After seeing some big-name players traded earlier this week, the Chicago White Sox are desperately trying to stay in the playoff hunt while still looking to improve their team before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline.
Trades which brought Kevin Youkilis and Brett Myers to the White Sox have already heralded the team as serious contenders, despite their recent descent in the division standings.
After a lost weekend in Detroit when the White Sox suffered a sweep and lost their hold on first place in the AL Central, general manager Kenny Williams and the White Sox might not be done trying to improve their team.
Although some big names remain on the trading block, such as Zack Greinke and Cole Hamels, the White Sox might not have to make another big splash to improve the roster.
There are several under-the-radar players who could either help the White Sox win now, or potentially grow with the team if a complete reboot is in order following this season.
The White Sox can also still grab some big names who have been rumored to be going elsewhere, and in light of what some teams are giving up in recent trades, Williams could still find some real bargains before July 31st.
The following is a list of players who either haven't dominated the MLB trade rumors that have been swirling around the past few weeks, or players who haven't been linked to the White Sox.
Here are some under-the-radar players the White Sox can target before the trade deadline.