With the exception of four players, everybody on the White Sox roster is available in an attempt to quickly rebound from a 99-loss campaign.
Aside from starting pitcher Chris Sale, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn declined to comment on the availability of specific players at the GM meetings on Tuesday. But multiple major league executives have confirmed Hahn and the White Sox are open to any and all avenues as he looks to reconstruct his roster after the franchise’s worst season in 37 years. What that means is anyone not named Jose Abreu, Avisail Garcia, Sale and Jose Quintana can be acquired in a trade, those executives confirmed.
Hahn did respond when asked about the availability of Sale, who last spring signed a deal that could pay him $60 million through 2019. While the White Sox are down now and likely need more than 2014 to bounce back, Hahn believes the team would have success well within the time Sale is under contract.
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