Konerko
2B: Gordon Beckham
SS: Alexei Ramirez
3B: Jeff Keppinger
LF: Dayan Viciedo
CF: Alejandro De Aza
RF: Alex Rios
DH: Adam Dunn
SP: Chris Sale
SP: Jake Peavy
SP: John Danks
SP: Gavin Floyd
SP: Jose Quintana
CL: Addison Reed
BEST OF MAXIM
The White Sox have several key players on their 2013 team, from stud starting pitchers Chris Sale and Jake Peavy, to dominant power hitters Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko, to new starters Jeff Keppinger and Tyler Flowers. There are a few players that I can think of that would be under the radar key players for the White Sox in 2013, but one really stands out.
My x-factor for the...
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