Despite being in contention until the final week of the season the Chicago White Sox are a baseball team with several holes to fill. New general manager Rick Hahn will be tasked with filling those holes. In order to fill those holes and stay around $100 million in payroll the team will have to great creative.
Being creative will mean trading away something that the team has an abundance of in order to fill the weak areas. The starting pitching will be the White Sox most valuable asset this winter. To get better across the diamond Hahn will need to made a move involving at least one pitcher.
The most obvious name on the moving block is Gavin Floyd. Floyd has been up and down of late. Last week the White Sox picked up his $9.5 million option but that does not ensure that he will be back next season.
Floyd was 12-11 with a 4.29 ERA in 29 starts in 2012.
“I suspect given this market for pitchers that is out there right now, I think we’re going to hear from a lot of teams about our star...