Times are changing for the Chicago White Sox. Kenny Williams spent the offseason trying to get the White Sox roster a bit younger while slimming down the payroll. In some ways, he succeeded. Williams didn't re-sign any of the White Sox's free agents (Mark Buehrle, Juan Pierre, Ramon Castro and Omar Vizquel), all of whom will be 33 or older on Opening Day.
Even without those few players, the White Sox have a few players who don't have many years of major league time left. Paul Konerko is 36 years old. Jake Peavy's only 30, but is losing his effectiveness.
A few other players are either up there in age or don't have much time left as a major leaguer. While one of those older players is the newly acquired Kosuke Fukodome, he doesn't make this list since he was signed just for this season to get what's left of his ability.
Follow along for analysis of some White Sox players for whom Father Time is lowering his eyes.