Apparently, Yoenis Cespedes is good. Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus called the talent "arguably the best all-around player to come out of Cuba in a generation."
But your guess is as credible as mine because I've only seen YouTube videos showcasing the Cuban defector.
GMs across baseball seem to have different opinions regarding the 26-year-old talent, some saying the name is not worth the check he will inevitably cash in.
Nevertheless, somebody's going to take the risk and sign the man.
For our beloved White Sox, does his acquisition make sense for a team that is in the midst of "rebuilding"? It remains to be seen.
Despite this uncertainty, there are a multitude of reasons why his addition to Chicago would make sense. Read on to find out why.