The Chicago White Sox appear to be in need of some tweaking. Pitching injuries, inconsistent offensive production, and mediocre defense has earned them a spot in the American League Central basement.
Â As if a bad Chicago Cubs team was not enough to worry aboutâ€¦
Â Second year manager Robin Ventura has had his hands tied, to say the least. Key players such as Paul Konerko, Alexei Ramirez, and Adam Dunn have been seen on milk cartons throughout Chicago. You cannot replace stalwarts in the lineup with any replacement player. The list of unproven players that Ventura is working with it too long to write, but trying to find a spark from them, the bench, or the minors has been fruitless to this point.
Â The season is still young. The Sox have played 34 games as of May 12, so selling off all your parts is not at the forefront. At the same time, general manager Rick Hahn has to have that idea climbing up his list of things to discuss seriously.
Â The Southsiders came into the 2013 season with ...